A photographer, a thinker, a filmmaker—Luca Werner does it all. Mostly focused on skateboarding and the little moments of life, Luca try to capture the details and the emotions of a specific time with his camera.
Alejo is the stranger that has decided to take the leap two years ago, quitting his job and his stable routine in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to go live fully. His travels not only became his learning experience, but he truly immersed himself into photography and finally found his true calling, a job that make his heart beat to the rhythm of the waves.
At 25 years old, Rachel Frankenbach decided that it was time for her to pack her bags and leave Germany in search of new adventures. Leaving with her digital camera and an open mind, she moved to Australia and stopped along the way to places such Indonesia and India. Now only shooting with film cameras, Rachel mostly try to showcase moments at sea during stormy days as well as the people around her.
When I first discovered Eden Pogonoski, an 18-year-old originally from Thirroul on the south coast of New South Wales, I was automatically drawn to his work. Was it unique? Oh yes, it was. But not only that—his images were a reflection of his passion and his hard work, showcasing his commitment to the ocean in a manner that bring you into the action with him.
At the age of only 16, Olivia Williams' photographs stand out from other people work through their aesthetic that are raw and natural. Capturing the beauty of the sea while shooting some her best mates having a good time in the water, Olivia is able to bring her own style to life while having a rad time with her friends.
Talking to Chelsea Jeheber was like discovering a soul mate from another country and since then, we simply can’t live without her. Here is a little interview we did with her to crack her mind open and allow us to understand on a deeper side her work as well as her future plans.