Jenny Jones is an award-winning journalist based in the Washington, D.C., metro area. She has more than 10 years of experience working for daily newspapers and monthly magazines. She is currently the senior writer for Civil Engineering magazine during the week and a freelance writer on the weekends.[ Read More → ]
Jenna Isaacson is an independent visual journalist, proud Midwesterner and admitted thrift store addict.
A 2000 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism, Jenna worked as a newspaper photojournalist for 10 years at The Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune and the Sarasota (Fla.) Herald-Tribune. While on assignment, Jenna has had many adventures. She has been chased by hungry pit bulls, stepped on by a confused presidential candidate and accidentally tackled by a 300-pound linebacker, all in the name of journalism.[ Read More → ]
Melissa Lyttle has been a photojournalist for the St. Petersburg Times since 2005, where she is committed to documenting the lives of people in her community (and occasionally fulfilling her desire to travel and step foot on all seven continents by sneaking off to work on international stories).[ Read More → ]
Michael Webster is an American photographer and writer living in Brooklyn, N.Y. He regularly shoots for trade magazines, freelances for consumer magazines and works on personal projects that may or may not be of interest to anyone else.
Michael studied classic photojournalism at Indiana University, and for many years he has studied art through various museums, galleries and books.[ Read More → ]
Patricia Lay-Dorsey’s passion is people. She is committed to seeing herself and others from an insider’s point of view.
Born in Washington, D.C., Patricia received a master’s degree in social work from Smith College in 1966. Ten years later, she studied fine arts at Detroit’s College for Creative Studies and became an award-winning painter, multi-media and performance artist, art reviewer and teacher. In 2006, Patricia got serious about photography and has been like a woman possessed ever since.[ Read More → ]
Although Ryan Scherb is a lifestyle photographer based in New York City, his passion for his craft drives him far from Manhattan’s bustling streets.
Any given week, Ryan might be found documenting a whitewater canoe trip down the St. Croix River, working on an advertising campaign along the famed Champs-Elysees in Paris or hooking up with an ambulance crew to respond to emergency calls.[ Read More → ]
Andrea Morales was born in Lima, Peru, in the midst of hyperinflation and political instability to a very lovely set of parents. After catching some luck during a visa lottery, Andrea and her family moved to Miami where she spent her formative years observing life and writing about it in Spanglish.
At some point, Andrea wound up at what she calls the greatest school in the Southeastern Conference, University of Florida, where she earned a journalism degree. After securing her degree, Andrea embarked on a series of newspaper internships in her two-wheel drive Jeep.[ Read More → ]
Tim Gruber is a Minneapolis-based photographer, who grew up in a tiny town (pop. 554) in central Minnesota.
As a kid he participated in Cub Scouts, attended mass every morning as part of his Catholic grade-school education and took swimming lessons, which he loathed. Today, Tim isn’t as good about attending mass and still doesn’t enjoy swimming all that much. However, he does enjoy getting out and using his camera to explore his fascination with people and the American landscape.[ Read More → ]