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Jennifer Esperanza
Jennifer Esperanza is a fine art, portrait, editorial and social justice photographer. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and is the mother of Emily & Gabriel, two very artistic kids. Her work has been published in SHOTS,The Sun Magazine, Light of Consciousness, National Geographic Adventure, The New York Times and many other publications. She photographs families, weddings, children, models, artists, bands, vintage objects, old buildings, the cultural landscape of New Mexico, the work of Peace & Social Justice groups and documented the effects of the 2004 tsunami on a small fishing village in Kerla, Inida. She photographs her life, family & friends and the divine feminine as she sees it. Esperanza always misses the ocean unless she is there and then she is home. There is a prayer in every photo that she makes. www.jenniferesperanza.comwww.flickr.com/photos/jenniferesperanza

Cory Verellen
”There is a way of interacting with ourselves which is the catalyst to our connection with the world that is immediate, relevant and serendipitous; I bring a camera.”

Cory Verellen is a Seattle, WA based photographer and artist. Themes can be recognized throughout Cory Verellen’s body of work that suggest that our connection to the inner space is everywhere around us. He is not a street photographer, nor a studio artist with the sets and visions of finished photographs. Like the quote above alludes to, connecting with the outer world through the relationship to the inner world provides him a window for photography. Cory believes that we are all artists, and the true medium is ourselves. The Polaroid camera has a special place in his heart. Cory also runs a small enterprise building and restoring these elegant antiques (LandCameras.com).

Sonya Shoptaugh
Sonya Shoptaugh is a designer, photographer and writer, whose passion is creating places where children can thrive.  She lives upstate among the trees with her husband, and daughter.

















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