Our community runs on voices like yours. It keeps us going, and keeps us grounded. Tell us like it is. What’s your story? We’d love to feature you and land more eyeballs to your work. And we think you’ll love the bragging rights, too.
He had a scholarship, a spot on the olympic development soccer team, and graduate school calling. Then he left it all behind.
Photographer Alain Gutiérrez documents the daily life and stories of Cuba and its people, and he’s committed to helping the next generation of Cuban photographers to work for their dreams.
Sometimes the world shouts at you to take life in a different direction – even if that means you are supposed to have a crippling panic attack so intense, that all you can do is take shelter under your desk in the middle of your shift at work.
Determined to shine a light on the stories of everyday people in Egypt's Arab Spring, Genevieve discovered she needed a community to learn from and connect to, becoming the consummate storyteller she is today.
As a Somali refugee. Yasmin faced many obstacles in pursuit of her photography education. By connecting to a community of creators, she found inspiration, support, and developed the skills to start her own photography business.
As she photographed her autistic son, Twyla learned to appreciate his abilities in a new way and found a new purpose for her business to take portraits of similar families. Through the creative community, she gained the tools and support to make that dream a reality.
Ryan took a giant leap of faith, uprooting his life of over ten years in the restaurant industry. Learning the marketing skills to make the change, helped him push past the self-doubt and fear. With know-how and confidence, he went after the career of his dreams.