Pierre and Cathy Dutertre- Pierre and Cathy Dutertre have been making photographs together for well over ten years as a husband and wife duo, from commercial projects and fine art ventures that reflect their varied individual and complex pasts. They project their unique psyches with expressive and reflective imagery of the world and their presence within it, seeking answers to metaphysical questionings through a symbiotic creative collaboration. Their images reflect a constant quest for spiritual, existential and philosophical pondering, a somber search at times for the essence of life and the world around them. As career artists, Pierre and Cathy are constantly engaged in the many aspects of art, from producing new engaging work on a regular basis, to mentoring and consulting with emerging artists and judging competitions worldwide. They own and manage a fine art photography gallery representing photographic artists from Europe and the US.
Scott Bolendz- Scott Bolendz is an award-winning fine art photographer based in Bradenton, Florida. Using both DSLR and smartphone cameras, he creates intellectually-driven, concept-based projects that explore a diverse range of subjects. From lush tropical environments to moody seascapes, his emotionally expressive images give visual shape to a dynamic relationship between the internal and external worlds. Memory, personal history and identity imbue his work with a strong autobiographical dimension. He searches for subjects that connect his own particular life experiences with larger narratives of loss, human vulnerability and the perseverance of life. Scott’s work has been featured in numerous museum, gallery, and online exhibitions. He is represented by United Photographic Artists Gallery.
David Monroe- Educated in traditional commercial photography with a career spanning nearly 30 years, David provides his clients with images that far surpass just a picture – He creates images that compel, inspire, communicate to, and involve the viewer. Transcending genres and applications, David’s work is equally engaging within his fine art endeavors, expanding his artistic approach into the realm of the subtle, the unseen, and the emotionally resonant imagery that truly substantiate his dedication to the medium, as an imagist, a true artist rather than a camera operator.