As extreme sports entered the American mainstream,
I was there to tell the stories of athletes like
climbing legend Chris Sharma, kayaking pioneer
Eric Jackson and world champion surfer Lisa Anderson. Editors at National Geographic Adventure,
The New York Times Magazine and Sports Illustrated regularly turned to me to bring them startling, memorable images from the world’s wild edges.
Peter Read Miller has been photographing
athletes, events and the sporting life for
more than 40 years. He a member of Canon’s “Explorers of Light” program and he is a
Western Digital “Creative Master.” Peter is
also the winner of the Society of Professional Journalists 2012 Award for Sports Photography.
As a Beauty photographer, Courtney Dailey
knows the business of beauty. Based in
Los Angeles, she leads teams of beauty experts
creating images from prep to post. Known for her use of color, she delivers imagery that is colorful, dramatic and confident. She feels all images should communicate concepts, stories or evoke feelings.
Since 2006, Alex has developed and led photography
workshops across the state of Arkansas for
Bedford Camera and Video, as well as other
organizations such as the AR State Parks, Starlight
Ridge Retreat Center, Arkansas Master Naturalists,
University of Central Arkansas, University of
Arkansas for Medical Sciences, EAST Initiative, Little Rock Garden Club, and various other public and private schools.
R. Christian Bruggeman currently serves Bedford
Camera & Video in Sales, Educations,
Outreach & Lab Manager. Enjoying photography
from a young age his passion of the craft gave him an outlet to serve local papers and school publications. He has been in newspapers, business literature, trade magazines and educational material.
Jeremy and I are full time international wedding
& portrait photographers based in San Francisco
Bay Area. We have been named as the 30
Rising Stars of Wedding Photography of 2012 in Rangefinder Magazine November Issue.
James Pratt started photography
in 1996 after visiting the Atlanta Olympics. He learned
his craft by attending camera club meetings right
here in Oklahoma City, networking with other
photographers, and learning hands-on by taking lots
of photos. His work has now been published
world-wide and he is a regular contributor to Oklahoma
Today and Oklahoma Living magazines.