Photo by Leeta Harding
Heather Maxwell Hall is a Canadian writer and photographer whose work explores the whimsical and unconventional in everyday scenes. Mostly self-taught and intuitive, she’s been published in a variety of online and print publications, such as Lula Magazine and Booooooom.
Leeta Harding is a professional photographer in New York City. Known for her iconic portraits of Scarlett Johansson and Patricia Arquette and her fashion-forward Missoni campaigns, Leeta’s passion is photographing the hidden and little known places in the South where time stands still.
Caren Sturmer is an professional photographer who is making a return to her passion—thanks to her son’s encouragement to check out Instagram. At 72, she re-examines thirty years of contact sheets with more experienced eyes, seeing images in a new and fresh way.
Melissa Wilgis graduated from North Carolina State University with a BA in English. She creates photograms with her “critters” ( seahorses, crabs, butterflies, dragonflies, sea whips, wildflowers, and other curiosities) as well as the antique garments she is drawn to. Her photogram compositions are simple, allowing the viewer to interpret the story as they see it. Her photograms are a reminder to see things in a different light.