Eleanor Leonne Bennett first started to win awards at the age of eleven and has had work constantly shown around the world since the age of thirteen. She is an internationally award-winning photographer and visual artist. Her photography has been published in The Telegraph, The Guardian, The British Journal of Psychiatry, British Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and as the front cover of books and magazines extensively throughout the world. Her art is globally exhibited, having shown work in New York, Paris, London, Rome, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Copenhagen, Washington, Canada, Spain, Japan and Australia, amongst many other locations.

Adrienne Elyse Meyers was born in Houston, TX. After growing up in Houston, its suburbs, and the woods of East Texas, she attended the University of Houston for her BFA in Photography/Digital Media before entering the Post-baccalaureate program at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA. She has served as an editor for The Aletheia Journal and Glass Mountain Magazine. Her work includes a variety of media, including digital art, photography, poetry, and drawing. Through her work, she researches and creates around topics of spirituality, mythology, psychology, and mental space.

Trinh Sari Nguyen is a Houston-based artist. She recently graduated with a Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts with a painting concentration at the University of Houston. She has exhibited her works in Houston, Dallas, and Las Vegas. As an artist, Trinh’s intention is to redefine “The Me” within herself using unspoken secrets of feelings. Her sources come from direct observation of lone objects related to the unspoken feelings. For her most recent body of work, “Soft Spoken,” Trinh applies acrylic on top of soft white fabric for visual softness and to emphasize emotional sensitivity. Trinh challenges viewers’ curiosity with an element of mystery leading them into an intimate conversation with the paintings.

Jillian Rubman has a Master’s Degree, and grew up outside of Boston in the USA. Her photos have appeared in various exhibits. In 2006, her portfolio earned a Mass College of Art Book Award and a Gold Key in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards. Two years later, a grant from Brandeis University’s Bernstein Festival of the Arts helped her create the exhibit “Beautiful Bodies: History’s Reshaping of the Ideal Female Form.” More recently, her photography has been featured in several issues of the online magazine, Broad!, and in the album art and website for the band Soundscape Rebellion.

Jordan Singer is a photographer living in Boulder, Colorado with his wife Jessica. After growing up in Iowa City, Iowa, Jordan attended The Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, graduating in 2009 with his BFA in photography. Jordan is currently the in-house photographer for Juniper Books of Boulder. On weekends, Jordan mountain bikes and hikes the many area trails taking photos along the way. He shoots with a Canon camera, and prints using an Epson 7900 with UltraChrome HDR ink. When not biking or photographing, Jordan treasure hunts for rare books and fine art at the many second-hand stores in Boulder.