Kendrick Brinson is a photographer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. She worked full-time as an intern and a staff photographer for newspapers for over three years after receiving a journalism degree from the University of Georgia in 2005. In 2009, she left the world of being a staff photographer to pursue personal projects and to work full-time with LUCEO Images. Her current photographic interests include exploring the Deep South, the rise and fall of the Memphis music scene, as well as aging in the retirement paradise of Sun City, Arizona, for which she received the 2011 Houston Center for Photography Fellowship, as well as a nod by Critical Mass and inclusion in the 2011 Noordelicht Photofestival. In the past year, "Sun City: Life After Life" has been displayed in eight gallery shows. Kendrick's clients include TIME Magazine, New York Times Magazine, Atlanta Magazine, AARP Bulletin, US News & World Report, and The FADER, among others.
David Walter Banks is an American born photographer living in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a conceptually based documentary and portrait photographer. His work is aimed at questioning the way in which we view the everyday reality around us. Banks was a candidate for the 2009 and 2010 PDN30, and his work was recognized by the 2009 Magenta Foundation Flash Forward 2009 census of emerging photographers. His work was exhibited at the 2009 LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph and most recently at the Aperture Gallery in New York and an upcoming show at the Houston Center for Photography. David's clients have included The New York Times, Stern Magazine, TIME Magazine, US News & World Report, GQ, Bombay Sapphire, Forbes Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, ESPN The Magazine, The FADER Magazine, Golf Digest, Spin Magazine, XXL Magazine, Sporting News, Interscope Records, IEEE Spectrum Magazine, Bloomberg News and Atlanta Magazine