Scott Jarvie

Scott Jarvie

I love Scott Jarvie's story. His tale of following photography down an unknown road into a lifelong passion for taking pictures is encouraging and inspiring. Check out Scott Jarvie's story here. Another surprising thing about Scott is that he speaks at least 5 languages. Wow! One of my favorite things about Scott is his willingness to pour into other photographers. His site lists a great set of photographers who've interned or been taught by Scott. From Scott's bio: I taught myself over the course of several years. I put in crazy amounts of…Read more
Jeremy Cowart

Jeremy Cowart

Jeremy Cowart is the man. Amazing with a camera, and a compassionate philanthropist. To hear of the extensive charity work he's done, you'd wonder where he finds the time to make a living. Look at all of the things he's started or been a part of such as Help-Portrait, Voices of Haiti, and even his Lifefinder Tour.┬áThen look at his portfolio. He's photographed some huge names and beautiful people. Definitely don't stop at the pictures of the celebrities though. Some of his best work is with the people that are too often neglected.…Read more
Zack Arias

Zack Arias

I first learned of Zack Arias from his seminar on CreativeLive.com. The part that impacted me the most was his story of how he got started, and how much ingenuity he had in the marketing arena. He told of how he wanted to photograph bands, so he went to a meeting where bands would get together. In order to get his name out, he sponsored one of the meetings and bought beer, then he poured the beer and handed out business cards with every cup of beer, introducing himself and getting to know…Read more
Chase Jarvis

Chase Jarvis

Chase Jarvis is one of the greats. You've probably already seen some of his work in magazine ads or commercials, his camera work is nothing short of creative genius. If you're ever looking for a shot of creative inspiration, look to his extensive collection of Youtube videos. The other wonderful thing that Chase has brought us is CreativeLive.com. CreativeLive streams photography seminars of all sorts, free to view if you can catch it live, and at a reasonable rate if you'd like a copy after the fact. They've hosted a number of amazing…Read more