Tamara De Anda

journalist, author, activist

Tamara De Anda is an internationally recognized journalist, author, activist and TV personality based Mexico City. In addition to publishing work with Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown,” Tamara has been named to BBC’s 100 Women and has published work with numerous Mexico City publications. Along with renowned illustrator, Andonella, she co-authored #AmigaDateCuenta, a book about feminism and women’s health and has been a fixture on Itinerario TV, a public television program examining Mexico City popular culture, for over a decade. More than anything, Tamara is #chilanga, a city resident that seeks out life, energy and stories on the streets of CDMX and her detailed and entertaining social commentary reflects that.

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Andrew Esiebo


Born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, Esiebo has emerged as one of Africa’s premier photo documentarians over the last two decades, exploring and exposing the rich complexity and vibrancy of the place he calls home. In addition to exhibiting at Biennial festivals around the world, Esiebo’s work has appeared in National Geographic, the New York Times, CNN, the Washington Post, Lemonde and the Guardian among others. But what makes Esiebo stand out is his ability to weave social issues into stunning imagery in a way that delights and informs. These images deserve a return trip—and then another. We cannot wait to show you what he has in store for our print pages this fall.

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Kaila Yu

Journalist, Author

Kaila is a Los Angeles-based luxury travel and culture journalist and on-camera correspondent for The Los Angeles Times, Condé Nast Traveler, and Business Insider. She also has bylines in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, and many more. She's a certified PADI scuba diver, freediver, and mermaid obsessed with animals underwater.

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Brian Finke

Photographer, Journalist

Brian’s signature stylized documentary style captures the authenticity and range of human behavior in everyday life. A uniquely American point of context, his work strikes at the core of subcultures and day-to-day contemporary life. Finke shoots for publications including New York Magazine, National Geographic, M magazine, and The New Yorker and for commercial clients, including eBay, Uber Eats, and Delta Airlines. Finke's personal work has won awards and appeared in museums, and he has authored several books, most recently Backyard Fights (2022). He also guest teaches and hosts workshops at institutions including FotoFilmic and the International Center of Photography.

Humberto Bilbao


Humberto has been a photographer since before he can remember, and certainly before the world went digital. His work has always included the world of rowing, but much of it revolves around tradition and culture. He has published work with L’Equipe magazine, XL Semanal, and EPS among others and has published a book on Basque Country’s rowing culture titled, “Sudor y Salitre en el Cantábrico.”

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Alex Temblador

Alex is an award-winning travel journalist with published work in Travel + Leisure, Outside, Lonely Planet, and Fodor's, among many others. Based in Dallas, Texas, she is also the award-winning author of “Half Outlaw”, “Secrets of the Casa Rosada”, and “Writing an Identity Not Your Own” (forthcoming). Connect with her at AlexTemblador.com.

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Journalist, Author

Natalie Dupille

Illustrator, Writer

Natalie is a cartoonist and illustrator based in Seattle, WA. She contributes to local and national publications including The New Yorker, Playboy, The L.A. Times, and The Stranger. An avid surfer and linguist, Natalie’s dual passion for languages and waves has taken her (sketchbook in tow) around the globe. She is in constant pursuit of new connections and fresh point breaks, not to mention hole-in-the-wall bookstores and local queer communities. Most recently, she has been exploring neon watercolors as she bides her time until her next big trip. 

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Oris Aigbokhaevbolo

Journalist, Panelist

Oris’ great loves—literature, music, and film—have led him to cities in North America, Europe, Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. For about a half-decade, he acted as Anglophone West Africa editor for African music websites, winning the 2015 All Africa Music Award for Entertainment Journalist of the Year. His writing has appeared in The New York Review of Books, The Africa Report, The London Review of Books, Sight & Sound, and The Film Verdict. In 2023, he was invited to judge the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam and the Golden Globes. Oris lives in Lagos, Nigeria.  

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Eunice Adorno


Eunice is a photojournalist exploring different communities with a strong relationship with the past. In 2011 she published her book “Las Mujeres Flores” and was part of the Artistic Residency Program of the International Studio & Curatorial Program in New York. She was also nominated by Susan Meiselas for the 2012 Rudin Award for Emerging Photographers by The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida. This year, she was part of the Architecture Pavilion at the Venice Biennale and at the Biennial of Photography in Mexico.

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Sophie Lau

Writer, Translator, Poet

Sophie is a freelance writer and linguist who can be found vibing in the UK, Hong Kong, or almost anywhere else in between–the more rural the better! Her work has appeared in publications such as gal-dem and The Independent, and she has completed residencies with Metal New Artist Network, Studio 459, and Bothy Project. Her current WIP is a collection of deeply personal travel essays. Whenever her slightly chaotic schedule permits, she designs and delivers creative translation and poetry workshops. Sophie speaks nine languages and enjoys capturing her solo travels on film–both to varying degrees of success!

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Christie Fitzpatrick


Christie is an up and coming writer and film photographer whose chosen home is Whistler, British Columbia. Influenced by her English roots, her penchant for all things ‘aged’ manifests in a burgeoning film camera collection, 30 perma-open Chrome tabs featuring wish-listed cottages and cabins the world over, and the inability to bypass matured cheese in the dairy aisle. Christie's photography has garnered the recognition of industry titans, counting Kodak and Leica among her clientele this year. Meanwhile, her literary footprint is steadily expanding, with her byline featured in well-known publications such as Outside, Ski, Powder, and Field Mag this year.

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Benjamin Grant

Entrepreneur, Advocate

Benjamin is the brains behind Daily Overview, one of the largest Instagram accounts with an environmental focus. His book "Overview: A New Perspective of Earth" has been critically-acclaimed by the New York Times, The Economist, Fast Company, CNN and was selected as one of the "Best Books of 2016" by Amazon, The Smithsonian, and the Los Angeles Times. Images from the project have been featured in hundreds of publications around the world including the New York Times, Washington Post, WIRED, The Economist, VICE and now, Ori. Large-format Overview prints fhave been exhibited at numerous exhibitions around the world with noteworthy installations in Barcelona, Munich, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles and Hjo, Sweden.

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