Who We Are
Kevin d. liles
A native Georgian who began his career as a reporter, Kevin D. Liles is an independent documentary and commercial photographer based in Atlanta.
Kevin has photographed hundreds of assignments for national outlets such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, and Sports Illustrated. He also serves as the official team photographer for the Atlanta Braves.
Much of Kevin's work explores Southern culture, particularly at the margins of religion, sports, and politics — arenas where so many of our differences (and similarities) converge.
raymond mccrea jones
Raymond McCrea Jones is a visual storyteller who creates imagery from a sense of boundless curiosity through his own unique blend of contemporary reportage and portraiture. There is no “lifestyle” to be found here, only life.
His approach to the creative process has been commissioned by brands and publications around the world. As a director of both photography and motion Jones is a steady hand with an intentional vision. He draws on his time spent at The New York Times to inform his unique blend of intimate portraiture and reportage throughout his editorial and commercial work. Jones is recognized for his inimitable positivity and efficiency on set as well as his seemingly effortless ability to connect with those he is with.
Jones places an emphasis on developing long term projects and has published two monographs of his work Out of Step: Faces of Straight Edge (2007, Empire Press) and Birth of a Warrior: Ten Weeks in Basic Training (2015, University Press of New England). His photography has been exhibited in galleries and museums and featured in publications around the world. Jones is also the co-organizer of ATL Photo Night and a creative director at Creature Studio which he owns with his partner Jenn Jones. Jones is represented by Redux Pictures.
“From Russia with love,” now in Atlanta, Sara Brundige first fell in love with photography through a film camp at Description Callanwolde Fine Arts center when she was 12. After taking photography classes throughout high school, she interned with PureRed the summer after graduation. Since then, she has graduated from The Creative Circus, an advertising portfolio school where she was part of a team that won an “Addy.” She now works at PPR (Professional Photo Resources) here in Atlanta and also works an as assistant. Sara immensely enjoys shooting conceptual photography -- especially when she can help with the styling. She loves keeping track of the little things through her “hashtag series” such as “#justsinkythings” which documents all that goes on in the sink and “#mmozawall” aka Mirrors, Mirrors on the (Za) Wall which entails a photo in each convex mirror she passes.