Chris Dabagian, with a rich and varied background in photography, painting, fashion and interior design, is a multi-faceted artist, whose wide frame of reference and artistic fluency is reflected in her beautifully stylized photographs. Subtle and mysterious, with wonderfully articulated detail and contrast, these photographs invite the viewer to draw closer. Chris studied art at the Talli Rosner Photography Studio, and the Art School of Northern New Jersey. A member of the American Society of Interior Designers, she studied Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) and Interior Design at Parsons School of Design in NYC. And before she embarked on her arts career, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminology at American University. With clients in New York City, Los Angeles and Paris, Chris has exhibited in New York, California and throughout New Jersey and Connecticut.
Ely Dennis, believes the most interesting visual phenomena occurs when you least expect it. He has created images that are just that. Simplicity in black and white and images with the softness and subtleness of neutral colors. Exploring the neighborhoods he lives in or traveling to places to capture the images that are sometimes current events and at times people and places you see just walking down the street. Ely's photography is strongly influenced by his upbringing in New York, and becoming a self taught award winning fine art photographer exhibiting in galleries in the New York metropolitan area. Ely is an artist member of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, contributor to the Edward Hopper House in Nyack, NY, and award winning artist at the Northern New Jersey Art Center. Ely's images are also seen in print with well know stock photo companies such as istock, Getty images, and Shutterstock. Also a photo contributor to Johnson+Johnson "donate a photo" which supports a large variety of charities that support important causes throughout the world