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Asher Cano (@asherrcano) [is] a queer framer in LA. Asher makes the most interesting photo frames as well as being a great wood worker. This is a landscape for queer people that may not often be explored as this space tends to be filled with cis straight men. But Asher is here to show us that queer people can succeed at any passion they have.
Maxwell Poth (@maxwellpoth) [is] an insanely talented photographer who specializes in stunning portrait work and intimate photographs of the naked male body. He is also the founder of Project Contrast, a non profit amplifying queer youth voices around the entire USA. His work for the queer community is so special and needed.
Luna Lovebad (@lunalovebad) [is] a trans latinx artist based in LA. Through getting to know Luna, she has allowed me to accept more of myself. Her love and compassion for the trans community has made me feel so accepted within my skin. Her radiance shines through every time you see her on instagram or listen to her music.
Kyla Rain (@kyla.rain) [is the] Co-founder of Pure Nowhere Magazine, an online publication for screaming into the void, a diary. Kyla has created a space for everyone to showcase their artistry through emotion, experience, and especially their youth. Pure Nowhere has always felt like a safe space for queer artistry and I owe so much of my journey to her and Pure Nowhere. Kyla also specializes in handmade collage photo work.
McCall Olsen (@mccall_olsen) [is] a dancer, photographer, multi-media artist in LA. McCall and I actually went to high school together in Las Vegas. She has always been a huge influence in my life with her creative outlets. Watching her dance, viewing her photographs, it’s always such a treat to see what she has up her sleeve. Before the pandemic, McCall toured with Madonna for her “Madame X” tour. When that ended she settled in LA to focus on her art.
Margaret Leyva (@las.margaritaville) [is] a Los Angeles based film photographer. Her work evokes so much emotion and oftentimes portrays a very soft and luscious queer narrative. I also wanted Margaret to be a part of this project because she is also a mother! Queer parents are still a topic of taboo, however I want the idea of having a queer mother to be normalized.