Steve specializes in photographing the city and its neighborhoods. With a love of experimenting, Steve looks for new ways to view familiar places. His photographs can be found in many books and publications, including Fodor’s travel books, National Geographic web pages, and U.S. News articles. He has recently published articles and photographs in APOGEE Photo Magazine , DODHO Photo Magazine, and F-STOP Magazine. Steve has also been a featured photographer in Adore Noir Magazine, and his work has been recognized in various international competitions.
Founding member Christopher Schneberger creates imagery that is haunting and supernatural, while connected to themes of historical documentation.
Verna Todd uses a macro lens to reveal patterns and textures in natural materials.
Anthony Iacuzzi is a founding member of Perspective Group and Photography Gallery. His photography is influenced by his experience as a graphic designer. He shoots with a digital SLR and prefers to work with available light.
Johnson is a photographer mesmerized with environs undone by the caprices of fate. These settings appear as terrible fairy tales come to life, yet pieces of people’s ordinary lives still seep out. These clues tell us that once upon a time, people had elevated these places or objects. Sometimes these attempts were grand architectural dreams of men or sometimes they were delicate adornments of women, but the once enchanted walls that surrounded them have now disintegrated into beautiful disasters.
Doug is drawn to the moment that best tells a story and seizing that mysterious instant in a photograph. His work ranges from abroad to the streets and every catchlight in between. He is also the award winning owner of Fortune Fish Films, located in Evanston, where he is the producer, director, editor, and photographer.
Alexa creates constructed photographs that reference narrative, domestic life, self-portraiture and early cinema.
Donna Wesley Spencer
Donna Wesley Spencer is a founding member of Perspective Gallery currently working on a long-term project, “A Southern Diary”. For the past few years, she has been spending more time in the rural and small town South, photographing places and people that define the region for her, making work in East Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. She is especially interested in places that retain the remnants of history.