Martin Cox is a fine art and commercial photographer living in Los Angeles. He photographs visual evidence of landscape and communities’ transitions, specifically in relation to water or historical events, among other things. Martin is also interested in photography projects that incorporate time scales, while also observing landscape, land use or maritime subjects. His projects are inspired either by the places where the environment and culture rub against one another, or they begin from an historical investigation.
Douglas Hill was born in London, grew up in New York and moved to Los Angeles in 1968. He studied photography at UCLA and Cal Arts. Doug has specialized in the photography of Architecture, Interiors, Furniture, Food and People. Original work has been reproduced in numerous magazines, books, catalogs and websites. His fine art photography has been shown extensively and is represented in a number of collections including: J. Paul Getty Museum; Library of Congress; Museum of Photographic Arts and the Huntington Library. Doug has taught photography for two decades at UCLA Extension and through Shooting Architecture since its formation in 2010.