Episode 028: @jeffreymkarp – What lens compression does for your photos

Jeff Karp is a dad, husband, hospital pediatric dentist, and full time university faculty living in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. Since joining Instagram in the summer of 2016, Jeff explores his creative side and improves his wellness through his daily photographic walking adventures of city and rural scenes near him. Jeff enjoys daily photo challenges and exploring feature sites on Instagram as a way to interact with and learn from other photography hobbyists and professional photographers around the world.

Episode 105: @johnhillphotos – How to create content for brands with John Hill

John Hill is a Michigan-based photographer that spends his days at the advertising agency Leo Burnett, managing a social media team of 3 Community Managers. In his free time, he travels across Michigan and the country to capture unique landscapes. John was named a top Instagrammer by Pure Michigan and is also an Ambassador for M22, a lifestyle brand named after the scenic drive in northern Michigan that inspires a connection to the outdoors through discovery.

Daily Episode 011: @maddiemcgarvey -When composition is not required to make a great photo

Maddie McGarvey is a photographer currently based in Columbus, Ohio. She graduated from Ohio University with a degree in photojournalism and a specialization in sociology. She love bad jokes, exploring the outdoors and taking photographs. In 2014, Maddie was named an Emerging Talent for Getty Reportage and in 2015 was named one of Magnum’s 30 Photographers Under 30. You can find Maddie on Instagram @maddiemcgarvey.

Episode 092: @the_sockateur – Finding your niche and the art of a sock game with Jordan Mixson


Jordan Mixson is a Jacksonville based professional violinist and menswear enthusiast. His Instagram feed focuses on his love of wearing statement socks while exploring the emerging cultural renaissance of his hometown in Jacksonville, Florida and neighboring cities. Jordan continues to promote wearing a signature sock game style, bringing awareness of the emerging local scene , and capturing unexpected Artistry wherever he goes. You can find Jordan on Instagram @thesockateur.