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A Look Back: 16 Photographers. 3 Locations. 1 Gallery Exhibit

By October 12, 2017 #MadeInPeerspace, Inspiration

We wanted to see what would happen when we gave sixteen of The Hub’s top creators three different locations to collaborate and feed off each other’s creative spark.

So in partnership with H, we launched a joint venture called f/16. Over the course of two months, we invited sixteen photographers to shoot in a neon museum, an artistic loft, and a French chateau. To celebrate their creativity, we held a pop-up gallery exhibit in Los Angeles to showcase the work of each photographer. 

If you weren’t able to make it to our exhibit, take a look at the photos we hung on the gallery walls.

 

Shoot #1: Neon Pop Culture Museum  

Photographer: Jerry Maestas

Photographer: Dmitriy Shpak

Photographer: Isaac Garcia

 

Photographer: Ravi Vora

Photographer: Zach Leung

 

Photographer: Derrick Freske

Photographer: Atilla Adam

Photographer: Alex Tan 

Photographer: Abraham Campillo

 

Photographer: Bobby Vu

 

Photographer: Brad Romano 

 

Shoot #2: Downtown Loft with Rose Wall  

 

Photographer: Zach Leung

 

Photographer: Devin Timothy Nelson

Photographer: Derrick Freske

 

Photographer: Sam Dameshek

 

Photographer: Ravi Vora

Photographer: Jerry Maestas

 

Photographer: Alex Tan

 

Photographer: Atilla Adam

 

 

Photographer: Abraham Campillo

 

 

Photographer: Bobby Vu

 

 

Shoot #3: Historical French Chateau

 

 

Photographer: Alex Tan

 

Photographer: Abraham Campillo

 

Photographer: Martha Kirby

 

Photographer: Ravi Vora

Photographer: Liz Strupat

Photographer: Zach Leung

Photographer: Derrick Freske

 

Photographer: Atilla Adam

 

Photographer: Jerry Maestas

 

 Photographer: Allegra Messina

 

Photographer: Devin Timothy Nelson

 

Photographer: Bobby Vu

 

Check out photos from the f/16 Gallery Exhibit. Special thanks to our amazing partners:

Black Lab Ventures and 4 Copas Tequila for the liquid courage

Coastal Event Lighting for the mood lighting   

Slider Stop for keeping us well fed throughout the night

Social Print Studio for the framed prints.

Our hosts, Leila and Jen, for letting us transform their 1920s Industrial Warehouse.

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