Elder Zamora
is a photographer, writer and publisher based in Southern California. His work has appeared in many literary journals including Soundings, Miramar Review, Cadence Collective and others. His photography has been published widely, notably in Curating LA and Incandescent Mind Vol 1 & 2. He is the owner and editor of Spout Hill Press. He is one of the organizers of the yearly San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival, as a founder of the California Imagist Movement.

Carly Creley is a painter and photographer from Los Feliz in Los Angeles, California. She holds masters degrees in Environmental Science and in Education, but uses art to share her experiences in the natural world with others. Carly loves hiking, camping, and exploring new places. In addition to teaching science, Carly leads an annual summer course for artists volunteering in Sequoia National Park, and is a guide at Griffith Observatory. Her work has been exhibited at the dA Center for the Arts in the Pomona Arts Colony, Art Share L.A. in the downtown Los Angeles Arts District, the Fine Arts Gallery at California State University, Los Angeles, the Courthouse Gallery in Exeter outside of Sequoia National Park, and galleries throughout Southern California. Her art has been published in the Sand Canyon Review and East Jasmine Review, and her scientific research on tree squirrels has been published in the Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences.

John Brantingham

Ann Brantingham is a nature artist who focuses on local and endangered flora and fauna, especially those threatened by current environmental policies. Ann shows her work locally and is a board member of Gallery 57 Underground. Along with her husband, she volunteers at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park where she teaches art. You can see her work at annbrantingham.com.