Mark Davis is a freelance photographer and bookmaker who grew up in the suburbs of Pittsburgh. He specializes in photographic essays and portraiture and has worked with clients like the The New Yorker and Interview Magazine. More about his work is available at www.marktimothydavis.com
2015 - American Photography 31 Selected, 2014 - Thomas Drysdale Production Fund Award, 2013 - 2013 Seth Tobias Award, 2013 - Thomas Drysdale Production Fund Award
For Drobin and Waldekranz, who have started businesses together before, including a consulting agency they eventually sold to Sweden's biggest "brand development" company Identity Works, Tictail offers endless opportunities to foster and grow new companies.
"There is a look in the eyes of this woman, as she holds her dance partner, that reveals untold stories about their love and that represents life in all of its grasping, terrifying overwhelming, abundant glory." - Jen Pastore, Deputy Director of Photography of the Wall Street Journal
As a junior at University of Oregon, Cheserek's NCAA titles are in the double digits. His indoor records include a mile in 03:57.94, 3,000 meters in 8:11.59, and 5,000 meters in 13:48.67. He's won the NCAA Cross Country Championships three times in a row, and his 2015 win (finishing 10,000 meters with a time of 28:45.8) puts him in the same league as greats Steve Prefontaine, Henry Rono, and Gerry Lindgren. But while they each secured three NCAA cross country titles, only Cheserek was able to do so in three consecutive years.