Meet the Photographers
Lyndsay Cunningham is a Vero Beach native that has always had a passion for horses and photography. Throughout her life, she has traveled the country as an upper level 3-Day event rider (similar to a triathlon) with her horses. After high school, she moved to Boston to train with a well-known rider. Her days were spent riding and training, and at night she took classes at Boston University. This is where her passion for photography came to life. She took an evening course with John Robaton, a National Geographic photographer. He taught her the basics of the camera and how to manipulate photos in the development process inside a dark room. With the advent of new digital technology, Lyndsay now uses her Canon Rebel T5i and Sony a6000 to document the outdoors, family, farm life, sea life, and all that Mother Nature has to offer! Lyndsay is thrilled to be a part of our Portfolio family and she’s excited about our readers being a part of her photography journey!
Joe Semkow is an amazing photographer that has a unique eye for photography. He is self-taught and truly has a passion for his craft. At only 28 years of age, Joe lives every day of life like it’s a new adventure. He’s a dreamer, a wanderer, but he is far from lost. He continues to try new adventures in new places. He finds peace in quiet spaces and captures these rare moments through the lens of his camera. Joe’s photos have depth and evoke feelings in them. To Joe, photography is all about capturing every day beauty, creating something really remarkable, and saving it forever. Over the past 3 years, he has taken pictures simply because it offers him an escape from the daily stresses of life. Joe never imagined that in such a short time his images would reach people from all over the country.
He is honored and humbled that people love his pictures of life. Joe’s mantra is “always remember that life is about the journey, not the destination!”
Joe Semkow or Infinite Captures
Nathaniel Harrington began shooting in Minnesota where he was born and raised. Since 2003, he has traveled the world documenting action sports, chasing waves, and pursuing his passion of photography. His work has been featured in Surfing Magazine, Surfline, Transworld Snowboard Magazine-Japan, Hawaiian Free Surf Magazine, Portfolio-Vero Beach, Six Magazine, and dozens of other publications throughout the world.
After living in California and Hawaii, Nathaniel currently resides in Vero Beach and makes his living as a photojournalist traveling the world. He is a waterman in the true sense of the word, and his keen eye and intimate relationship with the world of water around him is sure to mesmerize his audience.
Brandee Anthony is a professional photographer, new to the Vero Beach scene. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, two years ago with a degree in fine art and a concentration in multimedia design. After college, she established her business specializing in lifestyle and commercial photography. Brandee focuses on natural light photography with a whimsical editing style, and is a classically trained Nikon shooter. Brandee was born in Florida, but lived in Wisconsin for 18 years. She recently returned to Florida and now calls Vero Beach home. In her free time, she enjoys the beach, painting, wine nights and movies. In addition to photography sessions, she also offers editing and photography workshops, as well as business and social media mentoring.
Learn more at www.brandeeanthonyphotography.com.
Quinn Hiaasen, 16, is a student, as well as a wildlife, travel, and sports photographer. His work has been displayed in museums, newspapers, and magazines. For Quinn, photography is a method of expression, and is a way to tell a story from an individual point of view.
To see Quinn’s work, visit CommonMedia.com.