Michael Britt is a photographer, videographer, writer, blogger, speaker, and educator. He has worked in and around the photography industry for his entire adult life. A ten year stretch of that time was spent as a set photographer for film and television shows. He was an early adopter of digital photography which led to consulting, and ultimately owning digital capture company.
As a writer he has a published a book on DSLR filmmaking, and he was called to write the first Adobe Lightroom guide. Michael has been a regular speaker at prestigious photography events in both the United States and Australia.
Lou Lesko is a writer who started as a photographer, who founded a company called Blinkbid, which is business software for creative people. He likes vast bodies of water, good coffee, and gin martinis.
A few other career highlights that didn’t result in prison time include; commercials directing, two published books, an editor stint at National Geographic Assignment, and a Lowell Thomas award for photojournalism.
In 2013 they went on hiatus after one of them threw a tantrum at a party for the Royal Family in London because the venue didn't allow cowboy boots. Now that the legal bills have been paid, they're back with more attitude and irreverence.
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Photo by Luis Llerena.