THE ARTISTS AT OCÉÉ
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O C E A N E B U R E T
Océane Buret, 29 years old, founder of Océé, is also a freelance photographer and graphic designer currently based in Paris, France.
Passionate with fashion, art, music and travels, Océane had many experiences in the fashion industry spending time between Paris, New York, Auckland and Los Angeles.
She connected with the ocean early on, spending all summers sailing with her family across France and Europe.
She captures and creates unique oceanic and seaside cities scenes, by playing on the overwhelming presence of the sky and the never-ending sunshine.
C H A Z G A N S T E R
Chaz Ganster is an American artist living in Los Angeles, California.
His artworks were made using dye-based inks and flashe on UV-sealed RC paper. Theses abstract compositions are part of Ganster’s Brighton Beach series exploring the magic of the undersea world and the human impact on it.
For the past three years, Ganster has experimented with a new painting process, painting with printer ink directly from the cartridges onto glossy printer paper. His work has been featured in numerous music videos, including MGMT’s Kids.
J O S H S O S K I N
Director Josh Soskin grew up in a small Central California surf town. He began his career in the documentary world, producing and directing hundreds of short docs for Current TV; among them “Modern Day Pirates,” which won him national attention. Vanguard called it one of “50 documentaries to see before you die.” In 2007 he left Current TV to travel around the world and made Spain home base, where he co-founded Houseblend Media.
He currently resides in Venice, California. He’s also a surfer, photographer, hispanophile, wannabe chef and proud father of a french bulldog named Guadalupe.
Born and raised in Montreal Canada, Erica is now a Brooklyn-based photographer. She is self-taught, and I use both digital and analog formats. She is an Artist Member of SohoPhoto Gallery in NYC, and I am a 2017 Nikon Scholarship and 2015 National Natural Eye Scholarship winner at the Santa Fe Photography Workshops. She is the founder of Camera of the Month Club, a NYC photography collective.
Her current work focuses on the Rockaway Beaches in NYC. She captures the romance of nestled beach gem that is Rockaway, amidst the busy, hurried climate of New York City, in her Beach Lovers series. Beach Lovers is a collection of intimate moments shared by couples I’ve observed at the beach. This series is about the small moments of tenderness between couples, whether sharing an embrace, long laughs, or a lazy limb-entwined nap on a beach blanket. These photos illustrate love and sensuality in their purest states.
Erica is a surfer and beach bum at heart. Her work is held in private collections in the US and Canada.