Over the past seven days our Instagram was full of bright colors and creative compositions. Our photography selections revolved around nature, architecture, fashion, and fine art.

We started on Monday with our hands-in-nature photo series, featuring images by TienDat Nguyen, Blake Cheek, and Nicole Mason.

Swim deep / Photo by Blake Cheek @blakecheekk

The following photos combined architecture, colors, and minimalism, showing people in sports fields. We were happy to feature the creative photography of FuYong Hua, Lefteris Kallergis, and Alexandru Acea.

Reach the line / Photo by Lefteris Kallergis

Thursday was dedicated to our new featured artist – the lovely Ellie Pritts.

Ellie is an internationally-recognized photographer and director based in Los Angeles. Originally hailing from Chicago, she began her career in the arts as a classically trained cellist who studied at Merit School of Music. She went on to launch her photography business at the age of 19, dropping out of college to pursue her craft full time.

Ellie’s imaginative work has captured the attention of esteemed publications such as WIRED and TIME Magazine, who in 2016 named her one of the top photographers to follow in the U.S. Long in demand as a photographer, she’s now expanded to directing and working in production design. In 2017 Ellie was brought on to help launch Apple’s official Instagram account, @apple and worked as an Art Director on the #ShotOniPhone campaign. Prior to that, she founded the world’s first collaborative photography app, Hippo. She now additionally works as a marketing consultant for professional creatives and has been invited to do marketing workshops all across the U.S.

Learn more about Ellie Pritts and see the full selection of her photos here.

Halo / Photo by Ellie Pritts @elliepritts

We finished the week with the wild imagination of the artists Alexandra Marcu and Mohammad Metri, who welcomed us into their fashion/portrait photography world.

Yellow / Photo by Alexandra Marcu @alexandra.marcu

Follow our journey through great photography on Instagram – @thisiseyeso