Calvin Coloma combines his previous work as a fashion photographer and love of architecture into his landscapes. An award-winning photographer, he especially enjoys working in colder locations like Iceland and Alaska.
When he is not working on the field, Calvin brings the outdoors into the studio. From his vast collection of dried flowers, plants, antlers, bugs, bones, feathers, rocks and minerals, he creates still life studies. He also enjoys studying about collage and Ikebana, the Japanese art of floral arrangement.
Calvin also photographs homeless dogs looking for their forever home and donates his photography services every year to multiple dog rescue groups. He lives with his rescue cat, Viktor, in downtown Los Angeles.