Danny Hunter got started in digital photography in 2008 when his step father gave him a digital camera for his birthday. The next month he went to his first DragonCon where he fell in love with shooting cosplay. He’s returned each year to DragonCon and gained more experience in photography and is now a lead photographer for The Superhero Costuming Forum. Visit Danny online at www.Facebook.com/DannyHunter
Lee Workman of Workman Reflections, specializes in taking memorable photographs of families, pets, individuals and group portraits (including photo touch-ups). Lee is highly skilled at capturing the true personality of the subject in every portrait, and will also take photographs of sports teams, company teams, and other large groups in both indoor and outdoor environments. Visit the Workman Reflections Facebook Fan page at www.Facebook.com/Photoninjawork
Sam W Honda, who was born in England and grew up in Alabama, started photography to supplement his acting career. His main passion in photography is shooting models, cosplay, and events. The main focus with models is the eyes and the face, it brings out emotions in the picture which makes it come alive. Cosplay has unique looks and character which has depth. Events such as concerts and sports events capture memories that live even when the event is over. His portfolio can be found at HERE. Sam W Honda is an anagram of a nickname he got back in 1994 which is "Shadowman."
Photographer and videographer Jay Prescott started doing video at a haunted house called "Chambers of Terror" where he worked for 9 years, acting and doing video. He then moved on to capturing Netherworld's videos in 2009 and has been with the infamous Atlanta haunted house since, creating all their music videos and TV spots (from 2009 to 2012). Jay has also shot Dragoncon videos since 2010. In his free time, he spend working on videos and/or photos and most recently covered "Days of the Dead" in Atlanta. To see Jay in action, please visit Facebook.com/PsychoNetLab and Jayprescott.com