New Member Shout Outs: March Edition

New Member Shout Outs: March Edition

We love seeing new PhotoShelter members get their amazing work up and on display quickly with our mobile-friendly, HTML5 portfolio websites. That’s why every month we hand pick a few of the newest members that caught our eye with their professional work and unique site design. This month we’ve discovered a landscape photographer using the Element template to display his beautiful work in a simple, clutter free way, as well as a commercial and travel photographer both using different templates that suit their work.

Ray Palmer


  • Name/Site: Ray Palmer
  • PhotoShelter template: Element
  • Member since: Feb. 17, 2015
  • Location: Glenville, NY
  • Specialty and background: With no formal training, Ray’s been shooting for 15 years, gaining expertise on his own terms.  His work appears in calendars, fine art shows, and the occasional publication.

McCory James

McCory James' Element Homepage

McCory James’ Element Homepage

  • Name/Site: McCory James
  • PhotoShelter template: Element
  • Member since: Feb. 19, 2015
  • Location: Denver, CO
  • Specialty and background: McCory specializes in both architectural and travel photography. With 15 years under his belt, his client list is impressive – spanning from Microsoft and Home Depot to various real estate agencies.

Velar Grant

Valer Grant's Marquee Homepage

Valer Grant’s Marquee Homepage

  • Name/Site: Velar Grant
  • PhotoShelter template: Marquee
  • Member since: Feb. 24th
  • Location: London, England
  • Specialty and background: A licensed member of National Union of Journalists in UK, Velar works as a freelance photojournalist for multiple agencies including Zuma Press, Alamy, Corbis and contributes to Getty Images. Her client list includes The Guardian, The Telegraph, Independent, Le Matin, and more. In 2011 Velar was awarded Picture of The Year II Prize in Human Rights Observer in Germany – and she is currently working on a few personal projects, including Orthodox pilgrims in Poland and migrant communities in France.

Feature image by Velar Grant

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