Babes Ride Out

zine

Photography Collaboration | Andrea Dosouto

PhotographersAnya Violet

For the Babes Ride Out Volume II Zine we have featured 9 talented photographers that captured BRO4 through their lens. Meet Andrea! You can pick up one of the limited edition Zines by clicking HERE. 

Andrea DoSouto was born in Galicia, Spain and discovered her love for photography at 16. She committed to her craft by relocating to Barcelona and earning a degree with honors in Photo Journalism at the University. Andrea's passion to capture moments in time was honed by spending countless hours in the streets photographing the hustle and bustle of city life, including her many friends skateboarding. Her action-style photographs tempered with an acute emotional awareness for her subjects became her unique style - one that his highly sought after by publications and international brands. From Nike and RVCA to Transworld and Monster Children, her visual interpretation of the spontaniety of life command attention and are recognizable upon sight.  Currently residing in California, Andrea's love for travel equates to several ports, from Havana to Berlin, as home.

Photography Collaboration | Yve Assad

PhotographersAnya Violet

For the Babes Ride Out Volume II Zine we have featured 9 talented photographers that captured BRO4 through their lens. Meet Yve! You can pick up one of the limited edition Zines by clicking HERE. 

Yve Assad, is a photographer and rider based in Nashville, Tennessee, but her home is mainly on the road. She’s been documenting motorcycle culture, racing and lifestyle, for the past decade and has worked for clients such as Triumph, Harley-Davidson and Kawasaki. Her travels have taken her all over the United States and as far as India. In 2014, she completed a 5000 mile solo journey to Nova Scotia on the 1976 BMW R90/6 her husband gave her as an engagement ring. If she’s not working, she’s most likely on a backroad somewhere exploring for new adventures. More of her work can be seen at www.yvephoto.com.

 

Photography Collaboration | Genevieve Davis

PhotographersAnya Violet

For the Babes Ride Out Volume II Zine we have featured 9 talented photographers that captured BRO4 through their lens. Meet Genevieve! You can pick up one of the limited edition Zines by clicking HERE. 

"Genevieve Davis is a full time photographer born and raised in Southern California. When she's not busy photographing you can find her ripping around on her Sportster, exploring California through hikes & camp trips, swimming in the pacific, playing her ukulele, or roller skating, often accompanied by her friends, family and\or her dog Bandit."

Photography Collaboration | Cindy Dulong

PhotographersAnya Violet

For the Babes Ride Out Volume II Zine we have featured 9 talented photographers that captured BRO4 through their lens. Meet Cindy! You can pick up one of the limited edition Zines by clicking HERE. 

Cindy DuLong is a Los Angeles- based photographer, residing in South Pasadena, CA. At 19, she was gifted with her first camera - a Minolta X700, which inspired her lifelong love and practice of photography. Born in Chicago but having spent most of her formative years in Phoenix, Cindy has played a vital part of documenting the things she loves, including the motorcycle community in both California and Arizona.

Her fascination with the art form has inspired the use of any camera she can get her hands on - including both digital or film. She started photographing motorcycles and the people in the motorcycle community eight years ago - having found it to be a great community to be involved in. She enjoys being a part of the kinship that shares her love of motorcycles and riding. She loves street photography, dogs, creme brulee, traveling, and red wine.

Photography Collaboration | Heidi Zumbrun

PhotographersAnya Violet

For the Babes Ride Out Volume II Zine we have featured 9 talented photographers that captured BRO4 through their lens. Meet Heidi! You can pick up one of the limited edition Zines by clicking HERE. 

Born in Northern California, Heidi is a life-long photographer & motorcyclist who currently resides in the City of Angels. With roots seated deeply in the motorcycle world, her vision provides a unique & candid photographic diary of bike culture. Zumbrun’s editorial perspective is fueled by a love of two wheels and the lifestyle that goes along with it...her lifestyle: one foot out the door and bags packed for the next adventure.

Heidi received a BFA from UC Santa Barbara and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo exhibits and has been included in many group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally. Her photographs are included in the permanent collection of the SFMOMA, Berkeley Museum, Denver Museum, and the Ulrich Museum. Zumbrun is also a recipient of the Phelan Award, Alexander Gerbode Foundation Award, and the Artadia Fund for Art & Dialogue. Her clients include TRIUMPH & HUSQVARNA and her moto images have been featured in DICE, PLAYBOY, CYCLE WORLD, MOTORCYCLIST, URBAN MOTO, GLAMOUR, & KQED online . See more of her work at heidizumbrun.com or instagram @sprocketz

 

Photography Collaboration | Lindsay Lohden

PhotographersAnya Violet

For the Babes Ride Out Volume II Zine we have featured 9 talented photographers that captured BRO4 through their lens. Meet Lindsay! You can pick up one of the limited edition Zines by clicking HERE. 

I fell in love with photography as far back as I can remember. I can remember being 10 years old and being in awe of photos from magazines and starting to collect them. By my early teens my bedroom walls were covered with a collage of photographs I was inspired by. I started to show a real personal interest in photography in college when my father gave me my first camera, his film camera Canon FT/QL which I still own and continue to shoot with. From there I ended up starting to take photography more seriously and got my BFA in Art History and Photography.  After college I knew I wanted to be behind a camera, somewhere in the arena of fashion, but life unpredictably pushed me into another direction, the styling and wardrobe part of shoots. I ended up working as a wardrobe stylist for over a decade. I then segued into becoming a Photo and Style Editor for a music magazine which gave me the opportunity to combine a handful of my interests: photography, fashion and music. I handled all the imagery in the magazine, as I produced all the shoots from the cover to 8 pages of fashion.  During that time in my career, I put my camera down for awhile and focused on the production side of photo shoots. However since then I started freelancing in the commercial photo world, started shooting again and simultaneously developed a huge love for the world of two wheels, one of my favorite subcultures to shoot. In the past 6 years, I’ve been lucky enough to submerge myself in the aspects of the moto culture, the community that surrounds it and capture people, especially women doing what they love. I’m so grateful I get to be a part of such an incredible community of inspiring badass women; the friendships and bonds I’ve created because of this community has been beyond priceless.