Project Edge

Amplify stories of humans who engage the sharp edge of life in order to do good in the world.

There are three key pieces to a successful EDGE session: a willing participant, a guided or shared adventure and personal growth. These three combine to create a moment in which trust is shared, reflection facilitated and an image captured. These portrait sessions have been described by participants as a kind of therapy session. I work through a timeline: what brought you here, how have you grown while here, how do you use that in your work moving forward. The questions are personal; I dive deep and at times it is uncomfortable. The questions are demanding. I realize that this is when I see my subjects and my own best self in action.


Rhiannon Klee

My style relates directly to my time studying Mandala painting in Nepal. My instructor continually made me start over until I got it right. Eventually, I learned that the more I let go of the specific outcome, the more flow I would find (and the less shaky my hand would be). I've adapted the meditative style of mandala painting with a subconscious flow where I don't think too much about the colors or shapes but rather let my mood or feelings surrounding the subject influence my choices. In this way, I feel magic can be made and the art is truly reflective of a specific moment in time.

Rob Gibson

Spoken Work Poet – Performer – Visual Artist

Julia Luft

Julia enjoys early mornings, good coffee, and bad puns. She likes traveling and running around outside almost as much as she enjoys hiding away in the studio pushing paint around.

Focusing on people and human interaction as her primary subject matter, Julia sources her content from experiences and conversations with both strangers and loved ones alike.

Evy Veikos

Kicking Ass - Moving forward

Rhianna Leigh Stallard

Painting is my oxygen. I’ve spent most of my life with a brush in my hand. Over the years I’ve danced between it being my profession and my escape. At this point, I’m content having it be the thing that I do that makes time stand still. I do it for the love of it and I’m happy to share that love with the world.

Elyse DeLisle

I am a self-taught printmaker, living on the road and sharing my experiences through print.

Printmaking began as an act of catharsis in my adult life. It has since grown to fill a more meaningful space where I can lead with my heart.

Today, I live and work in my 1986 travel trailer, which was gutted and renovated by hand, to serve as home base and a mobile print studio. I travel the United States with my sketchbook in tow, seeking new experiences to lean into and root myself. I’m constantly looking for new ways to share ideas through my sketchbook and connect people with the outdoors through print.


Don Ray Stevens

Illustrator. Graphic Artist

Donny has worked with a broad range of people around the world to increase their recognition through the visual inspiration of art.Donny understands the importance of grabbing an onlookers’ interest by creating designs and art that colorfully capture the imaginations of those passing by.He has helped establish and build many companies ranging in size from small local breweries, like Martin House Brewing to the globally recognized organizations including Ocean Preservation Society, OPS.In his spare time, you can find Donny speaking about philosophy on long nature hikes with his friends, until the drugs wear off and he realizes that he was slurring dad jokes to pigeons in an abandoned Denny’s parking lot.

Tell difficult truths
— Sterling Hundley

Hannah Viano

Artist. Illustrator

Living and creating in Washington’s Methow Valley. Her work is done with an x-acto knife and paper, using simple tools to create graphic images and capture the essential lines of a place or subject. Her projects strive to combine science, art, and natural history in ways that foster appreciation for our environment, kindle curiosity and develop sense of place. Beyond original art pieces, this comes to life in children’s books, teaching residencies, and public art installations.


Instagram: @hannahviano


Andrea Slusarski

Artist. Teacher. Adventure Seeker.

Andrea Slusarski is a painter and educator from Denver, Colorado. Drawing from the landscapes she surrounds herself in, her work aims to capture the place of exploration and feeling of nature. She hopes to inspire adventure in others and enjoy the process of creating in the great outdoors.


Instagram: @drawingfromnature


Steven Streisguth

Multidisciplinary Designer. Artist. Cyclist.

After his first Legendeer experience, Steven could no longer endure being stuck inside his studio space after his 9-5 gig, so he decided to start putting in some saddle time on the roads and trails of Northern California. Armed with just a brush pen and jersey-pocket sized sketchbook, he began jotting down quick landscape studies in between bites of Clif bars during breaks on his training rides. This unusual combination of activities quickly gained the attention of other riders, and was the beginning of many of friendships in both the cycling and design communities. Most importantly, it was through this practice that Steven discovered how significantly these two communities overlapped, forming a supportive network for all aspects of his personal and professional interests.


Instagram: @lowfi_steve

Jason Chapman

Illustrator. Mixed Media. Guide

Jason creates with the purpose of educating, advocating and inspiring others to live intentionally and passionately. The largely conceptual nature of his work focuses on inciting an emotional response to social, political and scientific issues. Ultimately, through honest, objective and authentic visual reporting grounded by his personal experiences, he aims to promote behavior that is proactive, rather than simply reactive, and to facilitate positive change in the world.

Jason’s work is heavily influenced by his passions for the outdoors, science, history, environmental issues and cultural studies. Also, he particularly draws inspiration from Renaissance paintings, vintage propaganda art and Japanese sumi ink paintings. Jason has a MFA in Illustration, a PhD in Biochemistry and has been a climbing and backpacking guide in Alaska for nearly a decade. He lives in Park City, UT.


Instagram: @jasonchapman

Martin Lutz

Painter. Concept Designer

Los Angeles based artist Martin Lutz work tends to focus on the darker side of the fantastic. Using both watercolor and digital tools, his paintings mix abstract and geometric design with realistically rendered elements.


Instagram: @lutzbot


Harriet Webb

Illustrator. Printmaker.

Hailing from England, Harry mainly works from observational and on location drawings. She creates layered images for use in print, publishing, products and illustrative design projects. She holds a Masters of Illustration from the Arts University of Bournemouth where she specialized in drawing as enquiry and printmaking but currently works for the National Trust on the amazing Brownsea Island located in Dorset.

Harry's work stems from her love of being outdoors and the beauty of the natural world. She has a passion for the outside, choosing to spent time out amongst the elements as well as back in the studio, and using drawing and printmaking to document and describe people, the environment and narratives.


Instagram: @harryloves2draw

Nicholas Elias


Based in Long Island, New York, Nick approaches every piece with a focus on narrative and emotion. He has a passion for adventure and a love for history and mythology. His aim as an artist is to ignite one’s imagination, engage with emotions empathetically, and transport the audience to another time and place.


Instagram: @eliasillustration

Jordan EuDaly

Mixed Media

An ordinary girl with an extraordinary desire to celebrate the image of God in people, places, nature and patterns on earth through mixed media art


Instagram: @jordanhaleyart

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