The ONA Journal
Photographer Profile: Wesley Taylor
We love portrait and lifestyle photographer Wesley Taylor's vision of helping people "celebrate the things that make life worth living—spending time with those you love; enjoying good food, drinks and music; and creating a home that refreshes and reflects who you are."
Photographer Profile: Carrie Hartsfield
"The impacts of global warming are right in my face. I see them and feel them everyday. Having these things in front of me challenges me to share their story with others."
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Where ONA Goes: Mortimer House, London
A first look at our new London capsule, shot at Mortimer House, a six-story members' club and co-working space in central London.
Introducing the Sevilla camera strap
A first look at our new strap—handcrafted from premium leather—and the story behind the name.
Announcing our London Community Photowalk
Join the ONA team and notable members of our London community for a free photowalk—and a chance to be the first to see some of our spring releases.
Photographer Profile: Laura Austin
"I treat the environment as if it were a character in a story I’m trying to tell. From where I stand, it is of equal importance as any person in the photo."
Handcrafted: How an ONA bag is made
ONA's creative director shares a behind-the-scenes look at the quality and craft that goes into every piece in the core ONA collection.
Joe and Maddie Greer for ONA
Lost for a day in the timeless heart of New York City.
Brandon Ruffin: Bringing Muted Voices To Life
With the camera I had the power to bring stories into the light that often were overlooked. I began to find myself in those silent communities, talking to people.
Brooke Holm: Teaching Young Storytellers in the Bronx
The moment the cameras touched their hands I could feel their excitement radiating around the classroom.
Daniel C. White: Capturing Sacred Moments
The gift of their very first portrait had nothing to do with the photo itself, but of what it took for Bennu and Darkar to get to this particular moment in time.
Photographer Profile: Andrew Kearns
"I want to inspire people to get outside by expressing exactly how I feel when I’m in the environment that I’m in."