Where ONA Goes: Joshua Tree National Park With David Guenther

David Guenther explained to us after he returned from his trip to Joshua Tree National Park, “Hanging out with good friends, and some of the best photographers I know, is cool enough. Hanging out with them in one of the most unreal locations in the world is unbeatable.” A longtime Union Street owner and a more recent Camps Bay convert, David was most recently profiled on our blog almost exactly […]

Where ONA Goes: Canada with Kim Genevieve

Lifestyle and editorial photographer Kimberly Genevieve, based in Los Angeles, took her Camps Bay to explore two Canadian hot spots – Vancouver and Ottawa. Kim’s editorials merge California’s sun-kissed surfer aesthetic with chic urban fashion influences. She pulls inspiration for her work from bright colors, everyday life, and the […]

Photographer Profile: James Seymour-Lock

The team at ONA loves to highlight emerging photographers and feature established photographers: it’s less about renown or experience and more about the feelings stirred by the images created. We’re constantly amazed by the incredible variety of photographers who use ONA bags: there’s no standard […]

Photographer Profile: Zach Glassman

The team at ONA loves to highlight emerging photographers and feature established photographers: it’s less about renown or experience and more about the feelings stirred by the images created. We’re constantly amazed by the incredible variety of photographers who use ONA bags: there’s no standard […]

Where the ONA Goes with Paul Octavious

Paul Octavious is one of those upbeat, creative spirits that we can just barely keep up with: we’re constantly in awe of his clever take on the commonplace (have you seen how beautifully he organizes his books?) and the genuine kindness and enthusiasm for life […]

Photographer Profile: Olivia Rae James

We’re not sure if Olivia Rae James is always in beautiful places or just has the ability to make any place beautiful, but we are certain that we always want to hop right into the sunshine-soaked frame. The Charleston-based photographer is the ultimate example of […]

What’s in Geoff Duncan’s Camps Bay

Between product and lifestyle photo shoots, we have plenty of chances to experiment with how much gear can fit in each ONA and how to style each bag. But we’re always inspired and impressed by how real-life ONA owners manage to make the bags work […]

Photographer Profile: Kenny Kim

It’s hard not to look at Kenny Kim’s life and think: man, he’s doing something right. As one of the industry’s most respected destination wedding photographers, Kenny travels all over the world capturing the special moments of a couples’ most special day. He manages to […]

Photographer Profile: JerSean Golatt

We first noticed JerSean Golatt when he shared a photo with his Camps Bay on Instagram: the backpack (of course!) had survived a mountain hike, his pants had not. Once we started following him on social networks, his creative composition, travel adventures and ever-present optimism kept […]

Photographer Profile: Zach Ancell

The best photos often come when the photographer can blend a personal passion with his professional work. That’s certainly the case with Zach Ancell, an athlete-turned-photographer who specializes in commercial sports photography. Zach identifies more as an athlete than an artist, but there’s no doubt […]

Photographer Profile: Andrew Ryan Shepherd

“Live a quiet life. Work with your hands.” Such is a quote that resonates with photographer/videographer Andrew Ryan Shepherd. This southern native (he’s lived in Mississippi, Arkansas and most recently Texas) resonates that philosophy in his day-to-day life. We know through experience. We met Andrew serendipitously […]