Tim Lampe and Ren Adkins, the duo behind Atlanta’s Very Clever, recently photographed Alissa Bertrand, the designer behind sustainable clothing line Jabella Fleur for Atlanta Magazine. Their bold portraits capture the essence of Alissa’s playful and colorful designs and the inspiration behind the line — her kids.
Los Angeles-based photographer and director Jason Elias is a lifelong Angeleno, but his wife hails from a rural farm in North Dakota and grew up just outside a town of only 200 people. This connection led him to pursue a personal project centered around capturing farmers (and family) during the harvest in North Dakota.
Tokyo-based photographer Irwin Wong’s work for cosmetics company SK-II documents the stories of female small business owners. The multimedia project is part of a web-based experience in which viewers can explore a virtual street with interactive elements that showcase the vendors and their stories.
Newport, KY-based photographer Jeremy Kramer never thought he’d experience flying on a tiny two-seater plane, let alone that he’d be photographing vintage planes from the seat of one. Through this editorial assignment, he gets to fly ‘tailwheel’ and capture the planes (and the long family history) behind Red Stewart Airfield for Cincinnati Magazine.
Colorado-based photographer and filmmaker Sean F. Boggs’ recent work for PBS show Humans: The World Within captures a diverse cast of people with fascinating stories. The show, which is now streaming on NETFLIX, is a five-episode docu-series that explores the human body’s inner workings through human-centered-personal stories.
Lawrence, Kansas-based photographer Earl Richardson’s latest set of wet plate portraits were commissioned by the Emerson Collective as part of their ongoing photo series titled “America Seen.” The organization, which focuses on education, immigration reform, the environment, media, and journalism, devised this series to reflect the varied experiences of American photographers across the country.
They say, “it’s not what you know, but who you know.” While that’s not entirely true – knowledge is power – and in order to be successful, photographers need to have ready access to all sorts of information.
Documentary photographer Nick St. Oegger has been living and working in the Western Balkans since 2013. Since moving to the region, he has found inspiration in unexpected places. Nick’s latest project, “The Big Smoke,” allows us a look at a historically important European city plagued by a dense cloud of smog during its winter months.
Columbus, Ohio-based photographer Kirk Irwin has been professionally photographing sports for the past 14 years. His most recent project, a book encompassing his work with Ohio State Athletics, is the culmination of many years of covering the genre.
Lincoln, Nebraska, has a population of 300 thousand people with a thriving economy and high quality of life but is relatively unknown outside of Nebraska. Local photographer Kathy Plunkett’s images for the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau aim to change that by shining a light on the area as a travel destination and a great place to live and work.
On paper, photographer Dalton Johnson is technically California-based, but his home base is wherever his van takes him. Whether that’s the coast or the mountains, Dalton lives and breathes the adventure life every day. His latest endeavor brought him to Baja California in Mexico to shoot a project for Big Agnes, an outdoor company that specializes in tents, sleeping bags, and gear.
Nashville, Tennessee-based photographer Maria Clark recently documented wedding cake artist Rachel Schut’s baking and decorating process. The images, which will be used to promote Rachel’s upcoming baking course, are the result of a collaboration between the cake genius behind RachCakes and our photographer.
In her latest campaign for VisitDallas, local photographer Inti St.Clair photographed places all around the city, including an exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art, The Kessler theatre, and the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, among others.
Milwaukee, WI-based photographer CJ Foeckler’s latest project for Spike Brewing captures the beer-making process and the people behind the brand who make small batch brewing equipment accessible for beer enthusiasts everywhere.