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  • Aurélien Bergot: Geneva Public Transportation

    Jun 23, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Geneva-based photographer Aurélien Bergot was contacted by Base Design, The Communication Agency, to create a new project for the Geneva Public Transport (TPG). They knew Aurélien was perfect for the job because of his excellent lifestyle pictures and great reputation.
  • Lisa Godfrey: Small Farms in the Adirondacks

    Jun 22, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Philadelphia-area photographer, Lisa Godfrey had been documenting the small farms in the Adirondacks for the last few years. Adirondack Life Magazine Art Director, Kelly Hofschneider wanted her to contribute photos for a larger story on farm revival in the area. Lisa was excited to contribute to the magazine so she was happy to accept...
  • Doug Levy: Financial Times Olympians Program

    Jun 21, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Earlier this year, Financial Times Editor, Michael Crabtree contacted Boston-based photographer Doug Levy about shooting a story on Dartmouth College's Next Step program. Next Step is a subsidized certificate program that prepares veterans, athletes and others who want to transition from the field to the workplace. Doug was thrilled for the opportunity....
  • Brooke Fitts: Twin Peaks

    Jun 20, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    American Way Magazine Photo Editor, Mark Mantenga headed to Wonderful Machine and found Brooke Fitts, a Seattle-based photographer who was more than happy to accept the assignment of photographing the town of North Bend, Washington where Twin Peaks was originally shot.
  • David Ellis: High School Hockey

    Jun 19, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Before Minneapolis native David Ellis became a photographer, he was a hockey fan. Having followed St. Paul Academy and Summit School (SPA) for some time, David witnessed the better part of a 41-year state tournament drought. When the Spartans fell just short of the championship in 2016, David decided to embed himself with the team and document their 2017 run.
  • Shea Evans: Life in Technicolor

    Jun 16, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Reno-based food photographer, Shea Evans had a predicament. Having just come from a shoot, Shea had experienced some color temperature mixing issues when working with different light sources. He began experimenting with gels in an attempt to solve the problem and he was so intrigued with his results that this experimentation quickly turned into a personal project.
  • Paul Owen: Target

    Jun 15, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Minneapolis-based photographer Paul Owen already had a long and productive relationship with the retailing giant, Target when he was commissioned to shoot one of its Weekly Ads.
  • Rocco Ceselin: American Ninja Warrior

    Jun 14, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    In addition to his thriving freelance photography business, Los Angeles-based Rocco Ceselin is a staff photographer for Emmy Magazine. Recently, Richard Bleiweiss, the photo editor at Emmy Magazine gave Rocco an assignment that involved photographing American Ninja Warrior contestants on-set.
  • Stephen Devries: Table for Twenty

    Jun 13, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Birmingham-based photographer Stephen DeVries had shot for Coastal Living Magazine in the past. Covering everything from food to still life to travel, Stephen had a great working relationship with the magazine. When he received a call about the possibility of shooting for the publication again, he was immediately excited and jumped at the opportunity.
  • Daeja Fallas: Samsung

    Jun 12, 2017
    Photographer Spotlight
    Although Los Angeles resident Daeja Fallas primarily focuses on lifestyle photography, she’s no stranger to high-production product shoots for big name brands. We recently caught up with Daeja to discuss her latest project for Samsung.
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