I’ve always had a curiosity for exploring spaces and a desire to describe what I see to others. I began to use drawing and painting as tools to create imaginary buildings as a child. Since then I developed my discerning eye for describing space while earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and studying Architecture at Ball State University. There I built several pinhole cameras in pursuit of a simple machine that could record the essence of a space. This quest led me to New York City where I showed my fine art pinhole photographs and began my commercial photography training. Starting out using a 4×5 view camera and film, I built relationships with architects, designers, art directors, and editors. Always focused on remaining efficient and getting projects published, I quickly adapted to using digital capture. Today, my goal is to be a visual storyteller who describes the unfolding of a space by using my camera.
Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina
English, Spanish, French
French-Argentinian photojournalist and visual storyteller, based in Buenos Aires Aires and working in Latin-America. I photograph what I live rather than what I see, in total immersion in the heart of territories or stories that cross me personally, connected with current societal issues like identity, migration , women’s rights and territory with a transdisciplinary approach from drawing to performance.
I’m a Pulitzer Center grantee ( 2021/2020), a CNAP – National Center for visual arts ( 2021), a National Geographic Emergency Fund Recipient ( 2020), a WE WOMEN grantee by Photoville and Women Photograph (2019-2020), a MOVING WALLS fellow by Open Society Foundations ( 2018-2020) and a International Women’s Media Foundation grantee and fellow ( 2017/2018/2020). I’ve been nominated twice to the 6×6 Global talent program by the World Press photo and selected for the Eddie Adams Workshop XXXIV in 2021.
I’ve worked for The New York Times, TIME, Bloomberg, Washington Post, Le Monde, Amnesty, and published inDays Japan, Wired, Geo Magazine among others. I exhibited my work in Argentina, France, Uruguay, Mexico, Spain and USA. I’m a visual storytelling teacher and lecturer in Argentina and with Strudelmedia Live and Pulitzer Center. I also give community engagement workshops since 2014.
Based in Hildisrieden, Switzerland
Urs Bigler had an early insight into the world of photography, having been “brought up” in his father’s studio. He is constantly looking for new challenges in his commercial and personal projects.
Urs’ diverse artistic style has ensured that he has been included in Lürzer’s Archive ‘200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide’ in recent years, and has been nominated several times for the AOP Awards.
Jon Enoch is an award-winning lifestyle and portrait photographer with a bold, uncomplicated approach to his images. His commercial photography work sees him shooting in the advertising, lifestyle, editorial and corporate sectors for NGOs, design firms and advertising agencies; as well as directly for brands. Jon’s work has earned him widespread recognition, from being featured in international news media to multiple nominations for Celebrity Photographer of the Year to the Professional Publishers Association’s Best Magazine Cover. His work Body and Mind won the Non-Commissioned Portraits Series in the highly prestigious AOP Awards 2015. He was nominated again in both 2016 and 2017. ‘Bikes of Hanoi’ won gold in the Paris Photo Prize 2019. Equally at home on location or in the studio, clients include: Wiggle, Norwegian Airlines, Sport Magazine, Ketchum, Fabulous, Skoda, The Times, Forever Sports, The RNLI, Philips, EA Sports, Addison Lee, ES Magazine and The Royal British Legion.
Erich Saide is an award-winning photographer whose clients come back to him time and time again for his crisp, highly polished imagery. From soft and sensual to edgy and dramatic, his stylized, cleanly executed photos use incredible lighting to capture a diverse range of moods. After more than 19 years in the business, Erich’s body of work spans an impressive breadth of styles and industries. Winner of the Communication Arts 58th Photography Annual Competition and his work has also graced the pages of Elle Canada, and is the recipient of the L’Oreal Colour Trophy. Born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Vancouver, BC, Canada Erich’s passion for photography led him to study commercial photography at Langara College before embarking on a career in music, fashion, commercial and advertising photography, both locally and abroad.
The studio is located in Vancouver’s historic Gastown district. Highly motivated, energetic and full of passion for his craft, whether it’s in the studio, on location, or by the side of a film set, Erich is happiest when he’s creating powerful and dynamic images.
Christian fell in love with photography in B.C, learned the trade in Toronto, and established himself as a freelancer in Montreal. Today, Christian makes a living by photographing and filming people and places. His documentary style is a mixture of patience, intuition, and perspective. He uses this to shoot architecture for companies such as Graziani-Corazza, Canderel, and Ivanhoé Cambridge. His documentary style is also often seen in magazines such as his latest assignment for Canadian Geographics featuring the Cree community of Oujé-Bougoumou. On a more social note, Christian has been fully involved with CAPIC mentor, council member, and even national president. He also is co-founder of l’Archipel, a group of seven artists sharing space, equipment, ideas, projects, and wine.
I am a commercial and editorial photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. The youngest of four kids in a military family, there were five stamps in my passport by the time I was five years old. My father retired from the air force just before I entered kindergarten and we moved to North Florida where life became more predictable. A few years later, I began to take pictures (mostly of my pets and friends) with my mom’s point-and-shoot to entertain myself and also because I loved going to K-Mart where I could sit at the counter and talk to people while waiting for my prints to shuffle out of the machine. my work is a combination of storytelling and portraiture, often with a focus on social issues. My roots are in the American south and I am as passionate about doing work here as any other place in the world. I am a Spanish-speaker (also fluent in non-verbal communication) and have worked extensively in central and south America, Europe, and Asia.
Adam Senatori is a photographer, director, and creative studio based in Madison, Wisconsin.
His background informs his creative interpretations, chosen mediums, artistic impressions, and relationships. Dad is an art director, and his mom is an art historian, he spent considerable time as a kid on photosets, in darkrooms, and museums. Later in life, he chased a dream of becoming a pilot and ultimately becoming an airline Captain.
Airline industry turmoil and uncertainty caused him to re-evaluate his goals and pivot to his creative roots establishing an independent, creative studio in 2005. Since he’s worked globally on campaigns and commissions for brands like General Electric, Ray-Ban, Louis Vuitton, OnePlus, Red Bull, Icelandair, and OFF! He’s also worked for the smallest of small businesses right around the corner.
Adam helps brands discover (or rediscover), who they are, where they’ve been, and where they want to go. Returning to what’s essential, stripping away what’s not. Connecting dots. This is the path to great work.
Based in New York, New York
FRAME is a family of photographers and filmmakers who believe in well-told stories. We’ve partnered with individuals, startups, and global companies to capture their voice and tell their story.
For us, it all starts with relationships. We don’t believe in one-off transactions. Rather, we want to build your trust by being great at what we do and collaborating for your future. We’ve worked with our best clients for years doing just that, through photography, video, and visual media.
Derek Israelsen is a Utah-based commercial photographer with an emphasis on Product, Lifestyle, and Editorial Photography. Derek’s attention to detail and ability to shape/ manipulate natural light allows him to create exceptional imagery for products, portraits, and commercials. It was Derek’s talent and eye that got him into business, but it is his consistent quality that has kept him in business for over 18 years.
Although based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Derek is well-traveled. Some of his favorite places include the Dominican Republic, Prague, Salzburg, Oahu, the Black Forest, and flying around the skies!
I am a Corporate, Advertising, Fine Art Portrait, and Wedding photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. I started out as a documentary photographer in New York and evolved to shooting corporate and personal assignments that have an editorial and evocative style.
Much of my photography, whether it be portraits, corporate photojournalism or weddings, has an authentic, modern and intimate approach that has been very successful for the imagery I create for my clients.
I like street photography, American muscle cars, 60’s movies, and tropical locations. I love photographing people whether it’s in the studio, on location or in the street.
I’m available for assignment worldwide.
I was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1985 and am currently based in Las Vegas working as a freelance photographer. Select clients include The Associated Press, Bloomberg, BuzzFeed, Getty Images, The New York Times, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Amazon and Discovery Communications.
Prior to Vegas I freelanced for five years in Nashville, hustled five years in New York City (freelance, editor, gallery/photo book publisher, educator) and before that earned a Bachelor of Journalism from The University of Texas at Austin. Portions of my back archive are syndicated by Redux Pictures.
Commercial and editorial photographer concentrating in portraiture, lifestyle, action sports and outdoor living. If it’s outside, I love to shoot it! I live and work full time on the road, spending most of my time in the Southwest and West in general. I create work for brands and publications all over the country. Being mobile allows me to be nimble and anywhere my clients need, at a moments notice. My passion is connecting with makers to share their stories from material to product.
Based in Gesher, Israel
Dutch, English, Hebrew, Russian
Roman (Ronny) Rozenberg is an independent photographer and visual artist. His journalistic work was published in the New York Times, Die Welt, STERN, Guardian, Haaretz, Global Post, NPR, Huffington Post and other national and international publications. His personal work tends to blend layers of fictional and imaginative, in order to retrace and reimagine alternative realities that are hiding behind the ones revealing themselves to us as ‘facts on the ground’.
Based in Johannesburg, South Africa
I have always had a vivid imagination and restless spirit. Growing up, I resisted routine. I dreamt in moving and still images. I imagined the light that burns inside people shining outward, giving colour to space and objects, spreading like long fingers over my community to move life like a musician makes music. The things I imagined told the story of my life and all its contradictions; more than anything, I wanted to capture that life. Soon, I discovered photography and the means of capturing it was in my hands. The beauty in the everyday existence of ordinary people that I once imagined became the subject of my art, through which I capture images focusing on the human face and its unique ability to convey a person’s spirit. There is nothing else like it. My photographs are thus inspired by the ineffable and under-appreciated quality of the human face as unlike anything else in existence. It is, on one level, as profane as any body part, made of flesh and common enough among people; and yet our faces are unmatched in their abilities to reveal, if even fleetingly, something divine. Through portraiture – indeed, the photographic study of the face – my work emphasizes that which reveals us and conceals us, defines and perplexes us, moves and stupefies us, eludes and demands knowing. My portraits depict the intersectionality of the human face as a liminal subject joining the sacred and profane.
Gritty, intimate, honest photography casting light on the unique characters and stories that are shaping our future. Bringing life experience from global travels to military service, award winning photographer Tom Kubik evokes the infallible beauty of real human connection through lifestyle and portrait photography.
Melissa Amy Shanahan and Chelsea Rose Nye are the powerhouse duo—hey, we’re just telling it like it is—behind Amy Rose Photography. With two decades of professional experience, Melissa and Chelsea bring a united vision and next-level passion to every single project. They just click. Pun intended.
After years spent in corporate communication, Melissa left to chase a more fulfilling creative dream in photography. Chelsea picked up her first camera when she was a kid, and kicked off her professional career at a local portrait studio at 16. Melissa and Chelsea’s backgrounds couldn’t be more different, but they’re absolutely in sync in their dedication to creating impactful and—we’ll just say it—kick-ass imagery.
When they’re not working with clients (and making magic on set), Melissa and Chelsea are grabbing life by the you-know-whats, adventuring, globe-trotting it up, and drinking in new cultures.
Clients include Wayfair, Birch Lane, All Modern, Joss & Main, Berkshire, Lucidity Lights, Wolverine Worldwide, Perigold, Brilli, Innocor, Rafi Nova, Pacific Retail Capital Partners, and True Scoops.
Amy Rose Photography works locally out of New York and Boston, and is looking to expand to opportunities beyond.
Gabriella Marks is a San Franciscan expat music shooter turned chef-and-farmer groupie. She arrived in New Mexico on pure intuition, but knows why she stays: the spectacular high desert light, the lenticular clouds, and the humbling experience of urging a single squash plant from the dry clay soil and ancient pueblo pottery shards in the garden. Her respect for, and relationships with, the farmers and chefs in the region grows daily.
A recognized name in the regional food world, Gabriella has been expanding her horizons to encompass lifestyle and portrait work in the Southwest and beyond.
From a working perspective, she’s driven to discover in every single shot an opportunity to frame moments and light in harmonious and striking detail. Perhaps the most single most powerful thing she has learned is how essential good listening – to the client, to the subject, to the environment – is crucial to creating the right image.
Gabriella lives just a touch north of Santa Fe out in the wilds of Pojoaque with her very short and rather long chiweenie, and an opinionated flock of little feathered dinosaurs, commonly known as garden variety backyard chickens.
Based in Oaxaca de Juarex, Mexico
Michael Toolan’s body of editorial, commercial, and fine art work has been published and exhibited internationally. His clients include Penguin Random House, CNBC, The Wall St. Journal, El País, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, American India Foundation, and the Rainforest Alliance. His images have also appeared in The New York Times, and Photo District News. Michael divides his time between New York City, and Oaxaca City, and is available for commissions.
I have made it my life’s goal to be as creative as possible and hopefully in doing so will convey the world through its subtle beauty. I have a particular passion for capturing photographs that convey the world of sports through its subtle beauty.
Raised in Washington, D.C., I earned a BA from Colgate University. I have had the privilege to attend the Eddie Adams Workshop Barnstorm XXIII as a student in 2010 and be the 2011 Sports Photographer Intern at Getty Images in New York City.
Since 2012, I have served as the official team photographer the Washington Capitals NHL hockey team, and previously served as the official team photographer for the Washington Nationals baseball club. In addition to my responsibilities as team photographer, I have covered almost every major sporting event including the Olympics.
I am available for assignments worldwide and can be reached at any time of the day or night by phone or email. When not photographing, I can be found training for marathons and spending time with my family and teacup yorkie Gus.
Based in San Luis Obispo, California
Laura currently lives on the California coast, working locally in San Francisco and Los Angeles. She received her BFA in Fine Art from the California College of the Arts, and was selected as one of PDN’s 30 Photographers to Watch in 2014. She loves to travel, and is available for projects anywhere in the world.
Amazon, Target, Tiki Brand, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, HGTV, Chronicle Books, California Tourism Board, Domino Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, and Kashi to name a few.