Luis Cerdeira is a Spain based photographer who specializes in corporate, industrial and architecture photography.
His work is frequently featured in annual reports, commercial brochures, corporate websites and corporate magazines.
He works quickly and efficiently, completing complex shoots with minimal disruption when photographing people at their work. He also stays in time and on budget bringing back useful and striking images to his clients.
His easygoing approach enables him to get the best out of any situation both editorial and corporate assignments.
Recent clients include Ferrovial, Sacyr, Applus+, DHL, Sener Engineering and Systems, Tragsa Group, Inbisa Group, General Directorate of Civil Protection, Dircom, Military Emergencies Unit, Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment.
I am an experienced photographer, multimedia producer and photo editor. I have covered a wide array of national and international stories for more than twelve years. This work has ranged from breaking visual news coverage of the fall of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt during the Arab Spring to in-depth stories following Syrian migrants in Eastern Europe and labor trafficking stories in New York. As an international photographer, I have extensive experience collaborating with reporters and translators in developing and illustrating stories in logistically challenging environments. As both a photographer and photo editor, I have coordinated and directed assignments with freelancers and worked with reporting teams to cover major sporting and political events on deadline. I have also worked closely with creative directors and designers to create feature packages and photo illustrations. I am experienced with industry standard video and image archiving and editing systems. My commercial photography and video clients include Harvard Business School, Good Jobs Institute, Greentown Labs and Holland & Knight Law Firm.
Julien is a Paris-based photographer, specialized in editorial portraits and reportages.
Born in 1986, he studied political sciences in Lyon, France and in Durban, South Africa. He started to work as a photojournalist in 2012, on assignment for various redactions such as Paris Match, Der Spiegel, Wired, Le Monde, Le Figaro Magazine, ICON, Forbes. He does personal projects in science, a field that he loves particularly. He travelled with archeologists in Mongolia, worked on falconry in the Emirates, photographed horseshoe crabs in the USA and followed poached pangolins rehabilitation in South Africa.
His work is published in TIME, GEO Germany, GEO France, Harper's BAZAAR, Die Zeit, Forbes, Rhythms Monthly, L'Obs, Libération, Grazia, etc.
Andreana Scanderbeg, Alexander Sauer (Scanderbeg Sauer)
Based in Zürich, Switzerland
Extremely loud, extremely dirty, extremely distant locations to most people – you can bet that there’s where they will be. Andreana Scanderbeg and Alexander Sauer work together as a team since 2005. Their experience, efficiency and can-do attitude enable them to master just about every production. Both live in Zurich and Munich and work worldwide.
I am a corporate and advertising photographer.
I am fascinated by genuine places and situations and I love working with real people, presenting them in an authentic, lively way. I also love to tell visual stories – translating into images what makes a company unique.
After studying Photography and English at UC Berkeley and Photography at FH Bielefeld, Germany, I chose Berlin as a home. I started working for magazines first, soon corporate and advertising projects followed, mainly in the field of portrait, people, and automotive photography.
I love traveling and I have extensive experience in working abroad – whether on my own for a reportage, with a larger team, or shooting alongside a video production.
My clients include: Airbnb, Allianz, Audi, BMW, Continental, Deutsche Bahn, E.on, Fraport, KPMG, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Rewe, SBB, Siemens, Swiss Life, UBS, Vattenfall, Volkswagen
Scott Gable Photography is actually a dynamic duo. Scott Gable is the man behind the camera, and Sarah Grzeskowiak keeps the wheels spinning smoothly. We live as full time nomads in a DIY Sprinter that Scott upfitted. As unabashed science and engineering nerds, we have been shooting the built world for some fantastic companies around the globe for more than 10 years.
Some of those fantastic companies include:
ALSTOM | BBDO | BROOKFIELD RENEWABLES | BUDWEISER | CALSPAN | CROWLEY WEBB | ESAB | ESPN | GE | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL & RESORTS | ING GROUP | NEW YORK TIMES | SAFRAN AEROSPACE | SIEMENS | SIERRA CLUB | SPECIALIST UK | TENARIS | TIM HORTONS | VOLVO | WALT DISNEY COMPANY
Based in Warsaw, Poland
English, French, Polish
I’m a French photographer based in Warsaw, Poland.
Originally from Paris, I have lived a good part of my life abroad, particularly in Asia.
I’ve been a full-time photographer most of my adulthood.
I made my first steps in this job with a documentary approach, which evolved over time into a slower, cleaner, more “commercial” style. Still, I feel my roots are in documentary and this comes through in my work as bold, punchy, and atmospheric images.
A life of traveling has made me comfortable in varieties of situations, flexible and instinctive, able to get results in all sorts of environments. Clients have trusted me on hundreds of assignments across over 30 countries.
I am also a coffee & beer enthusiast, herbal soap hunter, raw concrete addict, and retro design aficionado.
I have always been fascinated by photography. I was born in Colombia and lived in different countries growing up. I would use my dad's Leicas M-3s to shoot a variety of images that would catch my eye. After studying anthropology and cognitive psychology at the University of Texas, I moved to San Miguel de Allende where I took a photography course and I was hooked. I decided to study photography and now I make a living with what I truly love.
20 somewhat years later, I am very fortunate to be able to collaborate with clients with their photography and motion needs.
For over a decade, I have had the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse array of clients as a photojournalist and commercial photographer. Documenting a wide variety of spaces, individuals, and experiences; from comfortable luxury venues with Fairmont Hotels to combat training in austere conditions with the Department of Defense.
My approach to photography has been more of a process of self development rather than just treating it as a career—it’s about cultivating a sense of curiosity of the world, exploring outside my comfort zone, and connecting with people who I admire and find interesting.
What I’m most interested in are opportunities to create work that is worth sharing and to help those who I collaborate with engage with their audience on a deeper, more human level.
Ken is a Boston based commercial photographer specializing in location photography for editorial, advertising and corporate clients. His work has been featured in local and nationwide magazines and campaigns.
I make pictures primarily for editorial, corporate, science/technology, education, and advertising clients with a focus on environmental portraiture and story telling style documentary photography. Everything from landscape to food, architecture, fashion is fair game though. Love getting the call, collaborating on the process and engaging with new subjects.
Born in Switzerland, DANIEL HAGER is a Zurich based photographer, director and cinematographer.
He likes to be outdoors. Loves cities, remote valleys and a good coffee.
He likes traveling, enjoying the aura of the places and people he discovers, the lights, the magnanimity.
All of these experiences have helped to built his artistic style.
Based in Copenhagen, Denmark
British photographer Alastair Philip Wiper (Hamburg, 1980) has received international recognition for his work in the industrial, scientific and architectural fields. Alastair’s signature is defined by a unique understanding of lines and symmetry, colour and contrast, often combined with dark humour. As well as working commercially for brands such as Google and Nikon, his work is regularly featured in publications such as Wired, Vice, Scientific American and The Guardian. His prints are included in the collections of institutions such as the Design Museum in London, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Bank Vontobel in Zurich, and he has produced several books, including Unintended Beauty (Hatje Cantz, 2020) and The Art of Impossible (Thames & Hudson, 2015). Alastair has exhibited at institutions such as The Royal Institute of British Architects, London and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design (MADD), Bordeaux, France.
Based in Los Angeles, California
In the beginning he aspired to smuggle gems from Sri Lanka and live on the island of Fatu Hiva where Gauguin painted. Instead moved to Micronesia and got lost for two years. Fell in lust. Slid down a coconut tree; very painful. Saw a blue moon. Was attacked by sharks but got lucky. Built houses, speared fish, Fell in love. Went home empty handed. Went to school, got bored then graduated. Lived in Mexico, fell in love, got drunk with a cartel hit man. Lived in Indian village, broke two ribs, lost all his money on a cock fight, got lost in a cave but now is found. Published widely acclaimed work. Made mama proud. Worked for newspapers. Worked for Sipa Press. Walked in the desert, got heat stroke, thought he saw God or Jerry Garcia. Recovered. Worked for Life, Fortune, Newsweek, National Geographic. Went to Cuba and smoked cigars. Fell in Love. Married in Havana. She saw him coming a mile away. Fortunate tragedy. Recovered. Worked for New York Times, Discovery Channel, Amgen, Target, etc. Worked in Latin America. Fell in Love with the wrong woman then Fell in love with the right woman Got Married, wife, kid, beagle and garden. The whole nine yards. Beagle ate the house. Likes tomatoes, green tea and bike riding. Most pressing question: "Are we living in a simulation?"
My interest in photojournalism stemmed from a recognition of my own—and America’s—ignorance of Islam and the Middle East in the wake of 9/11 and its wars. After studying photojournalism and philosophy, I moved to Cairo just before the start of the Arab Spring in 2011. For the next 9 years, I covered breaking news in Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Sudan, while also working on in-depth stories of religion, human rights, and cultural life in the region.
One favorite project was co-founding Panorama with Mada Masr, a platform for showcasing the best photojournalism from Egypt and issues of interest to the greater Arab world. I was also a founding contributor to @EverydayMiddleEast.
My work has been published widely, appearing in outlets such as National Geographic, Rolling Stone, and the New York Times, Der Spiegel, and Le Monde Magazines. One of my long-term projects, “Modern Miracles,” which documents the physical imprint of the spiritual world, was the subject of a solo exhibition at Maqad Sultan Qaytbay in 2017.
Go find the strange and the arresting. Make it personal, with tenderness and respect. Go analog, go tethered, go untethered, change where the sun is relative to your lens, switch out the softbox, put a grid on it. Put a gel on it. Put another gel on it. Kick the tripod. Ask if there's another view, another room, another flavor, a favorite record, a very first book, a pair of shoes that will never be thrown away. Say yes. Ask if there's any way they can put sod down in time for the shoot tomorrow. Ask if there's wifi, if there's a good sandwich shop nearby, if there are any quirks, anything they're known for. Ask if they know any good jokes. Tell a good joke. Ask if they like their smile. Make it sing. Make it up as you go along. Make it worth the expense. Make it great.
Based in Charleston, South Carolina
Born in South Carolina, schooled in Tennessee, desk job designing magazines in Los Angeles, take lots of pictures, move back to South Carolina, take lots more pictures, travel, drink beer, ride bikes, work hard, be happy.
David launched his photo career while pedaling 3,254 miles across the United States as a bicycling photographer for the American Lung Association. In addition to making still photographs for editorial, commercial, and non-profit organizations, David also directs, shoots, and edits video projects for local, national, and international clients.
David and his family live in Madison, Wisconsin with a dog named Winnie, a coop full of chickens, and seven bikes. David works with editorial and commercial clients, including The New York Times Magazine, Organic Valley, Harley Davidson, Outside Magazine, Ford, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Volkswagan, Runners World, Duluth Trading Co, amazon.com, The Guardian, Saris Cycling Group, AARP, City of Hope, Golf Digest, Accuray, Buell Motorcycles, Time, Ironman North American, American Lung Association, JanSport, & UPS
Christian Fleury was born a while back in Sorel, Quebec. It was while tripping on Mystic beach in BC that he realized he should be a photographer. So he moved to Toronto to learn the trade, worked in a dark room and moved again to Montreal to assist photographers.
Years later, Christian is living his dream of photographing and filming documentaries. His photographs have illustrated Time Magazine, Reader’s Digest, the Guardian and Canadian Geographics. He also works with banks, universities, engineering firms and whoever else has a good story to share.
His movie credits include DOP, co-director, director and producer. In 2020, his movie Three Seasons of Sarony travelled to festivals in Canada, USA and Europe. His most recent movie La Rivière is now touring and, admittedly is one of his proudest accomplishments.
On a more social side, Christian has been involved with CAPIC as student VP, council member and national president. He also teaches whenever he can. Finally, he is co-founder of l'Archipel, a group of seven artists sharing space, ideas, projects and wine.
Originally from Manchester, UK, I'm currently based in Austin, Texas.
I consider much of the work I do to be about storytelling – perhaps because I come from a writing background. This is true not only of my environmental portraits, but also of the branding imagery I've produced for a range of clients, from the AI geniuses at Hypergiant, to global corporations like Accenture and Rack Space.
If I have a guiding philosophy, it is that the best work invariably comes from a place of authentic connection and engagement.
PARTIAL CLIENT LIST: Accenture / Hypergiant / Rackspace / Pentagram / GYK Antler / British Airways / Environmental Defense Fund / Volusion / ESO / OJO Labs / Michael Hsu Office of Architecture / The New York Times / The Guardian / Texas Monthly / Newsweek / Fast Company /British Airways High Life / Food & Wine Magazine / D Magazine / Imbibe / Sift / Austin Monthly
European renowned photographer Mikel Muruzabal covers the entire range of advertising and commercial photography, from brand narrative and clever still life pictures to striking ad campaigns or fashion shootings.
His specialty is composing photography with photorealistic CGI and other digital and manual techniques in a truly singular way; it is what makes his body of work unique and original, along with his own style and expertise after a whole life creating images.
The studio he runs works for an array of great brands, agencies and publishing houses in all kind of markets across Europe.
Their projects has been published in quality books and magazines from Phaidon, AD Architectural Digest, Vogue Spain, Neo2 and others, and featured many times at top creative websites such as Fubizz, Behance, Trendland, Fucking Young or AdWeek Talent to name a few.
Based in Rancho Palos Verdes, California
Patrick was born in Nuremberg, Germany and grew up in a small town in Franconia. He studied photography and design at the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences (FH Bielefeld), where he subsequently graduated.
In 2011 he exchanged the urban setting of Berlin, where he lived and worked for several years, for the sunny beaches of Los Angeles, where he is currently based.
Patrick loves working with real people in their natural surroundings and stages them in an authentic way. His conceptual still life work often encompasses a humorous commentary. He is the happiest when he is in the midst of creating a new series of images and enjoys every part of the process, from conception to execution.
Director of photography + photographer based in Chicago, Illinois. With more than a decade of experience creating branded content for websites, commercials, documentaries and brand films, I bring practical ideas to help projects thrive.
I specialize in creating hybrid video and photo assets for production companies, agencies and corporate clients. I have a passion for shooting in agricultural, construction and manufacturing environments. I take pride in my ability to work with nimble crews to create remarkable visuals.
Based in Essen, Germany
English, Spanish, German
I'm a corporate and editorial photographer, based in Essen, Germany. This is what I do: Shoot portraits of all kinds of people in offices, factories, on ships, in operation rooms, and wherever an assignment takes me. I get to see a lot of different people and places and I love it. Sometimes, I do travel photography too and get my share of fresh air. I like to compose my pictures thoroughly. My experience as a freelance photographer now counts 16 years. I work for magazines. agencies, and companies.
I’m a Boston photographer and director – a first generation Chinese-American, an eldest daughter, and a big sister to my brother with Autism.
My portrait and lifestyle work tells colorful, joyful, and emotion-evoking stories for commercial brands. I have a passion for showcasing companies and individuals that are moving the needle, breaking ceilings, and accomplishing the unthinkable.
After graduating with a degree in finance and computer science, I started my career as a management consultant. I then took the biggest risk of my life and went for full time into photography. It’s been eleven years, and I cannot imagine doing anything that would make me happier.