Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina
English, Spanish, French
After earning my degree as Bachelor of Sociology within the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in 2015, I moved to Paris, France to be part of the first Photojournalism and Creative Documentary Program created by Magnum Photos Agency France and Speos Photographic Institute Paris. I also have been through a master in Urban Studies in the National University of General Sarmiento (UNGS).
I have participated in individual and collective exhibitions in social and cultural spaces and published my work in different Argentinian media, such as Revista Anfibia, Página/12 and Marcha Noticias. In 2019 I was selected as grantee in a special program created by Women Photograph and the Women's Equality Center to document reproductive rights and justice in the Americas; later that year I was invited to participate in the Women Photograph Workshop in the city of Quito, Ecuador, among other 49 photographers.
My work focuses mainly on production of visual narratives related to community issues such as education, gender and housing in urban and suburban areas. Since 2018 I works as facilitator in a public health program in the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires, collaborating closely to health workers in improving their relationships with the communities they care for. I am also part of the photography collective Pandilla Feminista.
I'm an on-location photographer and director. My aesthetic approach is driven by real, textural, compelling moments, whether shooting stills or motion.
I specialize in capturing authentic imagery depicting lifestyle, work and industrial scenes for corporate and agency clients and have years of commercial experience including large global image brand libraries, advertising campaigns, editorial and short form motion assets for web & broadcast, as well as one full length documentary.
Partial list of clients and project partners include: ebay, Mississippi Tourism, Marley Coffee, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, AMD, Deutsche Bank, Intel, Nike, AMEX, American Airlines, GE, Disney World, Time Warner, Time Magazine, Sports Illustrated, J. Walter Thomas, People Magazine, AG Edwards, CDW, Y & R, Fleishman-Hillard, McCann-Erickson, FutureBrand and more.
I have had the unique privilege of having one of my images selected for a USPS First-Class Forever stamp.
I have 2 published books: Hidden History of Mississippi Blues (History Press) and Mississippi Juke Joint Confidential: House Parties, Hustlers & the Blues Life (Arcadia Publishing).
Based in the Midwest (Milwaukee/Chicago). Available for travel worldwide, anywhere, anytime. Exploration and curiosity drive my work as an artist and photographer. I specialize in editorial portrait and advertising photography as well as lifestyle, corporate, food, and travel. I have a BFA in painting, and over twenty years of experience as a photographer. Whether I’m one-on-one with a farmer in the orchard or working with a team in the studio, my goal is to bring a unique vision to the project. I aim to collect moments that are part of a larger whole. Inspirations: mountain views, southwest desert air, finding magic in the ordinary, and getting my hands dirty in a garden. Interests include: cheese (all dairy products in general), plant hoarding, postcard collecting, reading magazines, and and giving belly rubs to my blue heelers.
Based in Paris, France
English, French, Italian, Spanish
Leo-Paul is a photographer working in his native city of Paris, who loves nothing more than travelling through France and the world thanks to his work. He doesn't believe in the cliché of the lonely and taciturn photographer, and loves working with his team and being close to clients. In addition to being a portrait photographer for newspapers, magazines, agencies, and companies, and when he's not speaking for himself in the 3rd person, Leo-Paul likes building furniture, riding his bike through Europe, cooking risotto, and defeat his own kids playing football.
Storytelling is my passion.
I’m a creative photographer, videographer, passionate visual storyteller and NGO Project Manager with more than 20 years of experience.
I'm not just looking to create a beautiful face for the product. I want to help to define its entire direction. My passion lies in creating great images and services.
My work includes photography, videomaking, editing and everything in between.
I’ve worked on creating as well as editing multimedia content for print, web and broadcast. I love video production, as well as photography, virtual reality and graphic design.
My work has been published by Italian magazines and Non Profit Organizations such as FAI, Fondo Ambiente Italiano and Mission Bambini Onlus.
I’m available for Editorial and Commercial Photo and Video assignments.
Based in Nelson, New Zealand
English, Portuguese, Russian
Tatsiana Chypsanava is a documentary photographer based in Aotearoa New Zealand. Born in Belarus and a descendant of the Komi peoples of the Siberian North West Ural, she is a member of Diversify Photo and Women Photograph, both groups that champion diversity in the industry. Her work focuses on Indigenous rights, migration, and environmental issues. Chypsanava is a grantee of the Wellcome Trust (2020) and an alumna of the Eddie Adams Workshop (2021) and the Missouri Photo Workshop (2022).
As a photographer, I am always looking for interactions and this can take many forms. Whether it is two individuals connecting with one another, groups of people interacting, or the natural ebb and flow in nature, I want to document these moments.
When working with clients, I strive to ensure that their vision is realized, and their stories are told in a genuine and honest manner. I balance my work between commercial clients, non-profit organizations, and trying to give back to the community. This has included work for Habitat for Humanity, The Seirra Club, and Prints for Prints.
Everybody has a story to tell. Let me help you tell yours.
I am a native of Pennsylvania, but I have been living and working as a photographer in Spain since 2011. Before that, I was a Visiting Professor at Rochester Institute of Technology.
I specialize in portrait-based stories and campaigns, but I also shoot a lot of reportage-style imagery, automobiles and short films.
My personal work normally stems from things that are a part of my life in one way or another, and represent a curiosity that I have about people. It is this curiosity that makes me want to keep being a photographer. I also love to travel.
I am fluent in English and Spanish.
Based in Altamonte Springs, Florida
With passion, empathy, and a dash of humor I’ve been crafting stories through photography and film for over a decade. My portrait work is honest and engaging and my extensive travel throughout the world has taught me how to interact with all kinds of people.
The best part of my job is to have the privilege of using my work to speak into the lives of others.
My wife and two boys are the pride and joy of my life. Nature, a good book, and time in my modest garden all give me rejuvination. Small talk is alright but deep, meaningful conversation is where it’s at.
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.
Based in Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish, Swedish, English
Danish award winning photographer Niels Busch born in Copenhagen, Denmark. Niels picked up photography from an early age in art class in primary school. After assisting 4 years in Copenhagen at the top studioes with still life and fashion photographers that took him around the world, he travelled to New York to assist on a freelance basis. With great passion and eager, he went back and started up a studio i Copenhagen City. The eager for traveling and passion for photography, took him to South East Asia to live with simpleness and aesthetics mixed with scandinavian living and sense of light, with Thailand as a base to live with his family. After a few years in Asia, he and his family missed New York and moved back. His work today takes him all over the world with national and International clients, with base in Copenhagen and New York.
Based in Los Angeles, California
I’m a lifestyle and portrait photographer from Italy, currently residing in Los Angeles. As a young boy I had a colorful vintage 1960s map of the United States above my bed. Each main region was represented with a little sketch or figure, very detailed, and I had dreams that one day I was going to be there and discover all those places myself. My passion for visual arts encouraged me to study graphic design and work as web designer in Italy. The opportunity became reality in 2002 when I moved from Italy and my journey started in San Francisco. In few years I ended up in various circumstances in the city of Angeles. The multicultural environment, the vibrant lifestyle and the excitement for embracing this new adventure of life has been my motivation for taking photographs. A passion I cultivated since I was a young teenager and has transformed my life and career. After lot of training and experience, I consider myself very fortunate.
I shrink the space between empathy and action.
By shooting visual content in a creative and dignified manner, my work connects audiences with the powerful stories of real people.
If you’re an organization or corporation committed to doing good in the world, I’d love to partner with you.
San Diego is my home base. Let’s meet for tacos.
Hello, my name is Yachin. I’m a photographer based in NYC. I am terrible at writing about myself, so I had some colleagues do it for me. lol
“Yachin transcends the relationship between a photographer and someone who hires him. He is so comfortable behind the camera that it amazes me to see portraits where he’s captured the very essence of a person. For him, it’s just natural bringing the people he photographs to life. And it’s not simply that Yachin is magnetic, but how he uses it to give his images a soul. From an Admiral in the Navy to a Miss America contestant to a random walking down the street, he has never met a stranger. And once he snaps your picture, whether you knew it or not, you have a friend for life.” — Ryan Blum, Executive Creative Director, VMLY&R
“Yachin and I collaborated on the Erase The Line campaign for breast cancer awareness. Yachin created a super casual and fun environment on set while simultaneously getting the right shot which ended up packed with emotion and visual style. Even though we met for the first time on set, during Covid, I felt like we’d been working together for ages. Yachin is a true pro and the work speaks for itself!” — Nicholas Capanear, SVP, Eversana Intouch Group
"Yachin is an incredible photographer, there's no doubt about it. What truly makes Yachin stand out is his talent for raw, human connection. The man can make friends anywhere, and it's this innate charm, charisma, and love of the human experience that enables him to take photos of even the most hyper vigilant individuals, giving his audience an artistic and educational window into extraordinary lives rarely seen." — Ian Cumming, Director
"I love working with Yachin! He's great at what he does and brings a wonderful attitude to the day. I think you should hire him and thank me later!" — Janice Baker, Agency Owner/Photo Art Director
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 Weinstadt, Germany
German, French, English
I'm a freelance photographer based near Stuttgart, Germany. For me, photography is a passport into people's lives (who usually have very little time…) When i get a call, I do my research, grab my camera bag and I'm ready to walk into a CEO's office, factory building or retirement home to do my work, usually without a crew or a lot of gear.
By the way, I love minimalism, clean compositions and the central perspective.
Stanley Kubrick and Werner Herzog are my personal heroes, maybe because I learned the craft of imagemaking at Filmacademy Ludwigsburg…
A long time ago, in a tiny Pennsylvania town far, far away, Josh Ritchie first graced the world with his presence (insert his wife’s eye roll here.) After a childhood spent skinning his knees, building forts and listening to punk rock, Josh discovered the world of photography and quickly realized that meeting new people and seeing new places was a pretty cool way to go through life. His love for the lens led him to newsrooms around the country, where Josh made a living photographing the human condition.
After months of trying to convince his fiancée that he knew what he was doing, Josh quit his staff job. He packed up his life, his lady and his pet lizard and moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to become a freelancer. It was the best decision of Josh’s career. Now he produces commercial portraits and narratives for clients such as Apple Inc., The New York Times Magazine, and Nike using his art to help these iconic companies move their band forward.
When Josh isn’t working, he can be found rocking out with his ukulele and waving his Terrible Towel as if his life depended on it — sometimes even at the same! Josh also loves telling dad jokes, much to the chagrin of his wife and two daughters.
Saroyan Humphrey is a photographer and designer based in San Francisco, CA. He works across California/Western states and is always open to traveling for assignments. Saroyan has been published widely and featured in a variety of magazines and websites, covering an array of subjects.
Nick specialises in documenting the adverse impacts of development on local communities and the environment.
He has worked for a number of international humanitarian organizations such as UNICEF, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. His journalistic work has been published in various local and international publications, including The International New York Times and Time Magazine. He has produced video content for clients such as National Geographic, CNN, and NBC.
Nick has been based in Southeast Asia since 2008 and is a founding member of Ruom. He is currently based in Bangkok, Thailand.
Based in Barcelona, Spain
Catalan, English, Spanish
Jordi is a photographer who likes to immerse himself on the stories he’s working on. A gifted observer who comes up with raw, intimate visual narratives. This passion allowed him to work all over the world on commissions for editorial and commercial clients as well as long-term photo and film projects that have been internationally exhibited and awarded. He has lived in London, Mexico, Geneva and Barcelona.
Selected Awards: The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, Magnum Foundation’s Emergency Fund, POYi, Lucie Awards, Magenta Flash Forward, Magnum’s 30 under 30, Prix Focale – Ville de Nyon
Selected Clients: The New York Times, Le Monde M Magazine, Spiegel, The Telegraph Magazine, UNHCR, MSF/Doctors Without Borders, Topic Studios, Amazon Studios, Airbnb, Continental, Zurich IG
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
Damien Lafargue is a freelance Photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Paris Match, Le Monde, Stern, The Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Il Corriere della Sera, Bon Appetit.
I am a photographer and filmmaker based near Raleigh, North Carolina. I freelance for a variety of agency, corporate, non-profit, editorial, and broadcast clients including The Associated Press, Netflix, A&E, the NFL, TIME, Epic Games, UNC School of Education, Baby Magic, Popular Mechanics, Running World, AICPA, The Humane Society, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Pizza to the Polls, Truth Initiative, Prom Creative, Refinery 29, Beverly Boy, and Told by Shift.
I specialize in portraiture, lifestyle, and documentary photography as well as documentary and narrative film. Over the last 15 years I have worked on a wide variety of shoots as a photographer, cinematographer, director, producer, and editor. I am able to work alone or scale up to any size shoot by drawing upon my local crew and gear network.
Send me a message if you have any questions, or are interested in commissioning my services. I look forward to hearing from you!