A California native living in NYC, Kris has shot for brands like Nike, Apple, and Google, as well as a number of foundations and nonprofits, in over a dozen countries across Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
A product of the Stanford d.school, his work is tied together by the common thread of empathy, spanning visual media & storytelling, consumer products, and international development over the past 10 years. He draws frequently from his interdisciplinary background in his commercial and documentary work, and he strives to create the most striking and meaningful imagery possible with those around him.
Enno was born in 1969 and grew up both in Tokyo/Japan and Munich/Germany. He studied photography at the Fachakademie für Fotodesign in Munich. Since 1996 he has been working as a freelance photographer with the main subjects portraits, reportage, corporate and travel. His work is published in magazines, online, in and as books and in exhibitions. And sometimes wins or is shortlisted for awards as well. Enno is well traveled and brings with him the experience of two decades of professional photography with a broad range of assignments, free projects and topics as celebrity portraits, social issues, corporate stories and reports about our ever changing world.
He speaks german, english and japanese. Enno lives with his family in Munich/Germany.
Christopher Beauchamp is a Connecticut based location photographer & cinematographer specializing in dynamic location portraits and dramatic adventure sports imagery for advertising, editorial and corporate clients. Christopher’s success is the result of his aptitude as a creative visual problem solver. His experience stretches from international pharmaceutical campaigns and feature film productions to start up editorials and small business marketing as well as national brands, magazines, corporate, healthcare and EDU clients. Whether it’s a big production shoot or a simple concept that requires high caliber imagery, Christopher’s years of experience creating compelling visuals in virtually every conceivable circumstance combined with his emphasis on collaboration and being a team player allow him to maximize the potential of any shoot. When not behind the lens for a client he can usually be found chasing adventure and using his creative eye to find new, previously un-climbed lines on obscure bits of rock and ice. He is also rumored to be semi-secretly honing his roller disco dancing skills.
Based in Zürich, Switzerland
Dutch, English, German
Frederik van den Berg is a commercial and editorial photographer with a focus on Alpine environments. He works with regional and international clients in tourism, sports, interiors, food and travel. He’s passionate about fresh air and snow-covered mountains, and is developing environmental observations and projects about disappearing landscapes, as well as the people who live with- or from -the resources found within.
Frederik’s images have been published in The Financial Times, SCIENCE, Bergwelten Magazine, Das Ideale Heim, Virtuoso, The Observer, and more.
I’m Nicole Loeb, and I am a Boston lifestyle photographer, telling vibrant and joyful stories for commercial brands.
I was a curious kid – also extremely quirky. I always had either a paintbrush or a camera in hand. It was a constant obsession – chasing light and capturing fleeting moments.
Photography has taught me to be an efficient problem solver, open-minded, and extremely resourceful. I’ve hunted with the Hadzabe bushmen tribe in Tanzania and trekked the world’s largest cave in the world for a week.
Eleven years ago, I left a corporate life to embark on photography as a career. My previous life in management consulting has me addicted to excel and thinking in bullet points. Some things never change.
You can usually find me with my Siberian Husky, Sledder, on the search for really good sushi, or in an airport lounge.
Ian is a freelance photographer and filmmaker.
In between editing and assignments, Ian MacLellan rock climbs, runs, canoes, surfs, bikes, and has been photographing a daily blog for the last six years. He loves photographing for magazines, websites, posterity, gigantic billboards, social media campaigns, and everything in between.
Commercial Clients: L.L. Bean, The North Face, Janji, Brooks Running, Huckberry, Boston Celtics, Boston Scientific, OmniPod, Tufts Health Plan, Audi, Land Rover, Mizuno, West Elm, Steward Health Care, Target, Hannaford Supermarkets, Museum of Science Boston, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, City of Boston, Brooklyn Boulders, Boathouse Group, and MORE Advertising, .
Editorial and Non-Profit Clients: Runner’s World, Nature, The New York Times, Orion Magazine, Trust for Public Land, Appalachian Mountain Club, Mass Audubon, Preservation Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Seattle Times, Entrepreneur Magazine, BuzzFeed News, Travel + Leisure, Genome, Law360, ChildObesity180, Tufts University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Magazine, , and Canoe and Kayak Magazine.
Freelance commercial and editorial photographer concentrating in portraiture, lifestyle, action sports and outdoor living. If it’s outside, I love to shoot it!
I create work for advertising and editorial clients all over the US. My passion is connecting with makers to share their stories from material to product. You’ll often find me chasing the last moments of the afternoon, capturing subjects at golden hour, my favorite time of day.
Seeking the best mountain bike trails around the country, my other passion, I live full time on the road in my 1979 travel trailer with my dog, Luke. Most of my time is spent in the Southwest, Colorado and the Pacific Northwest.
Since my dad handed me an antique film camera at the age of ten, I’ve been passionate about still image storytelling. I remember the first image I ever snapped of a wild buffalo on the western plains. And the anticipation of getting the film developed, memories rushing back.
My passion is creating exclusive photography for the outdoor industry and beyond – connecting brands to their markets through visual storytelling, and providing imagery for advertising, print, web, social media and other platforms.
I feel at home with a camera whether on an alpine peak, underwater with sharks, or shooting product in the studio. Loading my gear into a backpack for a weekend of shooting outside of cell reception is right in my comfort zone.
Ed Sozinho is a commercial photographer/director that specializes in creating images that capture a sense of place that transport the viewer to be a part of the action. His use of light and color shape and define his subjects and their environment. Ed’s strong architectural background coupled with is love for the outdoors lends for strong hospitality, sports and environmental portraits. His work can be seen in advertising campaigns to editorial stories.
Based in Denver, Colorado
English, Italian, Spanish
Hi. Thanks for visiting.
Naturally curious and driven, I love to collaborate with inspiring people to create unbiased and honest storytelling projects and narrative brand development.
I was born and reside in Colorado and also lived in New Mexico and Texas. I take frequent road trips throughout the West and often get lost in the mountains. When not shooting photos, I’m usually drinking coffee or entertaining my little guy, Levi. I make a mean carnitas and tequila is my drink, preferably añejo. I buy too many photo books. My latest purchase and current favorite is George Georgio’s American Parade.
I speak English, Spanish and I’m learning Italian. I have to; my wife grew up in Sicily. I eat a lot of cannoli.
Give me a call. Let’s grab an americano, high five, and better yet, work together.
Hi! My name is Leah.
I began my career as an assistant photographer at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Three years later I packed up my bags and moved to NYC not knowing a soul. I was extremely fortunate to land photo editing jobs at Vogue and Men’s Journal Magazines. After working in editorial, I moved onto television and worked as a Photo Director for MTV Networks for 6 years. Some friends and I started a gallery space, known as Frontrunner Gallery in TriBeCa, which hosted over 22 shows of emerging artists in NYC from 2010-2012. Additionally, I had the privilege to study under Pultizer Prize photographer , David Turnley.
Through a photograph I tell a story, convey an emotion and do my best to capture someone’s true character. I have always been very curious and photography gives me the excuse to travel, meet people and experience things I would never had had the opportunity to otherwise. I am very grateful to be on this adventure.
When not working, I enjoy hanging out with my little hot dog Sarah, my daughter Emmie Sue, and documenting life in the Mississippi Delta and Atlanta.
Cory is a Louisiana native based in New Orleans. His photography style parallels the life and ambition of an adventure seeker and storyteller. He seeks inspiration from his culturally-rich surroundings and his love for people. With 10+ years of professional experience, Cory can deliver a thoughtful and creative visual representation of your brand, from its concept to completion.
Based in Seattle, Washington
Adventure & Integrity
Tegra Stone Nuess is an editorial, documentary, and commercial photographer specializing in travel photography. With her keen eye and her commitment to capturing authentic emotions and moments, she creates memorable images and videos that are powerful, dynamic, and real.
Tegra’s work documents the wonder and drama of outdoor adventures, with results that are stylish and evocative.
Her photograph at the Hidden Lake Trail in the North Cascades National Park was the top-selling Getty image of 2016 under the search term “woman.”
She was profiled by Wonderful Machine for her work behind the camera.
She is also passionate about capturing the daily details that make life wonderful. From portraiture and lifestyle to food and restaurants, Tegra documents and celebrates who we are and how we live.
“I strive to live my life with integrity and mischief, seeking out adventure and connection.” ~Tegra Stone Nuess
At Tegra Stone Nuess Photography, it is all about being inventive: collaborating with clients, designing a great image, and crafting stories from behind the lens.
Be in touch for your next adventure!
Kody Kohlman was born in the arid deserts of Arizona and shaped by the intricate subcultures of skateboarding. He now resides in Boulder, Colorado and works as a commercial photographer and filmmaker. He could tell you all about the philosophy behind his imagery, but he thinks you’ll get a pretty good idea on your own by clicking around this website a little. Send a message over if you’re interested in collaborating on a project or riding bikes.
I am a freelance documentary and commercial photographer based in Denver, Colorado.
Starting in Boston, I received a BFA in Photography from Lesley University College of Art and Design, interned as a photojournalist for the the Press Office of Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts and started my commercial career working for local Boston brands Samuel Adams Beer Company and Reebok athletics.
In 2015 I moved to New York City and soon began shooting for the New York Times, frequently contributing to the metro desk but also receiving assignments from the food, business and specials sections. Notable projects during this time include The Guerrilla Car Washers of N.Y.C., coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic, and contributions to the NYC Block Parties specials section.
My time in New York was also shared photographing for a variety of commercial clients including Viacom, Vistaprint, Angry Orchard among others.
Recently relocating to Denver, Colorado I continue to pursue my documentary and commercial career and am excited to engage, learn, photograph and report on the region.
Hi… Clark here. I’m a people and location specialist based in small town Maryland; but my sense of adventure, and thankfully my clients, take me pretty much anywhere and everywhere. I cut my teeth in the still photography world where I thrive, and more recently I’ve developed my talent as a filmmaker & director. In addition to enjoying the people and exploration, one of my favorite parts of the process is pairing strong visuals & powerful moments with the soundscape that plays in my mind. I’m a huge fan of road trips, backroads, and getting lost. When I’m not working I like to ride my bikes, spend time in the mountains, or stare at a map and find a new place to get lost. I’ve been blessed to have been doing this gig for quite a while, but my dad still wants to know what I’m going to do when I grow up. I’m still hopeful that I won’t have to.
Based in Hong Kong, China
German, Thai, English
I’m a seeker. I crave new experiences because I believe each new language we hear, new friends we make, or new mountain we look down from offers a greater understanding of the world around us. The world is a complicated place, and we need a complex vision to match.
And so with each new shoot that I do, I bring a seekers eye, a longing to connect, a desire to try a new thing and to see not just the visible but the incorporeal as well: the enthralled musician, the athlete inflow, the confidence and verve of the fashionista, or the concern of the kind-hearted. People and places around us can inform and inspire us with their wonder to see the world more richly. I like to share that.
Based in Vancouver, Noel Hendrickson is an internationally recognized commercial photographer. Known for his ability to spot the ‘in-between’ moments, Noel captures his subjects true emotions through his unique form of visual storytelling. Noel was born on the prairies where he developed an appreciation for the land, but the ocean is where his heart is. He lives on the mountain in Vancouver with his beautiful wife Christine, son Finn and their two pugs Phil and Allan.
I’m a portrait photographer based out of Lander, Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain west. My focus lies within commercial (lifestyle and product) and editorial/documentary photography, with a special emphasis on creating image libraries for social, digital, and print advertising.
Sydney lifestyle, editorial and tourism photographer James Horan is originally from Ireland now calls Australia home.
James fulfills the needs of editorial, commercial and corporate clients with an eye for detail, a sense of humor and a style rooted in documentary photography. Much of his personal work focuses on the quirky side of life.
When not on assignment or working on personal projects James loves spending time with his family, drinking big mugs of tea, eating cake and wishing he had hair, a dog and a field of Donkeys.
Anya is a commercial and editorial filmmaker and photographer with a talent for telling an engaging story while capturing subtle human emotions, decisive moments, and great physical energy. At the moment Anya spends majority of her time on the West Coast.