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.
Hello and thanks for stoping by!
I’m an editorial and commercial photographer based out of Nashville, TN. I grew up in Louisville, KY and it will always be my home. Because of that I’m partial to bourbon, horses, and baseball bats.
When not working I enjoy exploring Nashville with my wife, playing the guitar, buying records, or planning my next big trip.
I love my job not only because I get to create something new everyday, but I get to meet new people and connect with them on something more than just what’s on the surface.
So let’s make a connection. Tell me your story!
I first picked up a camera at the age of 14, spending my time shooting rolls of film and developing images in the darkroom. Immediately after becoming qualified in professional photography I was offered an opportunity with one of New Zealand’s top Audio/Visual production companies. I spent 7 years creating, developing and producing product launches for New Zealand’s largest corporations; using various types of multi-media from theatrical lighting, to video/slide projection and interactive graphics, to set design and the most fun, pyrotechnics. During that time traveling around NZ, Australia and the Pacific my path led me into a period working in television production as a cinematographer and editor.
My passion for photography and the desire to have my own business has allowed me run a successful business for almost a decade.
In my spare time I will be out riding my MTB, surfing, kite surfing, snowboarding and even maintaining MTB tracks. In fact in 2006 I organized the world’s first mountain bike photo exhibition. The exhibition had images shot by the world’s best MTB photographers and was held during the world MTB champs in NZ. The beauty and excitement of this world keeps me traveling and discovering new places as much as possible.
Stefan Fuertbauer, a Vienna-based freelance photographer working in the areas of portraiture, reportage, travel, and food for editorial, corporate, and advertising.
Frequent appearance in international and national publications, magazines, newspapers, corporate media, and advertising campaigns.
Free work featured in ESQUIRE, feature shoot, iGNANT, and Photography Served.
Born in 1976 and raised in Upper Austria. Lives and works in Vienna since 1997. The self-taught photographer started to take pictures in early childhood when his father passed down a 35mm film camera to him.
Grew up on an island – still lives on one. Has proudly helped
raise three amazing children. Loves challenging work.
Doesn’t get rattled. Loves negative space and positive people.
Visualizes every moment of his life, which he considers a bit
of a curse – except when working. Started out as a marine
biologist. Creates innocent slice of life imagery or production
intensive shoots. Over the years has worked from camera cars,
helicopters, camera boats, rigged remotes, scaffolds, cranes,
floating in the middle of the ocean – and his own two legs.
Working out of South Florida, Robert has been featured in
Adweek and Photo District News. He has been recognized
as a Kelly Award finalist, by National Addys and seven times in
Communication Arts award annuals. He has done major shoots
for Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Yamaha, Ford, Cigna, as well as
extensive shooting for marine, tourism, recreation, health care
and pharmaceutical clients.
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.
Chris has a reputation for delivering authentic and oftentimes epic scenes through his photography with an emphasis on storytelling. His work remains consistently recognizable with the on-going theme of adventure, supported by a beautifully moody and matte-finished editing style. Whether at home or abroad, Chris aims to surprise, transport, and dazzle those who view his work, all the while telling a raw and exciting story along the way.
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!
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.
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.
I’m southern and have the manners, drawl and pocket knife to prove it. I’ve been married for 20 years to my wife Carla, an amazing graphic designer who lets me have a desk around the corner and up the hall, just far enough away to drown out my bad singing and constant desk drumming. We have a 14-year-old daughter named Scout. She is the coolest person I’ve ever met. She’s an up and coming singer/songwriter and plays the upright bass, guitar, and the ukulele. She’s kind of a big deal. We also have a 2-year-old manchild named Charlie. To date, he’s proven to be really good at disturbing the peace and entertaining.
I’ve been a drummer for 30 years or so and an embarrassment to guitarists for almost as long. I don’t leave home without my waders and fly rod. You never know where a creek may present itself in my part of the country. I love being in the woods and on the water. Whether I’m chasing fish, deer, birds or just hiking and camping, it’s the place I most want to spend my time.
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.
Dag Larson Photography is a group of creatives first and foremost. The drive to invoke an emotion is always our main objective.
Together, we are uniquely gifted problem solvers. Each of us brings experience and know-how to the shoot that allows peace of mind for our clients.
We come together as a team, to create stories that turn ideas into powerful images, engaging videos, & dynamic gifs.
We work tirelessly to create an untapped style that will set your brand apart from the competition and from a world of rinse-and-repeat ideas.
We are mobile and tactile—expertly shooting everywhere from windswept peaks to pristine studio back-drops and all places in between.
We excel at working with passionate creatives—bringing to life outside-of-the-box thinking, landing far-fetched concepts, and appeasing appetites that exceed our clients’ budgets.
The challenge is always worth chasing. The photo is always worth a thousand words.
Jayms Ramirez is an Active Lifestyle Photographer based in San Francisco, California shooting Editorial and Advertising work for a robust clientele.
He specializes in Adventure/Travel/Lifestyle work, and Environmental Portraiture of people immersed in their passion space….
Before pursuing his photography career full-time, Jayms spent a decade on the road leading adventure travel trips through Mexico, Central, South America and Se Asia; and producing content for the Travel Channel.
He is very well traveled and has a great passion for shooting on location, while conveying an authentic sense of adventure for his clients’ branding, editorial and travel projects.
Jayms has great experience producing and shooting conceptual client work in the field and has a great of network of colleagues around the globe, ready to collaborate in creating adventurous imagery and video deliverables.
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.
Hailing from the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Blake Jorgenson headed west at the young age of 17 in search of adventure in the mountains of British Columbia. He landed in Whistler, where his creative instincts and his love of the outdoors found the ideal outlet in the world of action- and adventure-sport photography. With a strong artistic vision and an ability to keep up to the athletes he was shooting, Jorgenson rose to become one of the most recognized names in the industry, earning an extensive editorial catalogue and a client list of major industry players such as Red Bull, Oakley, The North Face, Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear, Rossignol, Columbia Sports and Eddie Bauer, as well as the Vancouver-Whistler 2010 Winter Olympic Games and the Vancouver Canucks NHL club. In recent years, Jorgenson has expanded his reach to work with commercial automotive and recreational product brands such as Acura, Alfa Romeo, Mastercraft, Honda Motorcycles, Mercedes Benz, Mazda, and Dodge Ram trucks. Now with 20 years of professional experience, he continues to draw on his action-adventure roots to create a distinct and dynamic aesthetic as he goes forward.
Balancing his signature cowboy aesthetic with a background in fashion, photographer and director Scott Slusher is just as comfortable shooting a Times Square beauty campaign as he is capturing the white-knucked action of the rodeo. The photographer and motion artist has a degree in fashion design from the Art Institute of Dallas and has been recognized by the Shorty Awards.
Scott’s father, a famous Oklahoma horse doctor, gave him his first film camera, which sparked a lifelong fascination with the rugged beauty of the West. Scott’s imagery tells the stories of grizzled motorcyclists, noble steers, sharp-eyed cowgirls and lifelong artisans. Despite always being in the center of the action, his imagery is less defined by adrenaline-fueled dramatic moments, but rather the controlled burn of a wider narrative.
Scott is based in Dallas, Texas and can usually be spotted by his trademark neckerchief.
Vance Jacobs is an award-winning lifestyle and portrait photographer and filmmaker. His photojournalism and advertising background give him the ability to capture or create candid, authentic moments and to tell the stories of the brands, NGOs and corporate clients he works with.
Vance’s work has taken him around the world to 40+ countries. When not on assignment Vance can be found competing in an Ironman Distance Triathlon, marathon or adventure race.
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.
In between soccer practices or neighborhood baseball games Matt loved shooting photos on his parents old pocket film camera. As a kid it never occurred to him that photography could become a career but that little camera lit a spark. While pursuing a graduate degree, Matt traveled exhaustingly throughout Europe and found himself happiest while lost in the camera, observing and creating. Several years into an ensuing corporate career he was laid off after just 6 months into a new job. Even worse, the hammer dropped on his first day back to work after the birth of his daughter. As a new dad he was angry and confused but above all he was MOTIVATED. He immediately pulled the rip cord and gathered the courage to start trusting his gut. Matt busted his butt to self produce shoots, make promos and set up meetings in hopes of carving out a space in the industry. Since 2011 word has spread and photo shoots have grown to become integrated productions including motion content and director work in sports, fitness and outdoors.
Duncan Kendall travels near and far pursuing a career about which he is passionate. Working with and shooting many different places is a constant source of inspiration. Duncan has a varied client base and embraces the use of technological advances in his work. His editorial work includes numerous international magazine covers including Sunday Telegraph, National Trust Preservation and Camouflage Magazine. Advertising works include the Legal and General Insurance and commissions include Norton’s Motorcycle team for the Isle Of Man TT to produce images for the official Norton TT coffee table photography book. Action and sports photography remain an important part of his work. He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society, the American Society of Media Photographers, supported by Wonderful Machine and has been a showcased photographer on Canon’s Professional Networks.
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.
John E McDonald is an Atlanta based photographer specializing in outdoor and lifestyle imagery, with avid interests in the outdoors, sports, and film. He is a collector by nature: screen prints, adding to his beer cellar, and recently vinyl. He has a massive appreciation of his home state and the abundant outdoor adventures it offers. Nico, his pup, always rides shotgun. John brings his keen eye, easy going attitude, and professional work ethic to every project he takes on.