Graduating from Brooks Institute of Photography, Adam Murphy spent almost a decade in Los Angeles, California working as an assistant and digital technician. After studying under many of the top professionals in the industry, Adam set out to create his own work.
He now lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife and son and shoots for a wide variety of clients. Adam is known for his easy going attitude and his ability to create a relaxed professional working environment.
Wade Griffith is a Dallas based architectural photographer specializing in commercial architecture and interiors.
After graduating from art school with a degree in graphic design Wade initially worked in the advertising industry. That previous role as an Art Director gave him the skills and experience to not only create great visual images, but to produce photos that market your business’s expertise in the best possible way. He’s been shooting professionally for over a decade now and during that time he’s had the pleasure of producing high quality photography for some of the top architectural firms, advertising agencies and companies in the U.S.
David was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, and at 18, toured Europe taking snapshots throughout his travels. His father, who worked for The San Francisco Examiner, saw his photography from his first trip and bought him a better camera for his next summer abroad. After earning a photography degree from the historic Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, Calif., David has a successful studio shooting for the last 30 years. His work ranges in special interests, including editorial architecture, commercial lifestyles to product work for national clients.
With visual trends changing as often as the PNW weather, David is abreast on the latest lighting and composition techniques, and integrates them into his workflow to keep his style fresh and ever evolving. David’s clients have relied on his ability to create work they knew they needed, and have been pleased with content that furthered their concepts.
When David isn’t shooting, you can find him traveling Europe, reeling in salmon in Alaska, creating fun ways to enjoy valuable family time, or on set as an extra in one of many motion pictures being filmed in Oregon, which in a small way, fulfills his passion for the film industry.
I am a documentary and fine art photographer, multimedia producer and writer. Born and educated in France with a degree in philosophy and political sciences, I moved to the United States in 1991 and earned a M.A. in journalism. I have kept my French accent since then.
I did not receive a Brown camera when I was a teen and I did not fall in love with photography when I developed my first film in a dark room. Don’t ask me why. My epiphany came later in life.
My work is multifaceted and reflects my curiosity for the things of life. I love to shoot environmental portraits and to produce multimedia pieces. Working for magazines and newspapers like the New York Times has given me the opportunity to meet people whom I would have never met otherwise. I have also previously served as a photo editor at CNN.com. My personal photography work explores the contemporary landscape in the widest sense, investigating themes which include the sense of place, the new forms of urbanism and the future of our environment. It can be seen at https://virginiekippelen.com/
Seth Powers is a Shanghai-based photographer specializing in architecture and interiors. He works primarily with architects and designers to render their vision with care and a keen eye for composition.
Since 2012, he has photographed architecture and interior projects for dozens of international firms, local boutique design practices, as well as many well-known international brands.
Hi there, My name is John. I’m an architectural photographer specializing in capturing created spaces and environments while highlighting their function and how individuals function within them. Whether it’s inside, outside, or from the air I love to showcase the designed world in my photographs.
I live, work, and play in Detroit, Michigan. I started this business in 2011 after graduating from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. In my spare time, I really enjoy reading, gardening, cooking, watching the Sopranos, and doing handy-work around my house.
I would love to talk with you about working together.
Shannon O’Hara grew up on the campus of Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Mississippi, where his father is an art professor while his mother taught art at the Mississippi School of the Arts. A chronic daydreamer, Shannon left his home at 16 to pursue his dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer, a passion that eventually earned him a job as a dancer with the Houston Ballet, the nation’s fourth largest company. A similar passion later carried him to New York, where he spent 10 years working and studying photography on his own and at the International Center of Photography and The School of Visual Arts. He furthered his professional education in photography by assisting some of New York’s top photographers, including legendary Magnum master Bruce Davidson and renowned food and travel photographer Ben Fink.
Shannon has returned to Houston with his wife and daughter to explore the life and culture that he left so long ago.
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.
Oliver Parini is a Vermont-based photographer with over a decade of experience working with publications and brands. He specializes in portraits, agriculture, travel, and architectural photography. Oliver is available to travel across the Northeast (& beyond.) When Oliver is not on assignments, he can be found exploring the mountains and waters of Vermont, making dinner for his family, or hiking with his Siberian Husky.
Bryan Regan is a Raleigh, NC based commercial and editorial photographer, a photography school dropout who learned his craft assisting photographers across the country back in the days of film. Whether in his downtown studio or on location photographing people, products or places,Regan’s passion for storytelling comes through in his images. When he’s not booked, he’s out shooting personal projects and spending time with his family.
At the Texas House of Representatives he worked on an ongoing documentary project photographing lawmakers during the legislative session. He soon amassed a brilliant catalog of images that were created on a work-for-hire basis and can never be published by him for money. This marked the last time he would ever be paid to shoot 35mm available light with nothing but a Leica and a bag of Tri-X. At the Texas Department of Public Safety he traveled the state for six years as a Forensic Photographer. There he amassed a brilliant catalog of images he would rather not think too hard about. His work with blood spatter patterns has been called "adequate" by several DNA and Trace Evidence analysts. He subsequently worked for renowned photographer Dan Winters, who put him to work as his assistant for several years. Sequestered in Driftwood, Texas, under Winters’ tutelage, Jeff developed his photographic skills, a strong work ethic and a penchant for Red Wings.
Born and raised in Italy, I’m currently based in Paris (but sometimes you may find me in Rome).
I started my career as a professional photographer in 2015. I’m extremely active in the hospitality and in the food industry.
I also work as a portraitist in the corporate milieu and I have shot for several architecture and urbanism projects. When I’m not shooting for an assignment or a project, I just love to discover the world’s most beautiful forests and depict their trees.
Raised in the desert, Andrea Calo grew up on the edge of urban sprawl in Phoenix, Arizona.
Between sunburns and brushes with cholla cacti, the desert made a great impression on her in terms of humans’ shared relationship with place. Exploring these themes, Andrea received her BFA in Photography from the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts at Arizona State University in 2009.
Andrea’s foundation in architectural photography was built photographing desert homes in the greater Phoenix area. In 2012 she relocated to Austin, TX, where she collaborates with clients in translating space to image.
When not at work, Andrea can be found at the best place in the world, Barton Springs Pool.
This is an over simplification, but I really like creating beautiful pictures.
I earned my degree in Photojournalism in 2004 from Western Kentucky University. Since leaving the world of journalism I have become a commercial product and architecture photographer. I love having the opportunity to create images and meet people who are passionate about their chosen craft.
If you are looking to hire a photographer or just want to talk shop, drop me a line.
I am a London based freelance photographer specialising in location photography, hospitality and travel features.
My work has appeared in leading publications including National Geographic Traveller, GEO France, the Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Conde Nast Traveller, Virtuoso Life, Wanderlust, Lonely Planet, Travel + Leisure, Insight Guides, CSMA Club Boundless, United Airlines Hemispheres, BA Highlife and Singapore Airlines Priority magazine, amongst others.
Commercial clients include Belmond (Orient Express), P&O Cruises, Pernod-Ricard, Hyatt Regency Hotels, Camel Valley Vineyards, Dorchester Spa, Highgrove, Linden Homes, Windett Design, Visualux Hong Kong, WeAreInPuglia and various international tourist boards.
My pictures reflect my fascination with the people, places and cultures of the world, and my ability to empathise with people from all backgrounds helps add a warmth and intimacy to my work.
I am available for editorial assignments and commercial commissions. Please get in touch to discuss your project!
French photographer Patrick Wack (b. 1979) grew up in the suburbs of Paris. After a career in sports and studies in economics and foreign languages in Paris, the US and Sweden, he left a job in Berlin to start again as a photographer in China. Fully self-taught, he was based in Shanghai from 2006 to 2017 where he worked freelance for international publications and commercial clients. He also focuses on long-term personal projects mixing the traditional documentary approach with a more subjective and contemplative storytelling. His work has addressed topics such as the repression of minorities, urban mutations, post-conflict reconstruction or environmental issues. He has published in Time Magazine, The New York Times, GEO France, The Sunday Times, Courrier International and Vanity fair among others. His work has been exhibited in solo shows in China, Germany, Singapore, France and the US. He’s currently based in Berlin but splits his time with Paris, Shanghai and Moscow. Among other awards, he was a PDN photo annual winner and French Bourse du talent laureate in 2018, has received 1st prize at the KL Photo Awards and was a laureate of the Albert Kahn grant in 2018 and of the CNAP grant for documentary photography in 2020.
Before photography, Juan Tapias was originally trained as an architect and his work as a professional always involves photography as a form of visual exploration. He is a photographer whose work explores the theme of the common space in relation to a globalized vision: social, cultural and economic of the places he visited in his many trips.
Documentary photography and architecture are his main interest, collaborating for different Colombian and international publications and research projects in university institutions.
I’m an American photographer and I try to create atmospheric and mesmerising images of landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, and abandoned spaces.
I’ve been living and working in Hong Kong for 9 years now. However I travel quite a bit through out the world for work, which I am happy to do.
I work with many architecture firms, interior designers, and advertising agencies in and around Hong Kong.
Born in Melbourne, Australia Lynton Crabb’s childhood was spent in India and Papua New Guinea. After finishing high school he returned to Melbourne to study photography at RMIT University before embarking on his career as a professional photographer.
Working internationally, Crabb has created conceptual photographic campaigns for clients in the advertising and design industries and been commissioned to shoot projects for many recognised companies.
Good at creating the moment, Crabb’s story telling style sees him shooting active lifestyle, property, hotel, business based projects. He is comfortable being sent anywhere in the world (or around the corner) to create suites of images encapsulating a company or organisations activities and message.
Although carefully planned and executed his images often have the feel of candid moments. His understanding and clever use of light, as well as an ability to form a good rapport with his subject forms the basis for his graphic and engaging images.
I was born in Czechoslovakia and I am a 3rd generation artist in a new digital era. I have not been able to collect many awards, but I have had an opportunity to see a number of exotic places all over the world and to create dozens of eye-catching images for my clientele spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean.
The path leading to a desired shot has become my passion that enables me to meet extraordinary people. I am convinced that thanks to my stubborn and uncompromising attitude I can achieve unique results.
Throughout the years I have focused on shooting interiors and exteriors, and I have worked on complex projects for hotels, residential spaces, advertising agencies, developers, architects, private sector clients and more. It will be an honor to decorate your site, print, billboards or personal albums with my work.
Ben Rahn has been photographing architecture and interiors for more than twenty years. He founded A-Frame Studio in 2003 out of a desire to combine his love of design with his keen photographic eye. His work has been recognized internationally and has appeared in publications such as Dwell, Wallpaper, Condé Nast Traveller, and more. He resides in Toronto, Canada and splits his time between his Toronto and Brooklyn studios.
Claudio Bader seeks to encounter his opposite, instead of mirroring himself: the environment is always accurate, the expression always honest.
Bader’s industrial pictures are characterised by a refreshingly cool beauty; views of interiors and exteriors that are out of the ordinary. Tunnels, nerve centers in banks and companies, manufacturing and hydroelectrical plants – here he is devotedly precise.
In his versatile editorial reportages he creates depth, in both meanings of the word, with an image architecture where aesthetics do not compete with content.
With his studio based in Lugano, he works for renowned magazines, newspapers and companies all over Europe.
Corporate photography is pretty much the most exciting thing I can imagine. Where else do I have the opportunity to be on the same day and to portray the chairman of the board at noon? Where can I learn more about the economy, society and contexts. Where else do I have the task of implementing a style guide, without being able to choose locations and models. Corporate is a daily "broadcast with the mouse" for adults. Much new, unbelievably much information and at the end of each day a sack of new insights. And if a customer asks for this imagery for an advertising job, there is another challenge: how do I transport the imagery into an artificial area without losing its authenticity? My The big goal is to bring self-employment into line with private life. Finding a balance between photography and family is a challenge that I gladly accept.