Elizabeth Cecil is a professional photographer. Whether she is shooting food, lifestyle or travel, her work is inspired by light, color, and her natural surroundings. Elizabeth aims to capture visual authenticity and poetry in everything she photographs. Her work has appeared in Bon Appetit, Saveur, Coastal Living and The Wall Street Journal. She is a contributing photographer and the founding photo editor of Edible Vineyard. When she’s not making pictures, you can find her out catching waves with her husband or in the kitchen baking a pie. Elizabeth lives on the island of Martha’s Vineyard except when she boards the ferry or hops on a plane to travel for work.
Michael Overbeck is a Commercial & Adventure Photographer based out of the Coast Mountains of Canada.
It is this wild & rugged landscape that first lead Michael to picking up a camera and has been a vital role in developing his body of work. Overbeck’s work focuses on documenting exploration, the human limit and truly wild landscapes. He has garnered widespread recognition for his ability to keep up with world-class athletes in harsh environments, while using his lens in a participatory position to create powerful & inspiring images.
I specialize in creating conceptually and visually rich images. Working on still life, food and product photography in my studio is where I feel most at home, although paddling a kayak is a very close second. Utilizing my knowledge of technical lighting and my eye for detail, I am able to make objects appear better on screen and in print than they would to the naked eye. My work can be found in many national advertising campaigns, as well as editorial magazines, and of course, plenty of e-commerce websites. With 10 years of photographic experience and a BFA from RIT, I am ready to help you bring your shoot to life.
I shoot corporate, advertising and editorial commissions for international companies and publications, advertising agencies, hotels and resorts.
I was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of 12 or 13, I got a nice toy as a gift: a fancy Kodak Fiesta. Loading 120mm roll film into the “techie” device quickly became one of my passions. Then, a family holiday trip to Machu Picchu, Peru, offered me my first breathtaking location to shoot. Afterwards, I processed the rolls, saw the results and never quit shooting since then.
I travel frequently to shoot assignments in different regions and countries. Traveling around the globe is part of my life and photography style.
My work is usually published by top companies, and publications such as Travel + Leisure, Wall Street Journal, Departures, Gourmet, The New York Times Style Magazine, Fortune, Business Week, Outside, Ocean Drive, National Geographic Traveler, Harpers & Queen (UK), Condè Nast Traveler (UK), Elle Decor (Germany) , Casa Brutus (Japan), among others.
Mark Lehn launched his career in 2006, with an initial focus on documentary photography. His interest in photography stems from his love of travel and adventure, and as a means to create a narrative through imagery.
From photographing projects in the remote regions of Mozambique to local tribes in South-East Asia, Mark’s wide scope covers commercial and editorial clients from around the world and his images have been featured in national and international publications and exhibitions.
Born in Vancouver, Canada, Mark is currently based out of Brisbane, Australia.
Rebecca Stumpf is a full-time editorial photographer specializing in travel, portraiture and documentary photography. Her passion in telling visual stories lies in understanding the connection between people and nature – how they are inspired by it and the greater world around them; how they work with it; how they connect with it; how they experience it; and the creative space between the two.
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 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 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.
Creative director, graphic artist and photographer
With over 20 years of marketing and advertising experience, had contributed to the local sucess of some of the most important brands in the world.
Including Coca Cola, Nestle, Gillette, Verizon, Dewar’s, Nissan, Shell, Duracell, Grey Goose, Heinz, Stoli, KFC, TGI Friday’s, Diageo, Pizza Hut, Jack Daniel’s, among other not less important local brands with an award-winning creative insight and attention to detail.
A strategic thinker, a problem solver, an honest team leader and a true perfectionist, that had assembled a team of creative professionals that reflect his personal passion towards communication and marketing to facilitate brands to achieve it’s goals.
This kind of respect for the work assures that nothing but the best solutions leave the agency’s hands.
Photographer, New Jersey native, and famed omnivore, Scott Suchman has lived and worked in Washington, DC for 25 years. He is a 1991 graduate of The University of Maryland at College Park and specializes in food, travel and portrait photography. Scott is a contributing photographer to Washingtonian Magazine and has worked on assignment for Bob Appetit, The Washington Post Magazine, Baltimore Magazine, Southern Living Magazine, Travel + Leisure, Saveur, among many others.
Michael is a freelance photographer from Seattle, Washington, living and working in Brooklyn, New York. His photographs are defined by graphic compositions, and a strong use of color, with a body of work that includes a strong focus on travel, people, interiors culture and food.
My journey as a storyteller was inspired by childhood trips with my mountaineer grandfather, who introduced me to the wonders of the natural world while sharing tales of the people and places from his adventurous life. He sparked in me a curiosity for travel, respect for different cultures and strong desire to protect the environment.
As a documentary photography, my personal work explores the close relationship between people and place. I have been working in the Western Balkans since 2013, when I first came to the region and discovered there was far more here than the stereotypes of war, ethnic divisions and the disarray of post-communism. Since then I have been sharing stories that shed light on the beauty of the Balkans, its unique cultural heritage, pristine environments and the struggle to preserve all three.
I was born in Charleston, SC to a big family of hard workers who loved to socialize and party together on weekends and holidays. Things could get loud and I loved it all – soaking it in from the sidelines while looking through my View-Master or tearing apart an old radio to figure out how the sound came out. Sometimes I was called on to make a martini ( I can make one for you (and me), if you’d like). Later, I studied anthropology in college and underwater archaeology in graduate school. Between my studies I played in a band, cooked in restaurants, setup a darkroom, and assisted some great photographers. I decided I wanted to take pictures and make a career of it. I moved to Berlin, traveled lots, and ultimately returned to the South. I’ve been fortunate to work with some great creatives in the advertising and editorial worlds – telling stories with pictures of people, travel, and food. Clients include: AARP, American Express, Art Culinaire, Artisan, Beam, Inc., Bon Appetit, Bulleit Bourbon, ChefWear, Conde Nast Traveler, Cooking Light, Country Living, Denny’s, Dwell, Food Arts, Food&Wine, Fresh Produce, Gallo, GQ, Hemispheres, Hostess Brands, Intercontinental Hotels, Le Creuset, Maine Magazine, Maker’s Mark, Martha Stewart Living, Mazda, Men’s Journal, The New York Times Magazine, Old Port, Outside, Ski, Southern Living, Story Farm, Time Inc., Travel+Leisure, Virtuoso Life, Wall Street Journal, Winkreative. I’m proud to be a contributing photographer to Garden&Gun, Maine and Charleston magazines. My work has been exhibited in the James Beard House, and both an editorial feature on oysters, and a book I photographed with my friend Chef Sean Brock, Heritage, have won James Beard Awards. A cookbook I photographed with Sara Foster won an IACP award for photography. When not on assignment I enjoy cycling, fishing, cooking, connecting with people, tinkering with vintage audio, and collecting oysters from the banks of the nearby Folly River. My friends call me lots of names, but I generally go by "Frank".
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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.
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.
I’m a photojournalist and communications consultant.
I am passionate about women’s issues and making sure global game-changers get their stories told.
I was a staff photographer with the Associated Press for several years, during which time I documented the 2011 revolutions in Egypt and Libya.
I am based in Istanbul, Turkey and work for the NY Times, the Washington Post, Buzzfeed, UNICEF, the International Rescue Committee, Search for Common Ground, among others.
For six years I co-founded and ran an innovative storytelling agency, Vignette. The company created multimedia projects for NGOs and foundations such as UNICEF, Amnesty International, Sesame Street, the Gates Foundation, the World Bank and the International Rescue Committee.
In 2016 I received a World Press Photo award for my work in Sierra Leone with the NY Times, and I have received grants from the European Journalism Centre and IWMF to create stories about women’s access to abortion worldwide.
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.
I’m an independent photojournalist, based in Istanbul, Turkey since 2012.
My personal work often focuses on themes of identity, migration, social and political actions, and the ramifications of those for individuals. I regularly cover stories about how identity shapes lives in challenging and unexpected ways, particularly within sexual and ethnic minority groups.
My ongoing long-term project Kütmaan (started in 2010) tells the stories of LGBTQ asylum seekers, refugees and IDPs in and from the Middle East, forced to flee for reasons connected with their sexuality and/or gender identity.
I regularly work with a range of international newspapers, magazines, NGOs, and corporate assignments.
More than a photographer, Rachid Dahnoun is a visual storyteller who draws viewers into the earth’s wildest places. His award-winning images earned him a coveted spot on the Nikon 100 List composed of the world’s top 100 rising photographic stars—and in fact, nighttime photography is one of Dahnoun’s specialties (the cover of National Geographic’s Night Sky of North America features one of his spectacular Milky Way shots).
A Manfrotto and Lowepro Global Ambassador, Dahnoun is both a photographer and a director. His work has appeared in hundreds of publications, such as National Geographic, Backpacker, The New York Times, Forbes, and Outside. Some of his commercial clients include Microsoft, Meredith, AARP, Coors Light, Visit California. He also works with non-profits dedicated to landscape conservation: National Parks Conservation Association, The Trust for Public Land, and The Conservation Fund are among his favorite organizations.
With studios in South Lake Tahoe and Bodega Bay, California, he logs frequent trips into the Sierra and along Sonoma’s picturesque coastline—often accompanied by wife Regina and his dog Avery.
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.
Jennifer Chase is a food, travel and lifestyle photographer and creative director based out of Washington, DC. Jennifer first learned to cook with one pot, a spoon, an open fire, and a village full of teachers, while a peace corps volunteer in West Africa . Her travels and her curiosity about culture, ritual and the ways we connect around food have informed her food photography and food styling. Her rich, modern visual style connects food producers and consumers through visual narratives that encourage exploration and enjoyment. An inviting sense of ease and imagination encourage clients and enthusiasts alike to join in the journey.
Stacy is a commercial photographer and food stylist, she divides her time between NYC and Charleston, SC. With an eye for composition and light, she approaches each shoot with a rustic, authentic and story-telling style ranging from light ans fresh to dark and dramatic. Always showcasing food in its natural state, she loves to focus on the gorgeous details and colors that make you feel like you’re close to something delicious and beautiful. Her vibrant reverence for the culinary spirit makes her a favorite among hardworking chefs and restaurateurs. Stacy’s work highlights her knack for capturing the essence of captivating personalities and truly unique companies. Stacy’s fun personality and strong work ethic allows her to produce compelling photography for all level of businesses, from sole-proprietors looking for scale, affordable and quick photography, to in-house creative teams within a company or advertising agency looking for someone who is going to deliver highly successful, elegant and sophisticated imagery.