Siddharth Siva is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
He has been in Dubai since May 2004 and is available for editorial and commercial assignments.
Editorial clients include Forbes, The Sunday Times, Wallpaper*, The Guardian, Oryx, The Australian, Telerama, Conde Nast Traveler, British Airways High Life, American Lawyer, Businessweek, Le Figaro, Financial Times, Institutional Investor, The National, Grazia, etc.
Corporate clients include Image Nation Abu Dhabi, Landmark Group, Dubai South, TwoFour54, Wardour, Landmark Group, Dolphin Energy, Etisalat, OmanTel, etc.
Hylton graduated from the International Center of Photography and Kings College London (Master of Arts, International Conflict Studies) before beginning her career focusing on issues around gender, vulnerable communities, and Indigenous people internationally. Hylton has received multiple grants and fellowships from Magnum Foundation, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the Hillman Foundation, the International Women’s Media Foundation, and the International Reporting Project. In 2018, she was awarded a National Magazine Award for her work on missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada. Hylton’s work has been recognized by the Magenta Foundation, American Photo, the Lucie Foundation, the Alfred Fried Photography Award, Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, PH Museum, and Santa Fe Portrait Awards, among others.
As a medium format film photographer, Hylton uses her craft as a tool of defiance against the current political, social, and economic reality in which we live. Her intimate, feminine, and heart centered approach aims to capture the resilience, humanity, and quiet beauty in the lives of her subjects. Ultimately, she stands in solidarity and love with those represented in her images, demanding that viewers do the same.
I grew up in the magnificent city of Saint Petersburg. My mother Emilia Shraga is a musician, and my father Vyacheslav Shraga was a painter. No wonder that the audio-visual side of things became two major areas of my interest. From my mother I inherited a musical ear and from my father — poetic and compassionate vision.
I started out as a photojournalist in Russia in 2008. I worked for several publishers and supplied large-scale social documentary and industrial photo projects. After moving in 2011 to Israel I began applying my journalistic skills to humanitarian photography, performing arts photography and documentary filmmaking.
My humanitarian photography serves as a call to action, urging a direct response from the audience. Fundraising campaign materials based on my photographs managed to attract millions of dollars in donations.
When I work with performing artists, I create images that ensure the success of their shows. The theaters I work with are enjoying cohesive and powerful materials they receive from me for their marketing campaigns.
I live with my family in the forested hills near Jerusalem, Israel, and working around the globe.
My name is Yadid Levy and I’m a photographer based in Tel Aviv and Buenos Aires. Ever since I remember I was fascinated by other cultures and far away countries. As a kid I used to read about the journeys of great explorers and travelers and dreamed about the day I would set off on my own to explore the different corners of the world. I feel very fortunate that my dreams became my reality. For 18 years now I’ve been traveling about 4-6 months a year around the world on assignments for various clients and until this day has visited more than 80 countries. I have shot corporate and editorial assignments for some of the leading companies and magazines around the world. I have a vast experience in traveling and understanding the different societies around the world. I speak English, Spanish, Danish, Hebrew, and can get by with Arabic. Perfectly at home working anywhere around the world I always manage the unexpected and get the job done.
In both my personal and commercial projects, What interests me stays the same- convey stories, breathe life into concepts and externalize emotions through conceptual and sometimes surreal images.
I do commercial photography for Ad agencies, magazines, brands, artists and private companies.
In my personal project, “The Surrealistic Pillow,” I fuse the real with the surreal, creating dream-inspired tableaus from images of my imagination.
The series is a result of a ten year quest to catalog these fragments, it’s been featured in art fairs and exhibitions around the world, including London, Brussels, Spain and Germany.
These images are created using careful camera work, computer editing and intricately layered individual components.
Zacharias Abubeker is an Ethiopian American photographer and videographer currently living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and working throughout the region. He obtained his Bachelor in Fine Arts in Photography from Columbia College Chicago. He is available for assignments in editorial, travel and corporate. He has covered topics ranging from Business and Development, Agriculture, The South Sudan conflict, Healthcare in East Africa, as well as many more.
Half Korean Half Egyptian, born in Queens, New York now based in Alexandria Egypt, Abdel Rahman Gabr (Koree) is a Filmmaker and a Photographer, also a Sony Alpha Middle East Ambassador.
He captures inspiring and engaging stories and creative insights, working across a broad range of media, generating original creative insights and executions in TV Ads, Photography, and Advertising.
Abdelrahman Gabr documents the people and places in Egypt with a profound lens, purveying certain magic in every shot, inspiring wide-eyed patriotism for this chaotic, ancient civilization. He captures the spirit of specific Egyptian cities through an incredibly cinematic visual rhetoric. His portfolio acts as a beautiful time capsule that blends historic culture with modern-day living, almost becoming the ultimate tourism propaganda for Egypt.
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.
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.
Hello. My name is Bobby.
I’m a photographer, filmmaker and writer with a focus on Africa’s wildlife, wild-lands, and people.
I’ve worked with major brands, fantastic NGOs, and publications from the Philippines to the Middle East, to Mexico and beyond. I’m based in Nairobi, Kenya and am available for assignments worldwide.
I believe story, at its core, is able to build bridges across global gaps of distance, culture and socio-economic status. By being connected to the stories of others, we are reminded that we all have a story, that we all share in the common threads of humanity no matter where we come from.
Having photographed throughout Africa, and sometimes further afield, for the last decade – through his work Tobin has attempted to not only cover the breadth of the continent, but also the diversity within it. This has included stories on Somalia’s fight against Al Shabab and the country’s emergence from more than 20 years of civil war, to transgender issues, and the intersection of modern religion with traditional healing practices in slums.
Zachary Bako is an American photographer and experimental filmmaker based in Shanghai + Cleveland, Ohio. After receiving his B.S. in Business + M.A in Studio Photography at Case Western Reserve University in conjunction with the Cleveland Institute of Art, Bako moved to New York and began his photography career in the fashion and fine art industries. His range of media developed further during a four-year stint in Beijing where he cultivated his reportage work, winning American Photography three years in a row. In a subsequent three-year stretch in Los Angeles, Bako explored filmmaking and experimental light design. Splitting time between Shanghai and the Midwest, he brings his honed multidisciplinary techniques into his film and still productions.
Hey, it’s me, Bálinth, aka Bálint Hajagos. Portrait and Advertising Photographer. Ex-Art Director. Founder of The Brewery Rental Studios. Partner in Almost Ready Productions.
Overqualified Idealist. Former Hedonist. Self-made Critic. Wannabe Geek. Proud Father. From Budapest, living in Bucharest.
Looking forward to hear from you.
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.
Photographer Illya Ovchar first picked up a camera when he was 15 and soon began photographing people, a subject that remains central to his work. Beginning with film photography, Illya immersed himself in classic methods of image-making, which taught him the importance of creating the perfect photograph. His work has graced such magazines as Marie Claire and Moevir Paris.
Transitioning to digital photography, Illya began to shoot commercially for both corporate and individual clients. His technical understanding of photography ensures that the image meets and exceeds client expectation.
Illya is determined to create the perfect image, even if it means carrying 100+kg of equipment on location. With a can-do approach, he delivers images of uncompromising quality- on time and within budget.
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 have been a professional photographer since 2010. My professional experience as photographer started after completing university studies in environmental enginear. My work concerns interior photography, editorials, portrait and reportage.Since 2015 I have started a collaboration with Oyster.com, a Tripadvisor company, regarding hotels and cruise ships photography. I have been also working with Save The Children Italia and SOS bambini since 2018. I collaborate with platforms regarding travel and lifestyle photography such as Booking.com and Shoot My Travel. My photos have been published in The New York Times, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine, Internazionale Magazine, SNC Magazine, Monocle and in several Italian web magazines.
I am a photographer and conservationist from Zambia. I was born and grew up in one of the wildest and most remote areas of this beautiful country and have lived here all my life. I have always tried to pursue the unique with my photography by creating images using techniques and ideas with a fresh perspective. I use infrared and aerial photography as well as a combination of both to achieve this. For my aerial work I use a variety of aircraft including microlights and a paramotor. I also use drones and I am fully licensed to fly drones in Zambia, holding a Remote Pilots License and meeting all the requirements set out by the Zambian Civil Aviation Authority.
Aaron Joel Santos is a travel and editorial photographer based in Bangkok, Thailand. A New Orleans native, he studied literature and photography in San Francisco and Boston before moving to Southeast Asia in 2007.
He has worked with many of the world’s leading publications and companies, and he is represented by Novus Select in the United States and NOI Pictures in Southeast Asia. He is also part of the agency roster at Wonderful Machine. Aaron is a light packer and is available for assignments worldwide. And he’d be delighted to work with you.
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. He is fluent in English and French.
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.
After taking a degree in Documentary Photography at the University of Wales, Newport Colin moved to Italy in 2002 where he lives with his wife and two children. Specialised in portraits, advertising, interiors and editorial commissions his clients are spread around Italy, Europe, Australia and the United States. Colin shoots mostly on-location but he can rent a studio when required. Drawing on his documentary background he takes a thoughtful, considered approach to his photography. He speaks fluent Italian, he has a friendly, well-behaved assistant and he lives in a beautiful part of the world with easy access to locations around the Mediterranean area. Apart from his commercial work, Colin continues to develop his own personal projects for books and exhibitions and he presents talks and workshops on contemporary photographic practice. He writes articles for the Manfrotto School of Excellence and teaches in the Masters program at the ViFX school of visual effects.
Emanuele (b. 1987) is a visual artist working mainly with photography.
His personal and intimate narrative lies in between the conceptual and documentary approach.
After a BA in Photography, in 2014 he attends the International class at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Aarhus (Denmark). In 2016 he publishes his first book “Notes for a silent man” with Witty Books (IT).
His work has been exhibited in several international photo festivals such FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA, SI FEST, Riga Photomonth.
As freelance he regularly works with both national and international magazines and newspapers.
He currently lives and works in Italy.
I love Africa; it’s pretty much all I’ve known. My family settled here in Zambia in the late 1800s and I was raised on a remote cattle ranch in the North West of the country bordering Angola and Congo. I now, somewhat reluctantly, live near a city (so as to be able to leap on a plane) but loyally continue the family farming tradition by raising two bad-tempered rabbits and an orange cat named Morris.
Whether on a non-profit assignment or a commercial shoot, I take pride in my ability to think quickly on the ground and use my local knowledge and skills to help ensure the success of a shoot, even when the proverbial whatsit is wending its merry way, inevitably, towards the fan.
Like many photographers, my daily existence tends to be somewhat solitary when I’m not actually shooting, so I thrive on constantly meeting new people and working as part of a creative team.
My clients include WWF, The Nature Conservancy, Ogilvy, Y&R, The Financial Times, The Telegraph, USAID, PSI, PATH, WSUP, Concern Worldwide, World Bicycle Relief, Intercontinental Hotels, Taj Hotels and Tsogo Sun.