Clint is a photographer and writer who shoots for clients such as Monocle, Guardian weekend magazine, FT magazine, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Travel & Leisure, Wirtschaftswoche, Die Zeit, Die Weltwoche, Capital, Bloomberg Businessweek, Maclean’s, Report on Business magazine, ‘M’ Le Monde magazine and more. As a writer, he’s written destination and travel pieces for airline and airport magazines as well as content marketing for companies like Momondo.
Corporate clients include Crown Prince Court – Abu Dhabi, Art Dubai, Masdar City, Falcon Private Bank, Siemens, New York Institute of Technology, New York University, Wilhelmsen Ships Service and more
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.
I am a native of Pennsylvania, but I have been living and working as a photographer in Spain since 2011. Before that, I was a Visiting Professor at Rochester Institute of Technology.
I specialize in portrait-based stories and campaigns, but I also shoot a lot of reportage-style imagery, automobiles and short films.
My personal work normally stems from things that are a part of my life in one way or another, and represent a curiosity that I have about people. It is this curiosity that makes me want to keep being a photographer. I also love to travel.
I am fluent in English and Spanish.
Bilbao- San Sebastian- Biarritz editorial and commercial photographer. A day before I was due to begin a degree at the University of Bolton, I decided Computer Sciences did not factor in my future and withdrew from the course to pursue a career in photography. From Bolton I headed East to China where, while studying for an MA in Photojournalism, I worked for a number of agencies, newspapers and magazines. In 2007 I headed back to Europe, returning to my hometown Bilbao in 2008. Currently I am based between Bilbao (Spain) and Biarritz (France) when not travelling abroad. I am represented by Panos Pictures. Since 2018 I am fully licensed drone operator.
Francesco Majo is an Italian advertising & food photographer. His work reflects the places where he lived most, Milan, London, Paris, Barcelona.
Latin soul and creativity tempered by rigor approach to work but always with fun, Francesco studied photography at IED in Milan and later he got a travel journalism degree in London.
His challenge is to transform the ordinary into extraordinary trying always to make food and lifestyle photography an art expression. For more than twenty years he has contributed to create the visual identity and the reputation of many international brands and magazines. Since the very beginning of his career he has been working, as a team, with Nataly Cadavid, a Colombian creative stylist and photographer.
The duo are married, have 4 kids a dog and few cats.
They love moving from a city to another enjoying and exploring new places and different cultures.
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.
I’m a photographer specialising in unit production stills, BTS and special/key art shoots for film and TV publicity and marketing, as well as corporate and commercial portraiture and reportage. I’m based in South Wales in the UK, but I’m happy to travel to wherever the next exciting shoot is!
I pride myself on my professionalism in all aspects of my business. I’m easy to work with, and deliver on time and on budget. And I’m happy to work to a tight creative brief or to advise and collaborate on creative ideas, logistics and production for projects of all sizes.
So, whether you’re looking for a photographer to cover a six month film production, or you just need a simple headshot for your company’s website, get in touch and I’ll be happy to help!
I COULD BE BUILDING BOATS
Born by the sea, raised by a woodsman in, in a parallel universe I’m building boats
In this world I confine people to a rectangular box and press a button.
I’ve travelled a lot and sometimes people pay me to do it. My exploring led me to Bristol in 1998, I only intended to stay for a weekend but the city got a hold of me. However, I still don’t like cider.
I started my career as a journalist, first on a newspaper, then on a golf magazine and as a freelance editor. I gave this up in 2006 to become a freelance photographer. Some people thought it was crazy but I now take pictures and people pay me for it. The boat building will have to wait.
Since 2004 Richard Boll has been carrying out creative editorial and commercial photography assignments in London and internationally. Equally adept at working in a studio or on location, he works in the fields of still life, portrait and lifestyle photography.
Richard graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in Photography from the Edinburgh College of Art in 1999, and gained an MA with distinction from the University of Brighton in 2016.
Culturally confused – Basque born, French/US citizen of Indian origin. After studying economics and politics at the American University of Paris (AUP), I decided to pursue a career in photography. Currently based in Paris, photographer & director with a passion for the good things in life : travel, food & culture. Clients include : Condenast Traveler, Princess Cruises, JW Marriott, La Grande Épicerie, Momondo, BETC, Publicis, The New School NYC, Parsons Paris, Yale University, The American University of Paris, Hachette, The Paris Popup.
Through my work I’m fortunate to get some wonderful opportunities to collaborate with remarkable people and visit interesting places to make beautiful images and occasionally videos. I believe the best work comes from creating a frictionless and relaxed atmosphere on set for the subjects while understanding client and brand requirements.
Julien is a Paris-based editorial photographer.
Commissioned: Paris Match, Le Point, Le Monde, Le Figaro Magazine, Forbes Afrique, L’Obs, Magazine L’Equipe, Le Parisien Mag, La Vie, L’Express, Science et Avenir, Challenges, Femmes ici et Ailleurs, Les Echos, Paris World Wide, 3 Etoiles, Vigneron Magazine, France Football…
Leo-Paul is a photographer working in his native city of Paris, who loves nothing more than travelling through France and the world thanks to his work. He doesn’t believe in the cliché of the lonely and taciturn photographer, and loves working with his team and being close to clients. In addition to being a portrait photographer for newspapers, magazines, agencies, and companies, and when he’s not speaking for himself in the 3rd person, Leo-Paul likes building furniture, riding his bike through Europe, cooking risotto, and defeat his own kids playing football.
Antoine Doyen was born in 1982 in Nancy, France.
As he was getting bored in University in 2005, he dropped out of Sociology so he could fly to West Africa and see what kind of movies where shot and watched there. What should have been a scientific study became a series of images that brought him to photography as a job; he never showed up in class ever again. Back in France, the newspaper "Metro" sent him on assignment to the Cannes Film Festival: that’s how he gets into portrait, by chance. He then enrolls in a photojournalism class at the EMI-CFD (Paris).
He works on assignment for a variety of news outlets (Le Monde, L’Express, Le Parisien Magazine, Les Echos, Studio Cine Live, The Wall Street Journal…) and communication agencies.
First a portrait photographer, he also ventures in the long-format realm, currently documenting tractor pulling competitions… and the life of catholic priests. In any case, the subject that matters is commitment & passion.
Emmanuel was born in 1977 in Saumur (loire valley). Torn between his two passion, music and photography, he decided for the second as a career. In 1997, he served during his military time in Paris at the etablissement cinematographique et photographique des armees. This job led him to work closely with the French government. For four years, he then continued to follow the prime minister at the time, Lionel Jospin in all his national and international trips as its official photographer, confronting himself to a wide range of situations and subjects. once Jospin’s mandate ended, Emmanuel left the administration and joined imapress agency in 2001 covering societal and political stories. Rich from these experiences, he decided to go freelance in 2004 and has been multiplying collaborations with various wire agencies (Reuters, Gamma, Strates) publications and corporations worldwide since then. Along with long term personal projects about Tchernobyl and immigration issues in France, he covers various stories about politics, sports, lifestyle, and fashion always in a very personal style and numerous corporate and editorial portraits.
Will Scott is a photographer & film maker, whose work focuses on the built environment and its relationship with the places and people around it.
Shortlisted for the arcaid architectural photographer of the year award in 2016, his work combines a keen architectural eye with a documentary approach. His lack of a traditional ‘architectural’ background, common to many other architectural photographers, allows him to approach commission with a fresh set of eyes for a unique perspective.
Commercially, Will shoots for a range of clients, including: Architects, interior designers, builders lighting designers and others involved in the construction of place and space.
His personal work is also focused on the built environment, but tends to feature historical buildings, often overlooked architectural typologies – 2018 saw his first major exhibition and a first book, on his series ‘Seaside Shelter’.
Will is based in the UK – split between London & Edinburgh – but available for commission wordwide.
I am an Action and Lifestyle photographer with over 25 years of experience behind the lens.
I started out my career as a Ski Photographer living in the mountains of France and New Zealand for almost a decade.
That experience has served me well over the years, as pretty much anything is easier to shoot than a fast moving skier in a blizzard, at -10, perched half way up a mountainside.
Although I still shoot winter sports, these days my work has become more varied and I now specialize in Lifestyle Photography, Action Photography and Interior Photography with a little Landscape Photography when I get the chance.
I was Senior Photographer at Fall Line Ski Magazine for 8 years and a contracted photographer for The North Face for 4 years. I supply Getty Images and most of the other major agencies with stock images and take on commissions for Commercial, Editorial, Advertising and Catalogue work.
I like to think I am pretty easy to work with and I have some long standing relationships with my clients, some well over 20 years and still going strong. I also provide a high quality after shoot service with processing and a private online image delivery system.
Pete Muller is an advertising photographer based in London, UK. Specialising in lifestyle, action and industrial work. Pete is a professional photographer who has worked with multiple clients across the globe.
Tom is renowned for capturing epic scenes and injecting a structured beauty into everything he sees. His focus, stellar work ethic and love of working with people enable him to create the right mood to always find the winning shot.
He has worked in nearly 90 countries, experiences which have given him the versatility to operate in any environment whether shooting with a large team for the world’s top hospitality brands or erupting volcanos from a helicopter in Congo.
Tom grew up in the rural Cotswolds which fuelled an early appetite for the outdoors and honed his strong visual aesthetic.
His natural curiosity and sense of adventure soon took him abroad – living in Nepal, Sri Lanka and India throughout the 2000s. When he’s not thinking about photography and which airport he needs to head to next, Tom can usually be found on a tennis court or talking late into the night with friends. He considers his spiritual home the Lake District, where he spent many happy years exploring as a child and whose big landscapes still inspire him.
Tom’s clients include One and Only Resorts, Taj Group, Sainsbury’s, Open Table, TUI, Vogue, Burberry, Unilever, SAB Miller, Bacardi, G4S, The Arts Club, Porter Magazine, Conde Nast Traveller, Departures, Travel and Leisure, Architectural Digest, House and Garden, INK Global.
I am Zute Lightfoot a commercial, corporate and editorial photographer based in London and working globally. I shoot photography and video for the construction and engineering industry for advertising, design, marketing, PR and editorial. I have documented construction, demolition and engineering projects on railways, airports, power stations and many buildings high and low. In my experience pre production, planning and communication are as essential as photographic skills when show casing any site or building in a professional and safe way. Being able to think on your feet helps too!
I have public liability insurance and have a Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) visitor’s card.
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!