I am a Montana-based photographer who loves to create and capture moments with my camera. I am happiest when I’m standing sideways on my skateboard or snowboard, working a scene from behind my camera, or hangin’ on the porch in the summertime with my wife and daughter.
Gerard Yunker has been working as a professional photographer throughout North America for more than 30 years. His extensive career includes high-profile clients and agencies shooting a variety of styles including industrial, commercial, energy and fashion.
His fascination with light, feeling, and emotion has culminated into an impressive body of work that allows him to capture images—whether assets, products or people—in a captivating and compelling way.
Gerard’s strong attention to detail, technical aptitude, and relentless pursuit of the perfect shot consistently exceeds his clients’ expectations, and is part of why he is sought after by many leading brands in North America.
I love to create moving pictures. And I shoot people. Happily!
For a long time that made me a just photographer.
Then the Camera Gods decided that squeezing really big sensors into pretty darn small video cameras was a good idea. And I agreed. Vigorously!
Suddenly video became beautiful. It looked, well… photographic!
So Ewan PhotoVideo was born.
I’m 17 years into this wonderful/crazy career and have never felt as excited about the creative possibilities ahead as I do right now .
Everyone assumes I must have a preference but truly I do love stills and video equally. The whole ‘moving pictures’ concept just rocks my world!
Environmental portraiture is for sure my first love. However, what excites me so much now about this new era of cinematic video is the opportunity to bring those portraits and their stories to life!
I am from Edinburgh, which makes me Scottish and also British. Seriously.
I have a First Class Honours Degree in Applied Physics.
I was an expatriate petroleum engineer and change consultant for Shell International for 9 years.
Living in Holland was way more fun than I expected it to be.
I love marrying Canadian women. It’s one of my favourite things to do.
creates and constructs a professional yet easy going work environment.
likes photographing roadside non-attractions.
thanks his high school photography teacher, Mr. Swayne, for encouraging creative exploration.
thinks life, and photoshoots, can and should be fun.
believed he would become an architect when in high school and early college. He went to RISD for a term during high school and designed a hypothetical guest house for Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye. Local critics loved it.
began his photography career in 1997. He was 27.
has been photographing people with an 8×10 large format and medium format Hasselblad camera using really big Polaroids and film. These shoots happen in his 3 sided dilapidated barn. Tequila is often involved.
travels everywhere to make photographs but calls the mountain west home.
would ride a bike everyday if time and weather allowed.
Derek Israelsen is a Utah-based commercial photographer with an emphasis on Product, Lifestyle, and Editorial Photography. Derek’s attention to detail and ability to shape/ manipulate natural light allows him to create exceptional imagery for products, portraits, and commercials. It was Derek’s talent and eye that got him into business, but it is his consistent quality that has kept him in business for over 18 years.
Although based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Derek is well-traveled. Some of his favorite places include the Dominican Republic, Prague, Salzburg, Oahu, the Black Forest, and flying around the skies!
I’m a portrait photographer based out of Lander, Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain west. My focus lies within commercial (lifestyle and product) and editorial/documentary photography, with a special emphasis on creating image libraries for social, digital, and print advertising.
Michael Hanson is an Oregon-based photographer/filmmaker. Michael’s photography career began while playing professional baseball in the Atlanta Braves Organization. His in-depth storytelling work has taken him around the world for clients such as The New York Times, Washington Post, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Apple, and Starbucks. His fine art work remains in the Sir Elton John Permanent Collection. Michael teaches as a Nat Geo Expert on NG Expeditions.
Motofish is a creative partner and production company to the core. We have a hyper curiosity about life, people and the things that make them tick. And with out fail – unique ideas and images that inspire conversation are still the best way to reach an audience – regardless of the medium.
Human. Core. Curious. And never fake.
I love people. And I love making photos. And I could not imagine doing anything else as a livelihood.
I worked as a photojournalist at The Seattle Times for some years where I learned documentary photography.
I am interested in many things; nature, food, sports, craftmanship and technology among them.
I live in Seattle with my wife. And am guardian to a 120-foot tall Redwood tree in my backyard.
I enjoy bbq’s, red wine, relaxing with family and friends, and roadtrips.
Chona Kasinger is an internationally published editorial and commercial photographer currently based in Seattle. Born in the Philippines and raised between the bustle of Metro Manila and the suburbs of Seattle, she is inspired by idiosyncrasy, community and connection.
When not taking photos, she is an avid home baker and admirer of clouds. Her favorite food in the whole world is DQ soft serve and maintains it’s best enjoyed behind a steering wheel on a rainy day. Be sure to ask her about the time she actually got stuck on an island.
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 am a photographer who specializes in shooting the built environment. For over ten years I have been shooting interiors and exteriors for architects, interior designers, and the hospitality industry. Dawn till Dusk.
Ed Sozinho is a commercial photographer/director that specializes in creating images that capture a sense of place that transport the viewer to be a part of the action. His use of light and color shape and define his subjects and their environment. Ed’s strong architectural background coupled with is love for the outdoors lends for strong hospitality, sports and environmental portraits. His work can be seen in advertising campaigns to editorial stories.
Combining a passion for all things outdoors with a unique creative eye, Stephen creates images for the world’s leading outdoor manufacturers and publishers. He developed his vision as a natural landscape photographer, and now applies that creative vision to active outdoor and lifestyle images.
Geo Rittenmyer is a visual storyteller. His career began in live entertainment and advertising portraiture working with clients such as ESPN, Disney on Ice and Ralph Lauren. He has gone on to adapt a cinematic approach for in-studio and branded content allowing each image to tell a story. He is known for his dynamic use of color and ability to place a vision into any discipline, whether it’s a nocturnal landscape or studio still life.
His photography is fully conceptualized from start to finish with each image’s color being just as important as the subject itself. With his innate understanding of photography and post-production, he can visualize the final look before the process begins allowing the image to be created with the highest quality and most efficiency. His techniques behind the lens, lights and computer allow clients to feel at ease with the direction and collaboration throughout each project and a seamless communication process along the way. When not on the road, Geo resides in the Pacific Northwest where he maintains a well-equipped photo studio in Seattle and can carry out all the pre and post-production needs for various jobs.
I’m Grant (he/him)!
I’m a photographer based in Western Washington State, USA. I work as both an editorial and commercial photographer, the latter often in a storytelling and natural style.
I do my best to make photographs that are timeless, relatable and to the point, but with an art-driven aesthetic. Personally, I’m interested in exploring human geography and our awareness of the spaces that make us who we are.
In my free time I like to tinker on bicycles and trucks, nap with my dogs, and hunt for the best hole-in-the-wall sandwich or taco shop.
I am a commercial photographer based in Portland, Oregon. When I’m not working, you can usually find me in one of two places: hole-in-the-wall taco joint or trail running up a mountain, but never crossing the two. Preferred playlist both: Morrow.
I’m passionate about telling stories, and producing images that do just that.
Richard is an editorial photographer. He has worked for magazines, ad agencies, and stock photo companies. He has traveled the globe and is particularly drawn to places where the smell of sea and grilled things are in the air. He loves meeting and photographing people, especially those that make things, write things, sing things, cook things, grow things, and care about things. Favorite Director- David Lynch, favorite DP- Christopher Doyle. Favorite food- tacos.
Authentic, emotive, and unusual, my images tell stories even when they stand alone.
After a couple decades running my own shop and honing my craft as a commercial and editorial photographer, I’m still enamored with the language and allure of the medium. I’m known for my ability to put people at ease — even or especially when they don’t love having their picture taken.
A successful shoot is about more than great images; it’s about great customer service. It should be a fun, thorough, and satisfying experience for the client. I enjoy the thrill of overseeing production with a crew of thirty, but also never tire of the intimacy of a small shoot. Assignments have taken me across the country from Memphis to Raleigh to Virginia Beach to Los Angeles. I’ve had the privilege of photographing all kinds of professional talent and real people – from the executive team of a global biotech firm, to presidential primary candidates, to unhoused teens aging out of foster care.
In 2019, I relocated from St. Louis to the Pacific Northwest, and now live in weird and magical Portland with my brilliant wife Jackie and our two boys, Jupiter and George.
JOHN VALLS STUDIO specializes in capturing the nuance and beauty of food. From farm to fork, with clients running the gamut of the restaurant and winery world. From white linen exposures plated by Beard award winning chefs, to urban exposed-rafter restaurants filled with handcrafted cool, all the way to the farms and vineyards that supply these restaurants with artisan delicacies, John Valls Studio specializes in capturing every part of the food cycle. John and Theresa are John Valls Studio. Whether they are working in the studio or in the field, Theresa unites the necessary elements for the perfect moment and John captures it flawlessly.
John shoots all forms of culinary exceptionalism. Upstart restaurants, renowned chefs, wineries, agencies and publishers have all relied on his honed intuitive sense to help discover every project’s true purpose. His vast experience in the studio and in the field help mold his client’s concepts, creating something unforgettable with each photograph.
Hey there. As you may have guessed, my name Lincoln Barbour and I am neither a president or someone who cuts hair. What I am is a professional photographer based out of Portland, OR specializing in well-crafted photography for home décor and architectural product brands.
What does “well-crafted” mean? Simply put, I create eye-candy for your brand that fits your specific needs, delivers on your creative vision, and arrives on budget and on time.
I specialize in a strong use of technical composition with an organic approach to light and color. My photography is clean but warm, controlled but casual, structured but nuanced. I take reality, blend in aspirational desire, and capture it all in a single moment. My shooting style is meticulously planned, yet comes across as effortless.
I don’t do this alone either. My scalable production team can meet your needs to deliver the best work possible for any budget. From 14-day catalog shoots with talent, stylists, catering, location scouting, and high end retouching to one simple day of architectural documentation, I will customize my services to help you achieve your desired results.
How do I do this? After 16 years of experience working with top brands, it’s safe to say I know exactly how to deliver a photo shoot.
I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and raised by a widowed mother (Dad died when I was 8), with two other sisters, in a small town in a region called Ribeira Valley. I left home at the age of 15 searching for a better life. At the age of 22, I decided to move to the USA to further my education and improve myself as a human being.
I have won several awards as a photographer. My work has been exhibited at a few museums, it has been published in a handful of magazines, and used by quite a few brands ads. However, I don’t think that defines who I am.
I have won several awards as a photographer and my work has been published in a handful of magazines, however, I don’t think that defines who I am. What defines me is the fact that I am a hopeless believer in kindness, no matter how warped today’s world appears. I am also a failed-by-never-trying comedian, and dream of having a French Bulldog—they automatically trigger my “talking-to-a-baby” voice whenever I see one.
I also love watching movies while dissecting the light set up and color grading used in those movies.
Footb… alright, Americans… Soccer is a passion!
[Go Timbers!/ “Santos Sempre Santos.”]