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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.
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.
With the breadth and depth of knowledge acquired photographing in 43 different countries over 20+ years, the combined list of clients our team has contributed creatively to includes some of the most well-known brands and businesses in the world. We have the expertise, professionalism, and dependability clients seek, but have not forgotten that it’s the great experience we provide that keeps them bringing us back. Balancing enthusiasm and commitment, we create insightful imagery with curiosity, open-mindedness, and hard work; adding value to the lives of those whose stories we are privileged to tell, those our work is seen by, and most importantly our clients’ vision.
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.
I first fell in love with photography in the mountains. In my early twenties, I spent a lot of time traveling and playing in the outdoors, skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, and especially mountaineering. It’s also where I learned how to tell a good story. Before becoming a professional photographer, I worked for years as an editor and travel writer for magazines like Outside, Men’s Journal and Adbusters. I live in a more visual world now, but my journalistic instincts remain intact, and continue to inform my style as a photographer. I’m still chasing good stories. I just do it with my camera now. I believe there is an inherent truth in discovered moments. That the best images are both honest and believable. Creating a powerful narrative with a distinct visual character requires meticulous planning and attention to detail, a willingness to take risks, the ability to fluidly direct dynamic sequences, and the confidence to improvise and let scenes unfold naturally. My goal is to create images that don’t just feel real, but are real. How I achieve that goal may vary from shoot to shoot, but my motivation is always the same: To curate a campaign of visually distinct images that not only get it right technically, but also hit you in the gut emotionally.
Hello! I’m a freelance photographer based in Mexico City. The work here is a mix of commissioned work and personal interest. I like to shoot with available light when possible to be neat and clear! Clients I have worked for include: MBLM Dubai, Monocle Magazine, Wallpaper Magazine, NY Times, Magee, Culture Trip, Virtue Agency, Blink LA, Branch Bank, Tenaris Tamsa, NBC Networks
Bruce T. Martin is an American Fine Art photographer who uses photography to document the world, explore perceptions, and question our viewpoints. After graduating from Syracuse University in 1977, he began working as a Historical Preservation photographer, using photography to help put endangered buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. His photographs are in a number of private and public collections and have been exhibited throughout the U.S. and Central America. Today, along with exhibiting his fine art photography projects, he is a leading architectural photographer, making photographs for the nation’s foremost architects, designers, and publications. For assignments, he uses High Resolution Digital Camera systems for the maximum image fidelity possible, complete perspective control movements and the highest quality lenses available. These systems rival 4×5 film in quality while more cost efficient and allowing for greater modification in post-production.
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.
“There is no ceiling to how adept one can become.” This mindset has served Serhii nicely, even though his job is partly to, well, take pictures of ceilings. The architectural photographer has captured some of Chicago’s most celebrated buildings during his career, and he enjoys the step-by-step process that goes into creating imagery of built environments. To Serhii, architectural photography is a puzzle, one pieced together after hours of careful observation, meticulous planning, and painstaking composition. Curious and persistent, Serhii is constantly learning how to improve at his craft, and he sees new challenges as opportunities, not obstacles. Serhii’s dedication to his work is clear; in fact, when he’s not on assignment, the photographer is busy with self-commissioned projects. Never too far from the world of architecture, if Serhii isn’t spending time with family and friends, he’s probably playing his favorite video game, appropriately called Cities: Skylines.
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.
Adam Senatori is a photographer, director, and creative studio based in Madison, Wisconsin. His background informs his creative interpretations, chosen mediums, artistic impressions, and relationships. Dad is an art director, and his mom is an art historian, he spent considerable time as a kid on photosets, in darkrooms, and museums. Later in life, he chased a dream of becoming a pilot and ultimately becoming an airline Captain. Airline industry turmoil and uncertainty caused him to re-evaluate his goals and pivot to his creative roots establishing an independent, creative studio in 2005. Since he’s worked globally on campaigns and commissions for brands like General Electric, Ray-Ban, Louis Vuitton, OnePlus, Red Bull, Icelandair, and OFF! He’s also worked for the smallest of small businesses right around the corner. Adam helps brands discover (or rediscover), who they are, where they’ve been, and where they want to go. Returning to what’s essential, stripping away what’s not. Connecting dots. This is the path to great work.
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!
ABOUT Whether it is a runner focusing before an Olympic race, a refugee becoming the first of her community to receive a university degree or a climber looking up at the mountain he will measure himself against, emotions are the common thread, human and universal. Telling people stories with earnestness and honesty is what I strive to do every time I pick up a camera. I am grateful that photography has given me so many opportunities to live unique experiences. There are too many to list exhaustively, but highlights include sailing an expedition yacht around Cape Horn, being invited to an Ethiopian coffee ceremony in Dadaab Refugee Camp, photographing Usain Bolt at the Olympics, skiing to the North Pole, naming three (small) mountains in Greenland, adventure racing through Tierra del Fuego, climbing on K2 and getting winched from a rescue helicopter at night . I can’t wait to see what happens next! My work is currently divided more or less evenly between adventure and humanitarian/development projects. I currently live in Canmore, Alberta, but frequently travel back to my former home base of Chamonix, France.
Grew up on an island – still lives on one. Has proudly helped raise three amazing children. Loves challenging work. Doesn’t get rattled. Loves negative space and positive people. Visualizes every moment of his life, which he considers a bit of a curse – except when working. Started out as a marine biologist. Creates innocent slice of life imagery or production intensive shoots. Over the years has worked from camera cars, helicopters, camera boats, rigged remotes, scaffolds, cranes, floating in the middle of the ocean – and his own two legs. Working out of South Florida, Robert also has a full production company to support his still and director work. He has done major shoots for Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Yamaha, Ford, Cigna, as well as extensive shooting for marine, tourism, recreation, health care, home & garden and pharmaceutical clients. One of his strengths is simultaneous still and motion productions.
I was born into a big, footloose family in Long Beach California. I worked for more than a decade as a newspaper photographer—a job that let me chase another passion, concert photography. In 1989 I joined the staff of Southern Living Magazine as a senior photographer for Travel. That was so much fun I stayed for almost 25 years, shooting hundreds of features, and logging more than four million frequent flyer miles. Now freelance, I still love creating story-telling images. My years of photographing music, food, and culture have made me adept at putting people at ease and working in a relaxed, energetic style. I am represented by Wonderful Machine, while my classic concert work is represented by Rock Paper Photo, the definitive place for pop culture fine art photography. https://www.rockpaperphoto.com/browse-by-photographer/art-meripol More of my concert work can be view at oldschoolconcerts.photoshelter.com I’m based in beautiful Birmingham, Alabama and always packed and ready for the next shoot. When I’m not on the road or on a shoot, you can find me walking our two dogs, cooking dinner, or playing Disc Golf.
Urs Bigler had an early insight into the world of photography, having been “brought up” in his father’s studio. He is constantly looking for new challenges in his commercial and personal projects. Urs’ diverse artistic style has ensured that he has been included in Lürzer’s Archive ‘200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide’ in recent years, and has been nominated several times for the AOP Awards.
Scott Gable Photography is actually a dynamic duo. Scott Gable is the man behind the camera, and Sarah Grzeskowiak keeps the wheels spinning smoothly. We live as full time nomads in a DIY Sprinter that Scott upfitted. (Video above explains all.) As unabashed science and engineering nerds, we have been shooting the built world for some fantastic companies around the globe for more than 10 years. Some of those fantastic companies include: ALSTOM | BBDO | BROOKFIELD RENEWABLES | BUDWEISER | CALSPAN | CROWLEY WEBB | ESAB | ESPN | GE | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL & RESORTS | ING GROUP | NEW YORK TIMES | SAFRAN AEROSPACE | SIEMENS | SIERRA CLUB | SPECIALIST UK | TENARIS | TIM HORTONS | VOLVO | WALT DISNEY COMPANY
Mark Lehn has more than 15 years photography experience. Mark’s 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 in Brisbane, Australia.
Ryan Ketterman is a commercial photographer and FAA-licensed drone pilot, specializing in industrial and corporate advertising photography and video with a style consisting of colorful and energetic imagery. Running a client-friendly, service-oriented business he believes that great creativity often is the result of team effort and values working closely with his clients. Based in Jacksonville, Florida Ryan and his team are ready to create outstanding visuals for you.
creative nickname Q-lieb-in. Professional travel photographer. Inspired by Mother Nature and our Universe. My photography passion is an aerial and night shooting. Night photography attracts me with its slow pace — you can break away from the bustle of the day, and because of the long exposure shooting process does not interfere with the contemplation of the starry sky. Consciously observing the majestic night sky, I feel like a single particle of the Universe, merging into a single whole with it.
I’m a lifestyle and portrait photographer from Italy, currently residing in Los Angeles. As a young boy I had a colorful vintage 1960s map of the United States above my bed. Each main region was represented with a little sketch or figure, very detailed, and I had dreams that one day I was going to be there and discover all those places myself. My passion for visual arts encouraged me to study graphic design and work as web designer in Italy. The opportunity became reality in 2002 when I moved from Italy and my journey started in San Francisco. In few years I ended up in various circumstances in the city of Angeles. The multicultural environment, the vibrant lifestyle and the excitement for embracing this new adventure of life has been my motivation for taking photographs. A passion I cultivated since I was a young teenager and has transformed my life and career. After lot of training and experience, I consider myself very fortunate.
Evan Joseph trained in painting and drawing at Vassar College and the Slade School of Art in London then received his Master’s from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU before jumping into helicopters and climbing rooftops to get the perfect shot as the leading luxury liefstyle photographer in New York City. Specializing in interiors, architecture, aerials and street scenes, Evan Joseph’s work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, US Weekly, Stern, New York Magazine, HOME Magazine and has been selected as the cover of The New York Times Homes Magazine over 20 times. His stunning view photos of New York City have landed him major advertising campaigns for the One World Observatory at One World Trade Center, Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center and The Woolworth Building and the world’s leading developers and hoteliers regularly entrust him to create brand-defining images. Four books of his work have been published and his limited edition prints are sold in galleries worldwide. Before starting his photography studio, Evan was the director of several art galleries, a founder of Art Collector Magazine, and a founder and Creative Director of HIPnTASTY Inc. He has been a faculty member of The Parsons School of Design and the Art Institute of New York City. Evan has photographed many distinguished residences around the world including the homes of Sting, Donald Trump, Rupert Murdoch, Lenny Kravitz, Julian Schnabel, Naomi Campbell, Jon Bon Jovi, Joan Rivers and Alex Rodriguez. Commercial clients include: One World Observatory, The Setai, The W Hotels, The Ritz Carlton, The Rainbow Room, The Trump Organization, The Langham, One57, The Mark Hotel, The Russian Tea Room, 432 Park Avenue, Baccarat Hotel & Residences, 150 Charles, 252 East 57th Street, The Kips Bay Decorator Show Home, The Lucida, The Laurel, The Laureate, The Rushmore, The Aldyn, 75 Wall Street, 95 Wall Street, 11 Times Square, 1515 Broadway and numerous other luxury residential developments and commercial skyscrapers. In the few hours each week when Evan is not taking pictures for his clients, he can be found at home with his wife, pug dog and two children, his camera clicking away just for fun.
Frederik van den Berg is a commercial and editorial photographer with a focus on Alpine environments. He works with regional and international clients in tourism, sports, interiors, food and travel. He’s passionate about fresh air and snow-covered mountains, and is developing environmental observations and projects about disappearing landscapes, as well as the people who live with- or from -the resources found within. Frederik’s images have been published in The Financial Times, SCIENCE, Bergwelten Magazine, Das Ideale Heim, Virtuoso, The Observer, and more.