Based in Aarhus, Denmark
Danish, English, German, Swedish
Morten Koldby is a commercial corporate, portrait, & animal photographer based in Denmark. Morten has travelled most of the world with his work and is equally at home shooting in the studio as on remote locations.
Current & former clients include Adweek Magazine, Wall Street Journal, World Wildlife Foundation, AKQA, Siemens, Colorado University, VOLA, Munthe, Norlys, Makeable, Aarhus University, Associated Press, TDC, Kunde & Co, KMD, Patagonia, IBM & Zenvo Automotive.
Julien is a Paris-based photographer, specialized in editorial portraits and reportages.
Born in 1986, he studied political sciences in Lyon, France and in Durban, South Africa. He started to work as a photojournalist in 2012, on assignment for various redactions such as Paris Match, Der Spiegel, Wired, Le Monde, Le Figaro Magazine, ICON, Forbes. He does personal projects in science, a field that he loves particularly. He travelled with archeologists in Mongolia, worked on falconry in the Emirates, photographed horseshoe crabs in the USA and followed poached pangolins rehabilitation in South Africa.
His work is published in TIME, GEO Germany, GEO France, Harper's BAZAAR, Die Zeit, Forbes, Rhythms Monthly, L'Obs, Libération, Grazia, etc.
When someone asks what I do I tell them I’m a photographer. The next question inevitably is "what kind of photographer?" Well, that's a little tricky because I love shooting everything. It could be a national advertising campaign on location for Marriott Hotels in Mexico or shooting food in my full service 3000 sq. ft. studio for Publix or Boar's Head. Also, It might be filming a TV spot in the Dominican Republic for Iberostar Hotels and lets not forget the family who I like to shoot while I'm on vacation. So you might say it doesn't matter if it's real people, talent, stills or video, personal or for hire. I love capturing the moment that I’m in. Of course, none of this can be done without working with the best people in the industry: Talent agencies, producers, assistants, wardrobe, hair & makeup, food-stylists, prop masters, retouchers and editors. I know, I sound like a jack of all trades but I love it all. So I invite you to take a look at the work and decide which side of my business is best for a project we can work on together.
My relationship with photography dates to elementary school when my family moved into a house with a darkroom. I spent most of my childhood there. In junior high I happed upon Cheryl Tiegs modeling for a shoot in Washington Square. I poached some frames. The pics scored me the job of photo editor of our high school newspaper. This was my big break because my then-classmate Jimmy Hirsch went on to be a staff writer for the New York Times. He somehow talked them into giving me an actual assignment. It went well and they gave me a couple more. It was official. I could legitimately say I shot for the New York Times. That was 1986.
A couple thousand assignments later, I have begrudgingly lived through the transition from film to digital. As a reprieve, I have adopted a forgotten photographic process, the photogravure, and am diving deeply into its preservation. My wife, Hilary, whose patience, maturity and wisdom netted us three now-grown children is so supportive of my photogravure obsession that even when she can’t sleep, she asks about it…
Hi. I’m Julia. For as long as I can remember, I’ve told stories through images, from my childhood in Vermont, through college at Smith, where I majored in art history, and beyond. My extensive photography education includes stints at the SALT Center for Documentary Studies, attendance at the prestigious Eddie Adams workshop, and Review Santa Fe at Center. My career in photography began with Literacy Through Photography at the Center for Documentary Studies, after which I landed a job as assistant photo editor at Outside Magazine. For more than a decade I worked in magazines; following Outside I served as photo editor for Skiing and Backpacker. In 2011, I became a full time photographer, and my clientele ranges from Vegetarian Times to US Potato Board.
Based in Odessa, Ukraine
creative pseudonym Q-lieb-in. Ukrainian based professional travel photographer. Still stay in Ukraine during the war.
Exhibited internationally, including 12 Museums exhibitions across the globe. Inspired by Mother Nature and our Universe. My photography passion is an aerial and night shooting. Focusing primarily on the nature, my work is a study in subtlety and constantly shifting relationship between man and nature. With my works i want to show the fragile beauty of our planet and the possibility of dialogue in the interaction of man with nature.
I’ve been a commercial photographer for over 25 years and I specialize in creating imagery for exceptional travel and hospitality brands. Based in Honolulu, I’m available for assignments in Hawaii and California. I work with advertising agencies, graphic designers, and marketing professionals. My assignments cover resorts, restaurants, and lifestyle photography. This wide base of experience has helped me excel in any situation, fulfilling creative goals quickly and efficiently.
When I’m not on assignment you’ll find me hiking Oahu trails, canoe paddling, or exploring our National Parks.
Please feel free to contact me about your next project. I’d be happy to discuss how I can help you promote your brand with professional photography solutions.
Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Sara Rubinstein is a commercial director and still photographer based in Minneapolis, MN. Her work combines elements of authenticity, emotional range, beauty and candor. Sara graduated from Carleton College in 1998 with a degree in Biology and a minor in German. It took a 6 month stint as a computer programmer before Sara found photography, starting off as a photo assistant until transitioning to full time shooting in 2002. Over 20 years as a still photographer led to directing motion pieces focusing on authentic emotion and story. Sara believes personal work inspires both her humanity and her commercial endeavors. Her passions include photography, riding horses, travel to remote landscapes, camping with her family in their VW Campervan, and she hopes to one day publish a collection of short stories.
David launched his photo career while pedaling 3,254 miles across the United States as a bicycling photographer for the American Lung Association. In addition to making still photographs for editorial, commercial, and non-profit organizations, David also directs, shoots, and edits video projects for local, national, and international clients.
David and his family live in Madison, Wisconsin with a dog named Winnie, a coop full of chickens, and seven bikes. David works with editorial and commercial clients, including The New York Times Magazine, Organic Valley, Harley Davidson, Outside Magazine, Ford, Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Volkswagan, Runners World, Duluth Trading Co, amazon.com, The Guardian, Saris Cycling Group, AARP, City of Hope, Golf Digest, Accuray, Buell Motorcycles, Time, Ironman North American, American Lung Association, JanSport, & UPS
Based in Palos Verdes Estates, California
Jonathan Young is a photographer in Los Angeles specializing in corporate, editorial, and food photography. With a passion for storytelling, clean compositions, and attention to detail, he creates images that command attention. Comfortable on sets large and small, he often works alongside video productions with demanding production schedules. Grounded in 20 years of experience, he's seen it all and can quickly and confidently work to meet and exceed client expectations.
Mark Rogers is a San Francisco-based pet photographer with an uncanny ability to draw out the personalities and emotions of his animal and human subjects. His eye-catching, often humorous images of dogs and cats-plus a few other animals-appear in national advertising campaigns and print publications. Consistently selected as one of the Bay Area's top pet photographers, Mark is highly sought by private clients to work with their pets. He also donates his time to animal welfare and rescue groups. Mark lives with his wife, Anne, their dog, Bizzy, and their cat, the mischievous Jimmy Chew.
Kelly Pratt Kreidich, Ian Kreidich (Pratt + Kreidich)
Based in St. Louis, Missouri
Kelly Pratt Kreidich and Ian Kreidich are an award winning husband and wife photographer team, based out of St. Louis, and available to work worldwide. Kelly & Ian's look is often described as clean, sharp and vibrant. Their goal is to capture subjects in a very natural and comfortable way, bringing out their unique personality and style, while still creating drama and visual interest.
We’re a team of creative problems solvers that were raised on the internet. We have an insatiable desire to explore the world, make things, and collaborate with others to push the world in a positive direction. Driven by an endless curiosity we’re always learning, meeting new people, and looking for the next adventure. Our creative team is here to handle all of your content production and social media marketing needs!
I’m a full-time documentary photographer and visual storyteller, a job that takes me around the world. I'm based in Atlanta, but welcome assignments worldwide, with a special focus on conservation and climate change-related stories.
My work has been published in The New Yorker, The Washington Post, on PBS and CNN, among others. My work has been exhibited in galleries all around the United States and other parts of North America, as well as South America and throughout Europe.
Before making a career change, I spent nearly two decades in digital content strategy and marketing, working in-house and on the agency side for some of the world's best brands. I love working on projects where I can combine that expertise with my photo and video work. Being able to liaise between marketing teams and creative teams has proven valuable more than once in my career.
Outside of work, I'm an avid birdwatcher, hiker and camper, and native plant gardener, soaking in as much of our natural world as I can. One of my favorite writers and kindred spirits, Mary Oliver, said it best — "I don't want to end up simply having visited this world."
I'm an on-location photographer and director. My aesthetic approach is driven by real, textural, compelling moments, whether shooting stills or motion.
I specialize in capturing authentic imagery depicting lifestyle, work and industrial scenes for corporate and agency clients and have years of commercial experience including large global image brand libraries, advertising campaigns, editorial and short form motion assets for web & broadcast, as well as one full length documentary.
Partial list of clients and project partners include: ebay, Mississippi Tourism, Marley Coffee, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, AMD, Deutsche Bank, Intel, Nike, AMEX, American Airlines, GE, Disney World, Time Warner, Time Magazine, Sports Illustrated, J. Walter Thomas, People Magazine, AG Edwards, CDW, Y & R, Fleishman-Hillard, McCann-Erickson, FutureBrand and more.
I have had the unique privilege of having one of my images selected for a USPS First-Class Forever stamp.
I have 2 published books: Hidden History of Mississippi Blues (History Press) and Mississippi Juke Joint Confidential: House Parties, Hustlers & the Blues Life (Arcadia Publishing).
I grew up on the south side of Chicago + some say I still carry the accent. Apparently when I order a "salad" or say I’m from "Chicago", I sound like a Super Fan. Nonetheless, I’m fond of my accent + I’m pleased to be connected to such an iconic city. Growing up in a working-class family built the fibers of what I am today. I’m still based in Chicago, conveniently located in the River North area.
When not traveling, I’m at home with my husband, daughter + our two dogs. I love all of them, equally. I find great comfort in cooking at home, but always enjoy a night out in heels. I love cleaning, it's my therapy. I donate my free time to the local animal shelter down the block with photography services + foster dogs in need. As hard as it is not to get attached, it brings me great joy to have assisted in a second chance. I have a shoe addiction + love a good sale. I can’t walk past a dog on the street without saying hello, which I have passed that love of dogs along to my daughter. Since my husband introduced me to Korean food, I love it and there's no turning back. We got married in Italy, but neither of us is Italian.
My name is Luke Copping, and I'm a Buffalo NY based commercial and editorial portrait photographer.
I grew up in Canada but now live in Buffalo with my wife and kids. We love it here, and a lot of my photography focuses on the makers and doers who are busting their asses to make this Rust Belt city thrive again — I'm grateful that I get to be a part of telling that story.
I create portraits for advertising agencies, magazines, and corporate clients across the US, Canada, and Europe — my portraits capture the vision, drive, and struggle of leaders, competitors, and driven underdogs.
I’m allergic to cats and boredom — being a photographer is a good cure for the second one because I get to tell a different story every day.
Even though I went to a great school and have had some fantastic mentors, I like to tell people I learned everything I know about photography during a training montage (queue the inspiring synth music…)
If you're ever in Buffalo, I'll take you to the super-secret wing spots locals go to. And when you get bored of wings, I'll show you how this city really eats.
I love black licorice, baking bread, reading horror novels, collecting fountain pens, exploring Buffalo's local food scene, and taking aimless late-night drives.
I adore travel and will happily fly across the country/planet to make an image or two.
I'm scared of dolls.
I believe portrait photography is more than just a technical exercise and is instead a synthesis of vision, moment, and process that illustrates and amplifies something about the subject that is usually unseen.
I have the same birthday as Louis Daguerre..
Contact Sean because in 1986 his mullet could kick Patrick Swayzy's mullet's ass. Since the eighties Sean has been living vicariously through himself. A world traveler that has been quoted as saying, "I ain't pretty but I do smell bad". He's a self made hundredaire and an acid reflux survivor. He is sponsored by by Snuggie and popcorn and is an active activist against world suck. He's reported to be a mediocre stunt double for himself and as result I huge contributor in orthopedic benevolence. He is funny, has fantastic people skills, is pretty good at making photographs and can be fun to work with. Services include photographic and motion production, consulting and education. : )
Photography is about telling a story and I've been doing it as a commercial photographer for over twenty years. Whether it be through one frame or a series of images, I love making photographs that speak about the subject. I'm drawn to location choices that complement a subject yet recede enough to allow the subject to dominate the image.
Since growing up in Houston, TX in my father's printing company, I've always enjoyed the meticulous nature of my business. From operating an offset press at the age of 15, I learned the importance of quality craftsmanship that has remained an important aspect throughout my life. What I truly love about photography is both the technical and artistic sides. It's the balance of both of these that create interesting images that resonate with the viewer.
In this day of digital media and our constant bombardment by visual clutter, it is so important to make imagery that tells its story in an elegant and unique way. Whether it's a single still photograph or a series, I enjoy making images that successfully communicate my client's vision.
I live in beautiful Grapevine, TX along with my wife Rebecca and our two kids… Noah (17) and Annalise (15).
My interest in photojournalism stemmed from a recognition of my own—and America’s—ignorance of Islam and the Middle East in the wake of 9/11 and its wars. After studying photojournalism and philosophy, I moved to Cairo just before the start of the Arab Spring in 2011. For the next 9 years, I covered breaking news in Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Sudan, while also working on in-depth stories of religion, human rights, and cultural life in the region.
One favorite project was co-founding Panorama with Mada Masr, a platform for showcasing the best photojournalism from Egypt and issues of interest to the greater Arab world. I was also a founding contributor to @EverydayMiddleEast.
My work has been published widely, appearing in outlets such as National Geographic, Rolling Stone, and the New York Times, Der Spiegel, and Le Monde Magazines. One of my long-term projects, “Modern Miracles,” which documents the physical imprint of the spiritual world, was the subject of a solo exhibition at Maqad Sultan Qaytbay in 2017.
Based in Singapore
English, German, Indonesian
Lauryn Ishak is a commercial and editorial photographer based in Singapore, though she's frequently found bouncing around Asia and beyond. She shoots everything from architecture in China to posh Maldivian private islands, and from scraggly climbs up Indonesian peaks to all the hideouts that comprise the perfect day in her Lion City home. Lauryn has lived, studied and worked in Germany, Indonesia, Hong Kong, New York and Switzerland.