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.
Based in Hong Kong, China
English, Cantonese, Japanese
Never content to do one thing at a time, photographer Keith Tsuji is a true multi-talented artist. Keith’s passion for graphic design and illustration have, in recent years, evolved to embrace the art of photography. His work journals the places he has lived, including: Taiwan, his birthplace; Hong Kong, where he received his design diploma; Los Angeles, where he spent most of his time and earned his bachelor’s degree.
Keith is now splitting his time between Tokyo and Hong Kong and continuing as a contract photographer for Getty Images. He also provides lifestyle, family and animal photography services.
Chris’ interest in photography started with his sister’s camera and a sixth grade trip to Washington DC. After getting a taste of the big life on a greyhound bus, the road trips with camera in hand have continued to be a passionate part of Chris’ life. Wise choice! The road went thru Clemson, SC before traveling down I-85 to the Art Institute of Atlanta. A small business sprouted and Chris’ initial success in Architecture photography included a photo spread in Interior Design Magazine’s Top Ten.
His road took a u-turn when it led him to Sports Illustrated. They featured his NBA photography in a 12-page photo only spread and his business exploded. The photography road has never been the same with stops at the Grand Canyon, Oval Office, Super Bowl, the Acropolis, Indy 500, Sydney Harbour, NBA Finals, NY Skyscrapers, Las Ramblas, World Series and on any beach he can get his hands (with camera) on. His photography road now includes a diversity of subjects from architecture to athletes, from children to CEOs, and from fine art to resorts.
Born in Melbourne, Australia Lynton Crabb’s childhood was spent in India and Papua New Guinea. After finishing high school he returned to Melbourne to study photography at RMIT University before embarking on his career as a professional photographer.
Working internationally, Crabb has created conceptual photographic campaigns for clients in the advertising and design industries and been commissioned to shoot projects for many recognised companies.
Good at creating the moment, Crabb’s story telling style sees him shooting active lifestyle, property, hotel, business based projects. He is comfortable being sent anywhere in the world (or around the corner) to create suites of images encapsulating a company or organisations activities and message.
Although carefully planned and executed his images often have the feel of candid moments. His understanding and clever use of light, as well as an ability to form a good rapport with his subject forms the basis for his graphic and engaging images.
Gabriella Marks is a San Franciscan expat music shooter turned chef-and-farmer groupie. She arrived in New Mexico on pure intuition, but knows why she stays: the spectacular high desert light, the lenticular clouds, and the humbling experience of urging a single squash plant from the dry clay soil and ancient pueblo pottery shards in the garden. Her respect for, and relationships with, the farmers and chefs in the region grows daily.
A recognized name in the regional food world, Gabriella has been expanding her horizons to encompass lifestyle and portrait work in the Southwest and beyond.
From a working perspective, she’s driven to discover in every single shot an opportunity to frame moments and light in harmonious and striking detail. Perhaps the most single most powerful thing she has learned is how essential good listening – to the client, to the subject, to the environment – is crucial to creating the right image.
Gabriella lives just a touch north of Santa Fe out in the wilds of Pojoaque with her very short and rather long chiweenie, and an opinionated flock of little feathered dinosaurs, commonly known as garden variety backyard chickens.
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.
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 Barcelona, Spain
English, Italian, Spanish
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.
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).
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.
Based in Moon Township, Pennsylvania
Rob Larson is a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania based commercial and editorial photographer who enjoys photographing interesting people, broad landscapes and the suburbs at night. Available to shoot local, national, studio or location.
My obsession with photography dates back to elementary school when I discovered
that the camera could carry some weight on the playground. Our house had a
darkroom which was not ventilated. The fumes, together with the Stones, Dylan
and Abba were intoxicating. It’s no wonder I spent most of my childhood there.
After 40+ years of shooting, my relationship with photography is healthier than ever.
I work to balance commercial assignments, personal work and pro bono work. I have
begrudgingly lived through the transition from film to digital. If I ran for president, my
platform would be the world needs fewer, better photographs and I would heavily fund
the ‘slow photography’ movement. Putting my time where my mouth is, I have adopted
a forgotten photographic process, the photogravure, and am deeply diving into its preservation.
Hilary is very supportive of my photogravure obsession. So much so that even when
she can’t sleep, she asks about it…
Based in Bethesda, Maryland
Collaborative, analytical, tireless, creatively driven, easy going, and lots of fun to work with’ – feedback from clients I hear repeatedly.
Images selected for three out of the five most recent volumes of ‘Archive’s 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide’, as well as the past five annual volumes of ‘One Eyeland’s Best of the Best’, awarded numerous Addy’s, plus lots of other industry recognition.
For the last 20+ years I’ve been shooting large-scale production advertising photography projects. And 15+ years doing editorial stories, features & covers – photographing celebrities, politicians, CEOS, athletes as well as real people.
I have extensive experience working on Defense/Industrial, Finance, Healthcare, Insurance Pharmaceutical, Recruiting and Travel/Tourism advertising accounts, as well as other sectors.
Based in Vancouver, Noel Hendrickson is an internationally recognized commercial photographer. Known for his ability to spot the ‘in-between’ moments, Noel captures his subjects true emotions through his unique form of visual storytelling. Noel was born on the prairies where he developed an appreciation for the land, but the ocean is where his heart is. He lives on the mountain in Vancouver with his beautiful wife Christine, son Finn and their two pugs Phil and Allan.
Hi, I’m Nicole and here’s some stuff about me…
Child of the 80s which means I’m wise.
Andre Kertész is one of my favorite photographers.
Dorothea Lange inspired me to study PhotoJournalism.
I have a love affair going on with New Mexico. I try to visit at least once a year.
I once tried to save a squirrel and it bit me… hard! Squirrels don’t have rabies. Just so you know.
My last name is Slavic – hence the missing vowel.
I once gave a report in middle school about Dolphin Intelligence. My hair was curled and I was speaking with some legit Texas twang. I have the video and I’ll show it to you!
I am mesmerized by hummingbirds. I’m the lady with way too many feeders in her backyard.
I obviously adore animals and I was lucky enough to have a magical mutt love me back for 19 years. She’s now my spirit guide.
There’s so much more… let’s get to know one another.
BORN IN ST. LOUIS. WENT TO WGHS. STL PEOPLE WILL UNDERSTAND THAT. FIRST CAR WAS THE MOTHERSHIP. PLAYED HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL & BASKETBALL. WENT TO SCHOOL IN CHICAGO. PLAYED COLLEGE BASKETBALL. STUDIED SPORTS MEDICINE. LIKED BIOLOGY. HATED CHEMISTRY. LEFT SCHOOL. SOLD WOMEN’S SHOES. STARTED PHOTOGRAPHING WITH MOM, LISA. HAS PHOTOGRAPHED NEARLY EVERY SPORT POSSIBLE. HAS BEAUTIFUL WIFE SARAH. PUG NAMED STELLA. IS 6’3" BUT CONSIDERED SHORT IN THE FAMILY. LIKES GOODFELLAS, DO THE RIGHT THING, & THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA (AND IS NOT AFRAID TO ADMIT IT). HATES MAYONNAISE. BUT WILL EAT COLE SLAW. WENT TO HALLMARK. GRADUATED 1ST IN CLASS. WAS RECIPIENT OF THE MAMIYA AWARD OF EXCELLENCE. ENJOYS BEER, VODKA & BOURBON. LISTENS TO DE LA SOUL & A TRIBE CALLED QUEST. CAN’T STAND COUNTRY MUSIC EXCEPT JOHNNY CASH OF COURSE. WEARS A HAT ALMOST 365 DAYS A YEAR. HAS A BIG NOSE AND BIG FEET. SOMETIMES IS KNOWN TO ROCK A (NOT SO) SWEET ‘STACHE. TRIES TO BE A BETTER PERSON AND BETTER PHOTOGRAPHER EACH DAY. AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF PEOPLE IN THIS WORLD, NOTORIOUS B.I.G. PEOPLE, OR 2PAC PEOPLE, I’M DEFINITELY A BIGGIE SMALLS GUY.
Based in Rancho Palos Verdes, California
Patrick was born in Nuremberg, Germany and grew up in a small town in Franconia. He studied photography and design at the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences (FH Bielefeld), where he subsequently graduated.
In 2011 he exchanged the urban setting of Berlin, where he lived and worked for several years, for the sunny beaches of Los Angeles, where he is currently based.
Patrick loves working with real people in their natural surroundings and stages them in an authentic way. His conceptual still life work often encompasses a humorous commentary. He is the happiest when he is in the midst of creating a new series of images and enjoys every part of the process, from conception to execution.
I believe that photography is more than just a technical exercise, but a synthesis of vision, moment, and process that illustrates and amplifies something about the subject that is usually unseen. I grew up in Canada but now live in Western NY with my wife and kids. We love it here and a lot of my personal work focuses on the creatives and entrepreneurs who are busting their asses to make this Rust Belt city thrive again – and I’m grateful that I get to be a part of telling this story. I’m allergic to cats, penicillin, and boredom – being a photographer is a good cure for the last one because it lets me tell a different story every day. I create images for advertising agencies, magazines, and corporate clients across the US and Canada – Making quirky and dramatic portraits of subjects that range from corporate innovators to professional athletes to counterculture rebels is what I’m best at.
Joel Lassiter has a Fine Art degree in sculpture and photography, and a lifelong interest in architecture and the built environment. He approaches his commercial photography with a passion for representing form and space in two dimensions. His work is widely published and has won numerous awards.
Through Lassiter Photography LLC, Joel strives to build strong relationships and has been serving clients with carefully crafted images for more than twenty years. He and his team travel to client project locations from a base in the Carolinas. Their personal attention to each project begins with a custom-written proposal and continues beyond final delivery.
Scott Van Osdol shoots what he loves—documentary style, commercially. He keeps it simple, clear, and compelling.
He shoots real people wherever possible. This storytelling impulse goes way back. His first solo exhibit, “Working”, opened at the Texas AFL-CIO Union Hall in 1980. Scott comes by this authenticity thing honestly.
He honed his craft old school, with big studio special effects on large-format film. He likes digital better. They’re only zeros and ones. Shoot all you want—God will make more.
His work has won more prizes than a case o’ Cracker Jacks: Lürzer’s 200 Best Ad Photographers 2020, Communication Arts Photo Annual, Graphis, PRINT, HOW, International Photography Awards, PR Week Campaign of the Year, and dozens of local and regional ADDYs. He shoots pro-bono for projects like Art From the Streets, Con Mi Madre, and the Big Bend Rodeo. For ten years he led the Hill Country Ride for AIDS marketing team, working with Austin’s best creatives to raise more than $10 million with campaigns that appeared multiple times in CA, PRINT, and HOW International Design Annual. He rides his bike silly long distances in the Texas heat.
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!