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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.
I'm a Detroit based photographer interested in digging into everyday situations and coming out with compelling stories. I love visually showcasing the world in the most objective and truthful way possible, while retaining a tinge of optimism and humor. Photography has allowed me to travel extensively: studying in Paris at Spéos Photographic Institute, photographing wind turbine technicians in Oregon for Siemens Wind Power, and spending half of 2013 in Lagos, Nigeria working with The African Artists' Foundation and LagosPhoto. I am available for hire for editorial, portrait, and reportage work.
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. : )
Selvaprakash Lakshmanan is an Independent Photographer based in Bangalore and Chennai, India. His work has been published internationally, including in The New York Times, NYT Lens Blog, Der Spiegel, Forbes, Fortune, OZY, Outlook Traveler, OPEN Magazine, Asian Geo, New Internationalist, and several leading newspapers and magazines in India. He is a contributing photographer at Redux Pictures and Getty Global assignment. Selvaprakash worked as a staff photographer for Dinamalar, the National Tamil daily newspaper in Chennai, India. He was also Chief Photographer at Dinakaran, DNA, and TimeOut Magazine. A recipient of the 2007 Paris Match Award, his work has been recognized internationally. In 2007, he was awarded a fellowship to attend the TPW Changing Idea Workshop. In 2008, he won the India Press Photo Award and participated and exhibited images at the PourIInstant 15th Young Visual Artist Residency Programme in Niort-France. Selvaprakash is a recipient of the prestigious Robert Bosch Art Grant (2009-2010), and the NFI National Media fellowship 2011-2012. His work has been exhibited internationally, including at the World photojournalism Festival in China (2008), Singapore International Photo Festival (2008) (SIPF), Angkor Photo Festival, Cambodia (2010), Photovisa International Photo Festival, Russia (2010), Noorderlicht International Photo Festival (2011), Delhi Photo Festival (2011), Lagos Photo Festival, Nigeria (2011), United Art Fair (2012), JAPF (2015), Meeting of the young International photographers, Niort, France (2016), Verzasca FOTO Festival, Switzerland (2016), and Landskrona Foto (2019) in Sweden. Selvaprakas was the Grand Prix Winner at the MAN AND SEA Photography Competition at the II International Festival of Photography Photovisa in Krasnodar, Russia (2010). His works was displayed at the San Francisco Art Commission Gallery, and the Time and Space gallery.
Pietro Milici is an Italian photographer based in the USA, where he works as a freelance photographer and videographer.His work is mainly based on architecture and portraits: “I love how architecture can be a portrait of the society and the world we live in, and how a portrait of a person is the structure of the life each one of us lives every day.”He starts working as a photographer in 2007. In 2012 he graduates in Marine Biology in Italy, and in 2013 he receives his Master's degree in Photography and Design at Elisava Design School in Barcelona.After various exhibitions in the city of Barcelona, he collaborates with artists and photographers, commencing his work as a professional photographer. In his works, he employs different technics using both digital and film. “I care deeply about photography, it is how I express myself and my point of view to the outside world. I am inherently interested in this discipline as a way of conceiving the city, the architecture, the people, their emotions, and their stories. I search for the unexpected, the untold, the overlooked and reveal any hidden facets that the subject – be it a person or a city street – might withhold."
Since 2009 Peter has been commissioned by clients in 40 countries and counting to produce hospitality (including F&B, interiors and architecture) and lifestyle photographs and videos for their websites, brochures, ad campaigns, and social media, and is an approved hotel photographer for the Hyatt, IHG, and Accor groups. He is a Getty Global Assignment photographer and an ambassador for Manfrotto, the world’s leading tripod brand.
Nour El Refai is an Egyptian photographer. He obtained a bachelor degree of Architecture at Cairo University and has been working as an Architectural photographer in the Middle East and North Africa region since 2005. He also worked on stories and documentary assignments in several countries. His work has been published in the Financial Times, The Huffington Post, Architectural Digest, Interior Design, ArchDaily, and many more. He taught architectural photography at various universities and continues to give talks, workshops, and courses in Cultural and Art Centers. Nour got his first Kodak film camera as a gift when he was 12 years old and took his first photos on fishing trips in the Red Sea with his father.
Anthony Lindsey is a photographer living in San Francisco and working just about anywhere. Originally from Austin he earned degrees in both Architecture and Photography before choosing “door number two” and settling in San Francisco during the late ‘90s. By 2006 he had been recognized as one of the “Top 10 Young Photographers in America” by American PHOTO magazine. Now older and (thankfully) wiser he continues to work with clients intent on making pictures that are pure, relatable, and timeless. He currently focuses on images of the built environment and the people who live and work there. After work you’ll find him looking for the best spot to hunker down with some local food & drink and plan his next trip, preferably to somewhere warm near a large body of water. Anthony has worked throughout the US and in Europe, China, and West Africa.
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.
British photographer Richard Powers specialises in interiors, architecture and the built environment. Working worldwide, he has been based in the south of France for several years. Early in his freelance career powers focused on the natural environment, developing his skills with a camera extensively throughout Australasia, Europe and the americas. once back in London his eye turned to the design world within which he rapidly established himself with commissions from design agencies and shelter magazines such as Elle decoration. today his editorial client list includes US and European editions of architectural digest, Elle decor, WSJ, world of interiors and vogue living and other quality design magazines. he also works directly with architects, interior designers, hotels and publishing houses such as Thames & Hudson, Rizzoli, Penguin and Octopus. with 20 coffee table books to his name and 25 years of experience Powers is a true force in his field, bringing equal amounts of enthusiasm, attention to detail and zen calm to his work.
Mike Van Tassell Photography is an award winning architectural and interior design photography studio based in New Jersey. We collaborate with leading designers, brands & creators to capture their artistic vision.
Torben Beeg is a freelance and independent photographer and filmmaker based in Baden-Baden and is available for assignments worldwide. Torben Beeg was born in Ottawa, Canada in 1977 and spent the first five years of his life there before moving to Baden-Baden with his family. He went to school here, graduated from high school in 1997 and moved back to Canada a year later to study film and drama at Brock University in St. Catharines. His unusual career in architecture and interior photography began in 2018 with the UNESCO World Heritage application from the city of Baden-Baden, for which he photographed the most important sights of this small cosmopolitan city. Thus Torben became one of the chroniclers for this ambitious project. In 2021, Baden-Baden, along with 10 other cities in 7 countries, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the title "The Great Spa Towns of Europe." Today, as a photographer in Baden-Baden, Torben focuses primarily on photographing residential and business premises or buildings for architects, contractors, real estate agents, interior designers, furniture manufacturers, interior decorators, hoteliers and many others. Another focus is advertising photography, in which image photography, food -Photography, product photography, as well as concert and portrait photography are an important part of his photography. In 2021, Torben Beeg was named a bronze winner in the Architecture / Interior category at the Tokyo International Fotos Award.
At the age of three, Al Argueta first traveled to Guatemala with his father and was utterly captivated by the country’s landscape and its Maya inhabitants. He would later live in Guatemala for two years, allowing him to formally learn Spanish and to experience Guatemala’s culture firsthand. During summers in high school and college, Al often took a month off to travel to Guatemala, exploring its jungles, ruins, and villages. It was also when he first dabbled in photography, capturing images of the people and landscapes he encountered. In college, Al majored in Journalism and Latin American Studies, managing to squeeze in two study-abroad programs, one in Manchester and one in Maastricht, and traveled through much of Europe. After college, he interned with Costa Rica’s Tico Times, getting his first exposure to travel writing and photography, in addition to covering then-President Bill Clinton’s visit to Guatemala. Al worked briefly for a newspaper in the Virgin Islands before moving on to photography school in Hawaii. He also taught English to college students in Thailand for a time, continuing to satiate the travel bug that bit him years back.
Kris Walker is a master visual storyteller who combines diverse talents and problem-solving skills to deliver a satisfying photographic experience for clients. With over 30 years of photography experience capturing interiors and architecture, Kris's objective is to distill the essence of spatial experiences, inviting viewers to pause, reflect, and connect with projects. His photographs go beyond visual presence, portraying how designs harmonize with their surroundings and the individuals who interact with them. Kris's keen eye for design, craftsmanship, and meticulous approach to composition result in stunning photographs that provide designers and architects a powerful showcase for their projects. Kris breathes life into exterior and interior spaces, skillfully weaving captivating narratives through his lens. With exceptional customer service and a passion for realizing clients' visions, Kris has cultivated enduring relationships throughout his career.
Jasmine Anwer is an architectural and commercial photographer based in Dallas, Texas. She studied visual communications and photography at Texas A&M University – Commerce. Her work seeks to explore peoples’ relationship with the spaces and structures around them, and how these interactions come to shape and define people's’ lives. While focusing, in both commercial and residential architecture, she also photographs food and products. Available for travel world wide.
Antonio is a commercial photographer with over 20 years of experience. Most of his clients are luxury hotels and resorts, and he enjoys covering all aspects of hospitality. Those aspects include Architecture & Interiors, Lifestyle and Food & Beverage. Antonio has also ventured into video production, and he now includes videos with most of his productions. He is also a licensed drone operator. Antonio has collaborated with countless creative directors and brand marketers worldwide to bring their visions to life, whether following a marketing brief or working on innovative concepts with the client. Antonio is well known for his technical photographic skills, and for this reason, he is often invited as a panellist for several photography equipment manufacturers. And due to his extensive travel and knowledge of the industry, he is a guest judge for LTG alongside Travel Channel Tv host Anthony Melchiorri from Hotel impossible and Shane Green, host of TV show Resort Rescue. When Antonio is not travelling the world with his camera or spending time with his family, you will most likely catch him training Brazilian jiujitsu, a competitive sport he has been doing for over 20 years, and he now holds a third-degree black belt.
Tennessee Native, Nicholas McGinn took the photography industry by storm impressively landing multiple national campaigns his first year in the industry. Since then, his precision, utmost attention to detail, and unique understanding of lighting has lead to his skyrocketing rise among the worlds top architectural and interior photographers. It should only be expected that photography goes back five generations in his family. Nicholas is a perfectionist with a photography portfolio of architecture and interior to prove it. His fastidious preparation, commitment for excellence and genuine demeanor provide an experience unlike any other. Nicholas currently travels the country shooting for various corporations, firms and designers.
Jeff Herron studied commercial photography at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan, before relocating to South Florida to pursue his passion. For Jeff, it all started with light, lines and an innate fascination with how these two pillars of art and design translated into photography. Jeff was immediately inspired by the works of the New Topographics movement in the 1970’s with the highly formalized, almost banal aesthetic of man-made structures within a landscape. It resonated how they were able to capture those landscapes in a way that most people wouldn't notice, even if they saw it on a daily basis. You can see the influence here under "Personal Work". Over the past 15 years, Jeff’s eye – coupled with his love of collaboration and dedication to his craft – has earned himself an impressive client base, spanning across the United States, the Caribbean, and beyond, including: Ritz-Carlton, Marriott, JW Marriott, Hyatt, Westin, Sheraton, AC Hotels, Knoll, CBT Architects, Siemens, Lumens, Couples Resorts, PGA Resort, OPL Hotels, Lloyd Loom, Sotheby’s, Christies, Columbia Sussex, Ett Hem Designs, Centex Construction, Bluegreen, and UBS Bank. His work has also been featured in numerous print publications such as Home Magazine, Gulfshore Life and Tropic Magazine.
At Dean Lavenson Photography, Dean brings an utter passion to the set. He is a master with light and an absolute perfectionist. He is as giddy about photography today as when he was a student. And with that passion comes with over 25 years of experience. After graduating from Brooks Institute of Photography and freelancing in L.A. for a few years, Dean relocated his family from Santa Barbara, California to Louisville in 1989. He’s still trying to figure out how that happened. All he remembers is a big yellow Ryder truck with a matching yellow ’73 VW Bug in tow and his wife, Dianne, crying across every state line. Dean still dreams about the beach, but over the years he’s grown to love Louisville. As for how Dean first got started with a camera? Now that’s a long story. Let’s just say, he was on his way to becoming the next Wynton Marsellis. Lucky for Mr. Marsellis, Dean ended up in Beginning Photography as a high school senior. Ask him in person and he’ll give you the looooong version.
David was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, and at 18, toured Europe taking snapshots throughout his travels. His father, who worked for The San Francisco Examiner, saw his photography from his first trip and bought him a better camera for his next summer abroad. After earning a photography degree from the historic Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, Calif., David has a successful studio shooting for the last 30 years. His work ranges in special interests, including editorial architecture, commercial lifestyles to product work for national clients. With visual trends changing as often as the PNW weather, David is abreast on the latest lighting and composition techniques, and integrates them into his workflow to keep his style fresh and ever evolving. David's clients have relied on his ability to create work they knew they needed, and have been pleased with content that furthered their concepts. When David isn't shooting, you can find him traveling Europe, reeling in salmon in Alaska, creating fun ways to enjoy valuable family time, or on set as an extra in one of many motion pictures being filmed in Oregon, which in a small way, fulfills his passion for the film industry.
Andy Ryan is a New York based architecture, interiors, and home products photographer. Andy's images have been featured in national shelter publications, including Domino Magazine and on the cover of Country Living Magazine. Andy is available for assignment throughout the New York City Metro Tri-State, Long Island, the Hudson Valley, New England, the Northeast, and beyond.
John Benford creates honest, authentic portrait and lifestyle images and powerful architectural images for commercial and editorial clients of all sizes. Centered on themes of craftsmanship, honest work, relationship to the land, and human connection, John’s photographs are graphically composed, richly textured, rooted in a sense of place, and reflect his deep reverence for life and belief in our common humanity. John’s vision is informed by his unique background, which includes studying to be a Unitarian Universalist minister followed by almost a decade working with data and systems in the corporate world. Like his path to professional photography, his images live in the tension between the organic and engineered, spiritual and scientific, heart and mind. John Benford Photography is built on principles of respect for all people and the planet, integrity and fairness in relationships, and sustainability. As such, John especially appreciates working with mission-driven clients such as B Corps and other socially responsible businesses, and on sustainable design projects such as LEED-certified, Passivhaus, net-zero, and living buildings.
I'm based in Austin but work all over Texas and the rest of the country. Maintaining a consistent aesthetic, many of my projects are in the commercial advertising and editorial world but you'll find some personal experiments and explorations in the Series column. These productions are big and small from multi-day lifestyle cast and shoots to just me and the subject in a low key setting. Strongly architectural images and interiors are a concentration with their own home at craigwashburnplaces.com. I am also the founder of still-motion pictures, a fresh merging of motion, photography and animation.
I've always had a curiosity for exploring spaces and a desire to describe what I see to others. I began to use drawing and painting as tools to create imaginary buildings as a child. Since then I developed my discerning eye for describing space while earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and studying Architecture at Ball State University. There I built several pinhole cameras in pursuit of a simple machine that could record the essence of a space. This quest led me to New York City where I showed my fine art pinhole photographs and began my commercial photography training. Starting out using a 4×5 view camera and film, I built relationships with architects, designers, art directors, and editors. Always focused on remaining efficient and getting projects published, I quickly adapted to using digital capture. Today, my goal is to be a visual storyteller who describes the unfolding of a space by using my camera.
I may not look Mexican at first glance, though, I am in spirit and culture. My background is from Japan and born in the southern hemisphere where samba and caipirinhas are the staple of the country and although I don’t dance samba as well I do have the attitude and optics to bring to my clients the photos I get assigned to bring in. I work by commission to build image libraries for websites, annual reports or publications of all kinds. I’m an easy going type of person who likes to offer and deliver more than is briefed.