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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.
Bryan Regan is a Raleigh, NC based commercial and editorial photographer, a photography school dropout who learned his craft assisting photographers across the country back in the days of film. Whether in his downtown studio or on location photographing people, products or places,Regan’s passion for storytelling comes through in his images. When he’s not booked, he’s out shooting personal projects and spending time with his family.
Seth Powers is a Shanghai-based photographer specializing in architecture and interiors. He works primarily with architects and designers to render their vision with care and a keen eye for composition. Since 2012, he has photographed architecture and interior projects for dozens of international firms, local boutique design practices, as well as many well-known international brands.
Fulton is a world-class image-maker and seasoned creative partner who’s built his reputation on a unique vision, tenacious work ethic. paradoxically wrapped in a friendly, easy-going nature. “Every time I look at our image library it makes me happy – everything about it. Thank you so much, John!” — Mary Welsh, Visual Content Manager Americas – Delta Airlines Best known for his powerful people and conceptual work, Fulton has created award-winning campaigns for global brands like Honda, Coca-Cola, Novartis, and AT&T. “John is a work ‘till 4 am, whatever it takes to get it done right, kind of artist. It’s a pleasure tackling projects with him.” “Complex image-making can be a challenge with many artists, but when working with John and his seasoned team, the process is always a blend of professionalism, humor, and artistry.” — John Rosato, Sr. Producer – Mu//en John is based in Atlanta and represented worldwide by: VISU – NYC / LA / Miami
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. : )
Jeffrey Totaro has had a life-long interest in design and construction. Before becoming a photographer, he worked as an architect and structural engineer for a prominent Philadelphia firm. During his education and early career, his strong interest in design was coupled with an interest in photographing architecture and interiors. A self-taught photographer, Jeffrey transitioned to professional photography in 1996 and has since built an impressive portfolio of commercial, residential, and institutional photography for leading firms in Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Washington DC and elsewhere around the country.
I’m an American photographer and I try to create atmospheric and mesmerising images of landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, and abandoned spaces. I’ve been living and working in Hong Kong for 9 years now. However I travel quite a bit through out the world for work, which I am happy to do. I work with many architecture firms, interior designers, and advertising agencies in and around Hong Kong.
My work, like my life, has been a journey of contrasts. My career in professional baseball enhanced my ability to persevere and excel in the face of repeated adversity, a gift that I’ve carried with me ever since. Though seemingly unrelated, the worlds of professional baseball and professional photography mirror each other in beautiful ways. Elite athletics requires an unyielding grit and determination to push your physical limits; elite photography demands the same mental fortitude, but in pursuit of something more vulnerable and interpretive. While I’ve been fortunate to thrive in high-stakes environments, I care deeply about the details of the people and places that I photograph and approach each new assignment with a humble desire to learn and absorb. The images I create are equal parts raw and delicate, honest and aspirational, like a visual collection of punctuation marks that amplify your story.
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.
I grew up in a central Pennsylvania rural farm community, surrounded by mountains and fields. From a young age I always had a fascination with drawing and buildings. Creating with my hands, and following my Dad around the yard with a saw, hammer, and plastic push mower was a common thing. As I grew up, my interests turned to more creative aspects and included drafting and being an integral part of my schools’ arts department. Its there where my love for design and photography opened up. Once completing college, my love and passion for photography took hold. After establishing myself in the wedding and portrait photography, I branched out to discover new avenues in the field. My love for design and architecture brought me to where I am today. I am always looking and studying buildings and design elements. It’s not uncommon to see me scouring through interior design and architectural magazines for new and interesting ideas on how to see space in our three-dimensional world. I love collaborating with other creatives, designers, architects and engineers. To me collaboration is a must in the creative process as it can help in solving problems in the moment.
Sterling E. Stevens is an architectural photographer based in Raleigh, NC and San Antonio, TX, working primarily throughout the southern United states since 2009. He is formally educated and trained as an architect, with a previous professional career practicing design and complimentary credentials as a displaying fine art photographer. Today, Sterling provides creative architectural photography for a broad diversity of clients, blending his artistic eye, architectural knowledge, and environmental awareness into unique and dynamic portraits of designed and built projects. Sterling’s imagery is widely integrated within marketing collateral, advertising campaigns, printed publications, and pursuit of design/industry awards.
Stefan Fuertbauer, a Vienna-based freelance photographer working in the areas of portraiture, reportage, travel, and food for editorial, corporate, and advertising. Frequent appearance in international and national publications, magazines, newspapers, corporate media, and advertising campaigns. Free work featured in ESQUIRE, feature shoot, iGNANT, and Photography Served. Born in 1976 and raised in Upper Austria. Lives and works in Vienna since 1997. The self-taught photographer started to take pictures in early childhood when his father passed down a 35mm film camera to him.
Matt is an award-winning editorial portrait, commercial advertising, industrial, and sports photographer out of a southern town just a few minutes south of Atlanta called Macon. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Mercer University in Human Services ( he’s a people person) Back in the day, he tried his hand in TV as a commercial TV producer and was promoted to a sports reporter. During his time there he shot local news and a little photography (he stuck with the latter). When he’s not on assignment, he’s more than likely watching his favorite soccer team Arsenal FC, boxing, coaching soccer, reading, drinking hazelnut coffee, or listening to 80’s music (and yes he’s a huge Hall and Oates fan). He’s also an avid comic collector who is one of a few people to hold an original copy of the 1984 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 first print…COWABUNGA Matt is available to travel for assignments within the US and internationally. He keeps his passport ready!
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.
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.
Shannon O’Hara grew up on the campus of Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Mississippi, where his father is an art professor while his mother taught art at the Mississippi School of the Arts. A chronic daydreamer, Shannon left his home at 16 to pursue his dream of becoming a professional ballet dancer, a passion that eventually earned him a job as a dancer with the Houston Ballet, the nation’s fourth largest company. A similar passion later carried him to New York, where he spent 10 years working and studying photography on his own and at the International Center of Photography and The School of Visual Arts. He furthered his professional education in photography by assisting some of New York’s top photographers, including legendary Magnum master Bruce Davidson and renowned food and travel photographer Ben Fink. Shannon has returned to Houston with his wife and daughter to explore the life and culture that he left so long ago.
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.
I’m a location photographer based in Cleveland,OH and I provide the photography you need to illustrate your editorial publication, annual report, or brand campaign. I specialize in shooting everything from portraiture to the performing arts. During the past 30 years I have been a regular contributor to a long list of national publications which have included Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, Newsweek, The New York Times, and Reader’s Digest. In addition to editorial portraiture, architecture, and industrial photography I also provide photography services for The Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals of Cleveland. At night I am the house photographer for Great Lakes Theater Festival, Cleveland Play House, and the internationally renowned Cleveland Orchestra. I grew up in the editorial business.
If Chad’s photography had a trait it would probably be labeled optimistic. Chad looks to capture the beautiful, the good in the world around us, and the people in it. It could be a pleasant smile, time shared between friends, the solace of a place. “I am a photographer because I want to create, share, elevate the production, and collaborate with others who have creative ideas. I photograph because it’s my way of telling the story.” Chad continues to create content for national brands as well as many local and editorial clients. He lives in Minneapolis, MN with his wife and 3 children.
In the beginning he aspired to smuggle gems from Sri Lanka and live on the island of Fatu Hiva where Gauguin painted. Instead moved to Micronesia and got lost for two years. Fell in lust. Slid down a coconut tree; very painful. Saw a blue moon. Was attacked by sharks but got lucky. Built houses, speared fish, Fell in love. Went home empty handed. Went to school, got bored then graduated. Lived in Mexico, fell in love, got drunk with a cartel hit man. Lived in Indian village, broke two ribs, lost all his money on a cock fight, got lost in a cave but now is found. Published widely acclaimed work. Made mama proud. Worked for newspapers. Worked for Sipa Press. Walked in the desert, got heat stroke, thought he saw God or Jerry Garcia. Recovered. Worked for Life, Fortune, Newsweek, National Geographic. Went to Cuba and smoked cigars. Fell in Love. Married in Havana. She saw him coming a mile away. Fortunate tragedy. Recovered. Worked for New York Times, Discovery Channel, Amgen, Target, etc. Worked in Latin America. Fell in Love with the wrong woman then Fell in love with the right woman Got Married, wife, kid, beagle and garden. The whole nine yards. Beagle ate the house. Likes tomatoes, green tea and bike riding. Most pressing question: "Are we living in a simulation.?"
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!
I am a professional interior and people photographer working in Europe specialising in commercial interior photography and residential interior photography. As an interior photographer working in Berlin, London, Lugano and many other places in Europe I have been published in many interior books, interior design magazines and featured on interior inspiration blogs and decor ideas websites, building strong editorial photography presence.
Based in St. Louis, Sam Fentress has been photographing architecture and interiors since 1982. Raised in Nashville and Detroit, he graduated from Princeton University and received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Art Institute of Chicago. His work documenting the built environment in St. Louis and beyond has been published in over 100 magazines worldwide. He has photographed in 49 states, Spain, India, Saudi Arabia, and China. With Osmund Overby he is the co-author of William Adair Bernoudy, Bringing the Legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright to St. Louis, published by the University of Missouri Press in 1999, with a foreword by Gyo Obata.