Jon Enoch is an award-winning London-based advertising photographer and director with a bold, uncomplicated approach to his images.
His commercial photography work sees him shooting in the advertising, lifestyle, editorial and corporate sectors for agencies or directly with brands, as well as NGOs and large enterprises.
Equally at home on location or in the studio, clients include: Facebook, American Airlines, Stand up to Cancer, Wiggle, Norwegian Airlines, Ketchum, Skoda, The Times, The RNLI, Philips, EA Sports, ES Magazine and Benefit Cosmetics.
Jon is writing this himself using the third person.
Born in Dallas, TX, I retain the Southern charm and politeness which eases the minds of models and my team on set. My interest in photography began when film photography was king. Following a year at GA Tech for Computer Engineering and several more years finding myself, I returned to school for Fashion Photography in Chicago. There, I honed my skills, fell in love with digital photography, and learned to shoot with purpose.
Since moving to NYC, I have continued to experiment and grow as an artist. I love to tell visual stories through my unique perspective. My aesthetic leans towards polished and stylized. I have a mastery of natural and artificial light as well as an ability to transform a space into a place not fully recognizable.
I also learned the role of Digital Tech in the fast-paced world of e-commerce. Tasks included building shot lists, camera & computer support, backups with Chronosync, and processing of files.
My ideal job is to photograph fashion and beauty campaigns for trendy and upscale brands; using my skills to benefit brands by elevating their aesthetic, creating timeless and artistic moments.
Outside of photography, I am passionate about good food, stimulating conversation, great television, and modern art. I have also been told I excel at dad jokes and terrible, terrible puns.
Hello! My name is Olya Kushik and I have been in photography for 14 years, 11 of which I shoot portraits, fashion, nude, work with brands and magazines in Ukraine and around the world.
Most of all I like to photograph women, to emphasize their tenderness and sexuality.
I live in Kyiv, I train young photographers and constantly improve myself.
I love to travel, take self-portraits and dance.
Natalie Chitwood is an advertising + editorial photographer based in the greater NYC area. From the Catskill Mountains to the Jersey Shore Beaches, her happy place is outdoors with a strong cup of coffee. Grateful for her husband + their two adventurous boys who are constant inspiration and bring on the belly laughs. She strives to tell a narrative in her commercial work and she's been capturing personal stories, within communities on anti-racism, healthcare workers, zero waste small businesses, cannabis farming and climate change.
Ofir Abe is an Amsterdam-based photographer born in Tel Aviv, Israel.
With over 15 years of experience as a professional freelance photographer, he has a diverse background that includes a transition from a graphic designer in major advertising firms in Israel.
As a self-taught photographer, Ofir has developed a unique skillset that combines carefully acquired lighting techniques with exceptional people skills.
Cathlin is a Photographer and Director based in Austin, Texas who loves photographing people, and you get the sense that her portraits are challenging you with an achingly beautiful question about life you can’t put into words. (Either that or they’re playing up something funny!) She’s inspired by shadows and light, that kinetic energy you can feel on your skin, and a sentimental longing that connects us all. Cathlin is a mama to two children who are often depicted in her photographs.
Cathlin takes the photographs that don’t look staged. The in-between moments. The funny inside jokes. The commercial photography that doesn’t look over-produced and over-lit. Her sweet spot comes from observing how people naturally act and move, and directing them to “do more of that”.
She grew up on a lake in Iowa, and her adventure heart never quit those big open skies, which is how she ended up in Texas. Cathlin came to UT for grad school and fell in love with Texas. It felt like home. Since she lived in Austin in the 90s, she considers herself an honorary Texan.
She enjoys surfing whenever possible, which is almost never (land-locked in Texas). Her friends call her brave and scrappy, and her work weird. She thinks they should get out more.