Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina
English, Spanish, Italian
I shoot corporate, advertising and editorial commissions for international companies and publications, advertising agencies, hotels and resorts.
I was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of 12 or 13, I got a nice toy as a gift: a fancy Kodak Fiesta. Loading 120mm roll film into the “techie” device quickly became one of my passions. Then, a family holiday trip to Machu Picchu, Peru, offered me my first breathtaking location to shoot. Afterwards, I processed the rolls, saw the results and never quit shooting since then.
I travel frequently to shoot assignments in different regions and countries. Traveling around the globe is part of my life and photography style.
My work is usually published by top companies, and publications such as Travel + Leisure, Wall Street Journal, Departures, Gourmet, The New York Times Style Magazine, Fortune, Business Week, Outside, Ocean Drive, National Geographic Traveler, Harpers & Queen (UK), Condè Nast Traveler (UK), Elle Decor (Germany) , Casa Brutus (Japan), among others.
Angela went on a field trip in third grade and took pictures with her favorite pink Le Clic camera. When she showed the class her photographs from the trip her teacher told her she should be a photographer. Like any good student Angela didn’t listen until 15 years later. Thank you Ms. Ushrey for being "the wind beneath my wings."
Julien is a Paris-based editorial photographer.
Commissioned: Paris Match, Le Point, Le Monde, Le Figaro Magazine, Forbes Afrique, L’Obs, Magazine L’Equipe, Le Parisien Mag, La Vie, L’Express, Science et Avenir, Challenges, Femmes ici et Ailleurs, Les Echos, Paris World Wide, 3 Etoiles, Vigneron Magazine, France Football…
My name is Michael and I am a commercial and editorial portrait photographer. Born and raised in the south, I have made Tuscaloosa, Al my home for my wife and three beautiful dancing daughters. I love being immersed in the design and details of my shoots – Each location, client and campaign has a unique set of challenges that I love taking on. Dramatic, cinematic lighting is most often how I convey the ultimate message of my work. I have had the opportunity to collaborate and work with some amazingly creative and talented people across the country – I look forward to working with you too.
Jon Enoch is an award-winning lifestyle and portrait photographer with a bold, uncomplicated approach to his images. His commercial photography work sees him shooting in the advertising, lifestyle, editorial and corporate sectors for NGOs, design firms and advertising agencies; as well as directly for brands. Jon’s work has earned him widespread recognition, from being featured in international news media to multiple nominations for Celebrity Photographer of the Year to the Professional Publishers Association’s Best Magazine Cover. His work Body and Mind won the Non-Commissioned Portraits Series in the highly prestigious AOP Awards 2015. He was nominated again in both 2016 and 2017. ‘Bikes of Hanoi’ won gold in the Paris Photo Prize 2019. Equally at home on location or in the studio, clients include: Wiggle, Norwegian Airlines, Sport Magazine, Ketchum, Fabulous, Skoda, The Times, Forever Sports, The RNLI, Philips, EA Sports, Addison Lee, ES Magazine and The Royal British Legion.
Every photograph begins with an idea. The job of a photographer is to not only capture the vision, but manipulate it into art, bigger than life and beyond any initial expectations.
Photographer, Clay Cook, has learned the importance of going the extra mile, after a long, arduous run in the music business. As a result, his wisdom, field experience and work ethic has pushed him further into an inspiring career in Advertising and Editorial photography.
Over a short period of time, Clay has shaped creative projects with brands such as: A&E, History, Lifetime, Comcast, Uproxx, Livestrong, NFL, Papa John’s Pizza and Vince Camuto. In addition, he has brought to life, worldwide assignments for publications such as National Geographic, Time, Forbes, Popular Mechanics, The Guardian and W Magazine.
I’m an Englishman in New York, sound familiar?
I became a photographer back in 2002 and was a digital evangelist for Hasselblad and traveled the world promoting professional digital photography before we had iPhones. I’ve been on TV for shows like Sweden’s Next Top Model and have photographed unbelievably cool people – both well-known and not so well-known. I live vicariously through performers.
I’ve worked across the world for lots of publications and have had what you’d call a “varied” career. From bouncing around in helicopters with the French Foreign Legion in Africa, to photographing 300 naked people for charity, I haven’t exactly seen it all, but I’ve seen a lot.
Kyle Monk has an elegant and unique style blending minimalism with story telling. His work specializes in a range of expertise, covering a broad gamut, from commercial and fine art to documentary. A perfectionist, he believes his education will never be complete and lives to challenge his talents. Kyle’s easy going personality and modest demeanor give comfort and the confidence to all the subjects he works with, even if they have never been photographed professionally before. He is constantly reinventing himself, collaborating with other artists on personal projects and always striving to push his photography.
Zachary Bako is an American photographer and experimental filmmaker based in Shanghai + Cleveland, Ohio. After receiving his B.S. in Business + M.A in Studio Photography at Case Western Reserve University in conjunction with the Cleveland Institute of Art, Bako moved to New York and began his photography career in the fashion and fine art industries. His range of media developed further during a four-year stint in Beijing where he cultivated his reportage work, winning American Photography three years in a row. In a subsequent three-year stretch in Los Angeles, Bako explored filmmaking and experimental light design. Splitting time between Shanghai and the Midwest, he brings his honed multidisciplinary techniques into his film and still productions.
Kirsten Miccoli is an internationally published fashion, beauty and advertising photographer based in the United States. Kirsten began cultivating her passion for photography at a young age. At 13, she was creating complex staged self portraits using props she collected and wardrobe from her mother’s closet. Years of this practice gave Kirsten a very strong foundation and a unique approach to directing talent. Kirsten attended Columbia College Chicago and graduated with her BFA in 2010. She continues to use her documentary background to capture seemingly candid moments in even the most staged scenarios. At the age of 32, Kirsten now owns a studio in Chicago, IL but often travels shooting for clients all around the world. With over 12 years of professional experience, Kirsten has worked with many well known brands and celebrities. Overall, Kirsten enjoys being part of the creative process from start to finish. She loves working with others and bringing ideas to life. Whether she is meticulously constructing a new image or capturing the existing beauty of her subject, her love for photography and directing shows in every frame
Matt Carr is an award-winning visual storyteller with a background in photojournalism and a penchant for delivering honest, believable, and beautifully lit scenes.
His photography has been published in The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, ESPN, GQ, Men’s Health, Premiere, and Rolling Stone among other publications, and he has been recognized by American Photo, Hasselblad Masters, PDN, IPA, and Communication Arts.
After 10 years working in London and Prague, Matt now lives in Brooklyn with his wife and their spirited 7 year-old daughter.
Based in Cefnpennar, United Kingdom
I’m a photographer specialising in unit production stills, BTS and special/key art shoots for film and TV publicity and marketing, as well as corporate and commercial portraiture and reportage. I’m based in South Wales in the UK, but I’m happy to travel to wherever the next exciting shoot is!
I pride myself on my professionalism in all aspects of my business. I’m easy to work with, and deliver on time and on budget. And I’m happy to work to a tight creative brief or to advise and collaborate on creative ideas, logistics and production for projects of all sizes.
So, whether you’re looking for a photographer to cover a six month film production, or you just need a simple headshot for your company’s website, get in touch and I’ll be happy to help!
JSquared Photography is a photo team in Los Angeles specializing in Celebrity/Portraiture, Entertainment and Commercial. photography.
We get a lot of questions about how a photography team works. It’s not too difficult to explain. Joe Magnani and Jared Schlachet have been working togther for over 10 years (and now you know why we went with JSquared rather than Schlachet and Magnani). You get two sets of eyes carefully watching the set and the monitor as images come in. You get two individuals who genuinely care about the quality of the photography we are handing to the client. Best of all you get two guys who are easy to work with and are willing to do anything for the shot. We are a team involved with all aspects of the production from pre to post.
Their work has appeared in numerous magazines including international magazines. We work with all level of clients from small business’ to entertainment networks. Some clients include Warner Bros, CW, Too Faced Cosmetics, Angeleno Magazine, Emmy Magazine, and many more.
JSquared Photography would like to continue to grow by working with new clients both local to LA and nationally.
Bowery Image Group (Ann-Sophie Fjellø-Jensen & Andrew Kelly)
Based in New York, New York
Andrew and Ann-Sophie are the Bowery Image Group.
From opposite sides of the world, this Australian and Danish duo met in a downtown Manhattan photo studio through their shared love of the image. Andrew, a photojournalist from country Australia and Ann-Sophie, a lifestyle photographer daughter of Danish designers. A yin and and a yang.
Together they work creating corporate and marketing imagery for the world’s top brands. Ann-Sophie’s quiet and considered refinement combines with Andrew’s pulse racing love of capturing the moment.
Ann-Sophie has worked to create images for Citibank, FX, Lyft, Gatorade, Mountain Dew, Adidas, Nike, Elmhurst Hospital, RCA Records.
Andrew, globally published through his work with global news agency Reuters, has created images for McDonald’s, Adidas, Nintendo, Microsoft, Ford.
They can be booked as a team or separately per commission.
Based in Vancouver, Canada
English, Italian, Spanish
10 THINGS ABOUT CARLO:
I FREAKING LOVE MY GRANDMA
I WAS BORN AND BRED IN A SMALL TOWN NEAR BOLOGNA IN ITALY. WE HAVE A 1200 YEARS OLD CASTLE!!
I COACHED BASKETBALL PROFESSIONALLY FOR A LIVING IN MY EARLY TWENTIES
MY DAD COLLECTS OLD FILM CAMERAS, HE HAS ALMOST 100 OF THEM
MY MUM IS THE SWEETEST WOMAN ON EARTH AND SHE TAUGHT ME HOW TO COOK THE PERFECT CARBONARA
IF YOU’RE LUCKY ONE DAY I’LL COOK YOU THE BEST CARBONARA IN THE WORLD. IF YOU’RE NOT SO LUCKY, YOU’LL HAVE A TUNA SANDWICH MADE AT 4AM BEFORE PORTFOLIO SHOOTS THAT HAVE NO BUDGET FOR FANCY CATERING
I LIVED IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, FOR 3 YEARS. G’DAY MATE
IN 2011 MY PARTNER AND I DROVE FROM THE MOST SOUTHERN TIP OF SOUTH AMERICA ALL THE WAY TO VANCOUVER IN A ’86 VW VAN NAMED BETSY
BETSY REQUIRED 39 MECHANICS AND AN UNKNOWN NUMBER OF SWEARING WORDS TO ACCOMPLISH THE MISSION
HOLDING BOTH VISAS, YOU CAN FIND ME DRINKING CRAFT BEER IN VANCOUVER AS OFTEN AS IN VENICE BEACH
Originally from Belfast and now based in London, Michael Leckie has extensive experience in portrait and commercial photography. Michael’s ability to put his subject at ease during a shoot and his creative enthusiasm when dealing with clients have seen his reputation within the industry go from strength to strength.
Michael has photographed some of the biggest celebrities and people of importance, from Harry Styles to Sir David Attenborough. Michael Also have a passion for Lifestyle photography as Portraiture and this has seen him work with brands like Longines.
He continuely gets repeat business from clients and builds strong relationships because of his quality of work and respect for the job at hand as well as being relaxed and fun on shoots.
Jonathan is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Washington, DC. He specializes in portraiture, food & beverage, music, and sport photography that is character driven, modern, and dramatic. His style is most notably marked by his vibrant and compelling use of light, color, and composition. While his imagery may be moody and dramatic, Jonathan certainly is not. In contrast, he is usually found spreading laughter around the set and striving to facilitate working conditions that are both sensitive to client needs and inspire the creative risk taking process. People are always surprised to learn that Jonathan was born with a congenital heart defect and has successfully recovered from two open-heart operations. These experiences are reflected in the empathy, integrity, and excitement that he brings to his craft every day.
Antoine Doyen was born in 1982 in Nancy, France.
As he was getting bored in University in 2005, he dropped out of Sociology so he could fly to West Africa and see what kind of movies where shot and watched there. What should have been a scientific study became a series of images that brought him to photography as a job; he never showed up in class ever again. Back in France, the newspaper "Metro" sent him on assignment to the Cannes Film Festival: that’s how he gets into portrait, by chance. He then enrolls in a photojournalism class at the EMI-CFD (Paris).
He works on assignment for a variety of news outlets (Le Monde, L’Express, Le Parisien Magazine, Les Echos, Studio Cine Live, The Wall Street Journal…) and communication agencies.
First a portrait photographer, he also ventures in the long-format realm, currently documenting tractor pulling competitions… and the life of catholic priests. In any case, the subject that matters is commitment & passion.
My work spans many different genres – from shooting people to focusing on things we wear, the things we eat, to the places we live, to the things we love, and the things we crave. I love to capture it all. People ask me to help them tell stories through a lens. I can do that – I love it.
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.
Jason Elias is a photographer and director who lives in Venice, CA, with his wife Jessica, their son Arlo and their little dog Linus. Jason’s stills work focuses on Advertising, Portraits, Key Art, and Travel.
He originally came from the commercial film business, and those years on set have recently led back to his directing career. Over the past few years, Jason has made a documentary film, come close to investing in a Moroccan Kasbah, and scuba-dived off the coast of East Africa in Zanzibar.
He has traveled to roughly 25 countries (including India four times) and still dreams of flying to Mozambique, Mongolia, and Indonesia.
Being married to a mid-westerner, he has come to like Fargo (good pretzels) and is also the father of an amazing two-and-half-year-old son Arlo, so please be patient as he didn’t get much sleep last night.
Jason is a full-time Buddhist and an occasional cocktailer.
Mary Beth Koeth was born on June 2nd, 1982 in Ohio.
She’s the youngest of five kids whose names all begin with M…she’s still not sure why her parents, Mike and Marlene, thought that was a good idea.
Her parents moved to Texas when she was one, and she quickly embraced the Texas uniform: cowboy boots and a slight food stain on the lower bottom corner of her shirt.
She survived Catholic elementary and grade school despite the fact that she told a priest during confession that she had robbed a bank.
Koeth went to an all-girls college prep where she spent the majority of her time in the darkroom sniffing hazardous chemicals and forgetting to shave her legs.
She was a vegetarian for eight years…then lemon chicken happened.
She spent three and a half years at Texas Tech University and a semester in Florence dreaming about hot make-out sessions in the darkroom, but came out with a Design Communication degree instead.
Armed with visions of power suits and briefcases, Mary Beth moved to Kansas City to work as a designer for Hallmark Cards.
She later moved overseas to further her greeting card design skills with Hallmark UK.