Editorial clients include D la Reppublica, Weird, Vanity Fair, Panorama, L’Espresso, SportWeek, Style, IL, Gioia, Grazia, A, Sette, Monocle, Financial Time WE, How to Spent it, WSJ, Die Welt, National Geographic, GEO, Stern, Sabato Magazine, GQ, Cathay Pacific Magazin, Elsevier, Lufthansa Magazine, Wings Magazine, German wings, ADAC travel magazine, National Geographic China, L’Express, Salone, and Monsieur. Corporate and ADV clients include Regione Trentino, Vodafone, Riomare, Banco di Vicenza, Ferrari, Continental, Pictet, Shell, DHL, Ink Global – Travel media, Pastificio Rana, Epson, Giorgetti, Molteni, Ander Group, Nissan, Deutsche Poste, Cial, and Cassa Lombard.
Ian is a freelance photographer and filmmaker.
In between editing and assignments, Ian MacLellan rock climbs, runs, canoes, surfs, bikes, and has been photographing a daily blog for the last six years. He loves photographing for magazines, websites, posterity, gigantic billboards, social media campaigns, and everything in between.
Commercial Clients: L.L. Bean, The North Face, Janji, Brooks Running, Huckberry, Boston Celtics, Boston Scientific, OmniPod, Tufts Health Plan, Audi, Land Rover, Mizuno, West Elm, Steward Health Care, Target, Hannaford Supermarkets, Museum of Science Boston, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, City of Boston, Brooklyn Boulders, Boathouse Group, and MORE Advertising, .
Editorial and Non-Profit Clients: Runner’s World, Nature, The New York Times, Orion Magazine, Trust for Public Land, Appalachian Mountain Club, Mass Audubon, Preservation Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Seattle Times, Entrepreneur Magazine, BuzzFeed News, Travel + Leisure, Genome, Law360, ChildObesity180, Tufts University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Magazine, , and Canoe and Kayak Magazine.
Photographer, general dweeberist, orange enthusiast, beekeeper.
CARY NORTON lives in BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
fin & munch
upgrading your software for you
taking electronics apart
making up overly competitive
regretting shaving them
the feel of lp records
loading 4×5 and 8×10
shooting 4×5 and 8×10
wet plate collodion
Elizabeth Cecil is a professional photographer. Whether she is shooting food, lifestyle or travel, her work is inspired by light, color, and her natural surroundings. Elizabeth aims to capture visual authenticity and poetry in everything she photographs. Her work has appeared in Bon Appetit, Saveur, Coastal Living and The Wall Street Journal. She is a contributing photographer and the founding photo editor of Edible Vineyard. When she’s not making pictures, you can find her out catching waves with her husband or in the kitchen baking a pie. Elizabeth lives on the island of Martha’s Vineyard except when she boards the ferry or hops on a plane to travel for work.
i’m a product of the 80’s thus my love for bob ross and john hughes movies. my parents always taught me the virtue of being creative, and the importance of learning from my mistakes. i’ve specialized in fashion, advertising, and commercial photography since 2006. i’m currently represented by civilized photoworld.
when not in the studio i’m usually found in the adirondack mountains of upstate ny with my wife and dog, hiking, building furniture, fishing, or lounging by a fire with friends.
my work has been published in elle, seventeen, wwd, footwear news, schön, creem, modern luxury, cake magazine, sicky mag, digital deluxx, and zink, as well as many online fashion blogs and publications.
Emmanuel was born in 1977 in Saumur (loire valley). Torn between his two passion, music and photography, he decided for the second as a career. In 1997, he served during his military time in Paris at the etablissement cinematographique et photographique des armees. This job led him to work closely with the French government. For four years, he then continued to follow the prime minister at the time, Lionel Jospin in all his national and international trips as its official photographer, confronting himself to a wide range of situations and subjects. once Jospin’s mandate ended, Emmanuel left the administration and joined imapress agency in 2001 covering societal and political stories. Rich from these experiences, he decided to go freelance in 2004 and has been multiplying collaborations with various wire agencies (Reuters, Gamma, Strates) publications and corporations worldwide since then. Along with long term personal projects about Tchernobyl and immigration issues in France, he covers various stories about politics, sports, lifestyle, and fashion always in a very personal style and numerous corporate and editorial portraits.
Bruce T. Martin is an American Fine Art photographer who uses photography to document the world, explore perceptions, and question our viewpoints. After graduating from Syracuse University in 1977, he began working as a Historical Preservation photographer, using photography to help put endangered buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. His photographs are in a number of private and public collections and have been exhibited throughout the U.S. and Central America. Today, along with exhibiting his fine art photography projects, he is a leading architectural photographer, making photographs for the nation’s foremost architects, designers, and publications.
For assignments, he uses High Resolution Digital Camera systems for the maximum image fidelity possible, complete perspective control movements and the highest quality lenses available. These systems rival 4×5 film in quality while more cost efficient and allowing for greater modification in post-production.
Sean Scheidt is a lifestyle/fashion photographer who specializes in combining color, light and emotion to create beautiful, compelling imagery. Having started out as a painter, his unique perspective blends the use of vibrant color palettes with youthful optimism and a painterly style that is both current and timeless.
At the heart of everything is his love of creating. He believes the best work can only be done with sincerity and enthusiasm. With this in mind he strives to make each shoot an opportunity for light-hearted fun, laughter and creative exploration. He thrives under the pressure of set life and will do whatever it takes to bring his clients vision to life.
His work can be seen in many of the nations top youth magazines, creative brands and content providers.
When not creating behind the lens, Sean can be found in his kitchen cooking up some tasty fare for his family and friends.
David Fonda is an award winning architectural and interiors photographer based in the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. With a background in fine art, and experience in the editorial, corporate, and industrial, as well as architectural spheres, he combines a refined eye, an eagerness to comprehend, and a desire to communicate, with a business mind-set, and ‘behind the scenes’ understanding.
His images revel in the inter-play of light and structure, line and shape, tint and texture, making evident both his love of photography and of architecture. His clients include architects, interior designers, real estate investment firms & developers, architectural product manufacturers, construction companies, advertising agencies & graphic designers, and editorial.
Emanuele (b. 1987) is a visual artist working mainly with photography.
His personal and intimate narrative lies in between the conceptual and documentary approach.
After a BA in Photography, in 2014 he attends the International class at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Aarhus (Denmark). In 2016 he publishes his first book “Notes for a silent man” with Witty Books (IT).
His work has been exhibited in several international photo festivals such FOTOGRAFIA EUROPEA, SI FEST, Riga Photomonth.
As freelance he regularly works with both national and international magazines and newspapers.
He currently lives and works in Italy.
I’m a commercial and editorial portrait photographer living in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.
From the time I was a child, I loved drawing and painting. When my dad gave me my first camera when I was 12, I saw photography as another art form, and I still do. From those early photos I realized that I prefer the warmth and grace of natural light and the simple beauty of a perfect composition.
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.
After earning a degree in Communication Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University, Greg Miles moved to New York City where he immediately gravitated toward fashion photography. By working with renowned fashion photographer Michael Thompson, Greg quickly put together a portfolio shooting for such magazines as Interview and Black Book and has been shooting ever since.
In 2001, Greg moved to New Orleans where he turned his focus on the city’s cultural epicenter, most notably its renowned music scene. He has since photographed hundreds of musicians for both commercial and personal work. Greg has taken pictures for countless magazines around the world as well as dozens of commercial clients including Gibson Guitars, Island Def Jam Records, NPR, Neiman Marcus, W Hotels, Verve Records, Harrah’s Casino, Sonesta and Tasc Performance.
Bryan was raised in northern New Jersey, just outside of NYC. He stayed in the Northeast for college, receiving a BFA in photography from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Bryan’s love of creative planning and detailed productions has led him to conceptualize, map out, and execute projects for publications, brands, and agencies all over the world. His resume ranges from editorial — he’s collaborated with the likes of The New York Times and Rolling Stone — to commercial, taking on clients such as Apple, Starbucks, Target, and Warner Bros. On the weekends, Bryan can be found exploring nature with his theater executive wife, their two young children, and the family dog, Bobby, a.k.a “Big Legs.”
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.
I’m Shravya Kag, a queer, brown, photo and video documentarian based in Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Vijayawada, India, I moved to Brooklyn in 2015 and graduated from the School of Visual Arts with an MPS in Photography.
Captivated by oral histories and how they can shape a culture, my work is an exploration of home, identity and personal space largely focusing on the intimate and interpersonal stories of people of color and of queer people.
I’m currently working on a body of work on Queer South Asians and a short-documentary of a drag queen based in New Jersey.
I’m available for assignments and collaborations. Also do consider hiring the talent at diversifyphoto, authority collective, women photograph and third eye collective.
More than a photographer, Julia is also an artist and a humanitarian. Her ability to dive below the surface level of her subjects’ personalities arises from her lifelong passion to give back to her community through healing arts. Camera in hand, Julia has contributed her talents to dozens of charitable initiatives, including “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep” bereavement photography organization, ongoing projects with Comcast’s Accessibility Lab for the hearing- and visually- impaired, and many others. Julia has also served historically-neglected populations, including the special needs and abused animals. Most recently she has been bringing awareness to the plastic pollution problem in our oceans and is collaborating with a range of artists to inspire and create underwater photographs to donate 100% proceeds to Charity Water.
Trevor Traynor is a photographer, director, and producer living and working in Los Angeles.He is the Founder & CEO of Memoryscape, a full service production boutique. With over 15 years experience in the commercial and fine art sectors, from Patagonia to the Serengeti, he’s worked across all 7 continents. An intrepid traveler as comfortable photographing huskies in Greenland as he is Amber Rose for an international campaign. His photography has been featured in Contact High: A Visual History Of Hip-Hop, Financial Times, Hamburger Eyes, and All-American by Bruce Weber. He has been selected multiple times for the PDN Photo Annual, American Photography, and his work has been exhibited in New York, Paris, London, and Berlin and featured in The Getty Center, The Grammy Museum, and as part of a permanent polar art exhibit aboard the National Geographic Endurance.
Arnaldo is attracted to photography by the need to record and to document, which is almost a moral commanding: narrate the world’s protagonists and tell their stories.
With a European cultural background and an American technical formation (he graduated at the Brooks Institute of Photography) his style is both pictorial, classic, and cinematic in the composition and use of colors or black and white, where the center of focus is always the subject.
His images show this sensitivity to the subject and his story: whether in the studio or on location, what matters is to be able to show the different shades of the human soul.
Darren Hauck is a freelance photographer / filmmaker skilled in portraiture, editorial, commercial and documentary story telling. After graduating with a BFA in photography from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design Darren has spent the past 15 years dedicating his life to documenting the human condition. Be it from refugee camps in Southeast Asia to mud-covered, exhausted cyclocross riders, Darren has captured unflinching images of humanity. Although Darren is trained in still-photography, he has expanded his vision to filmmaking, to bring the issues he has dedicated his career to a wider audience. Be it covering social issues and violence in Central America, to HIV in Africa or hunger and poverty in Midwest United States where he calls home, Darren continues to push boundaries and tell the stories that are overlooked by the general media.