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.
Marisa Guzmán-Aloia is a Washington, DC based portrait and lifestyle photographer. A graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Marisa’s work is about capturing the stories in front of her lens. Her use of light and composition, in addition to her emotive direction, creates relaxed and natural photographs. Marisa enjoys collaborating with clients to bring their vision to life. Marisa has a wanderlust. Her life as a photographer has led her on breathtaking adventures. Documenting new places, cultures and experiences feed her soul. But, it doesn’t matter where in the world Marisa is, she will always be a California girl at heart. The world is a wonderfully big and diverse place. Marisa is aiming to photograph as much of it as she can. Marisa’s clients include Compass Real Estate Brokerage, Keller Williams Realty, TTR Sotheby’s Realty, CARR Properties, The Washingtonian, Virtuoso Magazine, Boston University Alumni Magazine, Rutgers Alumni Magazine, IBM Power Systems Magazine, Southbay Magazine and Terranea Resort Magazine.
I’m a commercial photographer and director in Dallas specializing in authentic still and motion storytelling for brands.
My creative choices show off the subject, balancing project goals with believable storytelling. I can be inspired by a personal story or a unique detail on a pair of shoes and approach both with zeal. A collaborator on still and motion campaigns, I love dreaming up creative ideas with clients and working together to make them happen.
When I’m not on set you can find me gravel biking on the open country roads of Texas with my partner Dave, or working on my drop in at the skate park on my Moxi skates.
Will Strawser is a NYC-based advertising and editorial photographer. With a BFA in advertising photography from RIT, his work draws inspiration from Vermeer, Fritz Lang and underground music scenes. From his first darkroom set-up in the barn at his family’s farm, Will daydreamed escapist visions and fantasies. As a featured photographer in Communication Arts, he continues to bring these daydreams to life for major brands in the national marketplace.
Willie is an award-winning photographer based in Denver, Colorado. His past lives were spent growing up in Wyoming and working as an art director in New York City. He prefers bios to be in third person.
When worlds collide!
Missy and Chelsea here! We met a handful of years ago while working alongside each other at a local studio. We aligned seamlessly (pun intended!) and found ourselves having the same dedication and passion for photography and all the nitty gritty that goes along with it. After work cocktails quickly turned into a lasting friendship full of road trips, vacations, adventures, collaborations, and a metric ton of shenanigans!
Queue the lightning bolt striking something and sparks flying moment… Truth be told, we went into work one day, had the same idea, on the same day and then poof! started a production company. The idea was to build up a production company, continue to be commercial photographers, have a studio the community could use, and grow into offering workshops and professional photography development. Houston, we have take off!
The Amy Rose Productions philosophy has always been to bring our personal life values of loyalty, resolve, passion, reaching for the stars, and wonder to every project and client. It’s that character that keeps us motivated, clients excited, and the photographs fresh!
King is an advertising and editorial photographer/filmmaker born and raised in Texas and based in Phoenix, Arizona. King and his team of ninjas produce both still and motion content for brands, magazines, and ad agencies specializing in industries such as sports/fitness, agriculture, healthcare, and development.
Sandy Noto is a food and travel photographer. Her specialities include pantomiming to order delicious meals abroad, finding the cutest pastry shop in any city and inviting herself over to your next dinner party. She is particularly proud to have photographed 256 restaurants and counting without any major mishaps, just a few creative messes. Her style is bright, energetic and happy. When she’s not writing about herself in third person or working as a photographer, Sandy can generally be found at home in Chicago baking or hanging out with her pets and husband, Eli.
Her work has appeared in Food & Wine, The Wall St. Journal and Chicago Tribune and she’s worked with broad range of food and travel focused brands. She’s partial to any assignments with a collaborative component or an opportunity to travel.
Born in South Carolina, schooled in Tennessee, desk job designing magazines in Los Angeles, take lots of pictures, move back to South Carolina, take lots more pictures, travel, drink beer, ride bikes, work hard, be happy.
In both my personal and commercial projects, What interests me stays the same- convey stories, breathe life into concepts and externalize emotions through conceptual and sometimes surreal images.
I do commercial photography for Ad agencies, magazines, brands, artists and private companies.
In my personal project, “The Surrealistic Pillow,” I fuse the real with the surreal, creating dream-inspired tableaus from images of my imagination.
The series is a result of a ten year quest to catalog these fragments, it’s been featured in art fairs and exhibitions around the world, including London, Brussels, Spain and Germany.
These images are created using careful camera work, computer editing and intricately layered individual components.
Bobbi Lin is a New York and Los Angeles based photographer. Born in the far east, raised in the wild west, Lin grew up on uni, Taco Bell, and everything in between. While studying photography at Parsons Paris, Lin fell in love with being behind the camera, "a film camera around your neck is like a backstage pass to cloistered places and peoples". Lin began her career as an editor and product developer at Martha Stewart Living, later moving on to freelance life as a set designer + prop stylist. Now she shoots food and still life for national and international brands, and travels on assignment in search of food and "real" life.
Hello, we’re Very Clever.
We’re Tim Lampe and Ren Adkins, an east-coast based photography team. Our home base is Atlanta, Georgia, birthplace of Outkast and the fried chicken eggs benedict.
We stan breakfast, fanfiction, and the oxford comma. We can’t stand rainy days, ugly furniture, and rom coms where the lead character is an art director.
We proudly publish a food journal called Morgenmete.
Born in Louisiana (the city), Missouri (the state), on the banks of the mighty Mississippi (the river) I was given the name of a French actress my mother saw on tv, forever imbuing me with a love for all things French.
I grew up in the Midwest, spending most of my time meandering in the creek near our farm, with my best friend, my dog Snoopy. As a teenager, I began to notice that I mentally composed what I observed into still black and white images, and I wondered if I might have a talent for photography. I took a community college class–Photo 101, and hung out in downtown St. Louis, trying to blend into walls, and capture people and life–in fact "truth" on film. I was hooked!
I set off for Santa Barbara to attend Brooks Institute and learn the craft of photography in a hilltop mansion overlooking the ocean.
After graduating with a BA, I worked my way up from apprentice to advertising photographer and have been lucky enough to work in this industry ever since.
I now live by the sea, in Santa Monica, and have my studio in Hollywood. I love the ocean, the mountains, biking, playing pool & reading (never enough time)!!
I like to surround my self with talented, hard working, funny, cool people…no drama, no egos.
My goal: To make something significant or beautiful, maybe even both, and have fun doing it!
Jessica Ebelhar is an editorial and commercial photographer specializing in still-life, food + beverage, and portrait work for forward-thinking brands and publications.
Equally comfortable working in her Louisville studio or on location, Jessica is a collaborative creative who helps bring visions to life. Have an idea? Reach out – she’d love to hear from you.
Marzia Gamba is an Italian photographer based between Milan and New York who specializes in conceptual food and product branded stories as well as still life photography for major commercial brands and global editorial platforms. Inspired by transforming the everyday object into an art piece, Marzia finds conceptualizing shoots quite a meditative process and when she isn’t on set you can find her ideating her next shoot in her Brooklyn studio.
Marzia’s work has been published in magazines such as Collater.al, Fubiz , Ignant, Object Mag, Mother Muse and Arte.it and she has worked on major campaigns for international brands including Orange, Prada, Campari, Estée Lauder, SK II, Ruinart, Rotari, Natura Brasil, Blix.
Her work has been exhibited in many galleries from New York and Italy, and she is also part of the Saatchi Art online artist collective.
I have a pretty simple life. I like traveling, coffee, and laughing. . . ideally, all at once. I live on a small farm in Ireland, where my partner Olivia and I have an animal sanctuary. I was first handed an old Kodak Brownie camera at age 10. I went on to college where I studied photography and graduated at the top of my class. After a handful of photo jobs, I stumbled into producing. With its fast-paced creativity and non-stop action in captivating images, the advertising world swept me right off my feet. In my years in this industry, I’ve worked as a photographer, director and producer for clients like Sony, Cadillac, Honda, Bushmills, HP and IBM. I’ve organized and executed photo and video shoots for everything from food and yoga to homes, cars, and aerospace. If you can think of it, I’ve put a shoot together for it. After all this time, I’ve realised why I truly love what I do; I love people’s stories, and the chance to help tell those stories. And I especially love telling those stories using visual media, which brings depth and dimension to a narrative like nothing else.
Plain and simple, I am an unapologetic pursuer of pretty pictures. Pretty pictures that capture laughter, color, sunlight, and the good life. Yep, that’s what I like to do.
Born in Florida, childhood summers in California, and thrice Texas transplant (once for college, once for work, and once for beloved husband.) Liberal arts degree in history; various jobs after college that made photography seem like the best career in the world; married with kids; owner of one seriously adorable and ornery dog; and a "human pinball" technically residing in Austin, TX, though frequently found in Florida and Chicago, or in a window seat headed elsewhere.
I almost can’t believe that this is my job now. I feel incredibly lucky to be able to photograph food and food stories, for boutique food companies and national brands, restaurants and resorts, chefs and purveyors, farmers and wine makers. I’m most interested in storytelling, in the intersection between people and place and food.
I worked as a sushi chef for over a decade before I traded my knife for a camera. When I’m not photographing food, I’m cooking at home, or traveling for it. I’m a sucker for chorizo tacos, and if brownie-a-la-mode is on a menu, I’m bound by a personal code to order it. My girlfriend calls me a “light dork”, because wherever I find myself, I’m distracted by it and turning over where to find it again or how to recreate it.
As a sushi chef, I became comfortable being publicly under pressure with packed tables, a full bar and a line out the door, or when the restaurant was slow, I was often the entertainment in an intimate setting. I learned how to read a room, to enjoy working with and in front of, a wide variety of people and personalities. It was a wild ride. No night was ever the same and I came to truly value grace under pressure, communication, flexibility and teamwork.
Balancing his signature cowboy aesthetic with a background in fashion, photographer and director Scott Slusher is just as comfortable shooting a Times Square beauty campaign as he is capturing the white-knucked action of the rodeo. The photographer and motion artist has a degree in fashion design from the Art Institute of Dallas and has been recognized by the Shorty Awards.
Scott’s father, a famous Oklahoma horse doctor, gave him his first film camera, which sparked a lifelong fascination with the rugged beauty of the West. Scott’s imagery tells the stories of grizzled motorcyclists, noble steers, sharp-eyed cowgirls and lifelong artisans. Despite always being in the center of the action, his imagery is less defined by adrenaline-fueled dramatic moments, but rather the controlled burn of a wider narrative.
Scott is based in Dallas, Texas and can usually be spotted by his trademark neckerchief.
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
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.
Matthew Coughlin is an award-winning commercial and editorial photographer based in the southeast. Convenient to major markets and the rural small towns in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana, Matthew also travels across the U.S.—as long as there’s coffee and a good sports team to be had. Matthew’s unwavering passion for portraiture coupled with his innate talent and personable nature, have led him to work with many of the world’s most renown brands, agencies, publications and companies, including Nike, Oakley, ESPN and Sports Illustrated. In the true spirit of teamwork, Matthew works hard, plays well with others and loves partnering with clients to collectively bring their visions to life. He has an uncanny knack for movie trivia and bringing out the best in those around him—especially those in front of his camera.
Kat Schleicher is a freelance commercial and editorial photographer. She was born on the coast of a great lake in Michigan, spent her childhood on a little farm in Central Illinois, lived next to a rice field in Japan, the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and the hills of Los Angeles. She currently resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she and her husband are raising their two young children. She started her photography education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio.
Food, Travel, & Lifestyle Photographer. Clients: Marriott, Auric Road, Chosen Foods, San Diego Magazine, Eater, Bringing it Home PBS Show, The Vida Well, Josh Hall Surfboards, Scorpion Bay Hotel, SDCM Restaurant Group, New Barn Organics, Condor Valley, Wandering Coyote.