Based in Los Angeles, California
I’m a commercial food, beverage, and product photographer living, mostly, but also working in Los Angeles. Born and raised in Phoenix (and still down to drive 6 hours through the desert to shoot there now and again). My background is in journalism and I graduated from ASU’s Walter Cronkite school in 2014 (so now you can probably figure out how old I am). Still down to do some journalism here and there, too.
To contact me, feel free to follow along at Instagram, or email me directly at [email protected]
Since I’m known to photograph a lot of drinks, this is where I say "Cheers!"
My name is Lauren Pusateri (pronounced: poosa-terry).
I am a photographer + director in Kansas City.
I specialize in bold portraits, still life and stop-motion.
I am not a half-asser.
I am a whole-asser, and I pride myself on delivering for my clients.
We’re a lot of fun.
And when I say we, I’m talking about my amazing producer, stylists, retoucher and production crew. I run a commercial studio that can handle all aspects of your project from casting the world’s cutest cats to animating flying gummy worms. With production, creative direction, photography and post-production all under one roof, this is a one-stop-shop of REAL nice ladies.
Reach out for more info about:
Production Coordination, Campaign Collaboration, Creative Direction, Art Direction, Casting , Animal Talent, GIFs, Stop Motion, Post Production
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 am a San Francisco Bay Area-based food, beverage, and CPG product photographer specializing in photos, stop motion, and video. While I have over 30,000 photos delivered and love to make beautiful images, the reason why you would hire me is for my ability to take your great idea to the next level.
My strength lies in a nimble and lean approach to creating visual results. Clients love getting creative content at a reasonable cost since my studio team can art direct, style, and shoot their images quickly and on budget. I enjoy working closely with marketing teams, brand managers, agencies, PR firms, brand strategists, graphic designers, influencers, chefs, and entrepreneurs to build vivid, authentic imagery that engages the visual taste of the viewer.
My studio features its own extensive surface library and prop house, a fully-equipped chef’s kitchen, 2 production studios, an outdoor studio, and a post-production station.
A proven creative process quickly gets to the heart of what the client loves. I have a moodboard and design process dedicated to the discovery of what is best for any project. This makes every shoot very smooth and successful.
My experience as a chef, stylist, and photographer has earned many awards including APA Top 100, ACF Gold Medal, and a juried fine art photo exhibit at Art Basel Miami. I was Executive Pastry Chef for two Hyatt Hotels and Resorts before completing two post-baccalaureate certificates for Visual Art and Graphic Design at U.C. Berkeley Extension in San Francisco. I have a master’s degree in Food Business at the Culinary Institute of America with an emphasis on sustainability and branding.
Based in Medford, Massachusetts
Adam Glanzman is an independent freelance photographer based in Boston and is available for photography work worldwide. He was a Staff Photographer at Northeastern University in Boston where he worked for four years before leaving to expand his own photography business.
Before working at Northeastern, Adam was a Photo Coordinator at TIME Magazine, Photo Intern at the Boston Red Sox, and Explorer’s Program Intern at National Geographic.
Adam’s work has been recognized by Pictures of the Year International (POYi), the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), the Boston Press Photographers Association (BPPA), the University Photographers Association of America (UPAA), and College Photographer of the Year (CPOY). He was also selected to attend Eddie Adams XXIX.
Geoff Wood is not satisfied.
Don’t misinterpret that; he’s happy. He loves life with his talented and beautiful wife Regan, being a father to an amazingly creative little girl named Gibson and adventurous riot named Crosby, and shooting photography. He’s just not satisfied.
There’s too much adventure out there. Too many incredible people to work with. Too many ideas, too many projects, too much beauty to experience.
Geoff’s plan to get satisfied is to dive headfirst into life behind the lens. He’s hanging off the side of the boat, pouring metal filings into old cameras to see what happens, and whenever possible taking the whole thing underwater. He’s getting to know each person, giving his all for each job, and using ten years of design experience to compose the shot you’re looking for.
At the end of his life he hopes to look around with satisfaction at a close family and deep friendships, with the scars and shots that show the adventure.
Geoff has collaborated with such clients as Garden and Gun, Our State, Wrangler, Qalo, Baldwin&, Pace Comm, Duke Energy, Electricities, Ketchum, French West Vaughan, MicroMass Comm and ESPN to name a few. As well as picked up Gold, Silver and Best in Show Addy awards.
I was an artsy kid, and from a young age I knew I wanted to pursue a career as an artist. For a while I thought I was going to be a painter but as it turns out I’m flat out terrible at painting. Fortunately for me I was given a camera as a teenager and fell in love with taking pictures.
I studied photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Afterwards I moved to Atlanta where I live with my amazing wife and my chatterbox of a step son.
A few of the great clients I’ve had the pleasure of working with in that time include Bristol Myers Squibb, Allergan, Georgia Pacific, Tom Ford, Arby’s, Verizon, BULGARI, and Wilson Staff.
In addition to assignment work I enjoy pursuing personal projects and creating what I’ve been told is “Fine Art”. My fancy art-photography is represented by Kai Lin Art here in Atlanta.
When I’m not doing any of the above you can usually find me traveling disinfecting my groceries, playing banjo, or accumulating cats (most of whom don’t really seem to care for the banjo music).
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.
Chrissie spent the first decade of her professional life working in the nonprofit sector, helping raise millions of dollars and running creative, compelling campaigns designed to inspire action and tell powerful stories.
But her first love has always been food. So after a lot of soul searching and hyperventilating into a paper bag, she quit her fundraising career to use this creative, story-telling experience and passion for food to celebrate and elevate food and beverage through relaxed but refined photography.
Chrissie is an obsessive home cook, cheese fanatic, whiskey sipper, and rolling stone. Having lived and traveled all over the world, Chrissie loves exploring the connection among place, people, and food.
I’ve always loved the curiosity of humans. How we each grow and change is a fascinating and unique story. I want to hear about your journey and all of your layers.
The desire to know people has moved me over many years. It’s given me access to bee suits and remote jungles, and given me the entry into how many walks of life there really are in this world. The work of understanding and seeking opened up the world in a way I never dreamed.
My journey has been the "alethia," the revealed truth.
I look forward to meeting you.
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.
Based in Charleston, South Carolina
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.
Based in Vancouver, Canada
English, Danish, Swedish, German, Norwegian
Jens Kristian Balle is an award winning Canadian based conceptual photographer who works with clients in the advertising, commercial, entertainment and editorial industry.
He creates imagery that tell stories, bring ideas to life and evoke emotions with the help of his clean and minimalistic style, which is strongly inspired by his Scandinavian roots(or so he tells himself ¯|_(ツ)_/¯ ).
Clients includes McDonalds, Universal Pictures, Weber Shandwick, The New York Times, The Walrus Magazine, Starbucks, Telus, BC Hydro, Forbes Magazine, The Guardian, BC Dairy, Financial Times, Rogers Media, Native Cos, Curiosity Advertising, UPtv and The Wall Street Journal.
Robert Tardio Photography offers clients a full range of digital services in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Our beautiful, 4200 square foot studio is a great place to spend the day and collaborate with other creative professionals. We are happy to offer digital post production services either on site or with one of our off site imaging partners. Whether you are looking to shoot meticulous feature images for print advertising, or clean, simple, elegant higher volume images for your web site, we will help you establish a look that stands out from the crowd. Why settle for factory photography? Let us be your in-house studio.
Cayla Zahoran, a New York City food & beverage photographer, specializes in not only photographing food but eating it too. While working as a photo editor at Edible Allegheny and WHIRL Magazine (Pittsburgh, PA), her passion for local food & culture first began. Looking to broaden her palette, Cayla transplanted to New York City. Cayla’s creativity in the photography world is driven by her love of cooking, traveling, and the art of playing with her food. She also prides herself on being able to make the perfect Moscow Mule.
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.
Fernando Decillis is an Atlanta-based photographer specializing in advertising and documentary projects. Fernando was born in Montevideo, Uruguay to a teenage seamstress and an airport ramp agent. He spent his childhood roaming his town, Shangri La, asking local fisherman for advice and riding through Uruguay’s flat country roads as one of four passengers on his dad’s moped.
In an effort to escape Uruguay’s military dictatorship, the Decillis family set out for the United States. At ten years old, speaking no English, Fernando attended public school in what is known today as the Dekalb International Corridor of Atlanta, or Buford Highway.
His love of fútbol was his path to making friends with other immigrant children from all over the globe, who were simultaneously assimilating to life in the U.S.
Fernando quickly learned to rely on nonverbal communication to foster a sense of oneness on the field with teammates who all spoke different languages.
Fernando translates this skillset fluidly to photograph people from all walks of life, from world leaders to celebrities to local farmers. His award-winning photography teases a humanistic beauty out of everyday situations.
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.
I’m a commercial food photographer who finds beauty in even the most humble ingredients and always strives to make a food photograph as visually delicious as its real-life counterpart. My images are always fresh and compelling, and get to the heart of why we’re all so obsessed with food in the first place. As a former art director with a keen eye for layout and photo details, I work well within parameters defined by my client’s creative team or agency, but I’m just as happy to take the lead as needed, especially for my client-direct shoots.
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.