Tom is renowned for capturing epic scenes and injecting a structured beauty into everything he sees. His focus, stellar work ethic and love of working with people enable him to create the right mood to always find the winning shot.
He has worked in nearly 90 countries, experiences which have given him the versatility to operate in any environment whether shooting with a large team for the world’s top hospitality brands or erupting volcanos from a helicopter in Congo.
Tom grew up in the rural Cotswolds which fuelled an early appetite for the outdoors and honed his strong visual aesthetic.
His natural curiosity and sense of adventure soon took him abroad – living in Nepal, Sri Lanka and India throughout the 2000s. When he’s not thinking about photography and which airport he needs to head to next, Tom can usually be found on a tennis court or talking late into the night with friends. He considers his spiritual home the Lake District, where he spent many happy years exploring as a child and whose big landscapes still inspire him.
Tom’s clients include One and Only Resorts, Taj Group, Sainsbury’s, Open Table, TUI, Vogue, Burberry, Unilever, SAB Miller, Bacardi, G4S, The Arts Club, Porter Magazine, Conde Nast Traveller, Departures, Travel and Leisure, Architectural Digest, House and Garden, INK Global.
Jackson Petty is a photographer based in North Carolina specializing in commercial photography and portraiture. With a refined eye for lighting and expression, Jackson creates images that tell a story.
Jason Keen + Co is a multi-disciplinary architectural photography firm based in Detroit, and working internationally. We utilize a diverse skillset with an astute attention to detail to deliver still architectural imagery and motion content that is highly aesthetic and conceptually driven.
Hi, I’m Joe. A Photographer based out of Boston, MA but living in a small town south of the city smack dab in the middle of both Boston and Providence, RI. I’m self taught with a sincere passion for all things photography, beautiful light, fresh food, sincere people, and inspiring spaces. I love keeping things simple in life and on set as I find it always produces the best results with the least stress. No matter the size of the project I always bring the same passion and dedication to each individual job and it’s my priority to make sure everyone goes home happy!
Let’s connect and make awesome work together.
Based in Charleston, South Carolina
I was born in Charleston, SC to a big family of hard workers who loved to socialize and party together on weekends and holidays. Things could get loud and I loved it all – soaking it in from the sidelines while looking through my View-Master or tearing apart an old radio to figure out how the sound came out. Sometimes I was called on to make a martini ( I can make one for you (and me), if you’d like). Later, I studied anthropology in college and underwater archaeology in graduate school. Between my studies I played in a band, cooked in restaurants, setup a darkroom, and assisted some great photographers. I decided I wanted to take pictures and make a career of it. I moved to Berlin, traveled lots, and ultimately returned to the South. I’ve been fortunate to work with some great creatives in the advertising and editorial worlds – telling stories with pictures of people, travel, and food. Clients include: AARP, American Express, Art Culinaire, Artisan, Beam, Inc., Bon Appetit, Bulleit Bourbon, ChefWear, Conde Nast Traveler, Cooking Light, Country Living, Denny’s, Dwell, Food Arts, Food&Wine, Fresh Produce, Gallo, GQ, Hemispheres, Hostess Brands, Intercontinental Hotels, Le Creuset, Maine Magazine, Maker’s Mark, Martha Stewart Living, Mazda, Men’s Journal, The New York Times Magazine, Old Port, Outside, Ski, Southern Living, Story Farm, Time Inc., Travel+Leisure, Virtuoso Life, Wall Street Journal, Winkreative. I’m proud to be a contributing photographer to Garden&Gun, Maine and Charleston magazines. My work has been exhibited in the James Beard House, and both an editorial feature on oysters, and a book I photographed with my friend Chef Sean Brock, Heritage, have won James Beard Awards. A cookbook I photographed with Sara Foster won an IACP award for photography. When not on assignment I enjoy cycling, fishing, cooking, connecting with people, tinkering with vintage audio, and collecting oysters from the banks of the nearby Folly River. My friends call me lots of names, but I generally go by "Frank".
Luis Cerdeira is a Spain based photographer who specializes in corporate, industrial and architecture photography.
His work is frequently featured in annual reports, commercial brochures, corporate websites and corporate magazines.
He works quickly and efficiently, completing complex shoots with minimal disruption when photographing people at their work. He also stays in time and on budget bringing back useful and striking images to his clients.
His easygoing approach enables him to get the best out of any situation both editorial and corporate assignments.
Recent clients include Ferrovial, Sacyr, Applus+, DHL, Sener Engineering and Systems, Tragsa Group, Inbisa Group, General Directorate of Civil Protection, Dircom, Military Emergencies Unit, Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment.
Based in Rome, Italy
English, Italian, Spanish
I have been a professional photographer since 2010. My professional experience as photographer started after completing university studies in environmental enginear. My work concerns interior photography, editorials, portrait and reportage.Since 2015 I have started a collaboration with Oyster.com, a Tripadvisor company, regarding hotels and cruise ships photography. I have been also working with Save The Children Italia and SOS bambini since 2018. I collaborate with platforms regarding travel and lifestyle photography such as Booking.com and Shoot My Travel. My photos have been published in The New York Times, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine, Internazionale Magazine, SNC Magazine, Monocle and in several Italian web magazines.
My main role is to help both large and small architectural practices raise their profiles. Through carefully composed and illuminated imagery.
I also shoot portraits and occasionally I complete advertising campaigns for international clients. Often these involve combining movement, interiors and lighting. So I am used to working in a self dependent way and also with large crews depending upon the client and project.
When I am working on my own, I try to create images which subtly convey the intentions of the designer. It’s the delicate shots which often tell the best story.
I particularly enjoy investigating body language within architectural/interior photography. Normally through predicting how people will move rather than art directing them. My work within the dance community has helped me improve my understanding of this.
"I like the unusual, the moment just before the ‘perfect picture’ and the beauty in reality."
I still have the first photograph I ever took on my mood board: a Polaroid of my mother, father, and dog. I took it at the age of three after my parents handed me the camera because they were tired of never seeing themselves in the family photo albums.
From there, I became obsessed with capturing visual memories, setting up shoots with my friends in a make-shift studio (a sheet and some props), and devouring my mother’s old LIFE magazines for inspiration.
After many years (and jazz music school), I started getting hired for portrait sessions and documenting the lives of others, and I realized that what had been my hobby and passion could actually be my profession.
So thirteen years later, I’ve never looked back. I’ve been fortunate to work among many talented professionals in the industry and to see my work in The New York Times and publications like Dwell and GQ. I love peeking into the lives of others and capturing it all in an intimate, genuine, and creative way.
Chris Bradley is a Chicago based commercial photographer who specializes in interiors and architectural photography. His influences include early modernist painting and design, his daughter Emma, and trippy electronic music. When he hears a client say that his photograph of a space makes it feel nicer than actually being there, Chris smiles very enthusiastically. He would love to smile enthusiastically about a photograph made for you!
star·board & port ˈstär-bərd & ˈpȯrt
1: a nautical term referring to the left and right sides of a waterborne vessel.
2: S&P is driven through George’s attention to detail and precision in conjunction with Chase’s creative visualization and communication.
Starboard & Port was born on a sandy beach in New Jersey when two creatives came together through their fondness of travel and photography. With a clink of a bourbon glass, they headed out West to plant roots in Springfield, Missouri. The foundation of S&P is simple; innovators perfecting their craft while creating remarkable images. With over 20 years combined experience stretching from the Atlantic and Pacific, both Co-Captains of Starboard & Port bring something unique to the table.
3400 sq ft downtown studio
Full kitchen, client lounge, conference & work space
Based in Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania
After attending Antonelli Institute, I started photographing professionally in and around the Philadelphia area in 1989. Back then, I shot large and medium format film for such clients as Wills Eye Hospital, Mutual of New York, and Scudder Financial.
In 2004, I switched over to weddings where my expertise in editorial-style lighting set me apart from other photographers in the area.
Now, my focus (no pun intended) is on making architectural images. A professionally-designed building is a mix of engineering and humanity. They are made to be an extension of us and I find that amazing.
Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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.
Buff is a commercial and editorial photographer who shoots lifestyle, food, interiors and kids. She has 20 years of experience shooting for clients across the country on both big and small productions.
Buff was born and raised in Texas and has been taking pictures as long as she can remember. She spent all her free time in high school photographing her friends and in the darkroom. Buff’s undergraduate degree drew her to a career in advertising in San Francisco where she was able to work with some amazing photographic talent and continue her photography studies at UC Berkeley. She was inspired to quit her day job after a soul searching road trip and has never looked back.
Buff’s passion for photography brought her to New York in 2000. Buff is energized creatively by the variety of work she’s asked to shoot and capturing moments that are personal and authentic in her subjects. In 2011 Buff, her husband and son George moved their home base to Austin. But she finds herself back in NYC shooting for clients and visiting family and friends as often as possible.
Based in Miami Beach, Florida
If you got a problem, yo I’ll solve it.
Hi. I’m Dan Cutrona. I am a photographer. But you know that already. I borrowed a car to shoot my first assignment at the local newspaper when I was 17, and I haven’t put a camera down since. After photographing my fair share of car accidents and crime scenes, I realized I wanted to create pretty pictures. Over the past 20+ years (don’t do the math), I have photographed almost every square inch of Cape Cod. I consider Miami my home away from home, and have worked with many clients, commercial and editorial throughout Southern Florida.
I love what I do. I love walking into a space, absorbing it, and knowing that I can capture the light and essence of it to show the world. Making a space come alive, highlighting the way the light bounces, the angles, the craftsmanship of the architecture and design proves to be endlessly fascinating. I also love capturing people in these spaces. Environmental portraits constantly challenge me to try and make a picture that is worth way more than a thousand words.
Based in Toronto, Canada
English, French, German
Ben Rahn has been photographing architecture and interiors for more than twenty years. He founded A-Frame Studio in 2003 out of a desire to combine his love of design with his keen photographic eye. His work has been recognized internationally and has appeared in publications such as Dwell, Wallpaper, Condé Nast Traveller, and more. He resides in Toronto, Canada and splits his time between his Toronto and Brooklyn studios.
Michael Robinson composes details in architecture and interiors, capturing their essence – the purpose and the vision within the design.
A summer trip to Europe when he was 16 captivated Michael’s interest in photography. That fall semester Michael enrolled in his first photo class and it would change his life forever.
Michael attended the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa BarbaraMichael graduated from Brooks with honors, packed up and moved to Chicago to pursue a career photographing Architecture and Interiors. After years gaining invaluable experience in Chicago, he decided to return to his hometown of Kansas City. He reconnected with his now wife whom he has known since middle school, where they started a family and they have 2 kids and 2 dogs.
Today, Michael works both locally, nationally & internationally photographing a breadth of projects types from Commercial, Residential, Civic, Sports + Recreation, Hospitality and Mission Critical. Applying the collaborative skills gained throughout his career, beautifully expressing the design and stories within the built environment.
A recipient of a Life Magazine Alfred Eisenstaedt Award, commercial and editorial photographer Susan Seubert is based in Portland, Oregon and Maui, Hawaii. She has recently twice been recognized with awards by the North American Travel Journalists Association for excellence in editorial photography. Susan brings technical and creative finesse to every assignment. She spends much of her time traveling around the world shooting for clients like USAA, Staples, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Lindblad Expeditions as well as National Geographic Traveler magazine and The New York Times. She is a National Geographic Photography Expert and travels with the National Geographic Expeditions aboard their ships. Susan also exhibits her personal work with various galleries around the United States. Susan is available for assignments, around the world.
Jasmine Anwer is an architectural and commercial photographer based in Dallas, Texas. She studied visual communications and photography at Texas A&M University – Commerce. Her work seeks to explore peoples’ relationship with the spaces and structures around them, and how these interactions come to shape and define people’s’ lives. While focusing, in both commercial and residential architecture, she also photographs food and products. Available for travel world wide.
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.
Matt Wittmeyer is a professional commercial and editorial photographer, specializing in food, interiors and portraits. With 10 years of experience in visual arts, after studying at Temple University and grad school at Syracuse University, he apprenticed to acclaimed photographers in New York City before returning to upstate New York.
Matt combines an eye for aesthetics with inspired creativity and a professional yet playful approach to lifestyle images. He’s able to put any subject at ease – from Fortune 500 CEOs to teenage pop divas. With a roster of clients that ranges from major corporations to lifestyle magazines, Matt has the experience and intuition to craft images best suited to each project. Matt works out of a 2,000 square foot natural light studio overlooking the trainyard in Rochester, NY, and is available for travel worldwide.
Based in Moon Township, Pennsylvania
Rob Larson is a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania based commercial and editorial photographer who enjoys photographing interesting people, broad landscapes and the suburbs at night. Available to shoot local, national, studio or location.
Jeffrey Totaro has had a life-long interest in design and construction. Before becoming a photographer, he worked as an architect and structural engineer for a prominent Philadelphia firm. During his education and early career, his strong interest in design was coupled with an interest in photographing architecture and interiors. A self-taught photographer, Jeffrey transitioned to professional photography in 1996 and has since built an impressive portfolio of commercial, residential, and institutional photography for leading firms in Philadelphia, Boston, New York, Washington DC and elsewhere around the country.