I love collaborating with my clients and getting to know them. I do whatever it takes to put my clients at ease by making photography fun, creative and enjoyable. I work closely with my clients to take their project from concept to completion. My photo projects have taken me across the street and around the globe. Working under pressure or in a fast-paced environment comes second nature to me.
When I’m not shooting, you can probably find me in my garden, hiking something — somewhere or on my yoga mat. My alter ego to photography is being a 200 RYT at Blue Yoga Nyla in North Little Rock. When I’m not shooting, I’m teaching yoga, or deepening my own practice.
Currently based in Little Rock, Arkansas, I have degree in journalism with a photojournalism emphasis. I began my professional photography career at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette where I was a staff photographer for more than 15 years.
I love Africa; it’s pretty much all I’ve known. My family settled here in Zambia in the late 1800s and I was raised on a remote cattle ranch in the North West of the country bordering Angola and Congo. I now, somewhat reluctantly, live near a city (so as to be able to leap on a plane) but loyally continue the family farming tradition by raising two bad-tempered rabbits and an orange cat named Morris.
Whether on a non-profit assignment or a commercial shoot, I take pride in my ability to think quickly on the ground and use my local knowledge and skills to help ensure the success of a shoot, even when the proverbial whatsit is wending its merry way, inevitably, towards the fan.
Like many photographers, my daily existence tends to be somewhat solitary when I’m not actually shooting, so I thrive on constantly meeting new people and working as part of a creative team.
My clients include WWF, The Nature Conservancy, Ogilvy, Y&R, The Financial Times, The Telegraph, USAID, PSI, PATH, WSUP, Concern Worldwide, World Bicycle Relief, Intercontinental Hotels, Taj Hotels and Tsogo Sun.
While based in Detroit, Michigan, I provide still and motion work for editorial and advertising clients all over focusing on portraits, food, industrial and accompanying lifestyle imagery. Also, a 2019 Regional Emmy Award recipient for the short documentary "A Wife Called Phoenicia.”
I love to create moving pictures. And I shoot people. Happily!
For a long time that made me a just photographer.
Then the Camera Gods decided that squeezing really big sensors into pretty darn small video cameras was a good idea. And I agreed. Vigorously!
Suddenly video became beautiful. It looked, well… photographic!
So Ewan PhotoVideo was born.
I’m 17 years into this wonderful/crazy career and have never felt as excited about the creative possibilities ahead as I do right now .
Everyone assumes I must have a preference but truly I do love stills and video equally. The whole ‘moving pictures’ concept just rocks my world!
Environmental portraiture is for sure my first love. However, what excites me so much now about this new era of cinematic video is the opportunity to bring those portraits and their stories to life!
I am from Edinburgh, which makes me Scottish and also British. Seriously.
I have a First Class Honours Degree in Applied Physics.
I was an expatriate petroleum engineer and change consultant for Shell International for 9 years.
Living in Holland was way more fun than I expected it to be.
I love marrying Canadian women. It’s one of my favourite things to do.
My passion for photography started when I was 12 years old. My father handed me his Nikon camera and told me to go down to the Texas Stadium sideline and take photos of my brother who was playing football. When we got the film back a few days later we were both pleasantly surprised. I can still remember the exhilaration of that moment. I get that same feeling today when I see the image flash in my viewfinder and later again on my computer. Especially now that I’m doing what I love for people who really need that special image for their company.
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…
Driven almost entirely by curiosity Michael D Wilson wants nothing more than to connect with people and show what it is that makes them unique individuals. Michael is passionate about photography, and as full time freelancer he is forever in search of people that are equally as passionate about their lives and work. He always says “The best part about photography is an excuse to meet new people and learn something from them.” After a half decade of assisting photographer, Martin Schoeller, Michael and his partner settled in Maine. Maine provides endless opportunities for interesting and inspiring assignments as well as potential personal projects.
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.
I am a commercial and editorial photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. The youngest of four kids in a military family, there were five stamps in my passport by the time I was five years old. My father retired from the air force just before I entered kindergarten and we moved to North Florida where life became more predictable. A few years later, I began to take pictures (mostly of my pets and friends) with my mom’s point-and-shoot to entertain myself and also because I loved going to K-Mart where I could sit at the counter and talk to people while waiting for my prints to shuffle out of the machine. my work is a combination of storytelling and portraiture, often with a focus on social issues. My roots are in the American south and I am as passionate about doing work here as any other place in the world. I am a Spanish-speaker (also fluent in non-verbal communication) and have worked extensively in central and south America, Europe, and Asia.
Scott Van Osdol shoots what he loves—documentary style, commercially. He keeps it simple, clear, and compelling.
He shoots real people wherever possible. This storytelling impulse goes way back. His first solo exhibit, “Working”, opened at the Texas AFL-CIO Union Hall in 1980. Scott comes by this authenticity thing honestly.
He honed his craft old school, with big studio special effects on large-format film. He likes digital better. They’re only zeros and ones. Shoot all you want—God will make more.
His work has won more prizes than a case o’ Cracker Jacks: Lürzer’s 200 Best Ad Photographers 2020, Communication Arts Photo Annual, Graphis, PRINT, HOW, International Photography Awards, PR Week Campaign of the Year, and dozens of local and regional ADDYs. He shoots pro-bono for projects like Art From the Streets, Con Mi Madre, and the Big Bend Rodeo. For ten years he led the Hill Country Ride for AIDS marketing team, working with Austin’s best creatives to raise more than $10 million with campaigns that appeared multiple times in CA, PRINT, and HOW International Design Annual. He rides his bike silly long distances in the Texas heat.
Danish award winning photographer Niels Busch born in Copenhagen, Denmark. Niels picked up photography from an early age in art class in primary school. After assisting 4 years in Copenhagen at the top studioes with still life and fashion photographers that took him around the world, he travelled to New York to assist on a freelance basis. With great passion and eager, he went back and started up a studio i Copenhagen City. The eager for traveling and passion for photography, took him to South East Asia to live with simpleness and aesthetics mixed with scandinavian living and sense of light, with Thailand as a base to live with his family. After a few years in Asia, he and his family missed New York and moved back. His work today takes him all over the world with national and International clients, with base in Copenhagen and New York.
JOHN VALLS STUDIO specializes in capturing the nuance and beauty of food. From farm to fork, with clients running the gamut of the restaurant and winery world. From white linen exposures plated by Beard award winning chefs, to urban exposed-rafter restaurants filled with handcrafted cool, all the way to the farms and vineyards that supply these restaurants with artisan delicacies, John Valls Studio specializes in capturing every part of the food cycle. John and Theresa are John Valls Studio. Whether they are working in the studio or in the field, Theresa unites the necessary elements for the perfect moment and John captures it flawlessly.
John shoots all forms of culinary exceptionalism. Upstart restaurants, renowned chefs, wineries, agencies and publishers have all relied on his honed intuitive sense to help discover every project’s true purpose. His vast experience in the studio and in the field help mold his client’s concepts, creating something unforgettable with each photograph.
I became a photographer because I am curious about the world. I love to travel, discover, and explore; to observe and document moments that reveal the essence of a person or an environment.
As I was growing up, my family traveled quite a bit and photography was a way to enrich my own experience and to share my vision with others. When I first picked up a camera it was a satisfying fit. I loved the way I could see something with my eye, imagine how I wanted it to look as a photograph, and then use the camera to capture that image.
I got a degree in history and always thought I would follow in my family’s footsteps and wind up in academia but upon moving to NYC after college I discovered the possibilities of commercial photography. Right away I knew it was the perfect way to combine my love for visual storytelling with my curiosity and excitement about the world.
That was twenty years ago and since then I’ve been busy traveling and shooting and even made a move to Connecticut with my wife and two kids. We miss the bustle of the city but definitely enjoy the relative calm of gardening and chasing our chickens around the yard.
Go find the strange and the arresting. Make it personal, with tenderness and respect. Go analog, go tethered, go untethered, change where the sun is relative to your lens, switch out the softbox, put a grid on it. Put a gel on it. Put another gel on it. Kick the tripod. Ask if there’s another view, another room, another flavor, a favorite record, a very first book, a pair of shoes that will never be thrown away. Say yes. Ask if there’s any way they can put sod down in time for the shoot tomorrow. Ask if there’s wifi, if there’s a good sandwich shop nearby, if there are any quirks, anything they’re known for. Ask if they know any good jokes. Tell a good joke. Ask if they like their smile. Make it sing. Make it up as you go along. Make it worth the expense. Make it great.
Call him Doug. It’s only "Douglas" because douglevy.com was taken.
Doug grew up halfway between Boston and Providence and now lives just north of the city, but,
Doug spent six years umpiring professional baseball.
So he’s not really a huge Red Sox fan.
Doug started umpiring Little League games when he was 13.
Doug believes that photos should show who you are, not just what you look like.
Doug thinks that if you ever find yourself in Birmingham, you need to eat barbeque at Jim ‘n Nicks.
Doug thinks everything tastes better with hot sauce.
Except for cereal, that would be weird.
Doug also knows that there is a Bruce Springsteen song for every occasion.
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.
I’m a Los Angeles based portrait and lifestyle photographer living and working on both coasts. I love collaborating with people and being thrown into different situations. There is a unique story behind every face and I rely on those unexpected details to make images that are as special as the people. With the help of great crew, we strive to make magic happen for all of my clients. When I’m not making pictures I’m training for marathons or playing ice hockey to stay healthy, sane and inspired.
Home base is currently the Eagle Rock neighborhood of North East LA where I live with my wife, daughter, large cat and Guinea Pig.
I’m a freelance photographer based in Mexico City.
The work here is a mix of commissioned work and personal interest.
I like to shoot with available light when possible to be neat and clear!
Clients I have worked for include: MBLM Dubai, Monocle Magazine, Wallpaper Magazine, NY Times, Magee, Culture Trip, Virtue Agency, Blink LA, Branch Bank, Tenaris Tamsa, NBC Networks
Christian fell in love with photography in B.C, learned the trade in Toronto, and established himself as a freelancer in Montreal. Today, Christian makes a living by photographing and filming people and places. His documentary style is a mixture of patience, intuition, and perspective. He uses this to shoot architecture for companies such as Graziani-Corazza, Canderel, and Ivanhoé Cambridge. His documentary style is also often seen in magazines such as his latest assignment for Canadian Geographics featuring the Cree community of Oujé-Bougoumou. On a more social note, Christian has been fully involved with CAPIC mentor, council member, and even national president. He also is co-founder of l’Archipel, a group of seven artists sharing space, equipment, ideas, projects, and wine.
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.
Mark Lehn launched his career in 2006, with an initial focus on documentary photography. His interest in photography stems from his love of travel and adventure, and as a means to create a narrative through imagery.
From photographing projects in the remote regions of Mozambique to local tribes in South-East Asia, Mark’s wide scope covers commercial and editorial clients from around the world and his images have been featured in national and international publications and exhibitions.
Born in Vancouver, Canada, Mark is currently based out of Brisbane, Australia.
photographer, storyteller, maker of visual memories.
on a journey to capture the human spirit.
It’s all about vision. Looking beyond, reaching out, in order to capture something really special. The photographic expression can be a powerful thing.
I’ve had a proud career as an Advertising Art Director and Creative Director. It’s given me the pleasure of working with some of the best creative thinkers throughout the U.S., and beyond.
This background, coupled with a strong understanding of what makes great images work, helps guide my path forward.
Every picture tells a story. The right moment can last forever.