I’m an Australian photographer based in New Orleans, LA. I love to capture lifestyle things and shoot portraits. I get booked for that stuff the most however I’m equally as passionate about Architecture and Interior design.
Skateboarding brought me to the USA in 2011, where I called California home. I owned a photo studio in East LA, ate Ceviche, and Tacos every day, and met my wife, Janna. We made the move to her hometown of New Orleans in 2018.
Together we own and run a sock company called Bonfolk where we donate a pair for every pair we sell.
I’m a new father to a beautiful girl named Eloise.
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.
Andreana Scanderbeg, Alexander Sauer (Scanderbeg Sauer)
Based in Zürich, Switzerland
Extremely loud, extremely dirty, extremely distant locations to most people – you can bet that there’s where they will be. Andreana Scanderbeg and Alexander Sauer work together as a team since 2005. Their experience, efficiency and can-do attitude enable them to master just about every production. Both live in Zurich and Munich. And work worldwide.
Editorial and Advertising
I was a contractor once upon a time, working closely with designers of all kinds. My job still requires the same thinking: to produce work where craft and design combine without a seam.
Many more pictures are on Instagram and Tumblr.
Based in Nagoya, Japan
English, Japanese, Korean
I’m a photographer based in Nagoya, Japan. I specialize in industrial, travel, portraiture, food, news and documentary photography. Living in East Asia for 15 years, I have extensive experience photographing assignments throughout Korea and Japan.
I am a contributing photographer with Cavan Images and AFLO, and a member of Wonderful Machine. If you need an editorial or commercial photographer in Japan, South Korea, or elsewhere, please contact me at [email protected] or call +81-80-8977-6855.
Editorial clients and publications include:
National Geographic Traveller (UK), The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, BBC, CNN, NHK, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Lufthansa Exclusive, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Virtuoso Life, GEO
Doug captures the essence of people with images that evoke warmth and authenticity. With the aid of documentarian instincts, Doug enlists environments to inform his subjects’ stories. Settings are real, yet intentionally composed through Doug’s intelligent eye for graphic elements, creating a sense of intimacy for the viewer and placing them into the world of his subjects.
Based in Oaxaca de Juarex, Mexico
Michael Toolan’s body of editorial, commercial, and fine art work has been published and exhibited internationally. His clients include Penguin Random House, CNBC, The Wall St. Journal, El País, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, American India Foundation, and the Rainforest Alliance. His images have also appeared in The New York Times, and Photo District News. Michael divides his time between New York City, and Oaxaca City, and is available for commissions.
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.
I first fell in love with photography in the mountains. In my early twenties, I spent a lot of time traveling and playing in the outdoors, skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, and especially mountaineering. It’s also where I learned how to tell a good story. Before becoming a professional photographer, I worked for years as an editor and travel writer for magazines like Outside, Men’s Journal and Adbusters. I live in a more visual world now, but my journalistic instincts remain intact, and continue to inform my style as a photographer. I’m still chasing good stories. I just do it with my camera now. I believe there is an inherent truth in discovered moments. That the best images are both honest and believable. Creating a powerful narrative with a distinct visual character requires meticulous planning and attention to detail, a willingness to take risks, the ability to fluidly direct dynamic sequences, and the confidence to improvise and let scenes unfold naturally. My goal is to create images that don’t just feel real, but are real. How I achieve that goal may vary from shoot to shoot, but my motivation is always the same: To curate a campaign of visually distinct images that not only get it right technically, but also hit you in the gut emotionally.
Traveling throughout the southeast, Dan Anderson has spent the past 19 years finding unique images to deliver to clients in a variety of situations. Chasing a hurricane across state lines while editing and sending images from the cab of his truck or creating promotional stills on feature film sets, long days of shooting with early mornings and late nights are not unfamiliar to him. Dan’s pictures have earned him the respect of editors and art directors along with publication on the front pages of national newspapers to billboard displays for upcoming motion pictures.
Dan Anderson has worked for The European PressPhoto Agency, New York Times, ESPN.com, Thompson Reuters and Agence France-Press. His work has been published in MSNBC.com, Newsweek, SI.com, The New York Daily News, CNN.com, and The Wall Street Journal.
Dan has also used his camera to help tell the stories of such companies as ThyssenKrupp Steel USA, Alabama Power, Mobile Airport Authority, Mitchell Cancer Institute and Walgreens.
What did you want to be when you grew up? I almost became a Nuclear Engineer. Thankfully, after about a year of college physics and math, my creative brain cells wrestled control over the nerdy geek in me and pointed me to Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara. I still have a bit of that nerdy geek in me, but in a creative photographic way. The San Francisco Bay Area is where I landed after graduation and where I launched Vantage Point Photography. I love what I do. I love the process. I love creating images that cause people to pause, to look, to think and sometimes to smile. My other loves? My kids, our dog, a good hiking trail, and my SX 70 loaded with Polaroid film.
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.
Based in Durham, North Carolina
In nearly two decades in the commercial photography industry, Natalia proves a skillful dedication to the entire photography production process. During college, she kept her nose in the books for her commercial photography degree while working for internationally known photographers from coast-to-coast including Pete Barrett and Jim Erickson. Returning to NC, she worked as an independent retoucher and producer and began work with Jimmy Williams as Studio Manager.
As a freelance photographer since 2007, Natalia travels with the lens of a storyteller. In addition to corporate and agency commissions, her immersive photographs have captured the landscapes of Southeast Asia, her own extended family dinner table in Chile, and delicate portraiture of coconut farmers in Panama. When she isn’t packing a suitcase or behind the viewfinder or monitor, Natalia can be found at home in Durham, NC stopping in on classes at Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies, volunteering for environmental and social causes, or joining friends on spontaneous bicycle tours. As a former professional salsa dancer, she occasionally dusts off her heels and hits the pista de baile.
Gerard Yunker has been working as a professional photographer throughout North America for more than 30 years. His extensive career includes high-profile clients and agencies shooting a variety of styles including industrial, commercial, energy and fashion.
His fascination with light, feeling, and emotion has culminated into an impressive body of work that allows him to capture images—whether assets, products or people—in a captivating and compelling way.
Gerard’s strong attention to detail, technical aptitude, and relentless pursuit of the perfect shot consistently exceeds his clients’ expectations, and is part of why he is sought after by many leading brands in North America.
Based in Singapore
English, Hindi, Mandarin
I’m an entrepreneur-photographer-filmmaker that wears many hats. Originally from New York City but with nearly 25 years experience working and being creative all over Asia – now based in Singapore, I bring an international perspective to everything that I do, with extensive experience in both China and India.
motionpictures.asia is a multimedia production house specialising in shooting both photography and video for clients worldwide. We are developing a new specialty there of creating high quality marketing content for hotels and resorts in Asia.
Asia Images Group is one of the first stock photography agencies specialising in Asian content for the global market. Film and video is our new passion and we are seeing that market grow rapidly.
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.
Based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Cantonese, English, Indonesian, Japanese, Malay, Mandarin, Taiwanese Hokkien
Jeffry Lim is a professional photographer with over 25 years of experience covering more than 50 countries for his assignments. He has a strong track record of clients in the oil and gas, industrial and corporate sectors enabling him to offer a diverse photography service covering the sea, air & land including handling extreme outdoor conditions.
Based in Malaysia, Jeff is multilingual and he is very familiar with the Asian market landscape. He majors in aerial, industrial, offshore and marine photography, making him one of the most sought after specialists in this field. He is highly trained to manage specialized assignments and is fully offshore certified (including HUET, BOSIET, Mercury and H2S training).
His offshore and marine photography experiences cover a holistic process ranging from capturing shots of onshore refineries, setting up offshore platform in the shallow water and deep sea, oil exploration, construction, oil drilling, well test, platform construction, production to project commission and ship building. On the aerial front, he is conversant in drone photography, shoot on helicopter or plane and holds over 300 flying hours for assignments. He provides an all-round professional services include still photography, videography, time-lapse photography, aerial photography, industrial, offshore, onshore and marine photography.
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.
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.
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.”
M. Scott Brauer is a photographer based in Boston, Mass., whose work has taken him around the US and to China, Russia, India, and elsewhere. Brauer specializes in photographing science, education, politics, and the economy, among other subjects. He works frequently for Bloomberg Businessweek, the Chronicle of Higher Education, MIT, Harvard, Time, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and other publications and institutions.
Saroyan Humphrey is a photographer and designer based in San Francisco, CA. He works across California/West Coast and is always open to traveling for assignments. Saroyan has been published widely and featured in a variety of magazines and websites, covering an array of subjects.