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Oliver Parini is a Vermont-based photographer with over a decade of experience working with publications and brands. He specializes in portraits, agriculture, travel, and architectural photography. Oliver is available to travel across the Northeast (& beyond.) When Oliver is not on assignments, he can be found exploring the mountains and waters of Vermont, making dinner for his family, or hiking with his Siberian Husky.
I’m a freelance photographer based in Milan and Lugano. I’m skilled in portraiture, travel and reportage. as a freelance photographer I have been working during my career on a wide range of projects for magazines, advertisers, publishers and individual clients I’ve been a contributor for the most important italian and international weekly and monthly magazines, such as l’Espresso, D La Repubblica delle Donne, Vanity Fair, Wired, Sport Week, IL Magazine , Lufthansa magazine, Stern, GQ, L’Express, Financial Time, How To Spend It, WSJ, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Monocle, die Welt, Die Zeit, Mare Magazine, Newsweek Japan, Eurowings Magazine, N Magazazin, Wizz Magazin, Wings Magazin, Ferrari Magazine, Elsevire, Nat Geo USA, Nat Geo China. As for adv and branding I had the opportunity to work with clients such as Vodafone, DHL, Shell, Deutsche Post , Lamborghini, The Brander Zurich, Banca Pop di Vicenza, Trentino tourist board, Ink Travel Media, HP etc.
In the beginning he aspired to smuggle gems from Sri Lanka and live on the island of Fatu Hiva where Gauguin painted. Instead moved to Micronesia and got lost for two years. Fell in lust. Slid down a coconut tree; very painful. Saw a blue moon. Was attacked by sharks but got lucky. Built houses, speared fish, Fell in love. Went home empty handed. Went to school, got bored then graduated. Lived in Mexico, fell in love, got drunk with a cartel hit man. Lived in Indian village, broke two ribs, lost all his money on a cock fight, got lost in a cave but now is found. Published widely acclaimed work. Made mama proud. Worked for newspapers. Worked for Sipa Press. Walked in the desert, got heat stroke, thought he saw God or Jerry Garcia. Recovered. Worked for Life, Fortune, Newsweek, National Geographic. Went to Cuba and smoked cigars. Fell in Love. Married in Havana. She saw him coming a mile away. Fortunate tragedy. Recovered. Worked for New York Times, Discovery Channel, Amgen, Target, etc. Worked in Latin America. Fell in Love with the wrong woman then Fell in love with the right woman Got Married, wife, kid, beagle and garden. The whole nine yards. Beagle ate the house. Likes tomatoes, green tea and bike riding. Most pressing question: "Are we living in a simulation.?"
My obsession with photography dates back to elementary school when I discovered that the camera could carry some weight on the playground. Our house had a darkroom which was not ventilated. The fumes, together with the Stones, Dylan and Abba were intoxicating. It’s no wonder I spent most of my childhood there. After 40+ years of shooting, my relationship with photography is healthier than ever. I work to balance commercial assignments, personal work and pro bono work. I have begrudgingly lived through the transition from film to digital. If I ran for president, my platform would be the world needs fewer, better photographs and I would heavily fund the ‘slow photography’ movement. Putting my time where my mouth is, I have adopted a forgotten photographic process, the photogravure, and am deeply diving into its preservation. Hilary is very supportive of my photogravure obsession. So much so that even when she can’t sleep, she asks about it…
Antoine Doyen was born in 1982 in Nancy, France. As he was getting bored in University in 2005, he dropped out of Sociology so he could fly to West Africa and see what kind of movies where shot and watched there. What should have been a scientific study became a series of images that brought him to photography as a job; he never showed up in class ever again. Back in France, the newspaper "Metro" sent him on assignment to the Cannes Film Festival: that’s how he gets into portrait, by chance. He then enrolls in a photojournalism class at the EMI-CFD (Paris). He works on assignment for a variety of news outlets (Le Monde, L’Express, Le Parisien Magazine, Les Echos, Studio Cine Live, The Wall Street Journal…) and communication agencies. First a portrait photographer, he also ventures in the long-format realm, currently documenting tractor pulling competitions… and the life of catholic priests. In any case, the subject that matters is commitment & passion.
Robert Brembeck, who was born in 1968 in the village of Haselbach near Straubing, is one of the notably low-key personalities in a craft that feeds often enough upon vanity and pomposity. His quiet, laid-back temperament, which is not unusual for people who come from his part of the world, is expressed in a classless recalcitrance towards any kind of celebrity and authority. It doesn’t make any difference to Brembeck whether he is photographing Sir Richard Branson, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Gerhard Polt or a milk farmer from his home village. His credo: A good photo is a personal close-up that must touch the observer emotionally. This can only happen if you don’t take yourself too seriously; if your respect for name, official position and title is not too great. This is the case with the man from Lower Bavaria.
Roman (Ronny) Rozenberg is an independent photographer and visual artist. His journalistic work was published in the New York Times, Die Welt, STERN, Guardian, Haaretz, Global Post, NPR, Huffington Post and other national and international publications. His personal work tends to blend layers of fictional and imaginative, in order to retrace and reimagine alternative realities that are hiding behind the ones revealing themselves to us as ‘facts on the ground’.
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.
After a decade-long career as an experimental nuclear physicist, Minesh Bacrania has established himself as an editorial and documentary portrait photographer with a strong connection to New Mexico and the Southwest. His portraits and photo essays exploring the unique people, culture, and artistic traditions of the region have been featured in numerous national magazines and publications. Available for assignment anywhere, he lives with his son in the mountains outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Clients include: Editorial The New York Times The Wall Street Journal The Guardian Preservation Magazine Audubon Society Magazine Southwest: The Magazine New Mexico Magazine American Craft Magazine Food Network Magazine Boston Magazine Commercial / Advertising Newport News Nuclear / BWXT Google Goldman Sachs Huffington Post Creative Labs Environmental Defense Fund Johns Manville Corporation National Trust for Historic Preservation Los Alamos National Laboratory Sandia National Laboratories Santa Fe Institute Descartes Labs New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs
I’m a location photographer based in Cleveland,OH and I provide the photography you need to illustrate your editorial publication, annual report, or brand campaign. I specialize in shooting everything from portraiture to the performing arts. During the past 30 years I have been a regular contributor to a long list of national publications which have included Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, Newsweek, The New York Times, and Reader’s Digest. In addition to editorial portraiture, architecture, and industrial photography I also provide photography services for The Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals of Cleveland. At night I am the house photographer for Great Lakes Theater Festival, Cleveland Play House, and the internationally renowned Cleveland Orchestra. I grew up in the editorial business.
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.
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.
Bilbao- San Sebastian- Biarritz editorial and commercial photographer. A day before I was due to begin a degree at the University of Bolton, I decided Computer Sciences did not factor in my future and withdrew from the course to pursue a career in photography. From Bolton I headed East to China where, while studying for an MA in Photojournalism, I worked for a number of agencies, newspapers and magazines. In 2007 I headed back to Europe, returning to my hometown Bilbao in 2008. Currently I am based between Bilbao (Spain) and Biarritz (France) when not travelling abroad. I am represented by Panos Pictures. Since 2018 I am fully licensed drone operator.
I am a corporate and advertising photographer. I am fascinated by genuine places and situations and I love working with real people, presenting them in an authentic, lively way. I also love to tell visual stories – translating into images what makes a company unique. After studying Photography and English at UC Berkeley and Photography at FH Bielefeld, Germany, I chose Berlin as a home. I started working for magazines first, soon corporate and advertising projects followed, mainly in the field of portrait, people, and automotive photography. I love traveling and I have extensive experience in working abroad – whether on my own for a reportage, with a larger team, or shooting alongside a video production. My clients include: Airbnb, Allianz, Audi, BMW, Continental, Deutsche Bahn, E.on, Fraport, KPMG, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Rewe, SBB, Siemens, Swiss Life, UBS, Vattenfall, Volkswagen
Mark Lehn has more than 15 years photography experience. Mark’s 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 in Brisbane, Australia.
My name is Yadid Levy and I’m a photographer based in Tel Aviv and Buenos Aires. Ever since I remember I was fascinated by other cultures and far away countries. As a kid I used to read about the journeys of great explorers and travelers and dreamed about the day I would set off on my own to explore the different corners of the world. I feel very fortunate that my dreams became my reality. For 18 years now I’ve been traveling about 4-6 months a year around the world on assignments for various clients and until this day has visited more than 80 countries. I have shot corporate and editorial assignments for some of the leading companies and magazines around the world. I have a vast experience in traveling and understanding the different societies around the world. I speak English, Spanish, Danish, Hebrew, and can get by with Arabic. Perfectly at home working anywhere around the world I always manage the unexpected and get the job done.
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.
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.
Born in 1991 in Strasbourg, Henri Vogt is now living and working between his hometown and Helsinki. He has been working the photographic medium since 2009, but it’s only in 2014, after graduating in graphic design, that he started his activity as a freelance photographer. When others seek the movement in the photograph, Henri is interested in its static aspect, frozen. Will it be for commissioned work or personal projects, his pictures are a mix between documentary photographs and contemplative images. He has been collaborating with the press (Die Welt, Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, Le Figaro, L’Obs, Elle, Le Point, Society, SoFoot…) and working on corporate assignment. Henri Vogt was a member of Studio Hans Lucas from September 2016 till May 2019.
British photographer Alastair Philip Wiper (Hamburg, 1980) has received international recognition for his work in the industrial, scientific and architectural fields. Alastair’s signature is defined by a unique understanding of lines and symmetry, colour and contrast, often combined with dark humour. As well as working commercially for brands such as Google and Nikon, his work is regularly featured in publications such as Wired, Vice, Scientific American and The Guardian. His prints are included in the collections of institutions such as the Design Museum in London, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Bank Vontobel in Zurich, and he has produced several books, including Unintended Beauty (Hatje Cantz, 2020) and The Art of Impossible (Thames & Hudson, 2015). Alastair has exhibited at institutions such as The Royal Institute of British Architects, London and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design (MADD), Bordeaux, France.
For over 30 years Joe has teamed with clients and directed productions large and small, to create dynamic images for American corporations in his studio, and on location around the globe. Laying in a mudpit beneath 11-ton excavators, suspended inches above the highway at 70mph, hanging from helicopters or pausing NY traffic on the Manhattan Bridge, to capture a line of client trucks from a nearby skyscraper. Joe’s passion for solving problems and creating great images is what gets him up every day, literally.
My team and I are photographers specialized on commercial, corporate and industrial photography. We provide our service internationally. Tell your clients the story of your company with impressive photography. Position yourself as a strong employer and let me inspire enthusiasm in your company and work processes! Extreme conditions are not uncommon in our work as industrial photographers. But those are the challenges that inspire and drive us. Just high above the roofs of an industrial plant, then in the deep-freeze warehouse. Should everything be kept in a “clean” look or should it be a little more dramatic? Depending on the personality of your company, we create images with an atmosphere that gets under your skin. We can capture images as a classic documentary or dramatic with smoke, flying sparks and epic light. We want to hear your story! That’s why we are happy to get to know the development processes of your product and your company. We give good advice build on our experience. We are happy to hear from you!
I didn’t plan to be a photographer when I was a kid – I thought I’d be a veterinarian, an ad man on Madison Ave (hello, Don Draper!), or an astronaut. You know, the usual. But, I picked up a camera while in the army, and the rest, as they say, is history. My photography resume is long and diverse – at different times, I have been a conflict, newspaper, sports, lifestyle, fashion, portrait, feature and food photographer. I have lived and worked in NYC, LA, Miami, DC, Phoenix, Harrisburg, PA, and for the last 11 years, Charlotte. All of these locations and experiences through my career have shaped my perspective. I capture real moments, tell rich stories, and make people and products look great for brands, magazines and ad agencies. My work is real, relatable, honest and authentic. Whether everyday people or hired talent, I have a natural ability to make people comfortable in front of my lens. We have fun on my shoots, I don’t yell, and, on the best days, we eat NC BBQ. I live with my wife and 3 rescue dogs on an acre within the Charlotte city limits that we bought (mostly) for the dogs. When not out shooting, you can usually find me working on personal projects, or exploring a new hobby, or fly fishing for anything that swims. Some fun facts about me below – the rest you need to learn for yourself. So, let’s work together! • I drink a LOT of iced tea and there will always be some on set • I was a Paratrooper in the US Army and have over 75 jumps • I have seen every episode of Law and Order (go head, challenge me!) • I will travel almost anywhere, anytime to eat BBQ • Every fish I catch is released alive to live another day • I have counted over 25 species of birds at our yard feeders • I hiked over 700 miles of the Appalachian Trail in one trip
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.