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Bob Rives is a visual storyteller who photographs people and places for corporate, advertising and editorial clients worldwide. Using graphics, color, and a strong sense of design and light, he finds striking images in ordinary situations. Clients have come to depend on Bob to deliver high quality images on time and on budget.
André Klotz is an editorial and commercial photographer based in São Paulo, Brazil. Originally studied Economics, he has since pursued a career in photography. He wanders between his commercial, editorial and personal work. Always looking for abstraction and minimalism. With focus on people and architecture, has what he calls “an obsession with straight lines”. Has been fortunate to work with a number of amazing brands, magazines and agencies around the world.
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.
Claus Lehmann graduated in Social Communication at the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (ESPM), São Paulo, Brazil, in 2000. The photographer lived in Munich, Germany, between 2002 and 2003 where he worked with photographer Enno Kapitza. There he got in touch with his portraits universe and with his analog color photo lab and was able to join his technique with experimentation. From 2004 to 2008 Claus lived in Milano, Italy, and worked with different photographers such as Ruy Teixeira, with whom he developed his knowledge in “the new digital photography”, and began his career as a portrait photographer. During this period in Europe, he photographed for Eindhoven Design Academy of Netherlands, among other clients. In 2009 he turned back to São Paulo and began to shoot for magazines and advertising agencies. His artistic projects are researches on photographic techniques and artistic language. Experimenting and mixing analog and digital technologies.
Morten Koldby is a commercial corporate, portrait, & animal photographer based in Denmark. Morten has travelled most of the world with his work and is equally at home shooting in the studio as on remote locations. Current & former clients include Adweek Magazine, Wall Street Journal, World Wildlife Foundation, AKQA, Siemens, Colorado University, VOLA, Munthe, Norlys, Makeable, Aarhus University, Associated Press, TDC, Kunde & Co, KMD, Patagonia, IBM & Zenvo Automotive.
Pete Muller is an advertising photographer based in London, UK. Specialising in lifestyle, action and industrial work. Pete is a professional photographer who has worked with multiple clients across the globe.
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’. Roman is a past partcipant of Eddie Adams Workshop XXV and Noorderlicht Masterclass. He speaks Russian, English, Dutch and Hebrew.
Matt is an award-winning editorial portrait, commercial advertising, industrial, and sports photographer out of a southern town just a few minutes south of Atlanta called Macon. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Mercer University in Human Services ( he’s a people person) Back in the day, he tried his hand in TV as a commercial TV producer and was promoted to a sports reporter. During his time there he shot local news and a little photography (he stuck with the latter). When he’s not on assignment, he’s more than likely watching his favorite soccer team Arsenal FC, boxing, coaching soccer, reading, drinking hazelnut coffee, or listening to 80’s music (and yes he’s a huge Hall and Oates fan). He’s also an avid comic collector who is one of a few people to hold an original copy of the 1984 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 first print…COWABUNGA Matt is available to travel for assignments within the US and internationally. He keeps his passport ready!
I had the privilege to serve as the chief photographer for 11.President of Republic of Turkey Abdullah Gül between the years of 2012-2016, photographing him daily in his activities at the office, abroad and in his personal life and also led a team of thirteen people, organized all visual documentation of Presidency which were distributed to government offices, press and other institutions. Deciding to pursue my career in the USA, I settled in New York in 2006 and had the chance to follow 2008 American elections, which took Barack Obama to presidency as the first African-American. I was also amongst one of the few Turkish photojournalists that entered the Guantanamo prison, which became the center of international controversy as individuals were detained and processed by the Guantanamo military commissions. In 2010, I was one of the twelve foreign journalists who was selected by the New York Press Association for a 10-month journalism program on the American education system and wrote many articles; prepared radio news pieces on the issue.
I’m based in Austin but work all over Texas and the rest of the country. Maintaining a consistent aesthetic, many of my projects are in the commercial advertising and editorial world but you’ll find some personal experiments and explorations in the Series column. These productions are big and small from multi-day lifestyle cast and shoots to just me and the subject in a low key setting. Strongly architectural images and interiors are a concentration with their own home at craigwashburnplaces.com. I am also the founder of still-motion pictures, a fresh merging of motion, photography and animation.
Hello! 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
British photographer Alastair Philip Wiper (Hamburg, 1980) is known for his unique ability to portray subjects of industry, science and architecture. Through a profound fascination with lines and symmetry, colour and contrast, Alastair masterfully captures the beauty of imperfection. Alastair is based in Copenhagen, where he lives with his wife and two sons. Alastair’s most recent book Unintended Beauty is published by Hatje Cantz. His previous book is a behind the scenes look at Bang & Olufsen, celebrating their 90th anniversary and published by Thames & Hudson. Find out about it here. Recent interviews and press about Alastair’s work can be found on CNN, Dezeen, Wired, Businessweek, The Daily Mail and Norse Projects.
Ryan Ketterman is a commercial photographer and FAA-licensed drone pilot, specializing in industrial and corporate advertising photography and video with a style consisting of colorful and energetic imagery. Running a client-friendly, service-oriented business he believes that great creativity often is the result of team effort and values working closely with his clients. Based in Jacksonville, Florida Ryan and his team are ready to create outstanding visuals for you.
David was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, and at 18, toured Europe taking snapshots throughout his travels. His father, who worked for The San Francisco Examiner, saw his photography from his first trip and bought him a better camera for his next summer abroad. After earning a photography degree from the historic Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, Calif., David has a successful studio shooting for the last 30 years. His work ranges in special interests, including editorial architecture, commercial lifestyles to product work for national clients. With visual trends changing as often as the PNW weather, David is abreast on the latest lighting and composition techniques, and integrates them into his workflow to keep his style fresh and ever evolving. David’s clients have relied on his ability to create work they knew they needed, and have been pleased with content that furthered their concepts. When David isn’t shooting, you can find him traveling Europe, reeling in salmon in Alaska, creating fun ways to enjoy valuable family time, or on set as an extra in one of many motion pictures being filmed in Oregon, which in a small way, fulfills his passion for the film industry.
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.
When I was 19, I knew I wanted to be a photographer. I started training as a photographer in a portrait studio. At the time, it wasn’t clear that the direction was right, because the environment was too uninspiring for me. However, what did I discover? My empathy and how it is still an important tool for me when working with my customers. Studying communication design with a focus on photography in Dortmund showed me another passion: social issues and pure life. How to focus on people is still my passion today. Reportage became my medium.But craftsmanship and passion are not everything. A large photo production is not possible without professional organization. So it was good to get to know the other side: As an art buyer at Media Consulta, Berlin, I acquired my know-how in production, organization and budgeting. Four years in the BILD photo department followed. After a lot of learning, the time had come. You know the 10,000 hour rule? Well over 10,000 hours of photography had passed since I first tried to walk with the Polaroid camera: In 2014 I started my own business as a photographer. My focus: corporate branding and employer branding with a focus on the authentic portrayal of people in their environment.
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.
As a Kansas City-based commercial and editorial photographer, Steve Puppe’s freelance assignments range from food and environmental portraiture, to healthcare, agriculture and corporate photography. Living with his wife, two daughters and son outside the city, and with a studio in the Strawberry Hill area, Steve has stayed connected to the city where he’s spent much of his life. Steve’s interest in photography, like his connection to his hometown, has deep roots. With a painter for a mother, he was exposed to art at a young age, taking every art class available to him. He flirted with the paintbrush and the pencil, but it wasn’t until he received a camera that he fell in love. From his first high school photo class, Steve knew what he wanted to do with his life. While still a high school student, he had the good fortune of working with Hallmark Cards, which paired him with commercial photographers, and paid for his film and photo trips. Steve continued his photo studies at Kansas University, where he studied advertising and photojournalism. He also freelanced for Hallmark and commercial photographers on the side. Through Hallmark, Steve furthered his creative development, learning how to capture a diverse range of subjects from people to still life. He took that experience with him into a career in photojournalism, covering a variety of stories for notable papers. Eventually, Steve headed back to the studio, working as an in-house photographer at an ad agency. It was there that his degree in advertising gave came into play, giving him the insight to take on a wide array of clients and campaigns. Working as a graphic designer and photographer allowed Steve to take projects from conception all the way to the press check. Fast forward and nowadays, Steve combines that commercial experience with photojournalistic story telling shooting for notable clients like Cerner, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, Sprint, Nike, Google, AT&T, Chrysler and IBM. When he’s not out on assignment, he’s cooking up some Kansas City BBQ, or taking pictures of his family because when Steve’s taking a picture, he’s happy.
My name is Greg. I grew up in the South. I never say no to black coffee and chess pie. I know a little bit about a lot of stuff. Like how to tie a bowline, when to prune a rose bush and what makes a tasty rub. I like to pan-fry, sautee, bake, roast and grill whatever I can get my hands on. I married a woman who likes fast cars. Together, we have a couple of kids, a couple of dogs and a trailerful of outdoor gear that is mostly mine. I love my job because I get to meet people from all walks of life. I’ve photographed truck drivers, crabbers, mariachi and linemen. Robot makers, whiskey makers, fridge makers and nut pickers. Professional wrestlers, UN ambassadors, hall-of-famers and polka enthusiasts. Surgeons, CEOs, Air Force One pilots and brewers. Every person I frame up with my camera gives me a little more insight and a broader understanding of what it means to be a person living a life on this planet. Whether I’m telling the stories of real people or working with casting agents to gather the group you like, you can bet I’ll connect with whomever we have on the other side of my camera. Gimme a call and let’s go make some pictures!
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.
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.
Adam Hester is a photographer/filmmaker originally from Seattle, currently living in Minneapolis. At heart, Adam is a creative storyteller, and his best stories are often told through both stills and motion imagery. His library of work often portrays unique, expressive lifestyle images that elicit authenticity. His approach to work is down to earth and filled with hard work, collaboration and a passionate eye for capturing the details as well as the big picture.
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!
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.