Yve Assad is an advertising and editorial photographer based in Nashville, Tennessee. With a background in photojournalism, story telling and showing the real human experience has always been an important part of her work. She is inspired by the outdoors, and always ready for a good adventure (especially the kind on 2 wheels).
Ilan Godfrey (b 1980) is a South African photographer, who’s work explores the diverse social, political, economic and environmental currents that shape contemporary South Africa, giving viewers a broader, and at the same time, more deeply personal understanding of the country they live in but seldom truly gets to grips with. His photographic practice includes extensive research and focuses on issues that expose South Africa’s constantly shifting landscape, documenting the country with an in-depth and intimate conscience. By conveying through long-term, multi-layered projects a process of investigative narration with photography, he reveals varied aspects of societal change across the country.
I specialize in creating conceptually and visually rich images. Working on still life, food and product photography in my studio is where I feel most at home, although paddling a kayak is a very close second. Utilizing my knowledge of technical lighting and my eye for detail, I am able to make objects appear better on screen and in print than they would to the naked eye. My work can be found in many national advertising campaigns, as well as editorial magazines, and of course, plenty of e-commerce websites. With 10 years of photographic experience and a BFA from RIT, I am ready to help you bring your shoot to life.
creates and constructs a professional yet easy going work environment.
likes photographing roadside non-attractions.
thanks his high school photography teacher, Mr. Swayne, for encouraging creative exploration.
thinks life, and photoshoots, can and should be fun.
believed he would become an architect when in high school and early college. He went to RISD for a term during high school and designed a hypothetical guest house for Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye. Local critics loved it.
began his photography career in 1997. He was 27.
has been photographing people with an 8×10 large format and medium format Hasselblad camera using really big Polaroids and film. These shoots happen in his 3 sided dilapidated barn. Tequila is often involved.
travels everywhere to make photographs but calls the mountain west home.
would ride a bike everyday if time and weather allowed.
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.
PEOPLE are my focus.
A photograph is merely a photograph until it sparks an emotion. It’s that connection between imagery and your visceral response.
Maybe it’s an unexpected angle or the way light creates something entirely new.
Finding unique visions is how I sign my work.
PLACES feed my soul.
More than a dot on a map, each one possesses an unmistakable
personality. I look for that character in the lens-framing it precisely to delight the eye. Often a location’s personality is intangible.
Then some visual archeology is needed to unearth it’s true meaning.
MACHINES fuel my passion.
A deeply rooted emotional connection to things that move began at birth, only accelerating from there.
More than merely metal, glass and rubber, they’re quite simply performance art.
Finding a machine’s soul is the quest I gladly undertake every time out.
I’m Steve Boxall. I’m a commercial and editorial fashion/lifestyle photographer, specializing in children. In fact, I like to think that my images are where fashion and lifestyle meet. For me, it’s all about capturing images of a fabulous life.
After college he moved to London to start his photographic career shooting for BBC Television.
After six years of working in London for the BBC and other clients, he left his native England to travel the world on a two-year hiatus before settling in Miami Florida.
Since moving to the USA and resuming his career, Steve has worked with some of the world’s greatest photographers, amongst them Richard Avedon. Seeing the transition from film to digital, he became a founding partner in Digital Decaf, a digital services company for the photographic industry.
Steve has 20 years of experience working in almost every aspect of the industry, and as a father of three, he loves to photograph people but especially kids. Miami-based but always traveling, he is at home shooting studio, beach, island, zero gravity, and everything in between.
Based in Vancouver, Noel Hendrickson is an internationally recognized commercial photographer. Known for his ability to spot the ‘in-between’ moments, Noel captures his subjects true emotions through his unique form of visual storytelling. Noel was born on the prairies where he developed an appreciation for the land, but the ocean is where his heart is. He lives on the mountain in Vancouver with his beautiful wife Christine, son Finn and their two pugs Phil and Allan.
I’m a commercial and editorial portrait photographer living in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.
From the time I was a child, I loved drawing and painting. When my dad gave me my first camera when I was 12, I saw photography as another art form, and I still do. From those early photos I realized that I prefer the warmth and grace of natural light and the simple beauty of a perfect composition.
I’m an American photographer and I try to create atmospheric and mesmerising images of landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, and abandoned spaces.
I’ve been living and working in Hong Kong for 9 years now. However I travel quite a bit through out the world for work, which I am happy to do.
I work with many architecture firms, interior designers, and advertising agencies in and around Hong Kong.
Stacy is a commercial photographer and food stylist, she divides her time between NYC and Charleston, SC. With an eye for composition and light, she approaches each shoot with a rustic, authentic and story-telling style ranging from light ans fresh to dark and dramatic. Always showcasing food in its natural state, she loves to focus on the gorgeous details and colors that make you feel like you’re close to something delicious and beautiful. Her vibrant reverence for the culinary spirit makes her a favorite among hardworking chefs and restaurateurs. Stacy’s work highlights her knack for capturing the essence of captivating personalities and truly unique companies. Stacy’s fun personality and strong work ethic allows her to produce compelling photography for all level of businesses, from sole-proprietors looking for scale, affordable and quick photography, to in-house creative teams within a company or advertising agency looking for someone who is going to deliver highly successful, elegant and sophisticated imagery.
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.
Geo Rittenmyer is a visual storyteller. His career began in live entertainment and advertising portraiture working with clients such as ESPN, Disney on Ice and Ralph Lauren. He has gone on to adapt a cinematic approach for in-studio and branded content allowing each image to tell a story. He is known for his dynamic use of color and ability to place a vision into any discipline, whether it’s a nocturnal landscape or studio still life.
His photography is fully conceptualized from start to finish with each image’s color being just as important as the subject itself. With his innate understanding of photography and post-production, he can visualize the final look before the process begins allowing the image to be created with the highest quality and most efficiency. His techniques behind the lens, lights and computer allow clients to feel at ease with the direction and collaboration throughout each project and a seamless communication process along the way. When not on the road, Geo resides in the Pacific Northwest where he maintains a well-equipped photo studio in Seattle and can carry out all the pre and post-production needs for various jobs.
Combining a passion for all things outdoors with a unique creative eye, Stephen creates images for the world’s leading outdoor manufacturers and publishers. He developed his vision as a natural landscape photographer, and now applies that creative vision to active outdoor and lifestyle images.
Freelance commercial photographer in Boston for twenty years, shooting primarily for editorial, corporate , nonprofit and advertising clients. Specialties: environmental portraiture, but also shoot everything from food to interiors, to landscape…
Jenn Ackerman and Tim Gruber are a husband and wife team based in Minneapolis, MN. You will almost always find them working side by side, which has been the case since grad school. They enjoy the collaborative nature of being a tight-knit team and pushing each other to create images that sing. Their goal on every assignment is simple – evoke emotion and authenticity in every image they make.
They take an authentic approach to their work and specialize in providing images of real people to advertising, corporate and editorial clients. They pride themselves in being storytellers and work to create a narrative in every photo they take.
Their work has been honored by the Communication Arts Photography Annual and Advertising Annual 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2019, American Photography 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 PDN Photo Annual, Review Santa Fe Center Project Competition, Photolucida’s Critical Mass, Inge Morath Award, Magnum Expression Award, POYi, and many others. Their most recent documentary film won an Emmy and they were named a McKnight Fellow and to PDN’s 30 Photographers to Watch.
For their aerial work, they are FAA 107 certified pilots and fully insured.
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.
Fulton is a world-class image-maker and seasoned creative partner who’s built his reputation on a unique vision, tenacious work ethic. paradoxically wrapped in a friendly, easy-going nature.
“Every time I look at our image library it makes me happy – everything about it. Thank you so much, John!” — Mary Welsh, Visual Content Manager Americas – Delta Airlines
Best known for his powerful people and conceptual work, Fulton has created award-winning campaigns for global brands like Honda, Coca-Cola, Novartis, and AT&T. “John is a work ‘till 4 am, whatever it takes to get it done right, kind of artist. It’s a pleasure tackling projects with him.”
“Complex image-making can be a challenge with many artists, but when working with John and his seasoned team, the process is always a blend of professionalism, humor, and artistry.” — John Rosato, Sr. Producer – Mu//en
John is based in Atlanta and represented worldwide by:
VISU – NYC / LA / Miami
We love to tell stories with pictures and moving images.
We enjoy implementing concepts, collaborating and generating new ideas with our clients.
Our experience, efficiency and can-do attitude enable us to master just about every type of production.
We work as a team, and love what we do.
Born in Switzerland, DANIEL HAGER is a Zurich based photographer, director and cinematographer.
He likes to be outdoors. Loves cities, remote valleys and a good coffee.
He likes traveling, enjoying the aura of the places and people he discovers, the lights, the magnanimity.
All of these experiences has helped to built his artistic style.
French photographer Patrick Wack (b. 1979) grew up in the suburbs of Paris. After a career in sports and studies in economics and foreign languages in Paris, the US and Sweden, he left a job in Berlin to start again as a photographer in China. Fully self-taught, he was based in Shanghai from 2006 to 2017 where he worked freelance for international publications and commercial clients. He also focuses on long-term personal projects mixing the traditional documentary approach with a more subjective and contemplative storytelling. His work has addressed topics such as the repression of minorities, urban mutations, post-conflict reconstruction or environmental issues. He has published in Time Magazine, The New York Times, GEO France, The Sunday Times, Courrier International and Vanity fair among others. His work has been exhibited in solo shows in China, Germany, Singapore, France and the US. He’s currently based in Berlin but splits his time with Paris, Shanghai and Moscow. Among other awards, he was a PDN photo annual winner and French Bourse du talent laureate in 2018, has received 1st prize at the KL Photo Awards and was a laureate of the Albert Kahn grant in 2018 and of the CNAP grant for documentary photography in 2020.
My journey as a storyteller was inspired by childhood trips with my mountaineer grandfather, who introduced me to the wonders of the natural world while sharing tales of the people and places from his adventurous life. He sparked in me a curiosity for travel, respect for different cultures and strong desire to protect the environment.
As a documentary photography, my personal work explores the close relationship between people and place. I have been working in the Western Balkans since 2013, when I first came to the region and discovered there was far more here than the stereotypes of war, ethnic divisions and the disarray of post-communism. Since then I have been sharing stories that shed light on the beauty of the Balkans, its unique cultural heritage, pristine environments and the struggle to preserve all three.