Marisa Guzmán-Aloia is a Washington, DC based portrait and lifestyle photographer. A graduate of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Marisa’s work is about capturing the stories in front of her lens. Her use of light and composition, in addition to her emotive direction, creates relaxed and natural photographs. Marisa enjoys collaborating with clients to bring their vision to life. Marisa has a wanderlust. Her life as a photographer has led her on breathtaking adventures. Documenting new places, cultures and experiences feed her soul. But, it doesn’t matter where in the world Marisa is, she will always be a California girl at heart. The world is a wonderfully big and diverse place. Marisa is aiming to photograph as much of it as she can. Marisa’s clients include Compass Real Estate Brokerage, Keller Williams Realty, TTR Sotheby’s Realty, CARR Properties, The Washingtonian, Virtuoso Magazine, Boston University Alumni Magazine, Rutgers Alumni Magazine, IBM Power Systems Magazine, Southbay Magazine and Terranea Resort Magazine.
Contact Sean because in 1986 his mullet could kick Patrick Swayzy’s mullet’s ass. Since the eighties Sean has been living vicariously through himself. A world traveler that has been quoted as saying, "I ain’t pretty but I do smell bad". He’s a self made hundredaire and an acid reflux survivor. He is sponsored by by Snuggie and popcorn and is an active activist against world suck. He’s reported to be a mediocre stunt double for himself and as result I huge contributor in orthopedic benevolence. He is funny, has fantastic people skills, is pretty good at making photographs and can be fun to work with. Services include photographic and motion production, consulting and education. : )
Aaron Conway is a photographer based in Cincinnati, Ohio and available for travel.
A passionate creative, talker, outdoors enthusiast and dog lover; if you like dogs let him know, they love coming to the studio. If not on location or at his studio located downtown Cincinnati, Aaron is either home planning or on some kind of adventure.
Steven Errico is a commercial image maker born and raised on the west coast of Canada. His work has been described as intimate, playful and authentic, earning him awards and accolades from Communication Arts, PDN, AI/AP, Applied Arts, and other notable publications.
Steven believes in creating an environment on set which allows for serendipity, designing ways to uncover genuine moments that create a connection between the subject and the viewer. His obsession with the elements of light and space, combined with careful consideration for production, talent, and locations enable Steven to create imagery that is expressive, nuanced and honest. Known for being collaborative, supportive, and detail-oriented, he has a versatility and adaptability which produce dynamic yet spontaneous work that his clients love.
His passion for his work is obvious as he has been known to dangle precariously out of helicopters, curl his toes over the edge of high-rise rooftops, and be dragged behind power boats in order to get just the right shot.
Steven collected a degree in Marketing from the University of British Columbia, then went on to study at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. After working as a Creative Director in the tech sector he finally decided to follow this life long passion for photography and dove head first into it as a career. Steven has been working as a full-time professional photographer since 2006. He lives sandwiched between the mountains and the ocean in Vancouver, BC with his wife, two children, and their Mexi-mutt Cedar.
here’s a little bit about me and some of my favorite things…
grad school trained photographer, wife, mother to two boys Jude + Jagger, iced tea
drinker, sunshine, the desert, exploring new places, light, photographs, red wine,
anthropologie, fall leaves,design, anything reclaimed, Los Angeles+ Chicago, french cheeses, bread +butter,
vintage, clean sheets, sushi, hot showers, Greece, fall in NYC, Schitts creek, +
When worlds collide!
Missy and Chelsea here! We met a handful of years ago while working alongside each other at a local studio. We aligned seamlessly (pun intended!) and found ourselves having the same dedication and passion for photography and all the nitty gritty that goes along with it. After work cocktails quickly turned into a lasting friendship full of road trips, vacations, adventures, collaborations, and a metric ton of shenanigans!
Queue the lightning bolt striking something and sparks flying moment… Truth be told, we went into work one day, had the same idea, on the same day and then poof! started a production company. The idea was to build up a production company, continue to be commercial photographers, have a studio the community could use, and grow into offering workshops and professional photography development. Houston, we have take off!
The Amy Rose Productions philosophy has always been to bring our personal life values of loyalty, resolve, passion, reaching for the stars, and wonder to every project and client. It’s that character that keeps us motivated, clients excited, and the photographs fresh!
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.
A recipient of a Life Magazine Alfred Eisenstaedt Award, commercial and editorial photographer Susan Seubert is based in Portland, Oregon and Maui, Hawaii. She has recently twice been recognized with awards by the North American Travel Journalists Association for excellence in editorial photography. Susan brings technical and creative finesse to every assignment. She spends much of her time traveling around the world shooting for clients like USAA, Staples, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Lindblad Expeditions as well as National Geographic Traveler magazine and The New York Times. She is a National Geographic Photography Expert and travels with the National Geographic Expeditions aboard their ships. Susan also exhibits her personal work with various galleries around the United States. Susan is available for assignments, around the world.
star·board & port ˈstär-bərd & ˈpȯrt
1: a nautical term referring to the left and right sides of a waterborne vessel.
2: S&P is driven through George’s attention to detail and precision in conjunction with Chase’s creative visualization and communication.
Starboard & Port was born on a sandy beach in New Jersey when two creatives came together through their fondness of travel and photography. With a clink of a bourbon glass, they headed out West to plant roots in Springfield, Missouri. The foundation of S&P is simple; innovators perfecting their craft while creating remarkable images. With over 20 years combined experience stretching from the Atlantic and Pacific, both Co-Captains of Starboard & Port bring something unique to the table.
3400 sq ft downtown studio
Full kitchen, client lounge, conference & work space
Hi, I’m Kamil. I’m a photographer living and working in Vancouver, BC. I’m available for editorial, advertising, and personal commissions worldwide. I hold Canadian and EU passports. My photographic practice is centered around many things that don’t quite make perfect sense in my brain, such as the how and why of colour densities, how does the process itself influence the final photograph, and how to intersect graphic art with the visceral documentary experience. So when I’m working, I’m usually thinking about all these things at once. I’m currently particularly interested in projects that hold cultural or environmental significance, be they in advertising, editorial, or personal art. But I’m not saving any lives, so all that to say, I love my work, and I have a lot of fun with it.
I wish I could say I have tasted every dish I shot. People may not agree on politics, taxes or even the weather, but we surely drop our differences and come together over food. Time spent at the table with others is one of the best ways to get to know them. Photography is much the same.
Spending most of my fifteen year career as a magazine art director and photographer, I have worked with a wide variety of subjects from senators and beauty queens to chefs and turkeys. I enjoy the time with the personalities I photograph and the gratifying part is hearing their story and capturing the moment in time.
My work has been recognized in the creative industry’s leading publications: Art Director’s Club of New York Annual, the Communication Arts Design Annual, and SPOTS competition.
I often use older film cameras including an 11×14 ultra large format Burke & James, 8×10 and 4×5 pinhole cameras, and a beautiful Pentax 67. My recent favorite is a 1960’s era Polaroid Land camera converted into a 4×5 rangefinder. I live, work and play in Richmond, Virginia with my lovely and very understanding wife, two daughters and son.
Some like to take the easy road, others prefer the path less travelled. I am a fan of the latter – I thrive on challenge, detail, and problem solving. It’s that passion that makes me crave the right shot, right set, and most mouth-watering styling. Food photography is not a simple path from idea to execution – it’s an exploration and often a collaboration. When I first began to explore this type of work I knew it would make for an epic creative journey from my first attempts at lighting, to the way I continue to push myself creatively today. I am always exploring and I don’t think I’ll ever stop learning.
When I’m not in the kitchen or the studio you’ll find me happily collecting my share of sand and dirt out on the mountain bike trails in Central Florida. To me there is no better feeling than the rush you get from a job well done…except maybe the rush of rolling along a beautifully flowing trail with some happy jumps and berms in a beautiful wooded setting.
Michael’s work reflects his view towards life: have fun, be colorful, and bring tons of energy. His goal is to convey and produce vibrant images that feel like being invited to a party, capturing moments that people want to be a part of.
Michael also loves working with people. He’s had wonderful experiences with his existing clients who have allowed him to be authentic and always welcomes the opportunity to meet and work with new people.
Corporate, event and editorial photographer, with 7 years of professional photography experience, based in Geneva, Switzerland.
I’m no stranger in corporate world as I had spent 15 years on financial and accounting positions.
As a photographer I’m fascinated with emotions, colors, movement and straight compositions.
If you are modern, upbeat and experiential company, we probably have a lot in common.
So, why not to meet and maybe work together?
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…
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.
It all starts with my grandfather, a Cuban publicist.
From my childhood, from his hand I began my journey through the world of the visual; Photo after photo, logo after logo, I had my first approaches with the textures, shapes and colors that define my work today.
In my youth, while studying BANG Advertising! I discovered cameras and photography and decided to dedicate life and senses to them.
I traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, I studied photography and then I worked in the United States as an assistant to different photographers, expanding my technical skills and my vision, in a mixture of experience, passion, knowledge and the definition of my own style.
I work as a photographer for music bands, magazine publishers and advertising campaigns, always reflecting my personal style and a special interest in highlighting the details, trying to see beyond what a single image reflects.
Dag Larson Photography is a group of creatives first and foremost. The drive to invoke an emotion is always our main objective.
Together, we are uniquely gifted problem solvers. Each of us brings experience and know-how to the shoot that allows peace of mind for our clients.
We come together as a team, to create stories that turn ideas into powerful images, engaging videos, & dynamic gifs.
We work tirelessly to create an untapped style that will set your brand apart from the competition and from a world of rinse-and-repeat ideas.
We are mobile and tactile—expertly shooting everywhere from windswept peaks to pristine studio back-drops and all places in between.
We excel at working with passionate creatives—bringing to life outside-of-the-box thinking, landing far-fetched concepts, and appeasing appetites that exceed our clients’ budgets.
The challenge is always worth chasing. The photo is always worth a thousand words.
Erich Saide is an award-winning photographer whose clients come back to him time and time again for his crisp, highly polished imagery. From soft and sensual to edgy and dramatic, his stylized, cleanly executed photos use incredible lighting to capture a diverse range of moods. After more than 19 years in the business, Erich’s body of work spans an impressive breadth of styles and industries. Winner of the Communication Arts 58th Photography Annual Competition and his work has also graced the pages of Elle Canada, and is the recipient of the L’Oreal Colour Trophy. Born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Vancouver, BC, Canada Erich’s passion for photography led him to study commercial photography at Langara College before embarking on a career in music, fashion, commercial and advertising photography, both locally and abroad.
The studio is located in Vancouver’s historic Gastown district. Highly motivated, energetic and full of passion for his craft, whether it’s in the studio, on location, or by the side of a film set, Erich is happiest when he’s creating powerful and dynamic images.
Evaan Kheraj is a New York and Vancouver based photographer & director whose work spans commercial, editorial and fine art. Evaan’s work is informed by a respect and understanding of the craft of image-making. His visually striking photographs have a distinct style and aesthetic consistency whether he is shooting fashion, portraiture, landscape or still life.
Fernando Decillis is an Atlanta-based photographer specializing in advertising and documentary projects. Fernando was born in Montevideo, Uruguay to a teenage seamstress and an airport ramp agent. He spent his childhood roaming his town, Shangri La, asking local fisherman for advice and riding through Uruguay’s flat country roads as one of four passengers on his dad’s moped.
In an effort to escape Uruguay’s military dictatorship, the Decillis family set out for the United States. At ten years old, speaking no English, Fernando attended public school in what is known today as the Dekalb International Corridor of Atlanta, or Buford Highway.
His love of fútbol was his path to making friends with other immigrant children from all over the globe, who were simultaneously assimilating to life in the U.S.
Fernando quickly learned to rely on nonverbal communication to foster a sense of oneness on the field with teammates who all spoke different languages.
Fernando translates this skillset fluidly to photograph people from all walks of life, from world leaders to celebrities to local farmers. His award-winning photography teases a humanistic beauty out of everyday situations.
Inti St. Clair is a lifestyle photographer. Hire her.
You’ll have a blast working with her—it’s hard not to when you’re
around her positive energy and infectious laugh.
You’ll get all the shots you need, plus many more that you didn’t
even know you wanted.
Want to get to know Inti better?
• Ask about life in a teepee.
• Ask about flying shotgun with the Blue Angels.
• Ask about the countries she’s explored (55 & counting).
• Ask about sheep shearing.
• Ask about the shoot that resulted in wedding bells & babies.
• Ask why her Boston Cream Pie is…infamous.
• Ask about swimming with sharks.
Colin Lenton has spent the last decade with one of the best jobs in the world. Each day brings new and interesting people to photograph and the challenge of making the best photo in any given situation. Colin lives in the East Passyunk neighborhood of Philadelphia, just a block away from his studio at the Bok Building. Colin is comfortable on large and small productions, from startup businesses and non profits, to Fortune 100 companies and some of the world’s largest agencies. He enjoys working in his backyard, but also travels well. Colin welcomes any assignments in warmer climates between January-March.
I live in Washington, DC, with my reporter wife; son, Cillian; and daughter, Orla. You might catch a glimpse of them here.
Back in the day, I studied photojournalism at the University of Missouri and worked for some newspapers. Now, I mostly work
for magazine, corporate, advertising and non-profit clients.
And when I’m not working at making images, I’m probably working over the stove, grill and/or tending bar for friends.