Since 2004 Richard Boll has been carrying out creative editorial and commercial photography assignments in London and internationally. Equally adept at working in a studio or on location, he works in the fields of still life, portrait and lifestyle photography.
Richard graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in Photography from the Edinburgh College of Art in 1999, and gained an MA with distinction from the University of Brighton in 2016.
Based in New York, New York
Photographer + Traveler + Pie Baker
Mark was raised in Pennsylvania and Utah. His love of photography began at the age of ten when he saved up enough money to buy a 35mm Pentax. He took it everywhere. However, it wasn’t until part way through his college education at Brigham Young University that he discovered that he could turn his passion into a career. He dropped the chemistry half of his double major to focus on finishing his degree in photography. He loves to travel and has taken his camera to thirty-one countries.
Mark, his wife Liz, and their two boys live in New York City where they have baked over 300 pies in their tiny kitchen.
The beauty of life is its different qualities of light, texture, and harmonious imbalance. Capturing this is what most inspires me as a photographer.
I see the world through the conscious and subconscious flavors and aromas of my childhood memories. A childhood that included my earliest years living in Guatemala, then moving through 36 states in an old-beater Mercedes van with my family, a few months in Thailand, and eventually landing in Florida as a teenager. Throughout my life, I was surrounded by delicious meals, rich cultures, and vibrant experiences, which were all nurtured by my parents and have affected my ability to find beauty anywhere.
I left home at 19 to start my own journey, which took me to New York, , Germany, France, and finally California. The first part of my career was spent as a personal chef, which eventually led me to attend The Academy of Art University for photography. From there I was staff photographer at Munchery, one of the first food startups in the US where I built and managed a photography team of five photographers in four states. I was the marketing photographer for Good Eggs, a tech based food startup in Silicon Valley. I’ve since freelanced for a variety of brands like Postmates, Udemy, and Brandless, editorials like Martha Stewart Living, National Geographic Magazine, Healthyish, and established companies like Jello and Avocado of Mexico. Clearly my first love is food photography, but thanks to my vagabond upbringing, I’m easily able to capture the storytelling of lifestyle + travel that any client needs.
Derek Israelsen is a Utah-based commercial photographer with an emphasis on Product, Lifestyle, and Editorial Photography. Derek’s attention to detail and ability to shape/ manipulate natural light allows him to create exceptional imagery for products, portraits, and commercials. It was Derek’s talent and eye that got him into business, but it is his consistent quality that has kept him in business for over 18 years.
Although based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Derek is well-traveled. Some of his favorite places include the Dominican Republic, Prague, Salzburg, Oahu, the Black Forest, and flying around the skies!
Based in Mexico City, Mexico
I was born curious and, forced into patience by my parents, I became fairly observant. In a day gone by, I grabbed a camera. Now I suspect that every photograph I have made –and will make, for that matter– is a piece of a colossal puzzle that I expect to complete in no immediate future.
That is why I take photography so seriously; to portray with a sense of humor the paradigms that the human condition presents, i.e., life’s greatest secret.
It is all just one big joke.
Just like his jocular ocular tenor hates overblown speaking, Rodrigo declares himself a fan of irony and a solemn adversary of speaking in the third person.
Bobbi Lin is a New York and Los Angeles based photographer. Born in the far east, raised in the wild west, Lin grew up on uni, Taco Bell, and everything in between. While studying photography at Parsons Paris, Lin fell in love with being behind the camera, "a film camera around your neck is like a backstage pass to cloistered places and peoples". Lin began her career as an editor and product developer at Martha Stewart Living, later moving on to freelance life as a set designer + prop stylist. Now she shoots food and still life for national and international brands, and travels on assignment in search of food and "real" life.
Editorial & Commercial Food Photographer | Stylist & Recipe Developer | Gorgeous kitchen & prop-filled studio in sunny LA!
Please see my website for portfolio + case studies: https://danielagersonphotography.com
Based in Los Angeles, California
I’m a commercial food, beverage, and product photographer living, mostly, but also working in Los Angeles. Born and raised in Phoenix (and still down to drive 6 hours through the desert to shoot there now and again). My background is in journalism and I graduated from ASU’s Walter Cronkite school in 2014 (so now you can probably figure out how old I am). Still down to do some journalism here and there, too.
To contact me, feel free to follow along at Instagram, or email me directly at [email protected]
Since I’m known to photograph a lot of drinks, this is where I say "Cheers!"
Based in Geneva, Switzerland
Geneva based Photographer, Aurélien Bergot is specializing in corporate, food, hospitality, products and portraiture photography. Aurélien will assist you in the realization of visual content to tell your story and express your concerns.
Gritty, intimate, honest photography casting light on the unique characters and stories that are shaping our future. Bringing life experience from global travels to military service, award winning photographer Tom Kubik evokes the infallible beauty of real human connection through lifestyle and portrait photography.
Based in Rancho Palos Verdes, California
Patrick was born in Nuremberg, Germany and grew up in a small town in Franconia. He studied photography and design at the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences (FH Bielefeld), where he subsequently graduated.
In 2011 he exchanged the urban setting of Berlin, where he lived and worked for several years, for the sunny beaches of Los Angeles, where he is currently based.
Patrick loves working with real people in their natural surroundings and stages them in an authentic way. His conceptual still life work often encompasses a humorous commentary. He is the happiest when he is in the midst of creating a new series of images and enjoys every part of the process, from conception to execution.
At the Texas House of Representatives he worked on an ongoing documentary project photographing lawmakers during the legislative session. He soon amassed a brilliant catalog of images that were created on a work-for-hire basis and can never be published by him for money. This marked the last time he would ever be paid to shoot 35mm available light with nothing but a Leica and a bag of Tri-X. At the Texas Department of Public Safety he traveled the state for six years as a Forensic Photographer. There he amassed a brilliant catalog of images he would rather not think too hard about. His work with blood spatter patterns has been called "adequate" by several DNA and Trace Evidence analysts. He subsequently worked for renowned photographer Dan Winters, who put him to work as his assistant for several years. Sequestered in Driftwood, Texas, under Winters’ tutelage, Jeff developed his photographic skills, a strong work ethic and a penchant for Red Wings.
Mo has been producing iconic photography for over the last twenty years. He started in London working for emerging clients such as Dazed and Confused and has since developed a style that has been described as “polished rawness” that can be seen from his series “Black Gold” to advertising clients such as Nike.
In the nineties his portrait work defined the urban, hip hop music and cultural scene photographing some of the pioneering legends of the genre culminating in an intimate behind the scenes documentary of Sean “P-Diddy” Combs.
Mo shoots and directs portraits, beauty and still life for advertising and editorial clients. He is based in New York City.
Anthony Lanneretonne is an interior, architecture, food & travel photographer based in Nice. He is available for assignments in France as well as worldwide. Selected Clients: Monocle, Travel & Leisure, Maisons Côté Sud, Elle Décoration, Australian Gourmet Traveler, Der Feinschmecker, Konfekt Magazine, Courier Media, Conde Nast Traveler, Express Dix, Wall Street Journal, Jamie Magazine, Casa Vogue, Wine Spectator, New York Times, Paris Match, Lufthansa Magazine, Singapore Airlines, Accor, Marriott, Casamanara, Lacoste, Diphano, Saatchi & Saatchi, Société des Bains de Mer, Marzocco Group, Hachette, Solar, Fleurus…
Commercial food and beverage photographer with formidable product photography skills who takes a mean headshot as well. I’m Nick Bumgardner. I bring thirteen years of experience to the table. I work with advertising agencies, food brokers and distributers, pr firms, restaurants, brands, and Fortune 500 Companies to create compelling visual imagery.
I started my career working in photojournalism and quickly moved into the commercial photography world. For three years I worked for Saks 5th Avenue as a Staff Photographer.
For the last three years, I have taught classes on Food Photography and Lightroom for Nossi College of Art. I have created online learning ciriculum on Adobe Lightroom for an online learning brand. I also serve as a consultant for the e-commerce industry and help brands build out photo studios that are efficient and create great content. I have recently started teaching workshops.
Nick is a partner in Seamless Matter a large scale food and product photography business.
I’m a commercial food photographer who finds beauty in even the most humble ingredients and always strives to make a food photograph as visually delicious as its real-life counterpart. My images are always fresh and compelling, and get to the heart of why we’re all so obsessed with food in the first place. As a former art director with a keen eye for layout and photo details, I work well within parameters defined by my client’s creative team or agency, but I’m just as happy to take the lead as needed, especially for my client-direct shoots.
Based in Greensboro, North Carolina
I’m interested in pursuing the art-filled, purposeful life. Photography is my medium of choice. I photograph people commercially and for personal projects. The two sometimes overlap; in fact, those are my favorite assignments.
Specialties: Portrait photography with an emphasis on conceptual narrative and lighting/post-production techniques. I’m usually working for a commercial client on ads/collateral/websites, etc. I also teach lighting and portfolio building workshops and I’m working on a couple of book projects.
Based in Beijing, China
English, French, Mandarin
Food photographer based in LA & HK via Paris and Beijing.
Before moving to France, all my journals were in Spanish. Family and friends find amusement in hearing me struggle in Italian and Portuguese. I should be able to communicate fluently in English, French, and Mandarin Chinese.
I communicate best in images. Second dearest language is food. I love to play with it. I love to light it. I love to style it. I love to eat it.
I love to travel on assignment. Anywhere.
Bryan Regan is a Raleigh, NC based commercial and editorial photographer, a photography school dropout who learned his craft assisting photographers across the country back in the days of film. Whether in his downtown studio or on location photographing people, products or places,Regan’s passion for storytelling comes through in his images. When he’s not booked, he’s out shooting personal projects and spending time with his family.
I have a passion for narrative storytelling within the world of food & beverage photography. No matter what the framework and parameters are, I strive to make fun images that pop with color and contrast.
Andrea D’Agosto is a Los Angeles food photographer. She grew up in a small town in Wisconsin working in her family’s restaurants where food presentation and family recipes sparked her interest. After attending art school in Madison Wisconsin, she moved west to Los Angeles, since then Andrea has been photographing food-related products, chefs, restaurants and cookbooks on the West Coast and beyond.