Based in Zürich, Switzerland
Dutch, English, German
Frederik van den Berg is a commercial and editorial photographer with a focus on Alpine environments. He works with regional and international clients in tourism, sports, interiors, food and travel. He’s passionate about fresh air and snow-covered mountains, and is developing environmental observations and projects about disappearing landscapes, as well as the people who live with- or from -the resources found within.
Frederik’s images have been published in The Financial Times, SCIENCE, Bergwelten Magazine, Das Ideale Heim, Virtuoso, The Observer, and more.
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.
There is nothing that makes me happier than being in a creative, collaborative & professional environment. I have studied as a director, cinematographer, photographer, graphic designer & painter. I love art and the entirety of the creative process, which is why I have dedicated my life to it.
Based in Amsterdam, Netherlands
J Filipe Wiens has been photographing professionally for over 10 years. His work has taken him around the world and has been featured in advertising campaigns for various companies such as Marriott International – Starwood Hotels – Kempinski Hotels – Hilton Worldwide – Hyatt Hotels Corporation- Fairmont Hotels & Resorts – Swissôtel and CBS Studios to name just a few.
Tom is renowned for capturing epic scenes and injecting a structured beauty into everything he sees. His focus, stellar work ethic and love of working with people enable him to create the right mood to always find the winning shot.
He has worked in nearly 90 countries, experiences which have given him the versatility to operate in any environment whether shooting with a large team for the world’s top hospitality brands or erupting volcanos from a helicopter in Congo.
Tom grew up in the rural Cotswolds which fuelled an early appetite for the outdoors and honed his strong visual aesthetic.
His natural curiosity and sense of adventure soon took him abroad – living in Nepal, Sri Lanka and India throughout the 2000s. When he’s not thinking about photography and which airport he needs to head to next, Tom can usually be found on a tennis court or talking late into the night with friends. He considers his spiritual home the Lake District, where he spent many happy years exploring as a child and whose big landscapes still inspire him.
Tom’s clients include One and Only Resorts, Taj Group, Sainsbury’s, Open Table, TUI, Vogue, Burberry, Unilever, SAB Miller, Bacardi, G4S, The Arts Club, Porter Magazine, Conde Nast Traveller, Departures, Travel and Leisure, Architectural Digest, House and Garden, INK Global.
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.
Zachary Bako is an American photographer and experimental filmmaker based in Shanghai + Cleveland, Ohio. After receiving his B.S. in Business + M.A in Studio Photography at Case Western Reserve University in conjunction with the Cleveland Institute of Art, Bako moved to New York and began his photography career in the fashion and fine art industries. His range of media developed further during a four-year stint in Beijing where he cultivated his reportage work, winning American Photography three years in a row. In a subsequent three-year stretch in Los Angeles, Bako explored filmmaking and experimental light design. Splitting time between Shanghai and the Midwest, he brings his honed multidisciplinary techniques into his film and still productions.
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.
Hi, I’m Pete.
I am a photographer based in Melbourne, Australia.
A love for story telling, being constantly curious and always searching for the next adventure has lead me to shoot for various editorial and advertising clients both in Australia and internationally.
My work focuses heavily on photographing people and crosses over to the lifestyle areas of travel, food and interiors.
I am equally comfortable photographing in a tiny town in Eastern Europe as I am directing large-scale advertising shoots.
I’d love to hear from you, please get in touch.
Based in Donostia, Spain
English, Spanish, Basque, French
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.
Hi. I’m Julia. For as long as I can remember, I’ve told stories through images, from my childhood in Vermont, through college at Smith, where I majored in art history, and beyond. My extensive photography education includes stints at the SALT Center for Documentary Studies, attendance at the prestigious Eddie Adams workshop, and Review Santa Fe at Center. My career in photography began with Literacy Through Photography at the Center for Documentary Studies, after which I landed a job as assistant photo editor at Outside Magazine. For more than a decade I worked in magazines; following Outside I served as photo editor for Skiing and Backpacker. In 2011, I became a full time photographer, and my clientele ranges from Vegetarian Times to US Potato Board.
I am a London based freelance photographer specialising in location photography, hospitality and travel features.
My work has appeared in leading publications including National Geographic Traveller, GEO France, the Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Conde Nast Traveller, Virtuoso Life, Wanderlust, Lonely Planet, Travel + Leisure, Insight Guides, CSMA Club Boundless, United Airlines Hemispheres, BA Highlife and Singapore Airlines Priority magazine, amongst others.
Commercial clients include Belmond (Orient Express), P&O Cruises, Pernod-Ricard, Hyatt Regency Hotels, Camel Valley Vineyards, Dorchester Spa, Highgrove, Linden Homes, Windett Design, Visualux Hong Kong, WeAreInPuglia and various international tourist boards.
My pictures reflect my fascination with the people, places and cultures of the world, and my ability to empathise with people from all backgrounds helps add a warmth and intimacy to my work.
I am available for editorial assignments and commercial commissions. Please get in touch to discuss your project!
Photographer, New Jersey native, and famed omnivore, Scott Suchman has lived and worked in Washington, DC for over 30 years. He is a graduate of The University of Maryland at College Park and specializes in food, travel and portrait photography. Scott is a contributing photographer to Washingtonian Magazine and has worked on assignment for Bon Appetit, The Washington Post Magazine, Forbes, Barron’s, Popular Mechanics, Politco, Southern Living, Garden & Gun, and Wine Enthusiast, among many, many others. He has photographed cookbooks for National Geographic Books, Smithsonian Books, and Ten Speed Press.
Born in Toronto / Had a bowl haircut at 10 years old and a mullet in high school / Graduated from York University with a degree in Film & Photography / Heard about a US Immigration Green Card lottery / Entered the Green Card lottery / Won a Green Card / Moved to Phoenix / Got married / Had a son / Bought a dog / Received a couple of photography awards / Still plays hockey twice a week / And still listens to Rush
I’M OK WITH:
The Maple Leafs on Hockey Night in Canada / Arizona winters / Plaid shirts / Living in Phoenix but leaving town / Hank 3 / Direct flights / Hitting the road without a plan / Tim Horton’s Coffee / Dave Attell / NYC / My Nexus card / Kraftwerk / David Lynch / Dio / Joel-Peter Witkin / Vinyl LP’s / TED.com / Motörhead / Ultimate Ears / SCTV / Shazam ( the app not the TV show ) / Warrior Hockey sticks / Zeiss glass / Richard H. Kirk / Phil Hendrie / Schwartz’s in Montreal / WireTap on CBC / Bob Mould / Not shaving / Being in focus / BBC documentaries / Brian Eno’s Music for Airports
Stefan Fuertbauer, a Vienna-based freelance photographer working in the areas of portraiture, reportage, travel, and food for editorial, corporate, and advertising.
Frequent appearance in international and national publications, magazines, newspapers, corporate media, and advertising campaigns.
Free work featured in ESQUIRE, feature shoot, iGNANT, and Photography Served.
Born in 1976 and raised in Upper Austria. Lives and works in Vienna since 1997. The self-taught photographer started to take pictures in early childhood when his father passed down a 35mm film camera to him.
Based in Portland, Oregon
English, Portuguese, Spanish
I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and raised by a widowed mother (Dad died when I was 8), with two other sisters, in a small town in a region called Ribeira Valley. I left home at the age of 15 searching for a better life. At the age of 22, I decided to move to the USA to further my education and improve myself as a human being.
I have won several awards as a photographer. My work has been exhibited at a few museums, it has been published in a handful of magazines, and used by quite a few brands ads. However, I don’t think that defines who I am.
I have won several awards as a photographer and my work has been published in a handful of magazines, however, I don’t think that defines who I am. What defines me is the fact that I am a hopeless believer in kindness, no matter how warped today’s world appears. I am also a failed-by-never-trying comedian, and dream of having a French Bulldog—they automatically trigger my “talking-to-a-baby” voice whenever I see one.
I also love watching movies while dissecting the light set up and color grading used in those movies.
Footb… alright, Americans… Soccer is a passion!
[Go Timbers!/ “Santos Sempre Santos.”]
Based in Tirana, Albania
English, Albanian, German, Spanish
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.
Jayme Burrows is a commercial and editorial photographer based out of Los Angeles, California. She is a foodie and a traveler. Jayme studied first at the University of California at Santa Barbara earning her B.A. in Art History and History. She then went on to study Visual Journalism at the Brooks Institute and eventually earned her MFA in Photography from Brooks as well. It is her training in fine art and journalism that still influence her commercial work today.
Tim Gerard Barker is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker based in Vietnam since 2012. Tim was based in Hanoi until early 2016 when he relocated to Ho Chi Minh City. He has extensive experience working throughout Asia and he is available for assignments worldwide. Tim has experience working on a wide range of photography and videography projects including: travel, documentary, portraiture, hospitality, corporate and industrial. Tim’s desire to explore the world and to understand different cultures drives his work. His images capture real people and real places with a colourful, graphic style. Tim’s travel imagery is represented by the Lonely Planet Images collection at Getty Images, for commercial work he is represented by NOI Pictures and Studio @ Getty Images and he is also on the roster at Wonderful Machine. Tim’s work has garnered numerous awards over the years, with citations in the International Photography Awards, Australia’s Top Photographers and Travel Photographer of the Year.
Zacharias Abubeker is an Ethiopian American photographer and videographer currently living in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and working throughout the region. He obtained his Bachelor in Fine Arts in Photography from Columbia College Chicago. He is available for assignments in editorial, travel and corporate. He has covered topics ranging from Business and Development, Agriculture, The South Sudan conflict, Healthcare in East Africa, as well as many more.
Hello. My name is Bobby.
I’m a photographer, filmmaker and writer with a focus on Africa’s wildlife, wild-lands, and people.
I’ve worked with major brands, fantastic NGOs, and publications from the Philippines to the Middle East, to Mexico and beyond. I’m based in Nairobi, Kenya and am available for assignments worldwide.
I believe story, at its core, is able to build bridges across global gaps of distance, culture and socio-economic status. By being connected to the stories of others, we are reminded that we all have a story, that we all share in the common threads of humanity no matter where we come from.
Cayla Zahoran, a New York City food & beverage photographer, specializes in not only photographing food but eating it too. While working as a photo editor at Edible Allegheny and WHIRL Magazine (Pittsburgh, PA), her passion for local food & culture first began. Looking to broaden her palette, Cayla transplanted to New York City. Cayla’s creativity in the photography world is driven by her love of cooking, traveling, and the art of playing with her food. She also prides herself on being able to make the perfect Moscow Mule.