Based in West Tisbury, Massachusetts
Elizabeth Cecil is a professional photographer. Whether she is shooting food, lifestyle or travel, her work is inspired by light, color, and her natural surroundings. Elizabeth aims to capture visual authenticity and poetry in everything she photographs. Her work has appeared in Bon Appetit, Saveur, Coastal Living and The Wall Street Journal. She is a contributing photographer and the founding photo editor of Edible Vineyard. When she’s not making pictures, you can find her out catching waves with her husband or in the kitchen baking a pie. Elizabeth lives on the island of Martha’s Vineyard except when she boards the ferry or hops on a plane to travel for work.
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.
Michael Hanson is an Oregon-based photographer/filmmaker. Michael’s photography career began while playing professional baseball in the Atlanta Braves Organization. His in-depth storytelling work has taken him around the world for clients such as The New York Times, Washington Post, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Apple, and Starbucks. His fine art work remains in the Sir Elton John Permanent Collection. Michael teaches as a Nat Geo Expert on NG Expeditions.
Jason Elias is a photographer and director who lives in Venice, CA, with his wife Jessica, their son Arlo and their little dog Linus. Jason’s stills work focuses on Advertising, Portraits, Key Art, and Travel.
He originally came from the commercial film business, and those years on set have recently led back to his directing career. Over the past few years, Jason has made a documentary film, come close to investing in a Moroccan Kasbah, and scuba-dived off the coast of East Africa in Zanzibar.
He has traveled to roughly 25 countries (including India four times) and still dreams of flying to Mozambique, Mongolia, and Indonesia.
Being married to a mid-westerner, he has come to like Fargo (good pretzels) and is also the father of an amazing two-and-half-year-old son Arlo, so please be patient as he didn’t get much sleep last night.
Jason is a full-time Buddhist and an occasional cocktailer.
Based in Charleston, South Carolina
Born in South Carolina, schooled in Tennessee, desk job designing magazines in Los Angeles, take lots of pictures, move back to South Carolina, take lots more pictures, travel, drink beer, ride bikes, work hard, be happy.
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…
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.
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.
Based in Missoula, Montana
Rebecca Stumpf is a full-time editorial photographer specializing in travel, portraiture and documentary photography. Her passion in telling visual stories lies in understanding the connection between people and nature – how they are inspired by it and the greater world around them; how they work with it; how they connect with it; how they experience it; and the creative space between the two.
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.
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.
Enno was born in 1969 and grew up both in Tokyo/Japan and Munich/Germany. He studied photography at the Fachakademie für Fotodesign in Munich. Since 1996 he has been working as a freelance photographer with the main subjects portraits, reportage, corporate and travel. His work is published in magazines, online, in and as books and in exhibitions. And sometimes wins or is shortlisted for awards as well. Enno is well traveled and brings with him the experience of two decades of professional photography with a broad range of assignments, free projects and topics as celebrity portraits, social issues, corporate stories and reports about our ever changing world.
He speaks german, english and japanese. Enno lives with his family in Munich/Germany.
Based in Istanbul, Turkey
Arabic, English, French, German, Turkish
I’m an independent photojournalist, based in Istanbul, Turkey since 2012.
My personal work often focuses on themes of identity, migration, social and political actions, and the ramifications of those for individuals. I regularly cover stories about how identity shapes lives in challenging and unexpected ways, particularly within sexual and ethnic minority groups.
My ongoing long-term project Kütmaan (started in 2010) tells the stories of LGBTQ asylum seekers, refugees and IDPs in and from the Middle East, forced to flee for reasons connected with their sexuality and/or gender identity.
I regularly work with a range of international newspapers, magazines, NGOs, and corporate assignments.
Based in Hong Kong, China
German, Thai, English
I’m a seeker. I crave new experiences because I believe each new language we hear, new friends we make, or new mountain we look down from offers a greater understanding of the world around us. The world is a complicated place, and we need a complex vision to match.
And so with each new shoot that I do, I bring a seekers eye, a longing to connect, a desire to try a new thing and to see not just the visible but the incorporeal as well: the enthralled musician, the athlete inflow, the confidence and verve of the fashionista, or the concern of the kind-hearted. People and places around us can inform and inspire us with their wonder to see the world more richly. I like to share that.
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.
Based in West Leederville, Australia
Mark Lehn launched his career in 2006, with an initial focus on documentary photography. His interest in photography stems from his love of travel and adventure, and as a means to create a narrative through imagery.
From photographing projects in the remote regions of Mozambique to local tribes in South-East Asia, Mark’s wide scope covers commercial and editorial clients from around the world and his images have been featured in national and international publications and exhibitions.
Born in Vancouver, Canada, Mark is currently based out of Brisbane, Australia.
Sandy Noto is a food and travel photographer. Her specialities include pantomiming to order delicious meals abroad, finding the cutest pastry shop in any city and inviting herself over to your next dinner party. She is particularly proud to have photographed 256 restaurants and counting without any major mishaps, just a few creative messes. Her style is bright, energetic and happy. When she’s not writing about herself in third person or working as a photographer, Sandy can generally be found at home in Chicago baking or hanging out with her pets and husband, Eli.
Her work has appeared in Food & Wine, The Wall St. Journal and Chicago Tribune and she’s worked with broad range of food and travel focused brands. She’s partial to any assignments with a collaborative component or an opportunity to travel.
Based in Rome, Italy
English, Italian, Spanish
I have been a professional photographer since 2010. My professional experience as photographer started after completing university studies in environmental enginear. My work concerns interior photography, editorials, portrait and reportage.Since 2015 I have started a collaboration with Oyster.com, a Tripadvisor company, regarding hotels and cruise ships photography. I have been also working with Save The Children Italia and SOS bambini since 2018. I collaborate with platforms regarding travel and lifestyle photography such as Booking.com and Shoot My Travel. My photos have been published in The New York Times, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine, Internazionale Magazine, SNC Magazine, Monocle and in several Italian web magazines.
I’m Andrew, but most people just call me Andy. I am a professional commercial and editorial photographer based in Japan. Though based in Tokyo, I am available for editorial, commercial, portrait, documentary, and travel photography assignments worldwide. Whether you are in need of lifestyle photography for a major hotel brand or reportage from remote lands, I’m ready to tackle any project you have in the pipeline. My work is frequently featured in a variety of international publications and used by some of the world’s leading brands. I don’t solely identify as a photographer. I am also a father, husband, creek hopper, lover of fried food, and a decent human being.
I am a commercial lifestyle and editorial photographer with roots in family photojournalism. My work best serves brands who want to help people aspire to collect moments rather than things: experiential activities, family-friendly services, artisans, museums, education, minimalistic living, agrotourism, family travel, social documentary work, and visual ethnographies.
Based in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Creative director, graphic artist and photographer
With over 20 years of marketing and advertising experience, had contributed to the local sucess of some of the most important brands in the world.
Including Coca Cola, Nestle, Gillette, Verizon, Dewar’s, Nissan, Shell, Duracell, Grey Goose, Heinz, Stoli, KFC, TGI Friday’s, Diageo, Pizza Hut, Jack Daniel’s, among other not less important local brands with an award-winning creative insight and attention to detail.
A strategic thinker, a problem solver, an honest team leader and a true perfectionist, that had assembled a team of creative professionals that reflect his personal passion towards communication and marketing to facilitate brands to achieve it’s goals.
This kind of respect for the work assures that nothing but the best solutions leave the agency’s hands.
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.
Jennifer Chase is a food, travel and lifestyle photographer and creative director based out of Washington, DC. Jennifer first learned to cook with one pot, a spoon, an open fire, and a village full of teachers, while a peace corps volunteer in West Africa . Her travels and her curiosity about culture, ritual and the ways we connect around food have informed her food photography and food styling. Her rich, modern visual style connects food producers and consumers through visual narratives that encourage exploration and enjoyment. An inviting sense of ease and imagination encourage clients and enthusiasts alike to join in the journey.
"I like the unusual, the moment just before the ‘perfect picture’ and the beauty in reality."
I still have the first photograph I ever took on my mood board: a Polaroid of my mother, father, and dog. I took it at the age of three after my parents handed me the camera because they were tired of never seeing themselves in the family photo albums.
From there, I became obsessed with capturing visual memories, setting up shoots with my friends in a make-shift studio (a sheet and some props), and devouring my mother’s old LIFE magazines for inspiration.
After many years (and jazz music school), I started getting hired for portrait sessions and documenting the lives of others, and I realized that what had been my hobby and passion could actually be my profession.
So thirteen years later, I’ve never looked back. I’ve been fortunate to work among many talented professionals in the industry and to see my work in The New York Times and publications like Dwell and GQ. I love peeking into the lives of others and capturing it all in an intimate, genuine, and creative way.