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.
Born and raised in East Germany I now enjoy travelling around the globe for my clients, magazines and agencies, capturing portraits of politicians, CEOs, artists, workers and all other kinds of interesting people.
Currently based in Sweden and raised on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, I’ve always had a strong desire to see the world. Having the opportunity to accompany my family on various trips, I was able to appreciate the ways in which people live. These experiences inspired and developed my fascination to seek out diverse cultures.
After a year of traveling in Australia 2016, I loaded up my camera gear and set out on a trip around the world. This trip originally inspired me to pursue photography and cinematography as a career. Four years and 40 countries later, I look back and am grateful for my experiences.
Documenting my travel allows me to capture moments that I can relive at another time. Through the medium of culture, nature, and adventure, my goal is to tell stories that inspire others. While working with brands I carry on these same values. My mission is to tell their story in a way that captivates their audience and creates action.
I’m a corporate and editorial photographer, based in Essen, Germany. This is what I do: Shoot portraits of all kinds of people in offices, factories, on ships, in operation rooms, and wherever an assignment takes me. I get to see a lot of different people and places and I love it. Sometimes, I do travel photography too and get my share of fresh air. I like to compose my pictures thoroughly. My experience as a freelance photographer now counts 16 years. I work for magazines. agencies, and companies.
I am an advertising lifestyle, portraiture, and editorial photographer based out of Vancouver, Canada. I fancy dramatic lighting resulting in strong, moody portraiture with a heightened sense of reality. I am a sucker for good storytelling, and I use photography as a vehicle to tell stories that are important to me or my clients.
When I’m not shooting commercial work I can be found hiking, driving, or flying to photograph some of the world’s most beautiful sceneries.
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.
Anya is a commercial and editorial photographer with a talent for capturing decisive moments, subtle human emotions and great physical energy. Her lighting is vivid and painterly. Her compositions are cinematic and often documentary-like.
1970 … born in Vienna
1988 … studied law in order to become a diplomat
1993 … found out that there were less pompous ways to get to know the world and became a journalist instead
2002 … decided that there were still other ways to get to know the world, went to Vancouver and studied photography
since 2004 … taking pictures
since 2008 … represented by laif
Janelle Bendycki is a lifestyle and advertising photographer whose love of art and visual storytelling has led to a career of bringing narratives to life for her clients. Blurring the line between studio and location to show the natural beauty of daylight on her subjects, her work has appeared in publications, galleries and many recognizable national ad campaigns for clients big and small.
Midwest-born and Brooklyn-based, Janelle finds inspiration in the magic of the everyday, from dancing morning sunlight to a good cup of tea. She is available for projects in New York and beyond.
Victoria Wall Harris is a commercial and editorial photographer and director, who’s favorite projects are those that combine stills and motion. Not bound by genre, her creative approach gives clients a way to tell their full brand story in a positive and truly cohesive style.
She studied photography at the College of Charleston in South Carolina and from there moved to NYC to pursue her career. She worked as an assistant and digital tech for some of the industry’s top photographers and learned the ropes of full scale photo and motion production while honing her own creative skills and building a diverse client roster.
After seven years in Brooklyn’s WIlliamsburg, Victoria relocated to LA in 2012 where she launched her own business full time. In 2017, she opened a daylight photo studio in LA’s Eagle Rock called Hilltop Studios.
Lucy is a Chicago based portrait, food and lifestyle photographer. Her thoughtful compositions, documentary approach and bold use of color result in artful storytelling across all subjects.
Recently her work was included in American Photography 35 and 36. In 2018 She was selected as one of The Lit List’s 30 under the radar photographers and received a Communications Arts award for Advertising photography.
When not taking photos, she’s often at her studio or snacking out and about in Logan Square. She deeply appreciates a good cup of coffee and would love to read your tarot cards.
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.
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.
Tai Power Seeff grew up in Los Angeles, CA, and at age 17 moved to New York City where she studied Photography, Anthropology, and Cinematography at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Photojournalist Angel Franco of the New York Times was one of her first mentors at NYU, and after graduating from university she became the first assistant to fashion photographer Todd Marshard. She has since had the privilege of working with such photo luminaries as Steve McCurry and Dana Gluckstein.
With family hailing primarily from Mexico, Italy, and South Africa, she has traveled the world from an early age, and has lived in Rome, Italy; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Cape Town, South Africa; and Chiang Mai, Thailand. This international experience, coupled with the creative influence of her father, photographer/filmmaker Norman Seeff, has inspired her own career as a travel and portrait photographer.
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.
I’m Nicole Loeb, and I am a Boston lifestyle photographer, telling vibrant and joyful stories for commercial brands.
I was a curious kid – also extremely quirky. I always had either a paintbrush or a camera in hand. It was a constant obsession – chasing light and capturing fleeting moments.
Photography has taught me to be an efficient problem solver, open-minded, and extremely resourceful. I’ve hunted with the Hadzabe bushmen tribe in Tanzania and trekked the world’s largest cave in the world for a week.
Eleven years ago, I left a corporate life to embark on photography as a career. My previous life in management consulting has me addicted to excel and thinking in bullet points. Some things never change.
You can usually find me with my Siberian Husky, Sledder, on the search for really good sushi, or in an airport lounge.
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.
Martin Dyrlov´s work is characterised by keeping the motif in focus with clean photos, well balanced both in colour and composition.
Whether it´s a food shoot, landscape, lifestyle or portrait it´s the natural daylight "look" thats important to achieve. Born in Bangkok, living both in Asia and Europe he picked up his camera at the age of 13.
In Thailand he walked around the streets of Bangkok, photographing monks, temples, and food markets, for the postcard industry, and editorial travel essays.
After graduation high school in Bangkok in 1989, he travelled around South East Asia, then returned to Denmark to get an education in the photography business. Four years later, after working for leading photographers in Denmark, Martin established his own studio in Copenhagen, at the age of 24. Martin currently works for advertising, editorial and book publishing, which enables him to be very flexible in styles and looks.
Martin is newly based in Copenhagen center harbour area, where his lightning style is influenced by his daylight studio.
I am a documentary, travel and portrait photographer and videographer, and work for organizations and publications in the US and abroad. I currently reside in Hamburg. Germany, and travel stateside twice a year for work.
Sara Rubinstein is a commercial director and still photographer based in Minneapolis, MN. Her work combines elements of authenticity, emotional range, beauty and candor. Sara graduated from Carleton College in 1998 with a degree in Biology and a minor in German. It took a 6 month stint as a computer programmer before Sara found photography, starting off as a photo assistant until transitioning to full time shooting in 2002. Over 20 years as a still photographer led to directing motion pieces focusing on authentic emotion and story. Sara believes personal work inspires both her humanity and her commercial endeavors. Her passions include photography, riding horses, travel to remote landscapes, camping with her family in their VW Campervan, and she hopes to one day publish a collection of short stories.
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.
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).
In both my personal and commercial projects, What interests me stays the same- convey stories, breathe life into concepts and externalize emotions through conceptual and sometimes surreal images.
I do commercial photography for Ad agencies, magazines, brands, artists and private companies.
In my personal project, “The Surrealistic Pillow,” I fuse the real with the surreal, creating dream-inspired tableaus from images of my imagination.
The series is a result of a ten year quest to catalog these fragments, it’s been featured in art fairs and exhibitions around the world, including London, Brussels, Spain and Germany.
These images are created using careful camera work, computer editing and intricately layered individual components.