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Hello, I am Steve Boxall. I’m from the UK and happy to be a "legal-alien" in the USA. I like to say, "I’m all about capturing images of a fabulous life" and when I say that, honestly, it’s completely true. My speciality is capturing the fun in peoples daily work life. Real people in the workforce, living their best lives! Whether it’s for clients, family, other legal-aliens or simply for myself, making great images and telling stories – whilst having fun – is a challenge that inspires me every day. I thrive when taking a brief from concept to completion, capturing real moments and creating images where fashion, lifestyle and fun meet. Ask me how I spent a full day floating in Zero Gravity (hint, it’s got nothing to do with me being an alien). Take a look through my work and get in touch.
It all starts with my grandfather, a Cuban publicist. From my childhood, 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 and studied photography. I then 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.
Mary Beth Koeth was born on June 2nd, 1982 in Ohio. She’s the youngest of five kids whose names all begin with M…she’s still not sure why her parents, Mike and Marlene, thought that was a good idea. Her parents moved to Texas when she was one, and she quickly embraced the Texas uniform: cowboy boots and a slight food stain on the lower bottom corner of her shirt. She survived Catholic elementary and grade school despite the fact that she told a priest during confession that she had robbed a bank. Koeth went to an all-girls college prep where she spent the majority of her time in the darkroom sniffing hazardous chemicals and forgetting to shave her legs. She was a vegetarian for eight years…then lemon chicken happened. She spent three and a half years at Texas Tech University and a semester in Florence dreaming about hot make-out sessions in the darkroom, but came out with a Design Communication degree instead. Armed with visions of power suits and briefcases, Mary Beth moved to Kansas City to work as a designer for Hallmark Cards. She later moved overseas to further her greeting card design skills with Hallmark UK. Koeth spent her weekends traveling Europe with a camera in hand and soon realized her goal of going back to school to pursue photography seemed fathomable. She spent two and a half months in Norway assisting photographer, Nancy Bundt and observing tall, blond men. She’s also interned for Miami photographer, Sid Hoeltzell and Joe Pugliese in Los Angeles. She now lives out of two suitcases, calling Miami home.
Miami-based photographer, Sonya Revell, creates imagery that emerges from her delightful daydreams of dazzling candy colors and connects closely with complex and compelling characters. Also, she is a fan of alliteration. While she now calls Florida home, Sonya originally hails from the great state of Kentucky (can you tell from the picture?), where she attended the same high school as Muhammad Ali. Sonya considers eating ice cream a hobby and was once struck by lightning (indirectly, but it was still quite shocking). While Revell still fantasizes about running off to join the circus or perhaps becoming a race car driver, the truth is, nothing tops image making.
George’s quest for beautiful imagery allows him to create in a wide range of disciplines. Inspired by diversity and gifted with the ability to bring his various experiences into focus, he excels at perceiving and extracting answers visually, while satisfying a myriad of clients. George takes on every project with a fresh perspective, deep curiosity and a willingness to test and explore. He enjoys delighting clients with his solutions and enjoys a multidisciplinary career. In his free time, split between New York and Miami, George enjoys scuba diving and boating with his wife Sherryl, and their children Nicholas and Alexandra.
Antonio is a commercial photographer with over 20 years of experience. Most of his clients are luxury hotels and resorts, and he enjoys covering all aspects of hospitality. Those aspects include Architecture & Interiors, Lifestyle and Food & Beverage. Antonio has also ventured into video production, and he now includes videos with most of his productions. He is also a licensed drone operator. Antonio has collaborated with countless creative directors and brand marketers worldwide to bring their visions to life, whether following a marketing brief or working on innovative concepts with the client. Antonio is well known for his technical photographic skills, and for this reason, he is often invited as a panellist for several photography equipment manufacturers. And due to his extensive travel and knowledge of the industry, he is a guest judge for LTG alongside Travel Channel Tv host Anthony Melchiorri from Hotel impossible and Shane Green, host of TV show Resort Rescue. When Antonio is not travelling the world with his camera or spending time with his family, you will most likely catch him training Brazilian jiujitsu, a competitive sport he has been doing for over 20 years, and he now holds a third-degree black belt.
Hi, I’m John. I am a commercial and editorial photographer specializing in lifestyle, fashion, and beauty imagery. I enjoy telling stories with pictures of people. I grew up on the banks of the Tennessee River, in an area of northern Alabama best known for its legendary recording studios and its ample fresh water. The grandson of a boat builder, I spent most of my childhood splashing around in the latter. My love for being in, on, and near the water continues to this day and has led me to the shores of South Florida, where I live with my wife, Erin, and our daughter, Emilia. (You may even see water make an appearance in my work from time to time.) I picked up the camera professionally in 2009 and have not looked back. When not working on a project, I can be found scribbling in my notebook, playing guitar for an audience of two, debating the intricacies of life with a toddler, or predictably, somewhere near the water.
Jeff Herron studied commercial photography at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan, before relocating to South Florida to pursue his passion. For Jeff, it all started with light, lines and an innate fascination with how these two pillars of art and design translated into photography. Jeff was immediately inspired by the works of the New Topographics movement in the 1970’s with the highly formalized, almost banal aesthetic of man-made structures within a landscape. It resonated how they were able to capture those landscapes in a way that most people wouldn’t notice, even if they saw it on a daily basis. You can see the influence here under "Personal Work". Over the past 15 years, Jeff’s eye – coupled with his love of collaboration and dedication to his craft – has earned himself an impressive client base, spanning across the United States, the Caribbean, and beyond, including: Ritz-Carlton, Marriott, JW Marriott, Hyatt, Westin, Sheraton, AC Hotels, Knoll, CBT Architects, Siemens, Lumens, Couples Resorts, PGA Resort, OPL Hotels, Lloyd Loom, Sotheby’s, Christies, Columbia Sussex, Ett Hem Designs, Centex Construction, Bluegreen, and UBS Bank. His work has also been featured in numerous print publications such as Home Magazine, Gulfshore Life and Tropic Magazine.
Grew up on an island – still lives on one. Has proudly helped raise three amazing children. Loves challenging work. Doesn’t get rattled. Loves negative space and positive people. Visualizes every moment of his life, which he considers a bit of a curse – except when working. Started out as a marine biologist. Creates innocent slice of life imagery or production-intensive shoots. Over the years has worked from camera cars, helicopters, camera boats, rigged remotes, scaffolds, cranes, floating in the middle of the ocean – and his own two legs. Working out of South Florida, Robert also has a full production company to support his still and director work. He has done major shoots for Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Yamaha, Ford, Cigna, as well as extensive shooting for marine, tourism, recreation, health care, home & garden and pharmaceutical clients. One of his strengths is simultaneous still and motion productions.
I’m a commercial and editorial photographer based in Fort Myers, the Heart of Southwest Florida. Specializing in portrait and lifestyle images, my background in photojournalism has helped shape the look and feel of my work. Originally from Northern Wisconsin, I moved to the South Florida as a teenager and learned to love photography after my parents subscribed to the St. Petersburg Times (now Tampa Bay Times) newspaper. That paper was and still is an incredible publication that churns out amazing work on a daily basis and helped shape who I am today. I worked my way through high school in the One Hour Photo Lab of a neighborhood Eckerd Drug Store, an experience that exposed me to the technical aspects of photography, and offered an opportunity to learn from the successes and mistakes of tourists and amateur photographers who would come in on a daily basis. I went on to graduate from the University of Florida with a degree in Journalism, which offered editorial photography opportunities. I was soon working as a correspondent for wires like AP and Getty, and newspapers like USA Today and the New York Times. In recent years I have transitioned to more commercial and corporate work, often lending the same journalistic style of photography to clients, creating a modern and realistic look for their brands. I call Southwest Florida home, an area that includes Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Fort Myers, Estero, Bonita Springs, Naples and Marco Island. Sarasota, Bradenton and Tampa / St. Petersburg are a short easy cruise up I-75 from here. We are also a quick and fun road trip across the state to East Coast cities like West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. I also regularly get to Orlando which is a beautiful drive up through the orange groves in the middle of the state.
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.
A Charleston, SC native turned Florida girl. Life is about slowing down, loving people, and laughing loud enough your neighbors recognize you from the next aisle at the grocery store. A full time photographer since 2008, I got my start photographing life and people, but have unexpectedly fallen in love with photographing food along the way. Want to work together? Email me, I’d love to hear from you!
When someone asks what I do I tell them I’m a photographer. The next question inevitably is "what kind of photographer?" Well, that’s a little tricky because I love shooting everything. It could be a national advertising campaign on location for Marriott Hotels in Mexico or shooting food in my full service 3000 sq. ft. studio for Publix or Boar’s Head. Also, It might be filming a TV spot in the Dominican Republic for Iberostar Hotels and lets not forget the family who I like to shoot while I’m on vacation. So you might say it doesn’t matter if it’s real people, talent, stills or video, personal or for hire. I love capturing the moment that I’m in. Of course, none of this can be done without working with the best people in the industry: Talent agencies, producers, assistants, wardrobe, hair & makeup, food-stylists, prop masters, retouchers and editors. I know, I sound like a jack of all trades but I love it all. So I invite you to take a look at the work and decide which side of my business is best for a project we can work on together.
A product of two blue collar families from western Maryland, it seemed pretty likely that I was not going to escape a little hard work. Growing up outside Washington, DC, much of life was spent outdoors. Lucky for me, I had a Dad that practically lived outdoors, following him out the door to find something worth pursuing, building or taking apart was not a problem. In middle school, I began to draw and nature became my subject. Sometime late in high school, my interest gradually turned to photography. Full of enthusiasm, uncertainty and encouragement from my teachers, I headed to college to become a graphic designer. Two years into my graphic design education, I switched to photography and graduated with a BFA in Photography from the University of Maryland, I soon found myself in Florida where I’ve been shooting on my own since 1992. Looking through a viewfinder has always been a way to quiet the noise in my head and given the choice between an aisle seat and a window, I will always choose the window.
Who are we and why hire us? The collaboration our team shares with each other and clients keeps our approach fresh, and is what gives our work its unique perspective. There is no one-size-fits-all formula for every project and we work with our clients to help craft the unique stories that fit their brands. Our team has the experience and ability to take on any role necessary — from creative direction, defining a shot list, storyboarding, casting, pre/post production and more. With our combined technical and creative expertise, we can tackle projects of different sizes and scopes to bring those stories to life. We also offer motion and video collaboration to help seamlessly round out any still project. Our wonderfully appointed 17,000sf studio, with full kitchen is a great base for all of our productions when not shooting on location. And yes we are named after a pub… Lee Runion & Jennifer Bostic Together with our talented team, we bring a refreshingly unconventional approach and a lot of energy to producing exceptional food and lifestyle images. Cumulative experiences and living and working in cities across the US, Lee & Jennifer have made Tampa their home. They love to travel, eat good food, hang with their four-legged friends, and make new stories.
My studio is currently based in Tampa, FL with travels anywhere I’m wanted! I’m originally from Pittsburgh, PA, proud of it, and travel back often. In my work, I focus on mood-driven portraits, expressive lifestyle imagery, and authentic documentation of anything and everything I can photograph. Some clients I’ve recently worked with are Ashley Furniture, Dannon/Danone, Not Your Mother’s Hair Care, Redken, Tobii Dynavox, The Wall Street Journal, and Walmart. Let’s work together!
With passion, empathy, and a dash of humor I’ve been crafting stories through photography and film for over a decade. My portrait work is honest and engaging and my extensive travel throughout the world has taught me how to interact with all kinds of people. The best part of my job is to have the privilege of using my work to speak into the lives of others. My wife and two boys are the pride and joy of my life. Nature, a good book, and time in my modest garden all give me rejuvination. Small talk is alright but deep, meaningful conversation is where it’s at.
I’m a Florida native and I live for adventure. I spend most of my time outdoors, in and around the water. I’ve been married for 20 years and have 3 kids. I take great pride in bringing experience into our lives. I love mixing my passions with what I shoot and I enjoy it the most when I can capture someone doing what they love in that environment. Thats where our essence lives. I would describe my shooting style as very authentic and candid with a documentary feel. Some of my current clients are Apple, Nike, Adidas, Sanuk, Chevron, AAA, Mastercraft Boats, Yamaha, LuLu Lemon, and RedBull.
Ryan Wendler is a commercial portrait and lifestyle photographer. His work has been featured both nationally and internationally by some of the world’s best-known brands and publications. His photography utilizes natural elements to accentuate a unique perspective and his goal is to create authentic ‘true to life’ emotions and moments; helping the viewer to see and feel the human impact of the client’s brand. Ryan’s work often showcases the subject as the hero and evokes a quiet confidence. His photographs are powerful, show a strong quality of light, and convey a sense of place. Photography is an art form that has allowed Ryan to spend his days encompassed by many of the things that he loves, and he is quite grateful for it.
Ryan Ketterman is a commercial photographer and FAA-licensed drone pilot, specializing in industrial and corporate advertising photography and video with a style consisting of colorful and energetic imagery. Running a client-friendly, service-oriented business he believes that great creativity often is the result of team effort and values working closely with his clients. Based in Jacksonville, Florida Ryan and his team are ready to create outstanding visuals for you.
I was born in Charleston, SC to a big family of hard workers who loved to socialize and party together on weekends and holidays. Things could get loud and I loved it all – soaking it in from the sidelines while looking through my View-Master or tearing apart an old radio to figure out how the sound came out. Sometimes I was called on to make a martini ( I can make one for you (and me), if you’d like). Later, I studied anthropology in college and underwater archaeology in graduate school. Between my studies I played in a band, cooked in restaurants, setup a darkroom, and assisted some great photographers. I decided I wanted to take pictures and make a career of it. I moved to Berlin, traveled lots, and ultimately returned to the South. I’ve been fortunate to work with some great creatives in the advertising and editorial worlds – telling stories with pictures of people, travel, and food. Clients include: AARP, American Express, Art Culinaire, Artisan, Beam, Inc., Bon Appetit, Bulleit Bourbon, ChefWear, Conde Nast Traveler, Cooking Light, Country Living, Denny’s, Dwell, Food Arts, Food&Wine, Fresh Produce, Gallo, GQ, Hemispheres, Hostess Brands, Intercontinental Hotels, Le Creuset, Maine Magazine, Maker’s Mark, Martha Stewart Living, Mazda, Men’s Journal, The New York Times Magazine, Old Port, Outside, Ski, Southern Living, Story Farm, Time Inc., Travel+Leisure, Virtuoso Life, Wall Street Journal, Winkreative. I’m proud to be a contributing photographer to Garden&Gun, Maine and Charleston magazines. My work has been exhibited in the James Beard House, and both an editorial feature on oysters, and a book I photographed with my friend Chef Sean Brock, Heritage, have won James Beard Awards. A cookbook I photographed with Sara Foster won an IACP award for photography. When not on assignment I enjoy cycling, fishing, cooking, connecting with people, tinkering with vintage audio, and collecting oysters from the banks of the nearby Folly River. My friends call me lots of names, but I generally go by "Frank".
I am a photographer based out of Charleston, South Carolina. I enjoy portrait, lifestyle and commercial photography, but can certainly provide photos for any need, or event! Outside of photography, you can find me playing soccer, traveling around and listening to some awesome tunes.I would love to work with you, or your company, so please reach out and let’s have a chat. Cheers!
Matt is an award-winning editorial portrait, commercial advertising, industrial, and sports photographer out of a southern town just a few minutes south of Atlanta called Macon. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Mercer University in Human Services ( he’s a people person) Back in the day, he tried his hand in TV as a commercial TV producer and was promoted to a sports reporter. During his time there he shot local news and a little photography (he stuck with the latter). When he’s not on assignment, he’s more than likely watching his favorite soccer team Arsenal FC, boxing, coaching soccer, reading, drinking hazelnut coffee, or listening to 80’s music (and yes he’s a huge Hall and Oates fan). He’s also an avid comic collector who is one of a few people to hold an original copy of the 1984 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 first print…COWABUNGA Matt is available to travel for assignments within the US and internationally. He keeps his passport ready!
Hi, I’m Bobby! Born and raised in the storied South Carolina Lowcountry, my soul reeks of pluff mud and hickory-smoked pork. When I think back on my upbringing, I’m reminded of a quote by the late, great philosopher Biggie Smalls: “Super Nintendo. Sega Genesis. When I was dead broke, man, I couldn’t picture this.” Life hasn’t always been a cake-walk, but every experience created the man I am today. As a photographer, I love providing brands with real imagery that begs for more. My hope is that my photographs resonate with buyers searching for authenticity in their advertising campaigns. Working in tight spaces, on boats, and hiking into the field has taught me to be light, nimble, and efficient with small crews and always on the move. A challenging outdoor environment is a challenge I’ll accept. Let’s go devour some BBQ, sip sweet tea and make big plans. Or just call me. You’re literally a phone call away from a great time. Just look at what Joe Rogan didn’t say about me on his podcast: “Bobby is like the perfect storm, a tsunami of awesome.”
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.
My production crew and I create striking, dramatic images for some of the world’s best known brands. Specializing in consumer home products, large sets, lifestyle, and still life photography. My studio can provide complete production support for all types of projects. Years of experimentation with in-camera effects and lighting techniques have helped to evolve my commercial and personal work into much more than the typical. Giving me the reputation as dedicated Artist, and Craftsman who will master the situation and create beautiful work, taking your campaign images way beyond expectations. Based in Atlanta, shooting everywhere. Atlanta has become the Hollywood of the East, with a near endless wealth of production space and support. Some of the biggest and best Motion Pictures and Television shows are made here.
I was an artsy kid, and from a young age I knew I wanted to pursue a career as an artist. For a while I thought I was going to be a painter but as it turns out I’m flat out terrible at painting. Fortunately for me I was given a camera as a teenager and fell in love with taking pictures. I studied photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Afterwards I moved to Atlanta where I live with my amazing wife and my chatterbox of a step son. A few of the great clients I’ve had the pleasure of working with in that time include Bristol Myers Squibb, Allergan, Georgia Pacific, Tom Ford, Arby’s, Verizon, BULGARI, and Wilson Staff. In addition to assignment work I enjoy pursuing personal projects and creating what I’ve been told is “Fine Art”. My fancy art-photography is represented by Kai Lin Art here in Atlanta. When I’m not doing any of the above you can usually find me traveling disinfecting my groceries, playing banjo, or accumulating cats (most of whom don’t really seem to care for the banjo music).
My name is Greg. I grew up in the South. I never say no to black coffee and chess pie. I know a little bit about a lot of stuff. Like how to tie a bowline, when to prune a rose bush and what makes a tasty rub. I like to pan-fry, sautee, bake, roast and grill whatever I can get my hands on. I married a woman who likes fast cars. Together, we have a couple of kids, a couple of dogs and a trailerful of outdoor gear that is mostly mine. I love my job because I get to meet people from all walks of life. I’ve photographed truck drivers, crabbers, mariachi and linemen. Robot makers, whiskey makers, fridge makers and nut pickers. Professional wrestlers, UN ambassadors, hall-of-famers and polka enthusiasts. Surgeons, CEOs, Air Force One pilots and brewers. Every person I frame up with my camera gives me a little more insight and a broader understanding of what it means to be a person living a life on this planet. Whether I’m telling the stories of real people or working with casting agents to gather the group you like, you can bet I’ll connect with whomever we have on the other side of my camera. Gimme a call and let’s go make some pictures!
Lindsey was born in LA but was transplanted at an early age into the deep south where he became fully versed in all things southern. After a short stay in southern California, Lindsey was drawn back to the South and found himself in the coolest town in the world, Athens GA. With a degree in fine art photography, Lindsey moved to South Beach Miami and was fully immersed in the fashion meca of the 90’s. The pull of the true south pulled Lindsey back to Atlanta where he began his career shooting editorial and commercial work. Lindsey lives in downtown Atlanta with his wife and two teenage boys.
Fulton is a world-class image-maker and seasoned creative partner who’s built his reputation on a unique vision, tenacious work ethic. paradoxically wrapped in a friendly, easy-going nature. “Every time I look at our image library it makes me happy – everything about it. Thank you so much, John!” — Mary Welsh, Visual Content Manager Americas – Delta Airlines Best known for his powerful people and conceptual work, Fulton has created award-winning campaigns for global brands like Honda, Coca-Cola, Novartis, and AT&T. “John is a work ‘till 4 am, whatever it takes to get it done right, kind of artist. It’s a pleasure tackling projects with him.” “Complex image-making can be a challenge with many artists, but when working with John and his seasoned team, the process is always a blend of professionalism, humor, and artistry.” — John Rosato, Sr. Producer – Mu//en John is based in Atlanta and represented worldwide by: VISU – NYC / LA / Miami
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.
Tim Wedig & Andrea Laxton, are an award winning advertising photographer and director team based in Atlanta. Tim & Andrea are known for capturing beautifully composed images with youthful energy while shooting simultaneously for double content. Whether the team is shooting lifestyle, interiors, or fashion, they capture something unique and exceptional in each of their subjects.