I've always had a curiosity for exploring spaces and a desire to describe what I see to others. I began to use drawing and painting as tools to create imaginary buildings as a child. Since then I developed my discerning eye for describing space while earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and studying Architecture at Ball State University. There I built several pinhole cameras in pursuit of a simple machine that could record the essence of a space. This quest led me to New York City where I showed my fine art pinhole photographs and began my commercial photography training. Starting out using a 4×5 view camera and film, I built relationships with architects, designers, art directors, and editors. Always focused on remaining efficient and getting projects published, I quickly adapted to using digital capture. Today, my goal is to be a visual storyteller who describes the unfolding of a space by using my camera.
Michael is a freelance photographer from Seattle, Washington, living and working in Brooklyn, New York. His photographs are defined by graphic compositions, and a strong use of color, with a body of work that includes a strong focus on travel, people, interiors culture and food.
Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Joe has been working as a commercial photographer since 2007 specializing in architecture and interior design. Since starting his business, he has worked with numerous architects, interior designers and construction managers in the greater Philadelphia and New York City areas, and he has traveled throughout the country for various projects. In 2019, Joe expanded his business into producing cinema backdrops for the TV and film industry, working on shows such as American Rust, The Other Two and The Wonder Years, to name a few. Although he initially worked as a vendor for another backdrop company, he and printer Berry and Homer started Precision backdrops in 2022.
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Whatever the subject, photographer Adam DeTour brings a unique and devoted eye to his projects and assignments. A sought after food and portrait photographer, with a full service studio Boston, MA his clients include Green Giant, The New York Times, Boston Magazine, Four Seasons Hotels, and many others. Landing in Boston by way of New Hampshire, Italy, and New York city, Adam is both meticulous and approachable in his work. Outside of photography he enjoys swimming, hiking, and time at home with his wife and daughters.
Hi, I'm Joe.
A Boston-based food, hospitality and lifestyle photographer. I'm self-taught with a passion for all things photography, beautiful light, fresh food, sincere people and inspiring spaces. I love keeping things simple in life and on set as I find it always produces the best results with the least amount of stress. No matter the size of the project I always bring the same passion and dedication to each individual job and it's my priority to make sure everyone goes home happy.
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.
Rey Lopez is a photographer based in Washington, D.C. Born and raised in Queens, NY. Rey began his photography career as a food photographer in New York before relocating to D.C in 2010. He currently works as freelance commercial and editorial photographer. He's a regular contributor to The Washington Post, Eater, Food & Wine, Northern Virginia Magazine, Bon Appetit, DC Luxury and Washingtonian Magazine, just to name a few.
Barry Harley is a photographer specializing in Hotel, Architectural, and Portrait Photography. His architectural photography has extended geographically from Duns Castles in Scotland to the infamous Grey Gardens (home of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s cousins) in East Hampton, NY to extensive shooting in Jamaica and the Caribbean.
Barry has worked on numerous portrait photography series ranging from entertainers to city officials. He has photographed Patti La Belle and numerous other show business personalities as well as municipal luminaries in Jamaica, including police commissioner Major General Antony Anderson. His most recent portraiture project, Pullin It All Together, is a book by Paul Wharton published in 2018 “which reveals secrets of styling teams and the tricks photographers use to turn everyday faces into those of supermodels.” Barry is the recipient of the 2020 Communication Arts Award of Excellence.
Authentic storytelling. Two words far overused these days. Even so… That’s what I'm about. It's an honest take that I've been bringing to brands, nonprofits and editorial clients for over 20 years. Mostly out of doors. And long before Instagram filters and overused hashtag modifiers. Need still pictures? Moving pictures? Or both? Give me a shout. I'd love to collaborate and help tell your story.
Based in Durham, North Carolina
In nearly two decades in the commercial photography industry, Natalia proves a skillful dedication to the entire photography production process. During college, she kept her nose in the books for her commercial photography degree while working for internationally known photographers from coast-to-coast including Pete Barrett and Jim Erickson. Returning to NC, she worked as an independent retoucher and producer and began work with Jimmy Williams as Studio Manager.
As a freelance photographer since 2007, Natalia travels with the lens of a storyteller. In addition to corporate and agency commissions, her immersive photographs have captured the landscapes of Southeast Asia, her own extended family dinner table in Chile, and delicate portraiture of coconut farmers in Panama. When she isn’t packing a suitcase or behind the viewfinder or monitor, Natalia can be found at home in Durham, NC stopping in on classes at Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies, volunteering for environmental and social causes, or joining friends on spontaneous bicycle tours. As a former professional salsa dancer, she occasionally dusts off her heels and hits the pista de baile.
Based in Greenville, South Carolina
Astronauts to athletes, International publishers to individual writers, artists, developers, restaurants, designers, couples, babies, corporations and cuddly dogs. Jack has photographed in over thirty countries since 2006 covering a multitude of topics, styles, interests and clients. He prides himself in his versatility within the photography field, offering well rounded yet high quality, creative photography and an easy going, stress free experience. Delivering expectation-busting photography within every budget makes top notch photography from Jack Robert accessible to organizations large and small.
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.
I am a storyteller. Using color and composition, I tell your story in an intuitive way, creating imagery that brings life to your vision. My aim is to capture the emotional depths and empathetic details of my subjects, effectively telling the story they want to share with the world.
My work explores human connection in all its forms, whether that means working on humanitarian projects on another continent, shooting a tourism campaign in Palm Beach, or creating brightly hued editorial portraits. I’ve worked with wide ranging clientele such as A&E, History, Lifetime, Comcast, Carrier, Samtec, Uproxx, Livestrong, NFL, and even Papa John's Pizza, so nothing is out of the question. In addition, I’ve also completed assignments internationally for publications such as National Geographic, Time, Forbes, Popular Mechanics, The Guardian, and W Magazine.
Combining my own attributes and technical skills, I help brands tell their distinct narrative, establish their visual identity, and create memorable content for all usage and platforms.
My clients span commercial, editorial, restaurant, boutique hospitality, travel, luxury residential, publishing, B2B, B2C, D2C, and startup brands.
I earned my degree in Journalism from Boston University, and Editorial and Advertising Honors from The New England School Of Photography.
I have an extended network of producers, video crews, food stylists, prop stylists, studios, creative directors, and graphic designers that help to make every shoot a perfect success.
While currently growing roots in Chicago, I also have a strong client base in New York City where I spent the first ten years of my career and established myself in the creative community.
My work spans many different genres – from shooting people to focusing on things we wear, the things we eat, to the places we live, to the things we love, and the things we crave. I love to capture it all. People ask me to help them tell stories through a lens. I can do that – I love it.
Adam Goldberg is one of the premier Atlanta architectural and interior design photographers based in Atlanta, GA. During Adam’s years of traveling the world for multiple organizations such as The Department of Defense and Deloitte Consulting, he discovered a passion for photographing the places that he visited. After obtaining his Master’s in Business Administration he launched his photography career with a focus on interior and exterior spaces as he has always had an eye for architecture. Photography is the perfect mixture of science, art, and creativity for Adam’s innovative and imaginative mind.
Adam uses both natural and artificial light to capture the essence of a property or room. All of his images are crafted with an eye on creating a realistic representation that transports the viewer to the space.
When he’s not photographing an architectural wonder or flying his drone, Adam can be found capturing landscape and travel images around the world…or with his feet in the sand, a little bit of hot sauce, and some Jimmy Buffett music in the background.
My relationship with photography dates to elementary school when my family moved into a house with a darkroom. I spent most of my childhood there. In junior high I happed upon Cheryl Tiegs modeling for a shoot in Washington Square. I poached some frames. The pics scored me the job of photo editor of our high school newspaper. This was my big break because my then-classmate Jimmy Hirsch went on to be a staff writer for the New York Times. He somehow talked them into giving me an actual assignment. It went well and they gave me a couple more. It was official. I could legitimately say I shot for the New York Times. That was 1986.
A couple thousand assignments later, I have begrudgingly lived through the transition from film to digital. As a reprieve, I have adopted a forgotten photographic process, the photogravure, and am diving deeply into its preservation. My wife, Hilary, whose patience, maturity and wisdom netted us three now-grown children is so supportive of my photogravure obsession that even when she can’t sleep, she asks about it…
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.
George and Chase are the photographers at the helm of Starboard & Port. Along with their support team, they shoot engaging campaigns across all genres, for clients in every industry. They’re skilled at telling full and compelling narratives for brands. From connected lifestyle moments and environmental portraits to still life, interiors and architectural hero shots, they are storytellers at heart with the image as their preferred delivery vessel.
Based in North Miami, Florida
English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
Pietro Milici is an Italian photographer based in the USA, where he works as a freelance photographer and videographer.His work is mainly based on architecture and portraits: “I love how architecture can be a portrait of the society and the world we live in, and how a portrait of a person is the structure of the life each one of us lives every day.”He starts working as a photographer in 2007. In 2012 he graduates in Marine Biology in Italy, and in 2013 he receives his Master's degree in Photography and Design at Elisava Design School in Barcelona.After various exhibitions in the city of Barcelona, he collaborates with artists and photographers, commencing his work as a professional photographer. In his works, he employs different technics using both digital and film. “I care deeply about photography, it is how I express myself and my point of view to the outside world. I am inherently interested in this discipline as a way of conceiving the city, the architecture, the people, their emotions, and their stories. I search for the unexpected, the untold, the overlooked and reveal any hidden facets that the subject – be it a person or a city street – might withhold."
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.
Stewart was born in Montreal inside an elevator during a snowstorm to an architect dad and an actress mom. Some say that this is how he got his discerning sense of shot design and a love of casting people. Although, none of this ever seemed relevant to him. Working out scenes at the dinner table for a solid 17 years while living at home, definitely left a mark on how he thinks. He gets a charge out of working with people from all walks of life, not only due to his upbringing but mostly due to his innate curiosity in hearing their stories and learning about what makes others tick.
It was this curiosity that drove Stewart to create a monograph titled “Identity”, a biopic project featuring well known and unusual people. Each portrait in the book is combined with their own personally handwritten quotes, expressing their uniqueness & individuality. Walter Isaacson comments, "Each page will delight you, and also make you think. It’s a treasure.” Likewise, Stewart’s most recent title, “Seeing Red”, takes a fun jab at the urban myth of redheads becoming extinct.
At the age of three, Al Argueta first traveled to Guatemala with his father and was utterly captivated by the country’s landscape and its Maya inhabitants. He would later live in Guatemala for two years, allowing him to formally learn Spanish and to experience Guatemala’s culture firsthand. During summers in high school and college, Al often took a month off to travel to Guatemala, exploring its jungles, ruins, and villages. It was also when he first dabbled in photography, capturing images of the people and landscapes he encountered.
In college, Al majored in Journalism and Latin American Studies, managing to squeeze in two study-abroad programs, one in Manchester and one in Maastricht, and traveled through much of Europe. After college, he interned with Costa Rica’s Tico Times, getting his first exposure to travel writing and photography, in addition to covering then-President Bill Clinton’s visit to Guatemala. Al worked briefly for a newspaper in the Virgin Islands before moving on to photography school in Hawaii. He also taught English to college students in Thailand for a time, continuing to satiate the travel bug that bit him years back.
Based in Austin, Texas
German, English, Spanish
Inti St. Clair is a lifestyle photographer. Hire her. You’ll have a blast working with her—it's hard not to when you're around her positive energy and infectious laugh. You’ll get all the shots you need, plus many more that you didn’t even know you wanted. Want to get to know Inti better?
• Ask about life in a teepee.
• Ask about flying shotgun with the Blue Angels.
• Ask about the countries she’s explored (55 & counting).
• Ask about sheep shearing.
• Ask about the shoot that resulted in wedding bells & babies.
• Ask why her Boston Cream Pie is…infamous.
• Ask about swimming with sharks.
I love my job, so much it doesn't feel like a job. Still can't believe I get to make photos for a living.
Favorites photos? Ones that are equal parts pretty and useful.
Favorites shoots? Ones that involve a scrappy crew and client, where by the end it feels a bit like summer camp did, a bit weird to say goodbye to the people your life has revolved around for days, but we all leave feeling accomplished as a team.
Favorite subject? People of any age! Though I do love a good detail, an enticing dish, or anything that helps tell a story and inviting.
Background? Born in Florida, childhood summers in California, and thrice Texas transplant (once for college, once for work, and once for hubs.) Liberal arts degree in history; various jobs after college that made photography seem like the best career in the world; married with kids; owner of one seriously adorable and ornery dog; and a "human pinball" technically residing in Austin, TX, though frequently found in Florida or in a window seat headed elsewhere.
Based in Mexico City, Mexico
Andrew Reiner is a photographer whose work focuses on stories surrounding food and travel. He is currently living in Mexico City and available for projects.
National Geographic Traveler, New York Times, Delta Airlines, The Economist, Food and Wine, Eater, Pepsi-Lays, Unilever, Qantas Airlines, Red Bull, Don Julio Tequila, The Infatuation, American Airlines, Mezcal Union, Texas Monthly, Culinary Backstreets