Call him Doug. It's only "Douglas" because douglevy.com was taken.
Doug grew up halfway between Boston and Providence and now lives just north of the city, but,
Doug spent six years umpiring professional baseball.
So he's not really a huge Red Sox fan.
Doug started umpiring Little League games when he was 13.
Doug believes that photos should show who you are, not just what you look like.
Doug thinks that if you ever find yourself in Birmingham, you need to eat barbeque at Jim ‘n Nicks.
Doug thinks everything tastes better with hot sauce.
Except for cereal, that would be weird.
Doug also knows that there is a Bruce Springsteen song for every occasion.
Specializing in food and lifestyle photography in the Boston area, Joseph has built a reputation not only for his talent but his ability to consistently deliver beautiful images for his clients. He has worked on a wide variety of commercial and editorial projects in studios or on location, with large and small teams. Known for his calm demeanor and ability to get “the shot” under pressure, Joseph knows the team he puts together is the key to a successful shoot.
de-tour: verb – to go or travel to a place along a way that is different from the usual or planned way.
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.
I really don’t like talking about myself – But an Art Director friend told me to write a bio – So here it is:
I was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. Graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography in 1993. Every dollar I’ve ever made has been with my camera. Traveled the country following major brands as an in-house photographer. I’ve gone from Coldwater Creek in Idaho to Yankee Candle in Massachusetts. Not to mention a bunch of map dots in between.
My photography spans many different genres and decades –Synopsis: thousands of commercial catalogs, CRM mailers, PDP's for eCom, and a few thousand corporate images…. And all the free stuff my wife makes me do.
Currently I live on Cape Cod in Massachusetts, following my dreams of chasing sail boats, catching sunsets and shucking oysters.
Additional bullet points about me:
– I can ski backwards and take pictures at the same time.
– I like change and have lots of big ideas
– I love working on a team, but always take on individual challenges
– I’m a right brained creative and a left brained analyzer
– I eat raw oysters every month of the year, not just the ones with an “R”
I’m very happy to make professional acquaintances, Please reach out if you want to talk photography or if you know of a great raw oyster bar.
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.
Michael Wilson is a naturally curious human being. That curiosity has led him to meet some of the most fascinating people from all walks of life and enjoys some of the most unique experiences of his life. So much of photography is simply problem-solving, and solving problems is what Michael does best. Whether it’s figuring out the best way to approach an editorial story to provide comprehensive storytelling imagery or working directly with clients to make sure images fully encompass everybody’s vision. Ultimately at the end of the day Michael’s hope is to make interesting and compelling images that make viewers pause, even if just for a second longer, in this ever-changing fast paced world of media consumption.
Will has nearly 15 years of production experience under his belt, working for brands as big as Google, Mountain Dew and American Express, and as local as Allagash, Grandy Organics, and Batson River. He loves “getting the shot,” keeping vibes high, and creating lasting relationships with clients he believes in.
Kristin is a many hat wearing Creative Director with a proven track record in social media marketing, prop sourcing and styling, and content creation. She has worked with brands like Eventide Oyster Co., Ralph Lauren, New England Coffee, J. Crew, and Chewy. She loves helping people’s milestone moments last a lifetime, and is a pro at lightening the load for brands working to fill their social media calendars.
Will and Kristin love working together – but know not every job needs both of us – that’s why we love flying solo too. Reach out and we’ll figure out the best fit for you!
Since my early years working as a photojournalist, I’ve believed in the storytelling power of photography. My images connect as well as communicate. I’m all about fostering an authentic connection: between me and my subject, and between the viewer and the image.
Supporting my clients and their brands while telling unique visual stories of diverse bodies, ethnicities, genders and ages, in beautiful settings is the work I’m honored to do. I specialize in creating original and eye-catching fashion lifestyle imagery – the kinds of images that make you pause for a moment and appreciate. With a deep knowledge and connection to the wool industry, knitting and the fiber arts, I photograph people and products all the way from sheep farms to dye studios to fashion models in knits.
Anne-Marie Mueschke is a digital and film photographer with a background in visual arts and film. Working out of her studio in upstate New York she is able to receive, style, and shoot remotely for national clients. She is also available to travel and work locally in NYC. In addition to photography, she is a skilled retoucher and prop stylist.
I obtained my BFA in Studio Arts and Creative Technologies at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 2010 and received my Certificate of Professional Photography from The Hallmark Institute of Photography in 2011. Upon graduating,
I immediately began my photography career in New York City.
Blending the eye of a fine artist and technically proficient commercial photographer,
I have a passion for creating uniquely inspiring and engaging still life images. My photography aesthetic has been described as manicured, creative, and precise.
Julie Benedetto is a seasoned commercial photographer, operating from her expansive 1,100 sq/ft studio in North White Plains, New York. With a diverse portfolio spanning magazines, catalogs, websites, social media, and advertising, Julie serves clients of all sizes, providing them with exceptional imagery to elevate their brands.
Beyond her extensive photography expertise, Julie prides herself on her problem-solving abilities, finding innovative solutions to capture the perfect shot. Her relentless pursuit of beautiful lighting and her passion for storytelling shine through in her work, enabling her to create captivating visuals that resonate with audiences.
Julie's unique approach involves thorough market research and conceptualization, enabling her to craft tailored strategies that align with her clients' goals. With an extensive network of creative professionals and industry vendors along the East Coast, Julie seamlessly oversees all aspects of production, from set building and styling to lighting, shooting, and post-production.
At the heart of Julie's offerings lies her product: creative marketing imagery. By combining technical skill, artistic vision, and a deep understanding of branding, she delivers compelling visuals that leave a lasting impact. Trust Julie Benedetto Photography to transform your brand narrative and captivate your target audience.
Based in New York, New York
Photographer + Traveler + Pie Baker
Mark was raised in Pennsylvania and Utah. His love of photography began at the age of ten when he saved up enough money to buy a 35mm Pentax. He took it everywhere. However, it wasn’t until part way through his college education at Brigham Young University that he discovered that he could turn his passion into a career. He dropped the chemistry half of his double major to focus on finishing his degree in photography. He loves to travel and has taken his camera to thirty-one countries.
Mark, his wife Liz, and their two boys live in New York City where they have baked over 300 pies in their tiny kitchen.
Based in New York, New York
Maya Barkai is a photographer based in New York City specializing in still life, product and food images. She received her B.F.A. in photography from the School of Visual Arts. Her work use color, texture, and lighting to create unique and memorable moments.
Available for studio and on-location assignments, she has a deft hand when it comes to retouching and post-production as well.
Clients include the TriBeCa Film Festival, Delta Airlines, Nike, Honda Acura, MLB.com, MKG, L’oreal, It Cosmetics, Zagat, Murray’s Cheese, and Pernod Ricard.
Maya lives in Manhattan with her husband and son.
Damien Lafargue is a freelance Photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Paris Match, Le Monde, Stern, The Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Il Corriere della Sera, Bon Appetit.
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.
Will Strawser is a NYC-based advertising and editorial photographer. With a BFA in advertising photography from RIT, his work draws inspiration from Vermeer, Fritz Lang and underground music scenes. From his first darkroom set-up in the barn at his family’s farm, Will daydreamed escapist visions and fantasies. As a featured photographer in Communication Arts, he continues to bring these daydreams to life for major brands in the national marketplace.
Paul Quitoriano (b.1984) is based in New York City, originally from Northern California. Photography focus on still life and portraiture. Paul studied photojournalism at San Francisco State University (graduated 2007). When Paul isn't taking pictures he is usually playing pinball or climbing a rock.
Stacy is a commercial photographer and food stylist, she divides her time between NYC and Charleston, SC. With an eye for composition and light, she approaches each shoot with a rustic, authentic and story-telling style ranging from light ans fresh to dark and dramatic. Always showcasing food in its natural state, she loves to focus on the gorgeous details and colors that make you feel like you’re close to something delicious and beautiful. Her vibrant reverence for the culinary spirit makes her a favorite among hardworking chefs and restaurateurs. Stacy’s work highlights her knack for capturing the essence of captivating personalities and truly unique companies. Stacy’s fun personality and strong work ethic allows her to produce compelling photography for all level of businesses, from sole-proprietors looking for scale, affordable and quick photography, to in-house creative teams within a company or advertising agency looking for someone who is going to deliver highly successful, elegant and sophisticated imagery.
Jonathan Meter is a freelance photographer and artist with a keen insight into the human spirit and a unique perspective on inanimate objects and the world around him. Jonathan’s vision and masterful use of light allow him to see the potential in the mundane and elicit beauty, movement and life from the unexpected.
Jonathan’s photography career began in the early 2000’s while studying political science at the University of Pennsylvania. He was a photojournalist for the school newspaper and also worked shooting still life for a local estate liquidator company. He began his professional career after graduating in 2006. His current work focuses on still life, food, travel, and portraiture.
In his still life and travel photography, Jonathan channels the essence of an object or his surroundings and captures its energy in a still image. Through his photographs of the environment around him, Jonathan tells his own story, illustrating his experiences and understanding of the world through color, light and rhythm.
Raised in an Argentinian Jewish family, Jonathan has a true love of delicious food and has always been an accomplished home cook. Jonathan's vibrant aesthetic creates mouth-wateringly tangible images and breathes energy into the food he shoots.
Jonathan’s portrait work is driven by his passion for illuminating his subjects’ past, present and future in a single frame. His open mind and natural thoughtfulness allow him to evoke his subjects’ essential personalities in both posed and candid shots. Fascinated by the relationship between photographer and subject, Jonathan seeks to capture his subjects in the context of their life history.
Jonathan grew up in Philadelphia, PA and currently lives in Red Hook, Brooklyn with his wife Jessica, daughters Michaela & Annalis, and their cats Rafael & Sweet Potato.
Based in Montreal, Canada
English, French, German
I am Bénédicte, a professional photographer based in Montreal, Quebec and available worldwide. Day after day, I savour the opportunity that this profession gives me to express my epicurean philosophy of life.
Based in Montreal, Canada
English, French, Italian
After several years in advertising David brings his experience as an art director to his photographic work. Warm, textured, moody images bathed in natural light. He has partnered with senior art director/stylist Caroline Nault, to form Uno Photodesign. Together, be it for food, architecture, still life,or people, they bring their creativity, and problem-solving skills to create images for major editorial and advertising clients in Montreal and across Canada.
Welcome to North Park. The studio by the park, near the river, just minutes from Philadelphia. Easy to access. Simple to find. Plenty of parking.
All good. But not enough without an experienced and talented team that knows how to achieve your image goals. Efficiently. Painlessly. Brilliantly.
We are that team. Mike Brennan and Todd Linn , North Park's photographers. Years of experience. A support dream team of stylists, consultants and assistants. A well-oiled machine. No egos. No drama. Just results. Satisfied clients. Problems solved.
And it all seems so easy.
Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Michael Persico is a photographer with a focus in food and beverage photography. Michael enjoys storytelling through editorial work, and is the photographer of the James Beard Book of the Year and Best International Cookbook (2016) – The Zahav Cookbook. Michael's body of work concentrates on Direction (stills and motion), Food/Drink/Lifestyle concept and excecution as well as commercial and editorial projects for fashion brands. Michael enjoys traveling, and capturing the spirit of a product or brand through visual storytelling.
He also enjoys a good surf (when he can get it) on a nice retro log.
I've been taking pictures since I was 8 years old. I grew up in Newark, Delaware. I moved to California in 1989 to attend Art Center College of Design where I received my second degree in photography in 1993 and have been shooting ever since. I'm based in Redondo Beach, the South Bay in the Los Angeles area but shoot all over the country. I have family in Delaware and travel there frequently.
Over the years I've shot thousands of food images. If time allows, I do my own production. I've coordinated and prepped over 1150 jobs from a one day shoot with a few shots a day, to jobs that were three weeks long, with two sets going, a shot list of 175 images, and a crew of 15 people.
The type of gear I use totally depends on the job and it's requirements. For my commercial work, I use medium format cameras with high resolution Phase One digital backs in order to get extremely large, crisp images with beautiful color.
I also have done several speaking engagements and workshops at food blogging and cooking conferences throughout the US.
As a creative person with a background in graphic design and commercial marketing, Michael incorporates that knowledge into creating photos, videos, and other visual assets. His goal is to deliver well thought out, professionally styled, detailed, and stunning visuals that make your message stand out and connect with your viewers.
Michael has over 18 years of experience creating editorial portraiture, food photography, and commercial photography & videography that have run in magazines, on television, product labels, billboards, social media campaigns, and filled web sites for clients of all sizes from local Mom and Pops to National and International clients. He has also been an instructor at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, Lancaster Catholic High School, and creates, hosts photography workshops and lecture groups for photographers and marketing professionals.
In 2016, Michael became an FAA-licensed Remote Pilot in Command. He holds a sUAS license for commercial drone photography and videography. Ask about aerial drone visuals and how it can benefit your business.
Michael was born and raised in Central PA and attended college at Antonelli Institute of Art and Photography in Philadelphia. He now resides in Lancaster, PA with his wife and 2 daughters.
Matt Wittmeyer is a professional commercial and editorial photographer, specializing in food, interiors and portraits. With 10 years of experience in visual arts, after studying at Temple University and grad school at Syracuse University, he apprenticed to acclaimed photographers in New York City before returning to upstate New York.
Matt combines an eye for aesthetics with inspired creativity and a professional yet playful approach to lifestyle images. He’s able to put any subject at ease – from Fortune 500 CEOs to teenage pop divas. With a roster of clients that ranges from major corporations to lifestyle magazines, Matt has the experience and intuition to craft images best suited to each project. Matt works out of a 2,000 square foot natural light studio overlooking the trainyard in Rochester, NY, and is available for travel worldwide.
Steve’s been interested in photography since he was 14. While working at 7-Eleven stocking shelves, he spotted the label on the back of a roll of Kodak film which read, “Take this film to your Kodak processor or develop it yourself using Kodak chemistry.” Immediately he thought, “You mean you can do that?” And he was hooked. In the years since, he’s photographed everything from mummies to machine guns. He’s shot in lots of places he’s fond of, a few he’d like to forget (the blast freezer comes to mind), and all the while finding new ways to capture the beauty of the world.
Steve lives on Maryland's Eastern Shore with his family and a scruffy Jack Russell