I am a visual storyteller and cinematographer — specializing in the fields of editorial, documentary and multimedia storytelling. But, to be honest, I’m a bit of a contradiction.
Because despite my work as a freelance photojournalist over the past decade, I actually graduated with a degree in Biological Chemistry from Grinnell College. Yes. You read that correctly. A photographer with a penchant for biology, chemistry, and neuroscience. I am now currently based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and freelancing for The New York Times, Reuters, Bloomberg and various editorial news outlets.
From professional sporting events to breaking spot news, I am a photographer who delivers skillfully-crafted, compelling imagery across a plethora of subjects with a creative AND analytical mind. Focusing on isolating peak moments of emotion, engagement, and access, I’m devoting my career to crafting authentic, engaging stories through both photography and video to uncover truly unique narratives and individuals. I am available for immediate contract and freelance work in Minnesota, the Midwest and projects around the world. Additionally, I am an FAA Part 107 certified drone pilot.
Motofish is a creative partner and production company to the core. We have a hyper curiosity about life, people and the things that make them tick. And with out fail – unique ideas and images that inspire conversation are still the best way to reach an audience – regardless of the medium.
Human. Core. Curious. And never fake.
When worlds collide!
Missy and Chelsea here! We met a handful of years ago while working alongside each other at a local studio. We aligned seamlessly (pun intended!) and found ourselves having the same dedication and passion for photography and all the nitty gritty that goes along with it. After work cocktails quickly turned into a lasting friendship full of road trips, vacations, adventures, collaborations, and a metric ton of shenanigans!
Queue the lightning bolt striking something and sparks flying moment… Truth be told, we went into work one day, had the same idea, on the same day and then poof! started a production company. The idea was to build up a production company, continue to be commercial photographers, have a studio the community could use, and grow into offering workshops and professional photography development. Houston, we have take off!
The Amy Rose Productions philosophy has always been to bring our personal life values of loyalty, resolve, passion, reaching for the stars, and wonder to every project and client. It’s that character that keeps us motivated, clients excited, and the photographs fresh!
Christopher Beauchamp is a Connecticut based location photographer & cinematographer specializing in dynamic location portraits and dramatic adventure sports imagery for advertising, editorial and corporate clients. Christopher’s success is the result of his aptitude as a creative visual problem solver. His experience stretches from international pharmaceutical campaigns and feature film productions to start up editorials and small business marketing as well as national brands, magazines, corporate, healthcare and EDU clients. Whether it’s a big production shoot or a simple concept that requires high caliber imagery, Christopher’s years of experience creating compelling visuals in virtually every conceivable circumstance combined with his emphasis on collaboration and being a team player allow him to maximize the potential of any shoot. When not behind the lens for a client he can usually be found chasing adventure and using his creative eye to find new, previously un-climbed lines on obscure bits of rock and ice. He is also rumored to be semi-secretly honing his roller disco dancing skills.
Having photographed throughout Africa, and sometimes further afield, for the last decade – through his work Tobin has attempted to not only cover the breadth of the continent, but also the diversity within it. This has included stories on Somalia’s fight against Al Shabab and the country’s emergence from more than 20 years of civil war, to transgender issues, and the intersection of modern religion with traditional healing practices in slums.
I’m Steve Boxall. I’m a commercial and editorial fashion/lifestyle photographer, specializing in children. In fact, I like to think that my images are where fashion and lifestyle meet. For me, it’s all about capturing images of a fabulous life.
After college he moved to London to start his photographic career shooting for BBC Television.
After six years of working in London for the BBC and other clients, he left his native England to travel the world on a two-year hiatus before settling in Miami Florida.
Since moving to the USA and resuming his career, Steve has worked with some of the world’s greatest photographers, amongst them Richard Avedon. Seeing the transition from film to digital, he became a founding partner in Digital Decaf, a digital services company for the photographic industry.
Steve has 20 years of experience working in almost every aspect of the industry, and as a father of three, he loves to photograph people but especially kids. Miami-based but always traveling, he is at home shooting studio, beach, island, zero gravity, and everything in between.
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.
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.
I am a documentary and fine art photographer, multimedia producer and writer. Born and educated in France with a degree in philosophy and political sciences, I moved to the United States in 1991 and earned a M.A. in journalism. I have kept my French accent since then.
I did not receive a Brown camera when I was a teen and I did not fall in love with photography when I developed my first film in a dark room. Don’t ask me why. My epiphany came later in life.
My work is multifaceted and reflects my curiosity for the things of life. I love to shoot environmental portraits and to produce multimedia pieces. Working for magazines and newspapers like the New York Times has given me the opportunity to meet people whom I would have never met otherwise. I have also previously served as a photo editor at CNN.com. My personal photography work explores the contemporary landscape in the widest sense, investigating themes which include the sense of place, the new forms of urbanism and the future of our environment. It can be seen at https://virginiekippelen.com/
Tim Gerard Barker is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker based in Vietnam since 2012. Tim was based in Hanoi until early 2016 when he relocated to Ho Chi Minh City. He has extensive experience working throughout Asia and he is available for assignments worldwide. Tim has experience working on a wide range of photography and videography projects including: travel, documentary, portraiture, hospitality, corporate and industrial. Tim’s desire to explore the world and to understand different cultures drives his work. His images capture real people and real places with a colourful, graphic style. Tim’s travel imagery is represented by the Lonely Planet Images collection at Getty Images, for commercial work he is represented by NOI Pictures and Studio @ Getty Images and he is also on the roster at Wonderful Machine. Tim’s work has garnered numerous awards over the years, with citations in the International Photography Awards, Australia’s Top Photographers and Travel Photographer of the Year.
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.
Nick specialises in documenting the adverse impacts of development on local communities and the environment.
He has worked for a number of international humanitarian organizations such as UNICEF, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. His journalistic work has been published in various local and international publications, including The International New York Times and Time Magazine. He has produced video content for clients such as National Geographic, CNN, and NBC.
Nick has been based in Southeast Asia since 2008 and is a founding member of Ruom. He is currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. He is fluent in English and French.
Zachary Bako is an American photographer and experimental filmmaker based in Shanghai + Cleveland, Ohio. After receiving his B.S. in Business + M.A in Studio Photography at Case Western Reserve University in conjunction with the Cleveland Institute of Art, Bako moved to New York and began his photography career in the fashion and fine art industries. His range of media developed further during a four-year stint in Beijing where he cultivated his reportage work, winning American Photography three years in a row. In a subsequent three-year stretch in Los Angeles, Bako explored filmmaking and experimental light design. Splitting time between Shanghai and the Midwest, he brings his honed multidisciplinary techniques into his film and still productions.
Named after a blood-thirsty goddess and raised by a troupe of traveling thespians, Los Angeles-based film & creative director, Tanit Sakakini, shapes what ABC’s City Line calls “elegantly irreverent” magical worlds.
Sakakini works with brands, agencies, and other artists to develop ideas and give them form. The videos and stills on this website are projects she’s scripted, directed, or photographed. They’ve appeared in publications including Time, Newsweek, and Fast Company, and received distinguished recognition from Communication Arts, the Telly Awards, and the New York Photo Awards, among others.
She directed her first videos for Fidelity Investments while an undergrad at Tufts University, and was introduced to the manic/magnetic world of filmmaking, working for Spike Lee’s 40 Acres and a Mule. Equal portions visual artist and writer, Sakakini worked in advertising as a copywriter for agencies including Landor and Euro RSCG, and some years earlier, won a purebred Arabian horse in a high school essay contest – her best-loved accolade to date.
David Madison’s award-winning work includes commercial, architectural, industrial, and annual report photography, along with fine art portraiture. His creative vision and technical ability has earned him respect across a wide variety of disciplines and settings, both domestically and abroad.
With David Madison’s trademark enthusiasm, attentiveness to the finest detail and passionate dedication to his craft, clients can be assured of the unparalleled success of any project.
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.
I’m Shravya Kag, a queer, brown, photo and video documentarian based in Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Vijayawada, India, I moved to Brooklyn in 2015 and graduated from the School of Visual Arts with an MPS in Photography.
Captivated by oral histories and how they can shape a culture, my work is an exploration of home, identity and personal space largely focusing on the intimate and interpersonal stories of people of color and of queer people.
I’m currently working on a body of work on Queer South Asians and a short-documentary of a drag queen based in New Jersey.
I’m available for assignments and collaborations. Also do consider hiring the talent at diversifyphoto, authority collective, women photograph and third eye collective.
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.
Lisette is a Cuban-American photojournalist and native in both english and Spanish. She lived in Havana for five years before moving to Mexico City and has covered everything from politics to underground reggaetón parties. Lisette is a World Press Photo 6×6 Global Talent for North & Central America and a recipient of the National Geographic Covid Fund for Journalists for her Vice News Reports podcast in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, about migrants working as professionals as they wait to enter the US. Her first book, "La paloma y la ley" (2019, Red Hook Editions), based on two women’s journey through 13 countries from Cuba to the U.S., was selected for Time Magazine’s Photobooks of the Year and Pictures of the Year International. In 2019, she toured with "Pop-Up Magazine" presenting a live adaptation of her book to theater audiences across the US. She has been a guest lecturer at The GABO (Gabriel García Márquez) Festival in Colombia, Annenberg Space for Photography in L.A. & Internazionale á Ferrara in Italy. She is a fellow with the Logan Nonfiction program at the Carey Institute for Global Good and with the International Women’s Media Foundation.