News about our member photographers.

Press Paws: Pet Photographer Mark Rogers for Healthy Paws

Press Paws: Pet Photographer Mark Rogers for Healthy Paws

Shannon Stewart 23 April 2021
Pet photographer Mark Rogers remotely teams up with Healthy Paws Pet Insurance to steadily refresh their imagery of pets (and their hoomans).
Craig Okraska Explores his Spontaneous Side for the LOR Foundation

Craig Okraska Explores his Spontaneous Side for the LOR Foundation

Shannon Stewart 22 April 2021
Craig Okraska explores and celebrates the hardworking members of rural communities in Wyoming for the LOR Foundation.
Born To Run: Ronnie Orlando’s Stint With Noelle Lambert For L’Oreal’s Women of Worth

Born To Run: Ronnie Orlando’s Stint With Noelle Lambert For L’Oreal’s Women of Worth

Stephanie Avilés 21 April 2021
Boston-based Photographer Ronnie Orlando photographs Noelle Lambert, a Paralympian and founder of the Born To Run Foundation, for L’Oreal’s Annual Women of Worth campaign.
Filipinx Flavors: Chona Kasinger’s Images of Melissa Miranda’s Dishes For Bon Appétit

Filipinx Flavors: Chona Kasinger’s Images of Melissa Miranda’s Dishes For Bon Appétit

Stephanie Avilés 20 April 2021
Seattle-based photographer Chona Kasinger revisits her Filipino roots and captures Chef Melissa Miranda’s recipes for Bon Appétit.
Artistry in Alaska: Fernando Decillis’ Portraits of Indigenous Artists for Smithsonian Magazine

Artistry in Alaska: Fernando Decillis’ Portraits of Indigenous Artists for Smithsonian Magazine

Stephanie Avilés 19 April 2021
Fernando Decillis’ latest project for Smithsonian Magazine shines a light on Indigenous Haida, Tlingit, and Tsimshian artists living in Alaska who are honoring and reviving traditional arts while reinterpreting them in new ways.
As the Donuts Fell: Patrick Heagney for Temmer Marble

As the Donuts Fell: Patrick Heagney for Temmer Marble

Shannon Stewart 16 April 2021
Patrick Heagney photographs the talented and charismatic designers behind Temmer Marble’s latest stunning marble designs.
Jason Paige Smith’s Oldest State Project Tells The Incredible Stories of Maine’s Inspiring Seniors

Jason Paige Smith’s Oldest State Project Tells The Incredible Stories of Maine’s Inspiring Seniors

Stephanie Avilés 15 April 2021
New Hampshire-based photographer Jason Paige Smith tells the incredible stories of older Mainers through his Oldest State project.
Creative in Place: Happy Campers

Creative in Place: Happy Campers

Greg Jones 14 April 2021
We’re bringing the great outdoors to your inbox in this week’s Creative in Place: Happy Campers. Here’s a breath of fresh air to get you through the work day.
From Broadway to Wisconsin: Lauren Justice Follows the Stars for The New York Times

From Broadway to Wisconsin: Lauren Justice Follows the Stars for The New York Times

Stephanie Avilés 14 April 2021
Madison, Wisconsin-based photographer Lauren Justice photographs the star of Broadway’s Moulin Rouge! musical at home in Wisconsin for The New York Times.
Dick Patrick’s Ode to New Orleans

Dick Patrick’s Ode to New Orleans

Stephanie Avilés 13 April 2021
The ‘Crescent City’ is known for its jazz music and historic architecture, but its true character is embodied by its uniquely southern food and the experiences it offers on its streets. In his new book project, Dick Patrick gives us an insider look at his hometown through a New Orleans native’s eyes.
Jorge Oviedo’s Vivid Portraits of Digital Experiences for ETB

Jorge Oviedo’s Vivid Portraits of Digital Experiences for ETB

Stephanie Avilés 12 April 2021
Jorge Oviedo’s dramatic lighting and bold color choices result in vivid portraits that perfectly evoke comfort and connection while capturing vignettes of digital experiences for ETB.
Matt Furman Travels Through Time (zones) for Cushman & Wakefield

Matt Furman Travels Through Time (zones) for Cushman & Wakefield

Stephanie Avilés 9 April 2021
Matt Furman travels the globe to reveal the ‘real people’ behind global real estate company Cushman & Wakefield for diversity and inclusion advertising campaign.
Yes Was the Right Answer: How Ian Curcio Met NBA Star Zion Williamson

Yes Was the Right Answer: How Ian Curcio Met NBA Star Zion Williamson

Varun Raghupathi 9 April 2021
Ian Curcio describes the story behind landing a one-on-one shoot with soon-to-be NBA superstar Zion Williamson at the athlete’s high school.
Dina Avila Captures Mouth-Watering Fermented Foods for Fermenter

Dina Avila Captures Mouth-Watering Fermented Foods for Fermenter

Stephanie Avilés 8 April 2021
Portland, Oregon-based Dina Avila captures mouth-watering plant-based foods for Fermenter, a new casual restaurant concept by Chef Aaron Adams.
Clamming Up with Richard Darbonne for 1859 Magazine

Clamming Up with Richard Darbonne for 1859 Magazine

Shannon Stewart 7 April 2021
Editorial photographer Richard Darbonne heads to the Oregon Coast to wade in the waters and capture Ron Neva hunting for razor clams at 1859 Magazine’s behest.
Michael Marquand Creates an Elegant Visual Style for Modern Charcuterie

Michael Marquand Creates an Elegant Visual Style for Modern Charcuterie

Stephanie Avilés 6 April 2021
Michael Marquand captures brand photography for Modern Charcuterie, a new online brand offering Artisanal Charcuterie boards and wine pairings for small gatherings, as well as virtual guided tastings.
Mark Katzman’s Real and Raw Travels through India for FES

Mark Katzman’s Real and Raw Travels through India for FES

Stephanie Avilés 5 April 2021
Mark Katzman travels through the Himalayas to capture remote Indian villages for the Foundation for Ecological Security.
Creative in Place: Better Together

Creative in Place: Better Together

Greg Jones 31 March 2021
There’s nothing quite like being within a six-foot radius of…well, anyone. After a year of social distancing, we’re all looking forward to regrouping. Here are some photos to remind us that we’re Better Together!
More than Speed: Matt Trappe Captures the Real Run Community

More than Speed: Matt Trappe Captures the Real Run Community

Shannon Stewart 31 March 2021
Matt Trappe explores the underground run community and urban racing by documenting a late-night expedition with Take the Bridge in Denver.
Arik Shraga: The Invisible Soldier for DAVAI Theater Group

Arik Shraga: The Invisible Soldier for DAVAI Theater Group

Shannon Stewart 30 March 2021
Arik Shraga teams up with DAVAI Theater Group to capture and enhance an already magical show — one that complies with the very strict COVID-restrictions that have greatly affected the theater and performing arts communities.
Dominick Aznavour on Becoming one of Lurzer’s Top 200 Ad Photographers

Dominick Aznavour on Becoming one of Lurzer’s Top 200 Ad Photographers

Shannon Stewart 29 March 2021
Dominick Aznavour gives us all a lesson in spontaneity and hard work when he follows his passion and his impulsive photoshoots win him the prize of being named one of Lurzer’s Top 200 Advertising Photographers of 2020/2021.
Metal and Glass: Patrick Heagney’s Sleek Portraits of Jezebel’s 50 Most Beautiful Atlantans

Metal and Glass: Patrick Heagney’s Sleek Portraits of Jezebel’s 50 Most Beautiful Atlantans

Shannon Stewart 26 March 2021
Portrait photographer Patrick Heagney explores the new and improved Atlantic Station, collecting smooth lines to complement the 50 most beautiful Atlantans for Jezebel Magazine.
Tina Boyadjieva: Finding the Common Thread and Exploring Motherhood for Lansinoh

Tina Boyadjieva: Finding the Common Thread and Exploring Motherhood for Lansinoh

Shannon Stewart 25 March 2021
Tina Boyadjieva took on a project with Lansinoh USA she would never forget — one that would require her to travel to five continents, explore 18 countries, meet 65 women, and be lauded by countless publications.
Making the Most of it: Dalton Johnson’s Adventures for Coalatree and Gregory Packs

Making the Most of it: Dalton Johnson’s Adventures for Coalatree and Gregory Packs

Shannon Stewart 24 March 2021
Adventure Photographer Dalton Johnson expands his horizons (literally) through his exploration of Moab and all its climbs for Coalatree and Gregory Packs.
Riding the Waters off the Coast of Maine: Tadd Myers with Little Cranberry Lobster

Riding the Waters off the Coast of Maine: Tadd Myers with Little Cranberry Lobster

Shannon Stewart 23 March 2021
After exploring the life of a Lobsterman, Tadd Myers has published his fifth booklet, featuring the Little Cranberry Island and the lobstermen and women who live there.