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Arlesey, U.K.-based lifestyle and portrait photographer Michael Leckie took the promo images for “Jools’ Annual Hootenanny,” a New Years’ Eve musical variety show that has aired every year on the BBC since the early 90’s. Michael loved the fast-paced, last-minute rush of taking portraits of the legendary guest stars.
The photographer logo or wordmark is the foundation of your visual identity — the visual representation of your company’s core values or brand. A logo can drive the look and feel of all your marketing materials. After all, it appears anywhere your business name appears.
Brooklyn, New York-based photographer Michael Marquand travels to the far corners of the east to visit the remote villages of Southern Bhutan while on assignment for guided tour company MyBhutan. Known for its soaring mountains, traditional monasteries, and lush forests, the beauty, and intrigue of the Bhutanese culture was the ideal complement to Michael’s body of work that includes a strong focus on travel, people, culture, and food.
Miami-based commercial and editorial photographer James Jackman hit a milestone last week, headlining the food section of The New York Times as well as making the front page of the newspaper itself for a major commissioned article on the diverse bakery scene in Miami.
Philadelphia-based photographer Steve Boyle pays homage to former Olympic medalist Florence Griffith-Joyner in a shoot with fitness model Amber Callahan. Steve and Amber shot the retro style fitness shoot at a New Jersey high school track.
Peter Valli has shot the principal photography for nonprofit organization Pasadena Showcase House for the Art’s annual fundraiser for the past four years. His 20-year relationship of service with them has proved mutually beneficial, creating a network of both friends and clients.
Emily Andrews ventured around New York to photograph the artists featured in the NFT exhibition “Metaglyphs” for 1st Dibs Introspective Magazine. Not knowing quite what to expect at each location, the project proved to be quite the adventure.
Bryan Sheffield collaborates with Emily Andrews to produce a 4-day video and still photography shoot for Waterline Club, an amenity club designed by the Rockwell Group for residents of Waterline Square in NYC.
Carpinteria, Calif.-based Mikaela Hamilton captures the many women who are homesteaders throughout her local community for the Women’s Heritage Sourcebook. This project aligned with Mikaela’s deepening interest in sustainable practices and was a great opportunity to learn traditional skills from the women who use them every day.
Atlanta-based photographers Bagwell + Protasio delight the senses with a sweet and savory seasonal produce campaign for Publix grocery stores. Bagwell + Protasio’s knowledge of food photography resulted in a beautiful display of images – complimenting the color and textures of the produce in both still-life and recipe form.
Lawrence, Kansas-based Earl Richardson gains a different perspective while enhancing his photography skills through experimenting with drone imagery. He was eager to bring this birds-eye-view to his everyday life, where new angles provided Earl with an unconventional way of seeing his world.
Producer Craig Oppenheimer works with a pharmaceutical company to produce an estimate for a lifestyle shoot of talent interacting around a residential property. The client required unlimited use of all images captured in North America for one year.
Fashion meets functionality in a social media campaign shot by Portland, Oregon-based Richard Darbonne for the everyday footwear brand Sorel. Richard used playful, graphic imagery for their “12 Days of Christmas” feature, with separate looks for each shoe leading up to Christmas day.
Brooklyn, New York-based Julian Walter submerges in the crystal blue waters of Cocos Island while on assignment for inflight magazine Lufthansa. His two-week journey sent him both above and below sea level on this remote island in the pacific ocean.
During December, we saw the number of clicks and impressions decrease in relation to the preceding month. This is not surprising because December is a month where business seems to enter a kind of lull.
Phoenix, Arizona-based photographer Michael Duerinckx showcases an 8100-square-foot luxury vacation home in Scottsdale, Arizona for Est Est Interior Design. His beautiful images were later featured in Phoenix Home & Garden magazine and licensed by several parties involved in the massive project.
This December, our client outreach team was focused on updating companies in our client database. Our producers were also hard at work coordinating productions and making connections with agencies and clients in the energy, pharmaceutical, and aerospace industries.
Chicago-based food photographer Jason Little had the opportunity to be a kid again while teaming up with brand-new macaroni and cheese brand GOODLES to create imagery for the launch of their product. The bold and bright studio session was inspired by Jason and the client’s shared affinity for 1980s cinema.
Manchester-based photographer Duncan Elliott visited 200-year-old Stocks Farm in the Midlands of England during hop season to capture the intricacies of cultivating hops over the course of a farming year. This project inspired Duncan to produce a promotional mailer in collaboration with a local brewery and Stocks Farm, which he will distribute in February of this year.
Austin, Texas-based Jody Horton tours the kitchens of three incredible chefs to document subjects wearing the comfortable and stylish Crocs At Work footwear collection. His images helped set the brand standard for Crocs’ newest product line that features the real-life workers who make up their audience.