Tuson, Arizona-based conceptual photographer Katelin Kinney uses her colorful and surreal style to create a miniseries that reflects how her style can translate from static studio scenes to imagery with models, all while achieving one cohesive look.
From the novel to the iconic, Los Angeles is home to culinary experiences that’ll have you salivating in a heartbeat. To capture all the amazing dishes the city has to offer, our list of the best food photographers in Los Angeles will be a great starting point.
Tokyo-based Irwin Wong wanted to focus his efforts on the creative aspect of his photography, so he reached out to Wonderful Machine for marketing help. Our creative consultant Larry Westler aided in the search for new clients with a focus on Irwin’s specialties: automotive imagery and artisanal craftsmen.
Wonderful Machine’s Senior Photo Editor Honore Brown speaks at the Women Photograph Virtual Workshop 2022 in a program called Agencies & Collectives, along with agent Kristina Hicks of Illuminated Media International and photographer Karla Gachet of the Ayun photo collective.
The technological advances of the last decade have made drones and drone cameras affordable and commonplace. Now there are many photographers who prefer to hire a professional drone pilot rather than do it themselves and here’s why…
We are pleased to announce that Wonderful Machine’s Producer and Marketing Specialist, Eloisa Garcia, has been granted an exhibition at The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), the most important public research university in Mexico City. Inspired by her book 707 days in Algeria, the exhibit showcases images from her experience living in this North African country for nearly two years, and is scheduled to run from September 27th through October 28, 2022.
Gina Martin created The Bob and Diane Fund to honor her late parents and support photographers who are telling stories about patients and families living with Alzheimer’s disease. Visual storytellers are invited to submit their photo essays through October 23rd, 2022.
Mexico City-based Annick Donkers dives into the world of alien encounters and UFO sightings for her photobook Un-Identified. Looking for those with extraterrestrial experiences, Annick toured Mexico and the American Southwest to find first-hand accounts of this close community of believers.
Our Client Outreach team has been working diligently this month updating client records for companies and individuals in our ever-growing database. Let’s take a closer look at the roles within Wonderful Machine’s client outreach team and see what they’ve been working on.
Architectural photographer Elias Hassos captured the ornate beauty of a centuries-old home in Austria for AD Germany’s September 2022 issue. The home was recently renovated by British designer Tom Bartlett of Waldo Works.
Stephanie Avilés, Tara Todras-Whitehill 12 September 2022
Imagine the iron-willed defiance of a protester, a mother’s tender touch, or the resilience on the face of a refugee. This type of powerful imagery is what we call social documentary photography. It strikes a delicate balance between documenting real-life and inspiring social change.
August began and ended in luxury, with adventure in the middle! We started the month with Shoot Production: The Waterline Club, headed into the wild for Creative In Place: The Outdoor Type, and closed out toasting to an endless summer in Creative In Place: Paradise Found.
As summer nears an end, our stock requests centered around travel and lifestyle imagery. We received two requests in August — AAA Westways Magazine was seeking photos of the French countryside and the American Cancer Society inquired about lifestyle images of women over age 40.