Photographer Sean Scheidt memorializes his family members in a six-year project that documents the time spent with his aging grandparents. As he chronicles the intimate moments shared in times of sadness and joy, he contributes to the legacy of his family and hopes his children can know them better through this series.
Texas native Buff Strickland heads to Driftwood Golf Club and Ranch to capture the endless activities available to Austin’s club members. Whether you unwind with a drink or hit the links, her images entice you to seek comfort at this relaxing resort.
Photographer Francis Hills recently came to Wonderful Machine searching for a new, London-based clientele. Photo Editor and consultant Victoria Cagol helped him build a new client list, including agents, ad agencies, and publications that best fit his style and passions.
Richmond-based photographer Tyler Darden meets a Virginian family who has built their own field of dreams. In an assignment for Virginia Living, he photographs the Parrish Family at their farm, where every Autumn they invite thousands to participate in pumpkin picking and other seasonal activities.
There’s a reason that 64% of small businesses use email marketing to reach customers — it’s a useful tool for photographers to promote their work to existing and potential clients. In this article, we’ll help you get started and share best practices you can use to create a more effective email marketing strategy.
Put on your safety goggles and grab your lab coat for this week’s Creative In Place: Weird Science! Creative In Place is a collection of images showing how our extensive network of photographers & videographers can deliver visual solutions just about anywhere in the world.
New-Orleans based photographer Greg Miles takes inspiration from the unique energy of the Jazz artists who serenade the city streets. His dark and mysterious style lends itself to eyewear brand Dita in a recent assignment inspired by the luxury of the 1920s.
For the last fifteen years, Chicago-based photographer Kirsten Miccoli has played with her portraiture to bring a quality of fine art into her conceptual projects. In her latest series, Digital Renaissance, Kirsten opens a window into her creative world, as she reimagines classic painting styles for the modern age.
LA-based photographer Michael Julius brings harmony to a youthful brand with a vintage classic rock style in a recent assignment for New Republic shoes. This campaign called for his favorite medium, film photography, which adds an authentic and candid feel to their fashionable footwear.
A large food manufacturer needed an industrial and lifestyle photographer for images of a food manufacturing facility. The food manufacturer went to a medium-sized agency to find what they needed and Craig Oppenheimer helped the photographer quote the campaign.
Melbourne-based photographer Peter Tarasiuk mirrors the minimalist approach of furniture brand Ensemble when staging a studio-quality shoot in a renovated corner of their factory. The youthful and vibrant furnishings match the energy of the design team, who trusted Peter to capture the value of their hard work.
Austin-based lifestyle photographer Inti St. Clair spends a day capturing the smiles of families in a lifestyle shoot for Arm & Hammer’s Clean & Simple campaign. Her positive persona helped produce wide eyes and genuine laughs as she photographed the simple moments of these captivating kids.
As summer comes to a close, and cool fall temperatures begin in the Northeast United States, our dedicated outreach team — consisting of Jen M., Victoria, Julie, Denise, Greg, Laura, Jen, Chris, Bryan, and Craig — has been connecting with clients and diligently updating records in our extensive database.
Brooklyn-based photographer Michael Marquand returns to the holy city of Varanasi for Lodestar Anthology magazine’s recent issue on India. Michael was fortunate to experience the city amid thousands of Hindu pilgrims during the colorful celebration of life: the Holi festival.
Squamish-based photographer Christian Tisdale explores the skills and spaces of artisans in his local community for his personal project “Makers.” As he delves into their processes and personalities, he develops a deeper connection to these creators while also identifying with the maker in himself.
Greenville-based photographer Will Crooks gets to know digital creator Beeple for a British GQ article naming him as Artist of the Year. This assignment came about as a result of Beeple’s “Everyday” project, a collection of 5,000 digital prints, which recently sold for $69 million dollars as an NFT.
São Paulo-based photographer Claus Lehmann explores the seasons for a new campaign with allergy relief company Allegra. As he takes to the streets of his city, he discovers the places and parks where people combat pollutants of all kinds.