From Copenhagen to Stockholm, travel photographer Ulf Svane visited ten ports in eight countries during an 11-day voyage aboard Oceania Cruises Marina while on assignment for Travel + Leisure Magazine.
Montreal-based portrait photographer Bénédicte Brocard invited more than twenty well-known females of diverse ages and backgrounds to be photographed in her latest project. Her current photobook, Vraies: Un regard sur l’authenticité au féminin highlights these women as their authentic selves during candid moments.
St. Louis-based photographer Lou Bopp captured canines in motion in an active project for dog food brand Purina Pro Plan. He spent several days in the Santa Monica Mountains highlighting the connection to wild places that we share with our pets.
During a recent assignment for North Dakota Tourism’s Travel Guide, Washington, DC-based lifestyle photographer Ryan Donnell explored “The Peace Garden State” — highlighting its outdoor adventures, history, and culture that make it a must-see destination.
On a recent project for Stern Magazine, Munich-based portrait and editorial photographer Robert Brembeck captured images of Cardinal Reinhard Marx, a leading figure in Germany’s Roman Catholic Church and a member of Pope Francis’s advisory council.
Los Angeles-based architecture and interiors photographer Peter Valli appeared in Pasadena Magazine’s March/April 2022 issue — where he interviewed and photographed prominent interior designers making a name for themselves in the “Crown City.”
Scott Areman, a fine art portrait photographer based in Atlanta, is skilled at capturing his subjects with an authentic, dynamic, and intimate approach. During a recent trip to Savannah, Scott created a self-assigned project about the people, culture, and architecture of Georgia’s oldest city.
Seattle-based lifestyle photographer Cameron Karsten merges his Pacific Northwest style with the dry desertscapes of the southwest to curate images for Erem hiking boots — illustrating the brand’s passion for outdoor living and eco-friendly design.
Lisbon, Portugal-based landscape photographer Chandler Borries photographed Ecuador’s, Mashpi Lodge in the heart of the Choco rainforest reserve. His aerial image of the sustainable, remote eco-hotel was later featured in an article by Condé Nast Traveler
David Degner is a Boston-based adventure photographer who has been photographing athletes in some of the world’s most extraordinary locations, including Egypt and Mount Everest, for iFit’s immersive fitness technology.
Tokyo-based editorial portraiture and commercial photographer Irwin Wong’s latest work, “The Obsessed – Otaku, Tribes and Subcultures of Japan,” showcases compelling images of Japan’s diverse history and spectacular subcultures.
During a weeklong assignment for Bravera Bank, Atlanta-based lifestyle photographer Gregory Miller traveled across North Dakota to capture images for the rebranding of several brands that Bravera had acquired over the years.
Southern California-based commercial lifestyle photographer Erik Isakson has been working for Samsung as both a photographer and producer for nearly five years, providing images for a series of projects across many different industries.
In a recent OOH campaign, Los Angeles-based commercial and editorial photographer Tiffany Luong visited Aysha Harun to document a “day in the life” of this beauty and lifestyle creator from Toronto, Canada.
Boulder, Colorado-based brand narrative photographer Matt Trappe shoots Crocs’ summer “Come As You Are” campaign. As the most recognizable style of the brand, the classic clog was chosen as the face of the campaign — an iconic design that is synonymous with genuine comfort and is a blank canvas on which to write one’s own story.
Santa Fe, New Mexico-based portrait and brand narrative photographer Brandon Soder showcased the beauty and craftsmanship of Ramblin Rose Hat Co. by incorporating the stunning backdrop of his hometown.
Central Florida-based food photographer Suzanne Clements collaborates with the owner and founder of Moinkbox, a humanely raised and ethically sourced meat subscription box, to create a Moink-ed magazine that highlights the company and its products.
Austin, Texas-based documentary photographer Scott Van Osdol captured industrial photos for Crushing Tigers—an equipment supplier that sells and services huge rock crushers used in mining and construction.
Prior to the current Russo-Ukrainian war, Kyiv-based advertising food and product photographer Yaroslav Danylchenko maintained a seven year partnership with McDonald’s Ukraine. Forced to flee his home and studio, Yaroslav is currently working remotely and having conversations with people all over the globe, trying to find new partners and clients.