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.
Based in Portland, Oregon and Maui, Hawaii, Susan Seubert is a lifestyle and travel photographer, which sometimes includes the adventure of wildlife photography. She has traveled to over 25 destinations as National Geographic’s Photography Expert.
Portrait and fashion photographer Emily Malan had the exciting opportunity to photograph Quinta Brunson – the creator, star, and executive producer of ABC’s documentary-style sitcom, Abbott Elementary. Emily’s photographs of Quinta (and her home) were featured in an article for The Hollywood Reporter.
Steve Boyle, a sports photographer based in Philadelphia, was contacted by visuals editor at Golf Digest, Ben Walton, to photograph former New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia on the course at the Alpine Country Club in Demarest, NJ for the February 2022 issue.
Tel Aviv, Israel-based conceptual photographer Ronen Goldman recently incorporated his surreal style in an assignment for FreezeM. He helped strengthen PR with environmental portraits of the team, and took macro images to document their process.
Greenville, S.C.-based photographer Jack Robert Connolly and his Ukrainian-born wife, Karolina, were moved by their close connections to the Ukrainian conflict and sought to take action to aid those in need. Their grassroots efforts have raised over $50,000 to provide direct support to Ukraine.
Kellogg’s of Mexico’s new line of cereal Panaderia was photographed by Mexico City-based food photographer Yuri Benitez. The unique twist on a household favorite honors four traditional sweet breads found in Mexican Bakeries.
Brooklyn-based commercial photographer Michael Marquand incorporated his knack for seamlessly blending color, composition, light, and texture when creating high-quality product imagery for premium tea company Pure Leaf. Michael created digital assets for their online ads, social media campaigns, and packshots.
Falmouth, Mass.-based lifestyle photographer Leah Fasten captures “bad photos” for Progressive Insurance character Dr. Rick’s book. His book, “Dr. Rick Will See You Now: A Guide to Un-Becoming Your Parents,” is a handy guide filled with strategies, exercises, and the advice you need to become less like your parents every single day.
During the pandemic, Los Angeles-based still life photographer John Cizmas deepened his relationship with his yard while watching the details of his various flowers and plants change as they grew and developed. This series as a way to remember the special experience.
To commemorate the 90th birthday of the biologist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, portrait photographer Mark Harrison, based near London, was called upon by Radio Times for an adorable cover feature with a lion cub.