In a recent project for annual Louisville, Kentucky fashion show KMAC Couture, portrait photographer Clay Cook pushed the boundaries of imagination by creating 200 unique, abstract images using AI (artificial intelligence) tool Midjourney.
Andrew set out to create a personal project entitled LGBTQIA Portraits, built around capturing his queer family authentically and with the same eye and quality he brings to his celebrity and advertising work.
Last year, Poets & Writers, the nation’s largest nonprofit organization serving creative writers, contacted Nicole Loeb for help with their November/December issue: photograph New York Times best-selling novelist Celeste Ng.
Justin Jefferson is making quite a name for himself in American Football. ESPN decided to run an inside story and cover page on Justin’s journey to the NFL for their monthly magazine. They tasked Minneapolis portrait and documentary photographer Nate Ryan with taking the images.
For photographer Chris Edwards, his artistic approach shines through both his portraiture and interior photography. He came to Wonderful Machine to help highlight his eye for aesthetics and design across his entire brand.
Producer Bryan Sheffield aids a photographer in estimating a project for a restaurant group’s advertising campaign. The client needed a specialist in portraiture as well as food/drink in order to highlight the restaurant’s chefs along with their creations.
In a culture that routinely denounces talk of mental health, Vic Mensa is one of the rappers breaking the stigma. Vic spoke openly about his struggles with addiction and depression in an interview with Chicago Magazine. This compelling interview was photographed by Chicago-based editorial and commercial photographer Lyndon French.
As part of their 2022 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion report on Business and Politics, Dallas business publication D CEO recently interviewed three North Texas transgender executives who shared their personal and professional journeys.
During a recent project for global research partner EdTech, Reston, Virginia-based photographer Barry Harley captured Dr. Curtis Cain, an assistant professor at Howard University School of Business, for an article about how Cloud Computing Degree Programs can help fill workforce gaps.
When New Orleans-based photographer Lemar Arceneaux began to seek new clients he connected with Eloísa Garcia to help his portfolio reach numerous prospects. Many of them reached out with interest in his street-style portraits and live music documentation.
South Carolina-based Will Crooks photographs fellow creatives who live near him. Will considers these people friends and family, saying that there’s usually just one degree of separation between everyone.
Portland-based Pedro Oliveira talks with older women to get their perspectives on body empowerment, sexism, and ageism. The two-year project has been published across the world, including in Germany’s Der Spiegel.
Brunner Works’ creative director Dave Vissat recently reached out to Pittsburgh-based photographer Tom Cwenar with a challenge; he needed some help in bringing a larger presence to a little donut franchise in the area.
The Art Director of Backpacker Magazine, Genny Fullerton, reached out to Wisconsin-based photographer Sara Stathas to capture portraits of hiker Amber Hohnhorst for the “Survival” section of the publication.