Isla Holbox is a stretch of 26 miles, where some of the only forms of travel are to bike, swim, or walk the sandy roads on foot. Chicago-based Sandy Noto was recently hired by luxury hotel Punta Caliza to capture their beachside property for an upcoming feature on Cool Hunting’s blog.
Dallas-based architectural photographer Jasmine Anwer photographed a rooftop conservatory, built by BC Greenhouse Builders, that serves as the residential clubhouse at The Drakestone apartment community in Downtown Dallas.
Berlin-based corporate and advertising photographer Markus Altman was commissioned by Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economics’ Digital Hub Initiative to shoot all of their 16 Hubs across the nation, as well as the start-ups currently based there.
Lee Runion and Jennifer Bostic of Black Horse Productions worked on a visual rebrand for fast food chain Zaxby’s. It’s an ongoing campaign that sees the duo collaborating with Zaxby’s beyond the 2022 photoshoots.
The Pine Tree State, per capita, is the oldest in the US, and with that aging population comes a wide range of trends, stories, and issues. Brewer, Maine-based photographer Jason Paige Smith explores this in his project The Oldest State.
Travel and lifestyle photographer Antonio Cuellar was commissioned by Qatar Airways to shoot a large campaign for the airline in anticipation of the World Cup in Doha. It had been a few years since Qatar had taken an overall shot of the brand, and they wanted to highlight the luxury they offer when travelling to over 150 destinations worldwide.
Destroying a LEGO spaceship and building a table with wood and C-stands. It was all part of Vancouver-based photographer Erich Saide’s photoshoot for Best Buy Canada, part of their Back to School campaign of Fall 2022.
Since 2016, Germany-based photographer Erol Gurian has been running a photojournalism workshop in Beirut, Lebanon. The participants aren’t your typical students: teenagers residing in the capital’s refugee camps.
After designer Lori Paranjape converted a 1920s dairy barn into a rustic retreat for its owners, New York-based Andy Ryan was called in to take some photographs. One of them ended on the cover of last summer’s Country Living Magazine.