Denver, Colo.-based Doug Gritzmacher revisits his family’s heritage as he spends a day with hay-baling farmers in the mountains of Colorado. His images provide an artistic look at a hot summer day tending crops in a town that sits 7,000 feet in the sky.
Denver-based Matt Nager balances beauty and industry in a recent assignment for a family-owned recycling and refining company Sabin Metal. In a day spent at their Rochester N.Y. factory, he documents the details of their operation and captures the captivating workers to help rebrand this 75-year-old company for the modern age.
Los Angeles-based photographer Emily Malan captured the iconic Hollywood culture at a Gucci show staged on the walk of fame outside the infamous TLC Chinese Theatre. Working with high-caliber celebrities like Jared Leto, Phoebe Bridgers, and Macauley Culkin her images showcased the glamourous event for a feature in Vogue.
Nashville, Tenn.-based William DeShazer takes a personal approach to the Kentucky Derby, an event that he grew up attending in his hometown of Louisville, Ky. and has returned to annually since 2014. His project was featured on aPhotoEditor’s The Art of the Personal Project.
Mexico City-based Lisette Poole recently traveled to Ciudad Juárez, where she met with countless mothers whose lives straddle the delicate balance that exists between the two countries. In a feature for National Geographic Magazine, she brings their story to a national audience, hoping to expose the vulnerabilities the women face as they seek asylum in a new world.
Los Angeles-based food photographer Rebecca Peloquin has defined her body of work by contrasting light and dark tones, as she lets the background of the image inform the mood of the dish. When hired to shoot two separate LA Times food features she takes each assignment in a different direction, with one style highlighting the complexity of the recipes while the other focuses on the simplicity of the ingredients.
Santa Fe, N.M.-based Minesh Bacrania joins Missy Begay and Shyla Sheppard of Bow & Arrow Brewery on a foraging trip near the rim of Canyon de Chelly, Ariz. His time spent with the two Native American brewmasters provided Outside Magazine with an authentic snapshot of how these women honor their connection to the land.
San Jose, Costa Rica-based Irene Peña finds inspiration in the colorful flowers that grow in this tropical region. In her latest project, she works with artist Angela Hurtado Pimentel to stage a series from Angela’s paper flora, drawing inspiration from the painterly style of baroque still life paintings.
Charleston-based Chad Savage recognizes the importance of every assignment, and the doors they open to the next new project on the horizon. Such was the case when a couples portrait session for Becker Chicaiza and his husband led to a product shoot highlighting their newest haircare line, Be Chic.
San Francisco-based pet photographer Mark Rogers laughs in the grass while on assignment for BarkBox’s newest outdoor dog bed campaign. As he lays down with local dogs he captures the warmth radiating from these furry friends as they relax during sunshine naps.
Donostia, Spain-based photographer Markel Redondo spends a week in the mountains of the French Pyrenees for a feature in National Geographic Traveller Magazine. He visits with the residents and their animals who keep the land’s timeless traditions through all seasons.
Los Angeles-based Jayme Burrows takes the reins on a rustic shoot for Breckenridge Brewery, a Colorado Beer brand set to launch their limited edition sampler pack. She styles the shoot around two women and their canine friend during an afternoon spent in coastal California.
Las Vegas-based Willy Branlund has been photographing artists over the last fifteen years for his project “In The Beginning”. While his subjects’ crafts and processes are varied, each artisan has dedicated decades to their work, a triumph of the spirit to which Willy pays tribute.
Portland, Ore.-based photographer Richard Darbonne meets with Olympia, Wash. farmer, Robby Rutledge, whose family has been harvesting pumpkins since before the region became Washington state. His family’s story lends itself to 1889 Magazine, a publication that relays all things authentic to the Evergreen State.
In one of our cutest emailers to date, we’re showing our appreciation for man’s best friend in this week’s Creative in Place: Unleashed! 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.
Charlotte-based Jackson Ray Petty takes a tour of the largest industrial knitting factory in London, the Albion Knitting Co. for luxury sportswear brand Peter Millar. As he witnesses the intricate processes that go into crafting each garment his images tell the story of the client’s designs, stitch by stitch.
Idaho-based Hillary Mayberry takes to the snow-capped mountains of Idaho in an assignment for outdoor apparel brand Ariat. While the shoot took place over the summer, Hillary worked to create the crisp feel of fall for the client’s newest seasonal line.
Portland-based photographer John Valls invites you to cozy by the fire, whether or not you live in the woods or a small apartment in the city. His images show the connections and conversations sparked around the campfire candles produced by Mandy and Stephen, the married couple who owns Nunya beeswax candles.
Hong-Kong-based Gareth Brown highlights the physicality of the body and its many moving parts in a new campaign for PURE fitness. His collage-like images separate the muscles in motion as the talent jumps into the next phase of their physical ability.
In his mixed-media project Paper Thin, Patrick Heagney uses paper and photography to build imagined worlds meant to mirror the constructed reality of our mindscapes. While some characters worry about the flimsy foundation of their lives others revel at the changes their new perspective has brought about.
Istanbul-based Bradley Secker sets out to see the 35th annual Turkish Camel Wrestling Festival, an ancient tradition in Turkey that is every bit the spectator’s sport as it was hundreds of years ago. He lends his thoughts and images to the New York Times to help tell the story of these dromedary creatures and the men who tend to them for their long lives.
Atlanta-based photographer John Fulton orchestrates a complex series that appeals to the elite clients of airline company HondaJet. While each image features a portrait of a world-class profession, the supplement details are authenticated through John’s ability to render them from 3D models.
In an assignment for Austrian scientific magazine Terra Mater, Markus Atlmann tours the Laboratory of Microbial Oceanography to meet with two researchers searching for a solution to the abundance of microplastics in our oceans.
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.