Portland-based food photographer Dina Ávila spends two days in the woods staging a campout for Eater. With a combination of natural features, authentic props, and genuine smiles she creates a staged a thoroughly realistic-looking camping experience.
Austin-based photographer John Davidson helps tell the story of Pecos Jane, a young woman who mysteriously drowned in a motel pool fifty-five years ago. His images provide the visual clues that follow a detective-style article published in the August edition of Texas Monthly.
Somerset-based interior photographer Anya Rice returns to the Cornish coast, where she spent nearly ten years living among fellow artisans including interior designer Robert Carslaw. For this trip, she journeys to Robert’s historic home to feature his unique style for House & Garden magazine.
LA-based fashion photographer Emily Malan spends a day with young Paralympian and activist, Ezra French, to capture his athleticism for an editorial feature in Teen Vogue. Sports photography was a new avenue for Emily, one that paralleled Ezra’s aspiration to succeed at anything he tries.
Oakland-based Chava Oropesa acts as both artist and photographer when shooting carefully crafted product imagery for all-natural skincare brand Tuel. Through his practiced hand he stages each element to shine on its own while producing a blend of ingredients that mirrors the herbal infusions themselves.
Missouri-based photographer Lauren Pusateri highlights female-identifying Kansas City residents through ‘A Real Nice Lady’ campaign. The creative platform showcases exceptional ladies and shines a light on their personal and professional ventures through a series of vibrant images and intimate interviews.
Phoenix-based photographer Steve Craft tours an array of stylish houses for Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine. He blends his own expertise in portraiture with architectural imagery as he tells the story of this unique community.
Portland-based photographer Molly Strohl uses her gift for gifs to create mesmerizing moving images for Brooklyn boutique Shop Sounds. Molly’s work showcases the brand’s body oils while transporting the viewer to vignettes that evoke the products’ natural origins.
Phoenix-based photographer Blair Bunting documents America’s railways through a personal series inspired by his childhood memories. For this project, Blair journeys through the American Southwest to capture moving trains and the natural landscapes they pass through each day.
San Fransisco-based food and travel photographer Angela DeCenzo follows the “yellow block road” when she journeys along the California Cheese Trail for National Geographic Traveller. As she enters a world of vibrant flavors and fresh ingredients she discovers just how much work goes into America’s favorite dairy product.
DC and LA-based photographer John Davis has traveled all over America to document the essential work of non-profit organizations of all kinds. While he’s used to being a quiet observer, he recently had the chance to connect with volunteers when shooting testimonials for AmeriCorps “What’s At Your Core” campaign.
Denver-based Kody Kohlman discovers that friends can make great subjects as he documents his pals on an outdoor bike-packing trip. The crew’s two-week adventure on the Colorado Trail was the source of inspiration in Kody’s recent film C-Team for New Belgium’s Fat Tire.
Nashville, TN based photographer Abigail Bobo steps inside Caliber Collision’s auto repair shop in Dallas to capture the brand’s employees at work. Abigail’s compelling images reflect the passion and commitment of these real-life professionals.
Washington, DC-based food photographer Laura Chase de Formigny recently took on the challenge of producing, directing, and photographing a recipe-driven lifestyle shoot inspired by the arrival of her daughter Frances Clémentine. The bright, summery images were used to create a creative mailer that brings to life Laura Chase’s fresh photography style and showcases her creative abilities to prospective clients in an exciting physical package.
Photographer Egan Parks ventures to Lexington, KY, where he captures the lifestyle of actor and farmer Steve Zahn in a feature for The Hollywood Reporter. His film portraits set a classic feel to the pastoral scenery and create a sense of timelessness that parallels Steve’s passions.
Outdoor and adventure photography rarely leaves room for staging and setting a shoot. For Seattle-based photographer Ed Sozinho, this documentary aspect of wild locations was essential in creating stories around local craftsmen in an assignment for Case Knives.
Lucie Wicker specializes in athletic and portrait photography. She has been establishing herself in the greater Boston area for 10 years. Her connections throughout the community have led to many assignments, including a recent shoot for female-owned apparel brand Bold Body.
Birmingham-based Rob Culpepper balances architectural photography and portraiture in his series for Barrett Austin’s new book, Of Common Origin. His imagery follows the work of seven residential architects and cultivates a unique story that hilghlights their desgins, personalities, and lifestyles.
Raleigh-based photographer Bryan Regan features a hidden gem in his hometown for local publication Walter Magazine. He takes us to the Wake County Speedway, a NASCAR-sanctioned racetrack that offers a full day of fun for this small town’s residents.
Stockholm, Sweden-based photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström specializes in travel and lifestyle photography. For her latest project for the Electrolux Food Foundation, she applied her expertise to the sustainable food movement, including photographing all the content for the launch of REPLATE, a new online initiative that seeks to inspire people to make more sustainable food choices.
Warsaw-based Wojciech Grzedzinski is an international photojournalist whose work has gained recognition for its authenticity and integrity. In a project for Republik Magazin, he ventured to the streets of his country to document the widespread protests that erupted in response to an anti-abortion law.
Portland-based photographer Bill Purcell balances exterior and interior beauty as he shoots a newly built home for the Wall Street Journal. The home’s modern architecture finds harmony with the multi-cultural aesthetics of its residents, as an international couple sets roots on American soil.
Los Angeles-based photographer Natasha Lee recently photographed Han Suk Cho for a feature in Plate Magazine, where she is credited with redefining N/A cocktails. Natasha’s images showcase the young entrepreneur and her layered libations for her company Zero Proof Bevs.