Durham-based travel photographer Natalia Weedy takes on a fun campaign in Fayetteville, North Carolina, one that had her wading in marshes, hanging from a ropes course, and walking among life-size dinosaur replicas.
When London-based Tom Parker was hired by the wealthiest city in the world to aid their family-fun campaign, that balance was thrown into epic proportions with a team of 130 people, nearly 25 locations, and 150 hero shots.
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.
As there is much material for a lifestyle photographer in Orlando to work with, there is also enough need for their services to make ample room for much diversity in the talent that rises to the top. And perhaps that is because so few places can blend experiences that can be so adventurous, wholesome, and dynamic at once as Orlando.
This past winter, Cotton On Group’s Typo released an exclusive collection in Keith Haring’s honor, featuring items from floor rugs to soccer balls displaying his iconic artwork. For the campaign’s lifestyle imagery, they turned to Melbourne-based photographer Peter Tarasiuk.
To mark the release of its new hybrid SilentJet technology, luxury powerboat and motor yacht company Hinckley Yachts assigned Cate Brown to capture the images for its press release alongside a corresponding video campaign.
Schaefer Outfitter, the perennial tailor to everyone from farmers to ranchers, was set to launch a new collection last year, and they enlisted the services of Ketchum, Idaho-based photographer Hillary Maybery, for the job.