Cassandra Klepac partners with Cape Bottle Room to bring her own authentic brand of fresh PR imagery to a new Austin bar focused on exclusively sustainable South African wine located underground.
Chuk Nowak uses his dual-expertise in food and portrait photography to capture the best culinary talent in Detroit being nominated by the prestigious the James Beard Foundation Awards.
William Crooks steps out of his usual specialty, and country, to embrace the unknown in shooting the automotive maestros of Japan, legendary for inspiring the vehicles in American films including The Fast & The Furious franchise, for Road & Track magazine.
As part of an ongoing personal series, Christian Tisdale photographed Mischa Chandler of Golden Cariboo Honey, an apiary in Lillooet, Canada.
Darien Robertson helped the TRUMPF Group show how UEKI Steel is using its precision laser-cutting machine in its new maasa product line.
When New Balance wanted Mary Beth Koeth to photograph Coco Gauff for their new line of tennis shoes, Wonderful Machine was there to help.
Cardiff, United Kingdom-based Francesca Jones collaborated with Rugby Journal on a feature shoot on three young Welsh Tongan rugby players.
USA International Ballet Competition reached out to Tuscaloosa, Alabama-based Michael J. Moore for help promoting the June 2023 event.
Tilburg, Netherlands-based René van der Hulst captured a portrait of seafood entrepreneur Rem van den Bosch and his Mosselburger for Quote.
Miami-based portrait photographer Sonya Revell helped the Sleek Machine agency with its “The Why Behind the Wish” for Make-A-Wish MA & RI.
Altamonte Springs, Florida-based Brian Carlson helped Magnolia Journal capture new assets for a profile feature in its Spring 2023 issue.
Fort Myers, FL-based lifestyle photographer Brian Tietz brought his new skills as a drone pilot to his most recent project for Gulfshore Life.
Tampa, Florida-based agricultural photographer Jeremiah Wilson shot the cover for Florida Farm and Family magazine’s Spring 2023 issue.
Artist Mike Frost reached out to lifestyle photographer Nick Barnes to help frame his new brand as a painter and its striking world of color.
Fashion photographer Jackson Ray Petty helped lifestyle brand Malbon Golf capture assets for its new “Health Seekers and Golfers” collection.
This June, The Bob and Diane Fund and its first 7 grantees will present “Losing Self,” an inaugural group show, at Photoville in Brooklyn, NY.
San Diego-based industrial photographer Frank Rogozienski helped logistics provider Taylored Services freshen up its brand.
Mumbai-based Parikshit Rao was not a fan of ‘playing with colors,’ and, before last March, had not been to a Holi festival in over 20 years.
We worked with photographer Rey Lopez on the shoot production for an exciting new venture, The Square – a chef-driven food hall opening this summer in Washington, DC.
Mexico City-based conceptual photographer Walter Shintani recently helped CityUnscripted capture an insider’s view of CDMX to match their brand identity as a highly-personalized travel startup.
Nicole helped AFAR & JPMorgan Chase capture a local’s guide to Austin as part of their launch for the Chase Sapphire Reserve airport lounges.
Phoenix-based Steve Craft has seen more than his share of magazine cover shoots, most recently a portrait of Shannon Lawson for StateTech.
For Douarnenez-based social documentary photographer Jean-Marie Heidinger working for GEO France was the realization of a childhood dream.
Michael Marquand had always thought of banks as having very traditional design and media—this changed in his new project for Deutsche Bank.
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.
Wonderful Machine is a network of
photographers and producers who work on projects for publications, agencies, and brands around the world. Here are some of those stories.