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.
After summer 2022’s unprecedented forest fires in Bohemian Switzerland, Jiří Lízler worked with České Švýcarsko on a tongue-in-cheek campaign to invite tourists back to the region. The objective? Make it clear that they’ve been missed.
Visit Lauderdale, the Official Tourism Marketing Agency for Broward County, Florida, recently launched its new campaign, “Everyone Under the Sun.” The man behind the visuals of the campaign was Miami-based lifestyle photographer George Kamper.
Helsinki is nicknamed the “Pearl of the Baltic Sea,” and with good reason. Finland’s capital city is renowned for its innovative art, culture, and architecture. Understated, Helsinki’s deep admiration for nature, tradition, and a balanced way of life is the secret behind the capital’s budding reputation.
In a recent editorial assignment for travel magazine SUITCASE, Bath, UK-based photographer Toby Mitchell headed to the Nordic city.
Nagoya, Japan-based photographer Ben Weller has been working with National Geographic Traveller (UK) since 2019 and was recently commissioned to capture the historic Kansai region for a series of sponsored articles for the Kansai Tourism Bureau.
Los Angeles-based Margo Moritz, alongside her partner and fellow WM member Tom Kubik, travels cross-country from West to East on Amtrak. During the eight-day round trip — in between which was client shoot in New York — Margo photographed Amtrak employees and some of America’s most beautifully undisturbed vistas.
Whenever architectural photographer Jason Keen lands work out of the country, he builds in time to explore with his camera. Check out some of the shots he’s created while on assignment in China and Vietnam