Bryan Regan is a Raleigh, NC based commercial and editorial photographer, a photography school dropout who learned his craft assisting photographers across the country back in the days of film. Whether in his downtown studio or on location photographing people, products or places,Regan’s passion for storytelling comes through in his images. When he’s not booked, he’s out shooting personal projects and spending time with his family.
My true north: I am a photographer, storyteller, and traveler. Growing up with a mom who always had one eye behind her Canon AE1, my appreciation for capturing images is well-rooted in my genes. Specializing in connecting with subjects on a personal level, I strive to capture sincere expressions and moments. New projects and environments energize me, and I am always eager to travel to catch the story.A few ideas for photo assignments or projects I am especially interested in: Women in farming, organic agriculture in general, projects about the American Midwest, art activism, women fighting for social justice using art, stories regarding orthorexia, ESL teachers abroad (specifically Japan, where my experience was), rural Japan, death and dying, hospice care, aging in rural areas . . .
Ryan Bater & Joshua Street are a British London-based photographer duo. Specialising in editorial, commercial beauty photography and moving image.Bater & Street have shot with clients such as Chanel, Sephora, Nails INC, M·A·C, Soap & Glory, Incredible Cosmetics, Harrods. Worked with magazines such as L’Officiel, Arcadia, D’Scene, Glamour, Laha. They have also appeared on TV shows as guest photographers such as BBC’s; The Apprentice & more.Being partners in and out of work for over 8 years, the duo have built up a reputation in the industry as being ‘the fun boys’ to work with. Usually seeing the world through a warm tinted pair of glasses, the duo’s style is seamlessly polished, whilst not being out of reach to the viewer.Bater & Street pride themselves in doing their own post production for both stills and motion in-house. With a meticulous eye for detail, the duo constantly strive for perfected realism.
I have been a professional photographer since 2010. My professional experience as photographer started after completing university studies in environmental enginear. My work concerns interior photography, editorials, portrait and reportage.Since 2015 I have started a collaboration with Oyster.com, a Tripadvisor company, regarding hotels and cruise ships photography. I have been also working with Save The Children Italia and SOS bambini since 2018. I collaborate with platforms regarding travel and lifestyle photography such as Booking.com and Shoot My Travel. My photos have been published in The New York Times, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine, Internazionale Magazine, SNC Magazine, Monocle and in several Italian web magazines.
I love to create moving pictures. And I shoot people. Happily! For a long time that made me a just photographer. Then the Camera Gods decided that squeezing really big sensors into pretty darn small video cameras was a good idea. And I agreed. Vigorously! Suddenly video became beautiful. It looked, well... photographic! So Ewan PhotoVideo was born. I'm 17 years into this wonderful/crazy career and have never felt as excited about the creative possibilities ahead as I do right now . Everyone assumes I must have a preference but truly I do love stills and video equally. The whole 'moving pictures' concept just rocks my world! Environmental portraiture is for sure my first love. However, what excites me so much now about this new era of cinematic video is the opportunity to bring those portraits and their stories to life! Random Facts I am from Edinburgh, which makes me Scottish and also British. Seriously. I have a First Class Honours Degree in Applied Physics. I was an expatriate petroleum engineer and change consultant for Shell International for 9 years. Living in Holland was way more fun than I expected it to be. I love marrying Canadian women. It's one of my favourite things to do.
After attending Antonelli Institute, I started photographing professionally in and around the Philadelphia area in 1989. Back then, I shot large and medium format film for such clients as Wills Eye Hospital, Mutual of New York, and Scudder Financial.In 2004, I switched over to weddings where my expertise in editorial-style lighting set me apart from other photographers in the area.Now, my focus (no pun intended) is on making architectural images. A professionally-designed building is a mix of engineering and humanity. They are made to be an extension of us and I find that amazing.
My passion for photography started when I was 12 years old. My father handed me his Nikon camera and told me to go down to the Texas Stadium sideline and take photos of my brother who was playing football. When we got the film back a few days later we were both pleasantly surprised. I can still remember the exhilaration of that moment. I get that same feeling today when I see the image flash in my viewfinder and later again on my computer. Especially now that I'm doing what I love for people who really need that special image for their company.
Nicole Franco is a Mexican-American documentary and commercial photographer. She studied at the Santa Reparata International School of Art in Florence, Italy and is a graduate of the Academy of Art University. She is a native to California but has spent the last 6 six years based out of Central Mexico. Nicole frequents still to Los Angeles for work. Some clients include Microsoft, San Francisco General Hospital, AVON, El Jimador Tequila, Futerra, The View, ESPN, Driscoll's, The Hospital Infantil Mexico City, Lions Club International, Planet Water, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times, People en Español magazine, Airbnb, Netflix, and National Geographic.