Lucy is a Chicago based portrait, food and lifestyle photographer. Her thoughtful compositions, documentary approach and bold use of color result in artful storytelling across all subjects.Recently her work was included in American Photography 35 and 36. In 2018 She was selected as one of The Lit List’s 30 under the radar photographers and received a Communications Arts award for Advertising photography.When not taking photos, she's often at her studio or snacking out and about in Logan Square. She deeply appreciates a good cup of coffee and would love to read your tarot cards.
Colin Miller is a photographer based in New York City. He began shooting architecture and interiors with a series of photographs of empty theaters in New England. He now focuses on hospitality and residential projects throughout the world. Monacelli Press will be publishing his first book in November 2019 titled Hotel Chelsea: Living in the Last Bohemian Haven. The book profiles current permanent residents who have persisted amid the transformation of the hotel in richly detailed portraits and photos of their unique spaces. His stock photography is available on Gallery Stock and he recently joined the production company Wonderful Machine. His work has been published in a variety of magazines, books and websites including Interior Design, Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, The New York Times, Town and Country, O Magazine and Communication Arts among many others. He studied photography at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
Jackie has been working as a professional freelance photographer since 2005. She has worked on projects ranging from companies' national ad campaigns such as Nutrena to taking lifestyle imagery for local independent companies. She was the lead photographer for Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment, the largest farm equipment company in the United States, for nearly 7 years and continues to work with them on large scale projects. Her passion for agriculture mixed with her knowledge of horses and various other animals helps her to create compelling images for companies while working in various climates and situations.
Contact Sean because in 1986 his mullet could kick Patrick Swayzy's mullet's ass. Since the eighties Sean has been living vicariously through himself. A world traveler that has been quoted as saying, "I ain't pretty but I do smell bad". He's a self made hundredaire and an acid reflux survivor. He is sponsored by by Snuggie and popcorn and is an active activist against world suck. He's reported to be a mediocre stunt double for himself and as result I huge contributor in orthopedic benevolence. He is funny, has fantastic people skills, is pretty good at making photographs and can be fun to work with. Services include photographic and motion production, consulting and education. : )
Kyoko Fierro is an advertising and editorial photographer based in Vancouver. Her specialty includes product catalog, food & beverage, and home & décor photography for various commercial clients.She is a regular contributor to Western Living & Vancouver magazines, and her work has appeared in ELLE Decoration, Edible Vancouver, Bon Appétite, Food & Wine, Food Network, Rue Magazines, and more.
star·board & port ˈstär-bərd & ˈpȯrt1: a nautical term referring to the left and right sides of a waterborne vessel.2: S&P is driven through George’s attention to detail and precision in conjunction with Chase’s creative visualization and communication.Starboard & Port was born on a sandy beach in New Jersey when two creatives came together through their fondness of travel and photography. With a clink of a bourbon glass, they headed out West to plant roots in Springfield, Missouri. The foundation of S&P is simple; innovators perfecting their craft while creating remarkable images. With over 20 years combined experience stretching from the Atlantic and Pacific, both Co-Captains of Starboard & Port bring something unique to the table.3400 sq ft downtown studioFull kitchen, client lounge, conference & work space
I think sharing food is a fundamental way for us to connect, understand, and celebrate each other. It’s something we all look forward to: a cocktail or dinner at the end of the day, a recipe handed down, a pizza. That’s what makes food celebratory.With the onset of COVID-19, and people all over the world having to practice social isolation, these values surrounding food have been amplified. We swap recipes, share pictures of dishes we’ve made and the nostalgic memories they bring — to fill the void left by the absence of human interaction. Food it seems is the common thread in our lives, sustenance for many, history, culture, and memory for some but, identity for all.My photographs seek to highlight these meaningful connections between people and food.Creative in Place
My name is Greg. I grew up in the South. I never say no to black coffee and chess pie. I know a little bit about a lot of stuff. Like how to tie a bowline, when to prune a rose bush and what makes a tasty rub. I like to pan-fry, sautee, bake, roast and grill whatever I can get my hands on. I married a woman who likes fast cars. Together, we have a couple of kids, a couple of dogs and a trailerful of outdoor gear that is mostly mine. I love my job because I get to meet people from all walks of life. I’ve photographed truck drivers, crabbers, mariachi and linemen. Robot makers, whiskey makers, fridge makers and nut pickers. Professional wrestlers, UN ambassadors, hall-of-famers and polka enthusiasts. Surgeons, CEOs, Air Force One pilots and brewers. Every person I frame up with my camera gives me a little more insight and a broader understanding of what it means to be a person living a life on this planet. Whether I'm telling the stories of real people or working with casting agents to gather the group you like, you can bet I’ll connect with whomever we have on the other side of my camera. Gimme a call and let’s go make some pictures!