Evan Rummel is a fashion & portrait photographer based in New York. Evan finds inspiration from artists like Peter Lindbergh and Joey L. and works to create photographic work that brings a sense of pause to his viewers. He picked up his first camera in 2009 while traveling through Uganda and has since worked with numerous companies both internationally and locally. Evan’s eye for beauty in it’s most natural form is seen throughout his work, as his aim is to evoke deep, soulful responses from both his subjects and viewers.Evan has had the honor of partnering with clients like The Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute, Adidas, Hopeland, Deborah and Hugh Jackman, charity: water, Harper Collins Publishing, Alabaster Co., and All Saints.
I’m a Bay Area native with a heart, passion, and drive towards everything photography. I’ve traveled through the streets of Hong Kong capturing the street life, free climbed the limestone towers in Thailand strapped with a Go-Pro, and backpacked my way through Europe armed with my grandfather’s 35mm.Since going professional with my photography I’ve had the opportunity to work with many amazing brands, entertainers, record labels, and magazines. And I feel like I’m just getting started…
Highlighting unique qualities and capturing the experience is what I aim to do. I choose to focus on the edible and feel fortunate to do what I love, documenting others doing the same.I shoot food because I love to eat I love to cook, and I love how food brings people together. It has the power to make people happy, cure ailments, and celebrate culture.I shoot in an editorial style blending stories with marketing ideas.Editorial clients: Edible Asheville, WNC Magazine, Southern Living, Plate Magazine, Pasadena Magazine, The South, Savannah Magazine, Smoky Mountain Living, Taproot Magazine, The Local Palate, Monocle, Kiplinger’s Magazine, Good Grit Magazine, The Wall Street Journal.Commercial clients: The Art of Tea, Savannah Bee Company, Paula Deen Enterprises, The Deen Brothers, Mastro's Restaurant, Luna Grill, Katie Button Restaurants, Tupelo Honey, Luella's BBQ, The Old Mill, Kraft Foods, Explore Asheville, HBLuxe, Dietz and Watson, Shanti Elixirs, Caroline's Cakes, Hickory Nut Gap Farms, Looking Glass Creamery, Blossman Gas.
Mo has been producing iconic photography for over the last twenty years. He started in London working for emerging clients such as Dazed and Confused and has since developed a style that has been described as “polished rawness” that can be seen from his series “Black Gold” to advertising clients such as Nike.In the nineties his portrait work defined the urban, hip hop music and cultural scene photographing some of the pioneering legends of the genre culminating in an intimate behind the scenes documentary of Sean “P-Diddy” Combs.Mo shoots and directs portraits, beauty and still life for advertising and editorial clients. He is based in New York City.
I first picked up a camera at the age of 14, spending my time shooting rolls of film and developing images in the darkroom. Immediately after becoming qualified in professional photography I was offered an opportunity with one of New Zealand’s top Audio/Visual production companies. I spent 7 years creating, developing and producing product launches for New Zealand’s largest corporations; using various types of multi-media from theatrical lighting, to video/slide projection and interactive graphics, to set design and the most fun, pyrotechnics. During that time traveling around NZ, Australia and the Pacific my path led me into a period working in television production as a cinematographer and editor. My passion for photography and the desire to have my own business has allowed me run a successful business for almost a decade. In my spare time I will be out riding my MTB, surfing, kite surfing, snowboarding and even maintaining MTB tracks. In fact in 2006 I organized the world’s first mountain bike photo exhibition. The exhibition had images shot by the world’s best MTB photographers and was held during the world MTB champs in NZ. The beauty and excitement of this world keeps me traveling and discovering new places as much as possible.
I'm a photographer based in Nagoya, Japan. I specialize in industrial, travel, portraiture, food, news and documentary photography. Living in East Asia for 15 years, I have extensive experience photographing assignments throughout Korea and Japan.I am a contributing photographer with Cavan Images and AFLO, and a member of Wonderful Machine. If you need an editorial or commercial photographer in Japan, South Korea, or elsewhere, please contact me at [email protected] or call +81-80-8977-6855. You can view my print portfolio here.Editorial clients and publications include:The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, National Geographic Traveller (UK), BBC, CNN, NHK, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Lufthansa Exclusive, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Virtuoso Life, GEO
Stories are the reason I do what I do. Everyone has a story. Some are inspirational, some tragic. Stories can change the way we view the world around us and is why I have chosen to devote my career in the pursuit of storytelling. My love of cinema growing up and the stories narrated through the big screen have had huge influences in most of my work today.Creative in Place
Dirk Bruniecki is a photographer based in Munich. In 2001 he made his photography degree at Fachakademie für Photodesign, Munich. In the following two years he worked as a freelance photographer in Milano, Italy. Since 2004 he lives and works in Munich. He´s married and has 2 little boys.