Ben is an editorial and commercial photographer based in New York City. While finishing his degree in Economic Policy at NYU, he undertook an internship with Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer/director Vincent Laforet, and has been working for a range of clients ever since. He's photographed over 600 assignments for The New York Times, and has completed dozens of non-profit and commercial projects. He's also been sent on assignment for The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and other publications. His work has been recognized by American Photography, POYi, nominated for PDN 30, and other distinctions.
Julien is a Paris-based editorial photographer.
Commissioned: Paris Match, Le Point, Le Monde, Le Figaro Magazine, Forbes Afrique, L’Obs, Magazine L'Equipe, Le Parisien Mag, La Vie, L’Express, Science et Avenir, Challenges, Femmes ici et Ailleurs, Les Echos, Paris World Wide, 3 Etoiles, Vigneron Magazine, France Football...
Emmanuel was born in 1977 in Saumur (loire valley). Torn between his two passion, music and photography, he decided for the second as a career. In 1997, he served during his military time in Paris at the etablissement cinematographique et photographique des armees. This job led him to work closely with the French government. For four years, he then continued to follow the prime minister at the time, Lionel Jospin in all his national and international trips as its official photographer, confronting himself to a wide range of situations and subjects. once Jospin's mandate ended, Emmanuel left the administration and joined imapress agency in 2001 covering societal and political stories. Rich from these experiences, he decided to go freelance in 2004 and has been multiplying collaborations with various wire agencies (Reuters, Gamma, Strates) publications and corporations worldwide since then. Along with long term personal projects about Tchernobyl and immigration issues in France, he covers various stories about politics, sports, lifestyle, and fashion always in a very personal style and numerous corporate and editorial portraits.
Roman (Ronny) Rozenberg is an independent photographer and visual artist. His journalistic work was published in the New York Times, Die Welt, STERN, Guardian, Haaretz, Global Post, NPR, Huffington Post and other national and international publications. His personal work tends to blend layers of fictional and imaginative, in order to retrace and reimagine alternative realities that are hiding behind the ones revealing themselves to us as ‘facts on the ground’.
Roman is a past partcipant of Eddie Adams Workshop XXV and Noorderlicht Masterclass. He speaks Russian, English, Dutch and Hebrew.
Agaton Strom is a Swedish born photographer based in New York City. He has published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, El Pais, New Yorker, BBC, Harpers Bazaar, GQ, Esquire, Haaretz, Politico, Le Monde, Village Voice, Newsday, Interview Magazine, The Believer, Plaza, Residence, Svenska Dagbladet among others.
I'm Grant (he/him)!
I'm a photographer based in Western Washington State, USA. I work as both an editorial and commercial photographer, the latter often in a storytelling and natural style.
I do my best to make photographs that are timeless, relatable and to the point, but with an art-driven aesthetic. Personally, I'm interested in exploring human geography and our awareness of the spaces that make us who we are.
In my free time I like to tinker on bicycles and trucks, nap with my dogs, and hunt for the best hole-in-the-wall sandwich or taco shop.
Whitney Curtis is a photographer based in St. Louis, Missouri, who tells visual stories for a wide range of editorial, commercial and nonprofit clients.
After graduating with a degree in photojournalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia, Whitney worked as a staff photojournalist at The Kansas City Star, northern Utah’s Standard-Examiner and the Daily Herald in suburban Chicago.
She is an alumna of the Eddie Adams Workshop, Missouri Photo Workshop and NPPA's Multimedia Immersion Workshop. She has also received hostile environment and first aid training. As an editorial photojournalist, her work has been honored by the Associated Press, NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism and Women in Photojournalism. Her work has appeared in group exhibitions at the United Nations Visitor Centre, the International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Monroe Gallery of Photography.
I am a photographer based in Madison, Wisconsin and am available for assignments and collaborations nationwide.
I’m drawn to exploring and understanding cultures and communities both within my own country and abroad. Trust, intimacy, and time are cornerstones of my work, and I believe in using photography as a tool for education, awareness, and understanding. The first time I remember thinking to myself, “I want to take this woman’s picture,” it was because, at 13, I wanted to be able to say more than my words were able to explain. There’s something that happens within the taking and sharing of a photograph that still drives my passion today and still leaves me infinitely curious about the world and the people around me.
I have restless feet. I’ve traveled through eleven countries, including Guatemala, Honduras, Sweden, China, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia, and I hope to see many more.
Editorial Clients include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Bloomberg, Vice, ProPublica, The Washington Post, Mother Jones, Orion Magazine, NPR, Buzzfeed, AARP, NBC, US News & World Report, The Guardian-US, and more.
Dougal Brownlie is the owner and an award winning visual storyteller of Brownlie Creative, LLC who specializes in stills and motion in the commercial and editorial fields. Brownlie currently works out of the greater Seattle area with coverage of the Pacific Northwest, Vancouver, British Columbia as well as domestically and internationally as needed. Brownlie was previously working as a staff photojournalist for the Gazette along the Front Range in Colorado Springs. A Washington state native and graduate of Brooks Institute in Southern California, Brownlie started his professional career after graduating college in 2015 and working in Northwest Missouri for the St. Joseph News-Press an hour from the country’s best BBQ and Kansas City, Missouri.
I’m Shravya Kag, a queer, brown, photo and video documentarian based in Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Vijayawada, India, I moved to Brooklyn in 2015 and graduated from the School of Visual Arts with an MPS in Photography.
Captivated by oral histories and how they can shape a culture, my work is an exploration of home, identity and personal space largely focusing on the intimate and interpersonal stories of people of color and of queer people.
I’m currently working on a body of work on Queer South Asians and a short-documentary of a drag queen based in New Jersey.
I’m available for assignments and collaborations. Also do consider hiring the talent at diversifyphoto, authority collective, women photograph and third eye collective.