I'm a commercial photographer and director in Dallas specializing in authentic still and motion storytelling for brands.
My creative choices show off the subject, balancing project goals with believable storytelling. I can be inspired by a personal story or a unique detail on a pair of shoes and approach both with zeal. A collaborator on still and motion campaigns, I love dreaming up creative ideas with clients and working together to make them happen.
When I’m not on set you can find me gravel biking on the open country roads of Texas with my partner Dave, or working on my drop in at the skate park on my Moxi skates.
Having photographed throughout Africa, and sometimes further afield, for the last decade - through his work Tobin has attempted to not only cover the breadth of the continent, but also the diversity within it. This has included stories on Somalia’s fight against Al Shabab and the country’s emergence from more than 20 years of civil war, to transgender issues, and the intersection of modern religion with traditional healing practices in slums.
King is an advertising and editorial photographer/filmmaker born and raised in Texas and based in Phoenix, Arizona. King and his team of ninjas produce both still and motion content for brands, magazines, and ad agencies specializing in industries such as sports/fitness, agriculture, healthcare, and development.
I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and raised by a widowed mother (Dad died when I was 8), with two other sisters, in a small town in a region called Ribeira Valley. I left home at the age of 15 searching for a better life. At the age of 22, I decided to move to the USA to further my education and improve myself as a human being.
I have won several awards as a photographer. My work has been exhibited at a few museums, it has been published in a handful of magazines, and used by quite a few brands ads. However, I don’t think that defines who I am.
I have won several awards as a photographer and my work has been published in a handful of magazines, however, I don’t think that defines who I am. What defines me is the fact that I am a hopeless believer in kindness, no matter how warped today’s world appears. I am also a failed-by-never-trying comedian, and dream of having a French Bulldog—they automatically trigger my “talking-to-a-baby” voice whenever I see one.
I also love watching movies while dissecting the light set up and color grading used in those movies.
Footb… alright, Americans… Soccer is a passion!
[Go Timbers!/ “Santos Sempre Santos.”]
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My name is Stephen, Stevie is what my grandma has called me since I was born. My middle Name? Chris. There ya go.
I am a commercial and advertising photographer with a propensity towards the slightly (or very) surreal or dramatic. I think life can be a bit plastic and malleable. To me, it looks better that way, and usually more fun. A great sci-fi or adventure story, comic book or movie, is what I always wish the world would more resemble. I think that's part of the reason I went down the path in being a photographer. I can always create my own way of seeing everything.
His approach to a portrait is disarmingly simple: make it interesting. Pretty pictures are a dime a dozen, but photographs that grab your attention are invaluable. Clients use him again and again for his ability to look past the obvious and create imagery that is compelling and unique. He brings an editorial flair to everything from corporate portraits to product work while holding strong to the technical precision that this level of photography requires.
Aaron Patton is a commercial and editorial photographer in the heart of the Midwest. His photographs have been featured in international advertisements, national and regional magazines/media outlets, and on the occasional city bus. His unconventional approach to portraits and still life has earned him work all over the country as well as representation by world-renowned production house Wonderful Machine. He is also a contributing writer for the photography educational platform Fstoppers.
Aaron lives in Wichita, Kansas, conveniently located in the middle of everywhere. He and his wife, Christina, got married at 21 and have extended their honeymoon into its thirteenth year.
I’m not a struggling musician [anymore]. But I did start my career photographing musicians and other creative and talented people. And since Creative and Talented People = Interesting Story, that makes my work easy—most of the time. Today my editorial and advertising clients still want the interesting story. I just tell it through my lens in a contemporary natural way. Real life moments, just … better. That’s what I do.
Sharing Projects and Trust.
Each project is an experience, for me and for those choosing to entrust me the task. My work philosophy aims at quality, ongoing research and empathy. Work is a serious matter but smile is always On, the approach is always proactive and constructive and the client’s trust is my first goal and the greatest satisfaction.
Ian is a freelance photographer and filmmaker.
In between editing and assignments, Ian MacLellan rock climbs, runs, canoes, surfs, bikes, and has been photographing a daily blog for the last six years. He loves photographing for magazines, websites, posterity, gigantic billboards, social media campaigns, and everything in between.
Commercial Clients: L.L. Bean, The North Face, Janji, Brooks Running, Huckberry, Boston Celtics, Boston Scientific, OmniPod, Tufts Health Plan, Audi, Land Rover, Mizuno, West Elm, Steward Health Care, Target, Hannaford Supermarkets, Museum of Science Boston, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, City of Boston, Brooklyn Boulders, Boathouse Group, and MORE Advertising, .
Editorial and Non-Profit Clients: Runner's World, Nature, The New York Times, Orion Magazine, Trust for Public Land, Appalachian Mountain Club, Mass Audubon, Preservation Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Seattle Times, Entrepreneur Magazine, BuzzFeed News, Travel + Leisure, Genome, Law360, ChildObesity180, Tufts University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Magazine, , and Canoe and Kayak Magazine.
A long time ago, in a tiny Pennsylvania town far, far away, Josh Ritchie first graced the world with his presence (insert his wife’s eye roll here.) After a childhood spent skinning his knees, building forts and listening to punk rock, Josh discovered the world of photography and quickly realized that meeting new people and seeing new places was a pretty cool way to go through life. His love for the lens led him to newsrooms around the country, where Josh made a living photographing the human condition.
After months of trying to convince his fiancée that he knew what he was doing, Josh quit his staff job. He packed up his life, his lady and his pet lizard and moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to become a freelancer. It was the best decision of Josh’s career. Now he produces commercial portraits and narratives for clients such as Apple Inc., The New York Times Magazine, and Nike using his art to help these iconic companies move their band forward.
When Josh isn’t working, he can be found rocking out with his ukulele and waving his Terrible Towel as if his life depended on it — sometimes even at the same! Josh also loves telling dad jokes, much to the chagrin of his wife and two daughters.