Brittany Bravo is a digital fashion, beauty and still life photographer based in Los Angeles. In her free time she enjoys pursuing passion projects that explore identity, body and Latinx experiences, often through film mediums.
Recently her work was selected as one of Getty Images' top photos of 2019 and the H Hub listed Brittany as one of their top 20 still life photographers.
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…
Will Crooks here. I am a transplant to the South via that Midwest who has been here long enough to call it home. The process of making a portrait whether it is a snapshot of my friends and family or an editorial assignment at my studio is endlessly fascinating to me. The mix of technical skill, empathy, and focus needed to create an iconic yet nuanced portrait keeps me making images every single day.
The last four years I worked as the Visual Director at the Community Journals before launching my own photography business. I spent my days photographing editorial content and providing art direction for various publications under Community Journals brand.
These days I find myself creating narrative driven photographs for editorial and commercial clients. Coming from a background in publications I make images that speak to the deeper story each brand is telling with their product or service.
Hey, hello, howdy. I was born and raised in Nebraska, but call Austin, Texas home. Whether I'm on assignment to photograph a celebrity portrait, lead a team on a commercial project or document a slice of life, I strive to make my images bright, colorful and energetic. My work has most recently been recognized in American Photography 32+33+34 and PDN's 2016 Photo Annual. Also, Magnum Photos named me one of their 30 under 30 photographers in 2014.
My pursuit of creative expression started with graphic design about 20 years ago, when I spent my free time putting together tangible art pieces, collages as well as layouts in Quark and early Photoshop. That led me to photography which is something that could be emotive and constructive at the same time – bingo! These days I produce photos and videos with and for creative people, thrill-seekers and visionaries, as well as regular folk. I live in the depths of the Philadelphia suburbs with my lovely partner Jess, daughter Anika and two stubborn cats Pablo and Bobbie. I enjoy getting my hands dirty in the garden, putting things together in the garage and unlimited Spindrift!
My journey began before I did – in Cuba, where my grandparents and mother were born. During the Cuban Revolution, they migrated to Colombia, but never abandoned their strong Cuban morals and work ethic. My attention to detail I owe to my grandfather, but it was my mother who gave me my first camera. It was thanks to her incredible amount of support I was able to move to the U.S. in 1999 to become a professional photographer. After Photo School, I got my first break in the photography business when, without any experience, I landed a job as a full-time assistant for Jim Fiscus. While working with Jim I learned much about the industry, both on and off the set. More importantly, I learned to be humble and to treat everyone around me with the respect they deserve. As for where this path is going to take me, I like to think I'm working on it as we speak. Currently, I’m living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with my wife Kathy and my son Cristiano.