Griffin is a digital creator/director/producer in NYC. Comfortable wearing many hats and working in different mediums, including AR/VR, Griffin led a small production team at Discovery Channel that created innovative content for every major social platform and attracted millions of views on both editorial and branded projects.
Janelle is an independent lifestyle and advertising photographer who focuses on bringing stories to life. She blurs the lines between studio and location with her inherent style to show the natural beauty of her subjects through an effortless look of daylight. Janelle finds endless inspiration through traveling and watching the sunlight dance through the windows on her bed in the morning.
She is currently based in Brooklyn and available for projects worldwide.
Today I specialize in photographing domestic animals both in studio and on location. I have experience in productions of all sizes -- from advertising to packing to pro bono animal rescue projects. Using a graphic and modern approach my images are playful, humorous, and personify the animal subjects. For me, pets are more than companions who get the slippers... Although, I wish my dog got my slippers. Animals, wild and domesticated, give me happiness, loads of inspiration, and allow me to unleash my creative side (pun intended!). Whether in the studio or on location I enjoy the challenges of working with animals and their handlers. The experience is always fun and rewarding. And to answer your question, yes, I have tons of patience.
Cayla Zahoran, a New York City food & beverage photographer, specializes in not only photographing food but eating it too. While working as a photo editor at Edible Allegheny and WHIRL Magazine (Pittsburgh, PA), her passion for local food & culture first began. Looking to broaden her palette, Cayla transplanted to New York City. Cayla’s creativity in the photography world is driven by her love of cooking, traveling, and the art of playing with her food. She also prides herself on being able to make the perfect Moscow Mule.
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.
I was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. Halfway through my aerospace engineering studies at UCLA, I bought my first camera, and it all grew from there. Upon earning my degree, I went to a beautiful little city on the west coast of France near the Spanish border called Biarritz. It was in this place that I got my first job as a photographer.
I have shot a wide variety of projects both commercial and travel/documentary, and am always taking on more.
Currently splitting my time between San Francisco and New York, and shooting wherever I am needed.
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.
Gritty, intimate, honest photography casting light on the unique characters and stories that are shaping our future. Bringing life experience from global travels to military service, award winning photographer Tom Kubik evokes the infallible beauty of real human connection through lifestyle and portrait photography.
Photographer Roger Neve was born and raised in the south of Holland. At age 19, he flew to New York and convinced Cosmopolitan Magazine to award him an eight-page fashion story to replace his original final exam assignment due back in Holland. Cosmo agreed, thus launching his professional career. By age 21, Roger was enjoying a thriving European career, landing his first campaigns for Lois Jeans (Amsterdam) and Givenchy (Paris). Over the next 10 years he became a world traveler, photographing for clients globally and becoming known for the energy he infuses in his work. When American clients came calling in 1990, he relocated to New York City where he currently resides with his wife and two sons.