Dag Larson Photography is a group of creatives first and foremost. The drive to invoke an emotion is always our main objective.
Together, we are uniquely gifted problem solvers. Each of us brings experience and know-how to the shoot that allows peace of mind for our clients.
We come together as a team, to create stories that turn ideas into powerful images, engaging videos, & dynamic gifs.
We work tirelessly to create an untapped style that will set your brand apart from the competition and from a world of rinse-and-repeat ideas.
We are mobile and tactile—expertly shooting everywhere from windswept peaks to pristine studio back-drops and all places in between.
We excel at working with passionate creatives—bringing to life outside-of-the-box thinking, landing far-fetched concepts, and appeasing appetites that exceed our clients’ budgets.
The challenge is always worth chasing. The photo is always worth a thousand words.
Hi. I’m Julia. For as long as I can remember, I’ve told stories through images, from my childhood in Vermont, through college at Smith, where I majored in art history, and beyond. My extensive photography education includes stints at the SALT Center for Documentary Studies, attendance at the prestigious Eddie Adams workshop, and Review Santa Fe at Center. My career in photography began with Literacy Through Photography at the Center for Documentary Studies, after which I landed a job as assistant photo editor at Outside Magazine. For more than a decade I worked in magazines; following Outside I served as photo editor for Skiing and Backpacker. In 2011, I became a full time photographer, and my clientele ranges from Vegetarian Times to US Potato Board.
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Naturally curious and driven, I love to collaborate with inspiring people to create unbiased and honest storytelling projects and narrative brand development.
I was born and reside in Colorado and also lived in New Mexico and Texas. I take frequent road trips throughout the West and often get lost in the mountains. When not shooting photos, I'm usually drinking coffee or entertaining my little guy, Levi. I make a mean carnitas and tequila is my drink, preferably añejo. I buy too many photo books. My latest purchase and current favorite is George Georgio's American Parade.
I speak English, Spanish and I'm learning Italian. I have to; my wife grew up in Sicily. I eat a lot of cannoli.
Give me a call. Let's grab an americano, high five, and better yet, work together.
I've worked all over the globe with a diverse set of clients that offer a varying set of challenges; every one of them a learning opportunity. Whether I'm hanging off a frozen waterfall shooting ice climbing or in a studio working with a model I am adapting, learning, and improving. I've created a mobile studio in the middle of a wild adventure race in southern Patagonia and fought with monkeys to keep my grapes in southern India. Whatever the challenge I will get the shot. And I've spent my entire life adventuring, so I can get any angle you can imagine.
I feel very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place as Boulder, CO. When I'm not shooting for clients I'm out climbing rocks or frozen waterfalls, or cruising down in the backcountry on my mountain bike or skis.
Thank you for checking out my portfolio, and I look forward to working together!
I'm a Denver-based photographer whose work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the U.S. I specialize in highly intimate portraits and documentary coverage and accept private, editorial and corporate commissions. I play nice with others and get things done.
Willie is an award-winning photographer based in Denver, Colorado. His past lives were spent growing up in Wyoming and working as an art director in New York City. He prefers bios to be in third person.
Rick Souders is an honors graduate from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Rick's unique creative and business background has allowed him to work at a Fortune 250 Beverage Company, then to one of the largest Advertising Agencies in the US, to owning one of America’s top food and beverage Studios.
In his own words:
I grew up in the rural high plains near the Pawnee National Grasslands. Yes, very rural. My mom worked at a portrait studio and my dad, amongst many things, was a professional leather artist and taught leather craft. So, I lived in a very creative and inspiring atmosphere. Growing up in a small town allowed me to raise chickens, rabbits, and pheasants and have many pets including toads, tarantulas, possums and a raccoon. My passion for food and agriculture runs deep. I appreciate where our food comes from and I think that has played an important role in my love of food and beverage photography. Today I live on the Studio property in a beautiful environmentally friendly ranch home. Other quirky things include a degree in Taxidermy and my 1967 Bentley.
In between soccer practices or neighborhood baseball games Matt loved shooting photos on his parents old pocket film camera. As a kid it never occurred to him that photography could become a career but that little camera lit a spark. While pursuing a graduate degree, Matt traveled exhaustingly throughout Europe and found himself happiest while lost in the camera, observing and creating. Several years into an ensuing corporate career he was laid off after just 6 months into a new job. Even worse, the hammer dropped on his first day back to work after the birth of his daughter. As a new dad he was angry and confused but above all he was MOTIVATED. He immediately pulled the rip cord and gathered the courage to start trusting his gut. Matt busted his butt to self produce shoots, make promos and set up meetings in hopes of carving out a space in the industry. Since 2011 word has spread and photo shoots have grown to become integrated productions including motion content and director work in sports, fitness and outdoors.
By navigating a path between adventure and humanity, I tell stories of people on personal journeys that feel important.
I am based in Boulder, CO, but often on the road living and running out of my mini-van. I’ve driven to borders, both North and South. I’ve paddled from source to sea, and traveled coast to coast. I run high peaks and swim in valleys. I visit cities, deserts and people that I miss. I believe that it is between big canyon walls, in murky water, and on long narrow trails where strangers become the closest friends.
Combining my education in Integrated Marketing Communications with my creative eye and ear, I work with brands to tell meaningful stories in strategic ways.