Find Photographers »

photography

Dan Perez: The MOMO Book

December 19th, 2014

Tel Aviv-based photographer Dan Perez recently photographed a coffee table book for MOMO, a famous Asian restaurant located in Amsterdam. Dan was commissioned by MOMO’s creative staff to document all of the amazing ingredients that the chef uses on a daily basis. The project even included a fishing trip up the North Sea.   Not only does the book cover the food that MOMO is known for, it …

Michael J. Moore: Creative Spaces

December 18th, 2014

by Liz Ream A few years ago, Tuscaloosa-based photographer Michael J. Moore photographed Chuck Leavell (keyboardist for The Rolling Stones) at his pine tree plantation in Georgia. Chuck has a passion for renewable resources, and got “so jazzed up” while talking about his trees with Michael that he played piano and sang until midnight. This kind of passion and connection with a subject inspired Michael to start …

Jane Shauck: A Maine Lobster Hunt

December 17th, 2014

by Liz Ream 18 lobster shacks in three days. Doesn’t sound too bad, right? This is what Jane Shauck got herself into with a recent project photographing the New England lobster scene for a cookbook, Lobster Rolls of New England, for author Sally Lerman. Sally chose different lobster shacks to visit based on her favorites, and her and Jane then created a shot list for …

Marketing: Portfolio Meetings for David W. Johnson

December 15th, 2014

by Jillian Pekel A large portion of my job here at WM involves calling clients and making connections. My days at the office include everything from scheduling meetings for photographers around the world to setting up and organizing our monthly portfolio events. So when Chicago-based photographer David W. Johnson approached me about setting up portfolio reviews for him in the Windy City, I was ready to go. David and I had a brief conversation about …

Print Mailer: We See You When You’re Sleeping

December 12th, 2014

by Liz Ream For our December print mailer, we got festive. Rather than going with a classic cheery holiday picture, we couldn’t resist this eery photo of Santa at a remote roadside gas station by Raleigh-based photographer Brent Clark. We then tacked on the tagline We see you when you’re sleeping (for an even creepier effect), and sent it out to about 3,000 creatives to remind them of all …

Goran Kosanovic: What’s on the Menu

December 11th, 2014

by Liz Ream DC-area photographer Goran Kosanovic  recently shot the new menu for Ambar, an Eastern European Richard Sandoval restaurant in DC. Goran has worked with many famous chefs in the area and was happy to get this opportunity, as he loves food and drink from the Balkans (a geographical region in Southeast Europe). During this shoot he realized just how much he loves it, especially because …

Christian Anderl: Movember Portraits

December 10th, 2014

by Liz Ream  In 2011, Vienna-based photographer Christian Anderl first heard about The Movember Foundation, an organization that raises awareness for men’s health, and he knew he wanted to get involved. One year later, the cause became much more personal for Christian when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. With a lot of time to think and a new perspective on reality, Christian’s personal Movember …

Ryann Ford: The Last Stop

December 9th, 2014

by Liz Ream A recent project by Austin-based photographer Ryann Ford showcases the “humble rest stop” as just that— a place to stop and rest. Ryann started photographing rest stops seven years ago after moving to Texas from California; she was struck by different roadside parks, complete with faux oil rigs, teepees, wagon wheels and geometric shapes echoing classic mid-century design. After a bit of research, Ryann …

Mark Skovorodko: A Life of Adventure

December 5th, 2014

by Liz Ream LA-based photographer Mark Skovorodko shoots personal work every chance he gets. He expressed to me that there are three main reasons for this: 1. It excites him to see a concept that is “simply residing in your mind come to life as a photograph,” 2. it’s wonderful practice and 3. It refines and adds depth to a portfolio, which is beneficial from both …

Caroline Woodham: The Fashion of Alberto Fermani

December 3rd, 2014

by Liz Ream Caroline Woodham recently wrapped up a campaign for Alberto Fermani, handling everything from stills and motion to art direction and production. Caroline was happy to have so much artistic freedom to create strong visual content that would be an “experience” for the viewer. Check out what she had to say about the shoot, as well as the stills and BTS video below. Planning and production …

Robert Gallagher: Creating for Forbes

December 2nd, 2014

by Liz Ream Santa Monica-based photographer Robert Gallagher has been shooting editorial work for quite some time and is a professional in every sense of the word, learning to roll with the punches and adapt to whatever environment he may find himself in. Robert’s most recent cover for Forbes focuses on Sean Rad, co-founder of Tinder, the tremendously popular and cutting edge app for online dating. …

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 27th, 2014

by Liz Ream It’s already that time of year again! Here at the office, we’re gearing up for a glorious and long holiday weekend filled with food and family. Feast your eyes on a few yummy photos from our member photographers below and we’ll see you back here on Monday!

Print Mailer: Pugs and Kisses

November 26th, 2014

by Liz Ream Tis the season! The season for love, laughs, presents, food, family and, if you’re lucky, a dog (or ten) to play with. For our November print mailer, we chose this spunky image from Sydney-based photographer James Horan, sent out to 2,978 creatives as a little reminder of our services with some Pugs and Kisses on the side. I caught up with James to …

Josh Andrus: Iconic Boston

November 25th, 2014

by Liz Ream Josh Andrus was recently commissioned by Canon for it’s Pixma: City Senses project to create four bodies of work and share the vision of “Iconic Boston.” The project gave Josh the flexibility to decide how he wanted the viewer to experience Boston through taste, smell, sight, touch and sound: My inspiration for the work was being able to translate each sense with …

Sarah Lim: Barbecue Heaven

November 20th, 2014

by Liz Ream Austin-based photographer Sarah Lim recently shot for Canon’s PIXMA PRO City Senses tour- a campaign that explores the taste, touch, smell and sounds of three major cities: Austin, Boston and Seattle. Each city has a different theme, and naturally, Austin’s theme was live music and hometown pride. As Sarah says, “you can’t come to Austin to see music and not experience the BBQ culture,” so …

Next »