We are thrilled to announce award-winning portrait and lifestyle photographer Andy Goodwin will be featured in the @communicationarts Photo Annual this year.
Ad agencies love directors of photography who are innovative, keep up, take initiative and can visualize what clients’ want even before they know themselves. That pretty much describes David Westphal and his unique brand of automotive storytelling. David loves a challenge and enjoys the exploration process.
Markus Esser continues his storytelling theme of our love affair with American cars and how they affect our daily lifestyle. In his latest automotive story, Markus turns up the heat with a red Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible as it explores the California desert with a lively all-girl cast.
“We lack the capacity to truly understand the intricate workings of nature, yet we attempt to control it like it was our subordinate” David Westphal.
Chevy is known as America’s car for every purse and purpose. It is a brand that speaks to generations with fine industrial design and dependability. In our digital-frenzied world where everything is a push of a button, it is reassuring to find people and the products they create that last the test of time.
Last July Jim Purdum got to do what he loves best, document people who live and enjoy life to the fullest. Jim spent a week in Alaska photographing various folks he met around the small coastal town of Cordova and the vast Bristol Bay region as part of an ongoing personal project that explores the theme of choosing to “get off the treadmill of life.”
Yes, we can! Kilimanjaro is the world’s tallest free-standing mountain, Africa’s tallest peak and a glamorous star of myth and folklore. Dennis Welsh, always the daring traveler, pushes creative boundaries wherever he goes and this time it was “Yes we can” to a spectacular Kilimanjaro wilderness adventure.
Boom CGI wants you to get up close and personal with their colorful and fun-loving germ and monster creations
Iceland, an arctic island of stunning natural beauty, Nordic lore and the Aurora Borealis seen to its best advantage, is a photographer’s paradise. Mythic, majestic and an easy time frame access has made Iceland a very popular tourist destination. International photographer and director Vegar Abelsnes, a son of Norway himself, knew he had to make the journey.
Colin Cooke gets his artistry and inspiration from food glorious food. Sometimes a dish that looks fairly easy to create can be deceptive with intricate preparation for a photo shoot. But Colin's love of food, the care of getting the details right and his highly skilled lighting abilities all combine to make him one of the top food photographers working today.
Imagination is never in short supply for Claudio. Whether he is collaborating with a client or focusing on a personal project, he is always creating intriguing and conceptual imagery in his signature style. His most recent personal series, entitled Foregin Influence, explores the positive impact immigration has had on the United States.
Every summer NYC comes alive with outdoor concerts, festivals, movies and more. One such festival, Afropunk, has descended upon Brooklyn for the last ten years bringing a weekend of live music, vibrant art and good vibes. Photographer and Director Marc Ohrem-LeClef was inspired by this “open-minded and unconventional” festival so he decided to turn his lens on this epicenter of urban culture with an “afropunk” inspired lifestyle shoot.
Every once in a while a photographer connects with a subject in a photographically intimate way and magic is made. This is the case with photographer Marc Ohrem-LeClef and musician Jon Baptiste.