Posts Tagged ‘Photographer’

Douglas MacLaughlin is a photographer whose work focuses on food.

Douglas brings an artist’s eye and a designers perspective when looking through the lens. He draws upon his experience as a graphic designer and illustrator to create vibrant and impactful images.

To learn more please visit: Douglas Maclaughlin Photography – LINK

Art directors are becoming animators. Print designers are becoming web designers. Illustrators are now photographers who also edit and shoot film. Adobe has launched a new campaign, I Am The New Creative, that highlights the work of these new creatives: profiling one creative each day and using their amazing imagery to “take over” every social media channel that touches Adobe’s creative tools and technologies.
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With the Creative Cloud our product teams have removed the barriers to creative expression: Designers can build parallax HTML5 experiences. Illustrators are making EPUBs. Photographers are using their cameras and Adobe technology to become filmmakers. And coders have the tools to make beautiful design.

It’s an amazing and interesting time in our industry; people have the ability to self-express, in any discipline, without boundaries. I Am The New Creative promotes the amazing work our community is producing and marks this moment in time as a movement and a celebration of creativity.

One of the most incredible aspects of this program has been watching creative professionals merge their mediums and their portraits to produce “New Creatives” versions of themselves.

There’s something magical about the compositions. As a designer there’s always a part of me in my work, but to personalize my work in this way, to make my work more representative of me, presents an alternative perspective. All of the artists we’re working with are enjoying this experience and are appreciative of our desire to promote their amazing creative output.

To learn more please visit:  I Am The New Creative – LINK

This past week I finished a photo shoot in Missouri with a great photographer named Topher Cox. Topher grew up in New York City where he learned his photography skills from the world around him. His father was a photographer and his mother was an art director. As a child his life was on sets, where he absorbed the workings of a photo shoot at the same time he was learning to walk and talk.

Topher continued his photo education by assisting some of New York’s top photographers. Again, he learned by watching and doing. Although he is working as a photographer on his own now he still feels that you never stop learning.

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Topher works out of his studio in Newton, MA and on location. He continues to return to New York for work and play.

To learn more please visit: Topher Cox Photography – LINK

Corbis CRAVE is a new digital boutique that features expertly curated imagery from industry-leading commercial and editorial photographers.

“Corbis CRAVE provides creative directors and art buyers a search and ideation experience tailored to their unique and specific needs whether they’re accessing the collection on their iPad or through the website,” explained Edie Tobias, senior vice president of commercial products at Corbis.

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For creative momentum on the go, the Corbis CRAVE app puts the finest images front and center and gives creatives powerful search and lightbox functionality to advance their creative visions whether face-to-face with a client or waiting to catch a flight.

Corbis CRAVE is also a venue for creative professionals to explore and be inspired by the work of some of the most sought-after commercial photographers in the world via featured portfolios – while providing a seamless user experience as they develop their own projects from storyboard to execution.

To learn more please visit: Corbis CRAVE – LINK

The Art Directors Club has today launched ADC Young Guns For Good to connect top-notch international creative talent with charitable causes to help bridge the gap between the quality of work these charities are doing, and the quality of creative representing them in marketing materials.

The inaugural project for ADC Young Guns For Good is a partnership with Google Creative Lab through which ADC Young Guns artists will design $1 million worth of advertising that will run in USA TODAY to benefit charities involved with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

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Google Creative Lab in New York, recent winner of the USA TODAY 2012 Print Competition, has elected to donate the prize – $1 million in advertising media spend – to focus on charities benefiting Hurricane Sandy relief.

Empire State Relief Fund, Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and will each be paired up with one ADC Young Gun to develop and execute a full-page color ad in USA TODAY in April. ADC Young Guns will have the opportunity to express interest in participating in the program through March 22.

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Andrea Fischman’s editorial, lifestyle and portrait photography captures life in a natural and warm way, inviting the viewer to share in the experience. Unlike photography that seems to have been created, Andrea’s work seems to have simply happened. Fischman, a Skidmore College graduate, also received professional training at the Rhode Island School of Design, New England School of Photography, the Art Institute of Boston and the International Center of Photography in New York.

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An Interview with Andrea Fischman

MacTribe’s interview series with inspirational photographers continues in our conversation with New York City based shooting ace Andrea Fischman. Andrea’s cutting edge imagery can be seen in the pages of Boston Magazine, PR Week, NY Times, SC Magazine, and more. MacTribe caught up with her recently for an interview about where her artistic direction is moving now and how she sees the photo business in general.

Andrea Fischman Photography – LINK

American Photography 29 Call For Entries is open to all photographers, art directors, designers, editors, agencies and publishers.

Regarded as the book of record, American Photography is still produced in all its defiant, large-format, luxurious, hard cover glory, offering high visibility and well-deserved recognition.

Submit your best work to be presented in the books, one image per page, and online in The Archive for all the world to see.

The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2013.

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American Photography presents the best images in a large-format, beautifully designed, hardcover annual for worldwide distribution. The jury of design and publishing professionals selects photographs from editorial, advertising, books, promotion, posters, video, student and unpublished work.

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Michael Indresano has been a successful commercial photographer in Boston for over 20 years, collaboratingon advertising campaigns with Boston’s top agencies and creating high impact photography for locally-based brands such as Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin-Robbins, New Balance, Reebok, Converse, Puma, Timberland, Rockport, and many other New England footwear/ apparel brands. He was chosen to shoot portraits for the Boston Bruins when they won the 2011 Stanley Cup Championships, and he has been commissioned to produce portraits across a variety of industries, from celebrities to world-class athletes to Fortune 500 CEOs. Michael has been written up in Boston Business Journal and also named one of the “Top 40 Under 40.”

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Michael Indresano Photography
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Damian Strohmeyer is a Boston based editorial and commercial photographer who tells stories with his photographs. He is acclaimed for his high-energy sports action photographs but is equally comfortable in portrait settings.  His photographs have graced the cover of Sports Illustrated more than sixty times and have gathered awards in virtually every major photo contest. A member of the exclusive Canon’s Explorers of Light program he is also a highly sought after educational speaker on photography.

Damian Strohmeyer Photography – LINK

You probably already have Matt Spencer’s photography in your home right now. As a celebrated commercial fashion photographer, Fortune 500 companies and international publications are tapping into his creative vision in order to connect with consumers around the world. You’ll find his work everywhere, Photo District News, Seventeen Magazine, to Beauty Launchpad and many more, as well as countless online publications.

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Bruce T. Martin is an American fine art photographer who uses photography to document the world, explore perceptions, and question our viewpoints. After graduating from Syracuse University in 1977, he began working as a Historical Preservation photographer, using photography to help put endangered buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. His photographs are in a number of private and public collections and have been exhibited throughout the U.S. and Central America. Today, along with exhibiting his fine art photography projects, he is a leading architectural photographer, making photographs for the nation’s foremost architects, designers, and publications.

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His book, Look Close See Far, A Cultural Portrait Of The Maya , published by George Braziller, Inc., NYC, is a collection of images and ideas gathered while traveling throughout the Maya region of Central America. Since 1987, he has taken more than 10,000 photographs over a range of landscapes and attitudes in an attempt to make a distinctive portrait of this singular culture. These reveling images are of the Maya Indians and region of Central America, an area both beautiful and complex in its nature. It is a place where the delicate balance between society and the environment dominates life and challenges one’s view of reality. Look Close See Far, A Cultural Portrait Of The Maya blends a unique mosaic of visual details to create a fresh perspective on the Maya’s endangered worldview and disappearing legacy.

To see Bruce’s photography please click here.

Kim Lowe started her photography career at age seven as a still-life photographer, documenting her stuffed animals’ lives. Eventually she grew up, graduated from the Art Institute of Boston, became a designer/art director at big time ad agencies, including Hill Holiday and Arnold, and even managed to win a few awards. With ten years ad experience under her belt she decided to put it all to use doing something she loved more. She opened her photo studio in 2003.

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Some of Kim’s clients:
Stop & Shop
Working Mother
Annie E Casey
Royal Caribbean
The Boston Museum
B. toys

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It wasn’t until college when Jared started working for his college newspaper that he really got bitten by the bug. “I fell in love with photography and completely immersed myself in it. I was on the track to become a photojournalist and that is in fact what I did for a number a years. I thought I wanted to be Eugene Richards or Sebastão Salgado and tried my best to emulate them, but over the years I started developing my own voice and now my work looks and feels nothing like theirs.”

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Boston has a checkered history when it comes to racial issues. For a while I had wanted to do a project that looked not only at racial division but also socio-economic status. I was curious as to how Boston and it’s surrounds dealt with these issues. Mass Ave. is a street that I, like many Bostonians, frequent all the time, but rarely all at once. It wasn’t until I decided one day to drive Mass Ave. from it’s beginning at Edward Everett Square in Dorchester to it’s finish in lush Lexington that I realized this was a perfect vehicle, no pun intended, to begin to explore these issues.

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With a personality equal parts easygoing and driven, plus a dash of astute wit, Ian is an ideal creative companion.

A native of picturesque Melton Mowbury in England, Ian has wrought his sense of style, obsession with detail and impeccable work ethics into a photography career that approaches the two-decade mark.

Ian’s skill with the camera and profound knowledge of the equipment and its possibilities make each project sparkle with creative freedom and originality. Not only does Ian create beautiful images – he brings to life a world in which products tell a story and people shine with an inner glow.

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Ian’s current studio located in the metro Boston area is the launching base to assignments that have take him to places like Iceland, Italy, France, England, Brazil, Hawaii and throughout the United States. Ian’s unwavering dedication continues to compose celebrated work for print & web based advertising and catalogs.

Please click here to see Ian’s catalog of work.

For over 20 years, Michael Indresano has been meticulously creating award-winning photography in his South Boston studio. Conveniently located and set up to provide full-service production support, the Indresano Studio is a creative workshop that is always comfortable and really, really clean.

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William Huber received an education in photojournalism from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and furthered his studies in fine art painting and sculpture. A real boost to his decision to use cameras to make art started in New York City working under accomplished pros as an apprentice including the master Pete Turner.

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As a photographer William’s work has won many awards along the way: American Photography, The Lucie’s, Photo District News, The Art of Photography in San Diego, Paris’ PX3, New York Art Director’s Club, The One Show, and Communication Arts 23 years in the photo annual and with a feature.

To learn more and see his work visit his site

Jason Grow is a Boston-based photographer who specializes in photographing really interesting people with real time constraints in real environments. With a background based in photojournalism his experience has ranged from refugee camps to conference rooms. Jason is available for photography assignments nationally and internationally.

A graduate of San Francisco State University with a degree in Journalism, Jason worked for seven years as a newspaper photographer for the San Jose Mercury News before turning freelance in 1996.

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His editorial clients include major national and international magazines: Time, Bloomberg Businessweek, Reader’s Digest, Forbes, Bloomberg Markets, Smart Money, Barron’s, AARP Bulletin, CRN, VAR Business, HHMI, New York Times Sophisticated Traveler, Smithsonian, Scientific American, Inc., Fortune Small Business, Chronicle of Philanthropy, Sports Illustrated, Time Custom Publishing,  US News & World Report, Bicycling, Boston, CFO, CIO Insight, Rensselaer Magazine, Stanford Magazine among others.

Working alongside great design groups like Doerr Associates, VSA Partners, Mortar Agency, his corporate clients have included CA, FirstData, Matrix Partners, Putnam Investments, Sullivan & Worcester, FHO Partners, EA Fish, Chevron, Textronic, (Ask Jeeves), Imprivata, Sainsburys Plc. (UK), Redpoint Ventures, Microsoft, Chem Connect, Personic, Lucent among others.

Providing high-quality creative photography of athletes and active lifestyle for advertising and commercial clients worldwide.

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Kim Pimmel shot this video by combining everyday soap bubbles with exotic ferrofluid liquid to create an eerie tale, using macro lenses and time lapse techniques. Black ferrofluid and dye race through bubble structures, drawn through by the invisible forces of capillary action and magnetism.

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Time-lapse sequences: Nikon D90, Nikkor 60mm macro lens and custom built intervalometer.
Motion-control: Arduino driven scanner platform and mirror rigs
Score: Ableton Live

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Jim Flynn has been a commercial photographer since 1993. He shoots advertising and corporate lifestyle photography for many different industries including medical, high tech, insurance and finance.

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His images have appeared in local, regional and national publications such as Time, Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal. His work has been featured in Communication Arts Photo Annual and Communication Arts Advertising Annual, Archive Magazine, Archive Photo Annual and Photo District News. Jim was a National Board Director of the American Society of Media Photographers for six years. He was elected to the Art Institute of Colorado Alumni Hall of Fame in 2002.

Wide range of designers to curate daily examples of design excellence.

NEW YORK—July 6, 2011. AIGA and Adobe® announce the launch of Design Envy, a daily blog featuring the best in design as chosen by a different curator each week. Guest curators will be encouraged to share their “wish I’d done that” discoveries—recent design that’s so creative, inspiring and effective, they wish they had designed it themselves. While the curators are selected by AIGA, the professional association for design, the envy-inducing work curators choose to celebrate is entirely up to them.

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A wide range of voices.

Design Envy selections are chosen by designers, for designers, and will draw from all design disciplines. Each day, the week’s curator will post a new example to inspire and inform—through imagery, compelling descriptions about effectiveness, and the creative minds behind the work.

In the past Megan has worked with Steven Vote Photography and she currently photographs food and products for various companies for their advertising and marketing needs.

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Megan is also a production/photography assistant for Toggle Photography where she maintains multiple client deliverables under tight deadlines and utilizes her highly developed digital editing skill sets.


Elliott Sellers is the newest addition to The Masses Lab, part of the ground-breaking collaboration of film makers and artists known as “The Masses.” Founded by Matt Amato, Jon Ramos, the late Heath Ledger and friends, the group’s mission statement declares, “Within the intersection of art and commerce, we find the message and deliver it to the masses by the most powerful, visionary and authentic means possible, be it film, music, advertising, or multi-platform content.”

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The Masses Lab is a group of young film makers showcased by the company for producing ground-breaking work in the style of The Masses collective, but with a perspective from a younger generation.

Whether shooting beauty or the more bizarre, there is a dramatic, at times dark, mood to Conor’s work, and it has evolved into his distinct style of photography. Conor’s ability to tell a story through a single image perhaps stems from his background in theater and set design, where he says he finds a lot of his inspiration.

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On set, Conor takes time to capture what’s beautiful & important about the subject- the artistry of the fashion or the lines of a product- in a way that’s consistent with the brands identity. His vision for each shoot as a photographer is clear, as is his vision for a collaborative, supportive industry.

He approaches each shoot with a specific concept, precise lighting, and methodical camera work, but also with a contagious energy and optimism for what’s ahead. The result- a richness to his images that sets him apart.

Jeffrey Coolidge studied film and photography with Jerome Liebling and Elaine Mayes at Hampshire College. He opened his first studio in 1982. He now lives and works in a bucolic town just west of Boston.

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Jeffrey is known for his creative lighting techniques and clean compositions. His clients include, Boston Scientific, Staples, Johnson & Johnson, Dunkin Donuts and MasterCard.

The founder of design firm Thirst/Chicago, Rick Valicenti recently art directed this incredible book using the photography of Francois Robert from his series Stop the Violence.

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Each spread features an individual letter from the alphabet—compositions made of human bones arranged by Robert—in juxtaposition with a page from President Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech from 2009. I just got my copy in the mail and the book is truly stunning. It’s 36 pages and over a foot tall.

Cheryl has worked as a photographer for a large variety of clients in her twenty plus years of business. One day she could be shooting toddlers for Stonyfield Farm, and the next day it could be doctors for Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center, or apparel for SmartPak on a farm in Florida.

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Cheryl is equally comfortable in the studio and on location.

Greek-French fine art landscape photographer Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris was previously named Landscape Photographer of the Year in the UK for 2009. The Paris-born Coupe-Kalomiris won the Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year award for 2009, for his stunning photograph of the sunrise over the Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.

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The winning photograph was chosen from among thousands of entries that showcased the richly diverse landscape of the UK, according to the organisers of the third annual Take a View contest. The best 100 photographs entered in the contest will be displayed at a free exhibition that will open at London’s National Theater on December 5. Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris is the great-grandson of renowned Greek opera composer Manolis (Emmanuel) Kalomiris.

Click below to order prints, attend workshops or simply view his stunning body of work.

iF Concept Design Award 2012, the international competition for up-and-coming talent, is now open for entries.

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Students in the fields of design, architecture, marketing and engineering from all over the world are invited to submit their innovative, trend-setting ideas and concepts.

Deadline for entries is January 10, 2012.

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