Susan Byrnes is a New York City photographer specializing in Still Life and Food photography.
Joe Schmelzer doesn’t stick to a single subject matter or style. But his visual aesthetic–incorporating innovative new technology while maintaining the characteristics of traditional photography–has established him as an influential presence in the travel, entertainment and shelter markets.
James Worrell is an advertising and editorial photographer who uses simplicity, color and humor to interpret concepts and make powerfully graphic images for his clients.
Rick Rickman is a Pulitzer Prize-winning Southern California photographer with 30 years experience. His work has been featured on many covers of Time and Newsweek magazines. His project and documentary work has appeared in publications such as National Geographic, Life, Sports Illustrated, and Smithsonian. Rick is an expert documentary, sports, and advertising photographer and his
Inti St. Clair
Inti St. Clair is a commercial advertising photographer specializing in lifestyle people, food and travel imagery. Inti also works in motion imagery as a director of photography, cinematographer and producer.
Paul Schefz is a fashion photographer from Southern California.
Matthew Benson’s photography is in the permanent collection of the International Center of Photography, New York, as well as numerous private and gallery collections. His work has been awarded both DESI and Society of Publication Designers Awards and appears regularly in magazines, books, catalogs and folios. He is on the National Speakers Tour for the
Influenced by the aesthetic principles of contemporary architecture, Rick Burda has shot campaigns for global clients including Calvin Klein, Panasonic, and Smirnoff.
Margot is a photographer from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Olesja Mueller developed her photography style growing up amongst father’s amateur prints hanging off a rope in the kitchen, and treasured foreign magazine cutouts, almost forbidden in the former USSR. Traveling extensively all over the world after the fall of the iron curtain, she was absorbing different cultures, fashions and styles into a kaleidoscopic vision