global advertising photography Mar 2011Featuring creative talent and services from the most interesting industry sectors
AIR-CGI / HarnimanLondon
Ansgar PhotographyDusseldorf - Paris
Daniel Hager PhotographyZurich
Harniman recently travelled to Dallas to shoot press ads for Hyundai Motor Company Korea and the launch of its new Grandeur. The images are being promoted by endorsement using the Harniman signature.
Volvo Sweden commissioned a set of four images of the C30 model produced using CGI vehicles in urban backgrounds that are due for release mid 2011.
Other current projects with Harniman’s CGI studio AIR-CGI include an Esso 48-sheet campaign for DDB London showing a complex 100% CGI engine render in a high-key CG studio environment, a Subaru CGI animation sequence for TV across the Nordic countries showing a CGI car travelling across a mountainous snowscape, and a CGI/photographic project for Mercedes-Benz UK press ads 2011.
Recent awards include the Campaign Photo Awards 2010 and Association of Photographers Awards 2010 for a Mars Ice Cream press ad utilising location photography and CGI.
Andy Lewis specialises in food, drink and still life photography for advertising, packaging and editorial.
Based out of his studio in St Leonard’s, Sydney, Andy’s recent clients include some of the biggest brand names in Australia and Asia. Woolworths, Goulburn Valley, V Iced Coffee, Kingdom Beer, Masterfoods, Strongbow, Donna Hay Magazine, Women's Weekly Magazine and Delicious Magazine are just a few of his regular clients.
His fastidious approach and highly technical photographic skills, combined with advanced retouching experience, creates world-class results.
When it comes to showing products in the most fashionable way, Ansgar seems to be the photographer of choice. He shot the all-new electric scooter concepts by Mini, creating cinematic lifestyle pictures and throwing in clean product images for good measure.
For electronics hotshot Novero Ansgar built elaborate studio-sets in which he portrayed its innovative headsets that come in the form of designer jewellery.
Another task was to stage luxury Bluetooth headsets by Lexington in unusual locations ranging from agricultural to erotic, not without a strong hint at movie culture.
Arek Kempka lives his passion and in return he has been well rewarded. For more than 15 years he has been successfully working as a commercial photographer, mastering liquids and splashes in the process.
Arek’s unique approach and unconventional solutions have been appreciated by many international clients, including agencies McCann, Ogilvy, Publicis, Saatchi & Saatchi and Young & Rubicam.
His studio is also at the very top-end of the industry. Clients can completely rely on Arek and his team during photo sessions and post production, with the highest standards consistently guaranteed.
Visit his website or contact Arek for more information.
Csaba Jobbagy has been working as an advertising photographer for eight years, shooting for leading international advertising agencies such as Leo Burnett, DDB, Saatchi&Saatchi, Grey and Publicis. His clients include Ikea, Allianz Bank, Unicredit Bank, Vodafone, T-mobile, Telenor, Djuice, Red Bull, and many more.
Csaba has won several awards including a Cannes Lion, NY Advertising Festival, Cresta Awards, Epica Awards and the Hungarian Golden Blade. He continues to work on his personal project documenting beach behaviour using mainly old plastic cameras.
With the latest technology and his own studio, Csaba can provide services for any type of shoot. He is currently looking for foreign representation. Visit his website for more information.
Daniel Hager is a Zurich-based photographer specialising in people and landscape photography for advertising, corporate communications and editorial clients.
His main focus lies in working with people and in developing and realising ideas and projects together with clients. Thanks to his creative skills, he makes ideas work.
Daniel is supported by a team of talented professionals - producers, assistants,
hair and make-up and styling artists - who all work together towards a common vision.
Clients include Novartis, Siemens, UBS, Zurich Financial Services, KPMG, Die Schweizerische Post, Migros and Neue Zürcher Zeitung.
David Taylor-Bramley has over 20 years experience as an award-winning advertising photographer. He relocated to Dubai from London seven years ago.
Known principally for people photography, his portfolios now include cars, food, aerial, interior/exterior and 360 degree VR panoramas. David brings a wealth of experience and technical knowledge to every project, together with enthusiasm, creativity and the ability to communicate ideas - which is why his expertise is constantly in demand by the leading advertising agencies and production houses in the region.
His fully equipped studio is complemented by two 4x4 location vehicles and full in-house production and retouching facilities.
Diana Miller has been a photographer for 30 years and food has been her main focus. She works from her Notting Hill studios in West London and also takes on commissions to work from her Cotswolds country home.
Diana works on a variety of top advertising campaigns such as McDonald's, Starbucks, Subway, Muller and Carte D’Or. She works very closely with Marks & Spencer photographing images for the company's Food Halls and packaging. Diana has also photographed many books including 'Passion For Seafood' with Gordon Ramsey.
She works together with a small team of experts to produce stylish and highly technically skilled work. Diana is also passionate about photographing animals and flowers, a large amount she grows herself.
Matteo Linguiti is a Milan-based artist, photographer and director with over 15 years experience. He is comfortable shooting in the studio or out on location, using digital as well as film.
He specialises in advertising and fashion and is renowned for his emotional campaigns and portraits.
Matteo's current clients include Audi, Marlboro, Aprilia, Samsung, Adidas, GQ, Renault, Daewoo, Fiat, Gucci, Bvlgari, Vodafone, and many others.
NAR Studio is owned by photographer Nicolai Alexander Rudnicki.
The studio specialises in campaign and catalogue productions for some of Denmark's largest companies within the furniture, design and fashion industries, providing styling, photography and post production.
NAR Studio photography is published in all major Danish lifestyle magazines as well as in commercial catalogues. Its images are also sold in stores in 62 countries around the world.
Photographer Phil James shoots on location or from his central studios, creating imagery for clients such as Dyson, McLaren and Peugeot.
Phil has a fresh approach to any project and has a team of colleagues working with him producing everything from high-end retouching to CGI compositing.
His work has a cinematic quality that is notably his own style. He is currently working on CGI car projects and is making the natural move into directing photography.
Born in New Zealand in 1969, Ross Brown knew from a young age that he wanted to be a photographer. He has been single-mindedly pursuing photography as a career and a way of life ever since. His focus is on advertising and design, where he works within a wide range of styles and techniques covering subject matter as diverse as landscapes, people, sport, animals, still life and conceptual work.
Ross believes that advertising photography can be an art form in its own right, as is evident in his work. His images are classical, inherently elegant and meticulous in detail. He combines a mastery of light and form, mood and atmosphere with a strong emotive quality and sensitivity to his subject matter. He possesses a high degree of technical ability and is particularly skilled at producing multiple composite images. Ross believes every job should be finely crafted and likes to have a hand in the retouching of his work, following a job through to completion.
Ross is represented in New Zealand by Match Photographers and in New York by Greenhouse Reps.