Charles Howells New Zealand - Australia

Charles Howells is a rare photographer who is gifted both technically and as artist behind the lens. He’s especially passionate about the whole creative process. He specialises in everything from generating ideas, developing technical solutions and then perfecting his stunning images in post-production.

Clients include Coke, Sony Japan, Samsung, Volkswagen, Nissan, Mini, Greenpeace, Vodafone, Johnson & Johnson, Karen Walker, Unilever, Universal, Panasonic, Nikon, L’Oréal and M.A.C.

Dieter Brasch Vienna

Dieter Brasch works as a freelance photographer in Vienna. From his photo studio in the 6th District, he shoots projects and personal work, preferring large-format cameras.

Over the course of a career spanning more than 20 years, Dieter has acquired vast knowledge in photography. His long-standing close cooperation with a renowned photo editing studio has also made him a specialist in the field of digital photography.

In 2010, he completed a Master of Arts in the Department of Image Science at Danube University. Professionally, his focus is on still life, food and reportage photography.

Eric Micotto Tokyo

Tokyo-based photographer Eric Micotto specialises in automotive and still life photography along with commercial and editorial portraiture.

Recent work included global catalogues, web campaigns and lifestyle photography for clients including Asics, Louis Vuitton, Lexus, Shiseido, BMW, Mazda, Mini, Pioneer and Ferrari.

His portraiture work also attracts a wide range of clients across commercials, advertisements and editorial. Eric has captured over 50 portraits for GQ Japan alone - ranging from celebrities to fashion designers and everyday people.

Frederik Lieberath Stockholm

Frederik Lieberath was born in 1965 in Helsingborg, Sweden. He studied Art History at the University of Lund and then received a Masters degree in Photography at the National College of Art, Craft and Design in Stockholm.

In 1993 he moved to New York and launched a career as a still life photographer, working  with international advertising clients such as Absolut Vodka, Apple Inc., Armani, Bentley, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Gucci, Guerlain, Hugo Boss, H&M, Peugeot and Viktor & Rolf.

His editorial commissions include French Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Amica, D-Magazine, Bon and Stockholm New.


Hiro is an award winning still life photographer shooting campaigns for international brands. He spends most of his time in the studio between Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore and delivers stunning photographic visuals on a daily basis.

Hiro started his career in New York City, where he learned exceptional lighting skills to draw elegant lines by strobe lights. Now he resides in Japan, where he has sharpened his minimalistic approach towards photography.

He is also working on still life movies in collaboration with beauty brands. His movies are widely disseminated.

His rapidly growing list of clients includes Estée Lauder, Lancôme, L'Oréal Paris, Shiseido, M.A.C., Shu Uemura, Maybelline New York, Vogue Japan, LUX, KOSÉ, ORBIS, Folli Follie, Kate Spade New York, United Colors of Benetton, Panasonic, Sony Ericsson, Bacardi and many more.

Jobe Lawrenson London

Still life photographer Jobe Lawrenson studied at the London College of Printing, where he developed his clean and graphic style.

Jobe has an acute eye for detail and combines this with his strong technical knowledge of digital photography. Shooting from his London studio, Jobe has shot for a variety of commercial and editorial clients including: John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Harrods, Net-a-Porter, GQ, Esquire, Elle, FT’s How to Spend It and Men's Health.

Kyla Elaine Amsterdam

Even before moving to the Netherlands from her hometown Calgary, Canada in 2008, photography was major part of Kyla Elaine's life.

Once settled in Amsterdam, Kyla turned her passion for still life photography into her profession. A rebel behind the camera, she keeps the product in focus. Experimenting with shapes, textures, objects and colours, it’s her unexpected approach that makes you look... and look again.

From polished to playful, Kyla challenges the boundaries of still life photography - unique angles, intended shadows, gravity-defying placements and creative animations serve to create memorable images that evoke emotions.

Her creative mind, collaboration efforts and chill attitude in the studio is why clients like adidas, Karl Lagerfeld, Ace & Tate and Tommy Hilfiger want to shoot with her again and again.

Leo Acker London

Leo Acker's bold and imaginative work makes him one of London's most sought-after still life photographers.

Over the last 15 years, Leo has developed a unique creative photographic style combined with precise digital skills. From his studio in Shoreditch and on location, Leo shoots for a very wide range of clients.

Recent commissions include work for Liberty, Marks & Spencer, Russell & Bromley, John Lewis, Fenwick, Pandora Jewellery, The Financial Times and Glamour Magazine.

Mark Zawila London

Mark Zawila is a London-based still life, food and drinks photographer who combines CGI and photography to create his clean and highly technical images.

Working from his own fully equipped central London studio, Mark focuses mainly on advertising and editorial, creating imagery for brands such as Sony, Elemis, Wacom, Delta Airlines, People-People, Nutribullet, Kaged-Muscle, Jaguar, Stella Artois and Chivas Regal.

Paul Chmielowiec Toronto

Paul Chmielowiec is a photographer based in Toronto who shoots commercially for interior and fashion designers, various restaurants and department stores, food packaging as well as several media publications.

Photographing for the past two decades, Paul’s creative approach to lighting and composition is what lies at the heart of his work.

From vintage bottle caps to mid-century board game pieces, Paul explores his hobby of antiquing with macro photography in his ongoing personal project.

Clients include Hudson’s Bay, Brian Gluckstein, Winners, Frito-Lay and more.

Pixeleyes London

Central London-based still life photography studio Pixeleyes Photography, with over 15 years of experience under its belt, has become synonymous with beautiful images using cutting-edge techniques.

A small but cohesive team, they shoot across advertising, fashion and beauty, specialising in sculptural liquid effects and infusing objects with a tactile sense of movement.

Pixeleyes recently has shot campaigns for Carolina Herrera, Marks and Spencer, Space.NK and Soap & Glory, while the rise of Iconic London, a rapidly accelerating UK-based beauty brand, can be charted through Pixeleyes' deftly luxurious imagery.

Client-oriented but with an elusively distinct style, Pixeleyes' stunning, high-end images bring inanimate objects to life.

Rich Begany New York

Known for his dynamic compositions and lush cosmetic textures, Rich Begany is a still life photographer based in New York City.

Collaborating with a close team of producers, stylists and retouchers, Rich works with agencies and brands worldwide to develop impactful visuals.

Recent projects include work with Christian Louboutin Beauty, Deva Curl and Essie.

To discuss an upcoming project or inquire about availability, contact WIB Agency.

Sara Morris London

London-based photographer Sara Morris shoots from her studio in vibrant and bustling Haggerston N1.

Sara is at home shooting large set builds that feature anything from exploding drawers to dancing floor lamps as she is table top set ups needing to capture fine and intricate details, such as delicate jewellery or fine fragrance bottles. Sara’s skillful use of lighting creates the subtlest of highlights and flattering shadows to convey the beauty of the objects she is photographing.

Her clients include IKEA, Costa, Innocent, Purple Bricks, Onken, Tesco and KFC.

"If you have a brief, no matter how big or small, we would love to hear from you."

Scott Goodwin Boston

Scott Goodwin has been shooting personally and professionally for over 25 years. His studios are located in Boston and Ipswich, MA, but he shoots both domestically and internationally.

Scott particularly enjoys the variety of challenges that the diversity of his assignments brings. He will be shooting on location abroad one week, followed the next by in-studio food photography. From location to food to fashion, Scott adds his trained eye and creative talents alongside an even temperament that keeps the shoot together and moving. His work varies from gallery exhibitions to advertising, billboards, collateral, in-store displays, annual reports and now video.

Scott not only diversifies his abilities in photography, but his personal hobbies are also broad ranged. He shoots competitive Skeet, is a certified rebreather scuba diver, has raced cars from Canada to Florida with the Porsche Club, and spends lots of his free time playing tennis and boating around Ipswich.

Timothy Hogan Los Angeles

Precise. Innovative. Adventurous. These are the words that describe the work of Los Angeles still life photographer, Timothy Hogan.

He has spent the last 18 years creating compelling product, liquid, jewellery and still life campaigns for clients such as David Yurman, Johnnie Walker and Vince Camuto, to name a few.

Timothy’s talents beyond photography - including bespoke set design and fabrication from his shop in Ojai along with his expert wilderness experience - combine into a unique skillset that is as impossible to replicate as his visuals. His collaborative and easygoing nature don’t hurt the process either.

Vijeyabhaskaran Mohan Los Angeles

Vijeyabhaskaran Mohan is a still life photographer based in the heart of Hollywood. With his exceptional lighting techniques Vijey manages to make even a simple everyday object look extraordinary. Apart from still life, Vijey also specialises in shooting liquids and he is an expert in manipulating liquids with other products.

Driven by the thirst to be the best in the photo industry, Vijey is always shooting new work in the studio or sketching new ideas. He is one of the youngest in the industry, and his work already stands out and has caught the eye.