Bonnie Schiffman Los Angeles

"The making of a portrait is a visual dance; non.threatening, no judgment, simply a trust that something will emerge.

As I look through the lens, it's just a feeling from my heart, to my brain, to my right thumb. The shutter button is pressed; that moment has passed forever, but inside my camera, the image of that moment is now preserved. I can't wait to see it, because the photograph is evidence that something magical happened.

The art of photography is minimal, decisive, a wonder, and always a gift." Bonnie Schiffman.

Brano Gilan Paris

Brano Gilan has been working for almost 10 years as cameraman and photographer for fashion shows and events. Specialised in backstage and celebrity filming, he captures the atmosphere and emotions of the event. He has also filmed fashion designers as Haider Ackermann and Dries van Notes at their creative process.

Lately, he was working on the Saint Laurent fashion show in Berlin as well as Paris Fashion Week. He absorbs the energy of an event and translates it to his visuals. Rich in experience, he adapts very well to new environments and is able to connect with celebrities and clients.

Brent Herrig London - New York

Culinary portraiture photographer and director, Brent Herrig has an offer - let's join forces to transform your upcoming portrait concepts into an unforgettable portrait or engaging videos that will captivate any audience. Together, we can elevate your brand's visual storytelling to new heights this season!

Portraiture, culinary lifestyle, and hospitality photographer and director, Brent Herrig is ready to capture your next assignment with the highest professionalism possible. Traveling in between London and New York City, Brent Herrig Creative is perfectly equipped to meet the distinctive demands of creative professionals in search of a culinary portrait perspective.

Brent's reach is global, boasting a diverse portfolio that showcases partnerships with esteemed brands like AMEX, Belvedere Vodka, and Nespresso. He has photographed over 300 chefs and 85+ Michelin stars. Working with the world's best chefs, he is capable of capturing both great portraits and their food or story. Whether you are a brand or an agency, our team is primed to translate your vision into reality.

Let's embark on an exciting venture to concoct awe-inspiring visuals that strike a chord with your intended audience. Reach out to Brent Herrig Creative today and explore how they will capture your next portrait assignment.

Cheryl Clegg Boston

It has been a busy spring for Cheryl Clegg Photo, as she continues to be behind the camera creating portraits and image libraries for her clients.

Cheryl Clegg strives to create thought provoking images with every subject in front of her camera. Based in the Boston area, Cheryl is always happy to travel to meet her client’s needs. In addition to Cheryl’s commissioned work, she continues to work on her long term on going  project, 'The Endangered Lobstermen'. A series of portraits of the lobster fishing families in the state of Maine that are at risk of losing their way of life because of new regulations the industry is facing.

Recent projects include portraits for Deloitte, McLean Hospital's 'Deconstructing Stigma' campaign, The Worthington Foundation, Benchmark Senior Living, Mathworks, and celebrity Chef Nick DiGiovanni, to name a few.

Christian Lartillot Paris

"Catherine Deneuve said, 'What matters for the actor is his personality, his presence'. That quote sums up quite well what I search in photography and film. What interests me in athletes or artists is to show their presence and capture their human singularity. Sweat, blood and tears is my motto: the full range of movement and emotions."

Christian has worked for publications such as L'Équipe, L'Équipe Mag, Sport & Style, France Football, Les Inrockuptibles, Vogue, Madame Figaro, Télérama, Grazia, Glamour and Athletica.

And he has collaborated with brands and organisations like Gucci, Armani, Prada, Fendi, Millet Mountain Group, On Running, Asics, Hermès, Dior, Givenchy, Repetto, Opéra National de Paris, Ministère de Ville, Fédération Française de Gymnastique, What Dance Can Do project.

Daniel Lewis Photography London

Daniel Lewis is a London-based photographer with extensive and varied experience in the industry, beginning his career as a photojournalist.  

Operating within the portrait, corporate, and industrial fields, Daniel skillfully captures individuals from diverse backgrounds. He seamlessly transitions between photographing Academy Award-winning film directors, renowned sports stars, and high-profile executives of FTSE 100 companies.

When time permits, Daniel actively engages in pursuing smaller, personal projects, showcasing his keen eye and artistic vision. One notable project, his 'Open House' series, not only evolved into a solo exhibit but also earned the distinction of having two of its images prominently displayed at London's prestigious Mall Galleries. He has worked for such global corporations as HSBC, Glencore and AngloAmerican, as well as UK institutions such as the BBC, the English Premier League, Marks & Spencer and Virgin Atlantic.  

Daniel has been published in National Geographic Traveller, The Guardian and The Times of London, as well as many other UK titles.

Hugo B. Lefort Montreal

"For me, photography is the meeting of two things.

It is the encounter between people - with all their stories and their humanity - and light. The main challenge is to harmonise the two to leave room for the story I want to tell through the photo.

Whether through a simple portrait or a complex staging, the story, for me, is always the most important.

And it is created as a team by adding the experience, talent and passion of each."

Jack Margerison London

Jack Margerison is a photographer renowned for his ability to capture stylised portraits that uncover the distinctive personalities and emotions of his subjects.

With a profound sense of empathy and understanding, he adeptly creates candid and spontaneous moments within his photographs.

Jack's portfolio encompasses a wide range of commercial, editorial, and campaign projects, collaborating with esteemed clients such as The Premier League, Sports England, EE, Samsung, The New York Times, and Tesco.

His skills shine brightest under pressure, as he passionately crafts visual narratives that deeply resonate with viewers.

Jesse Rieser Los Angeles

From the age of 17, Jesse Rieser began looking through a lens, making portraits filled with telling details and compelling characters. He quickly became recognized for not only his success with commercial clients but also in the fine art world. His work inspires engagement, drawing in the viewer, causing them to wonder about the subjects and the stories they have to tell.

With over 40 exhibitions, Rieser continues to find ways of injecting art into his portrait photography. Here we see work from his personal practice paired with client commissions fo Emporio Armani, Bloomberg, ESPN, Golf Digest, Outside Magazine, Popular Mechanics and Time.

Clients find him as a creative additive to the collaborative process not only with his technical expertise but also in the ideation phase. He feels his greatest currency is how he communicates and sees the world. Some call it empathy. Some call it charm. His mom just says he’s a nice young man.

Luiz Maximiano Sao Paulo

Luiz Maximiano became a photographer during the time he lived in Amsterdam, Netherlands, where he won the Canon Prize in 2007 as new talent of that year in photojournalism.

An alumnus of ICP in New York, he has worked for such publications as Time Magazine, Newsweek, ESPN, Panorama, Der Spiegel, L’Espresso, Die Zeit, Smithsonian and Playboy.

In more recent years, he has also worked in cinema projects as a director of photography.

Michael Tedesco Nashville

Michael Dominic Tedesco is a portrait and location photographer based in Nashville, Tennessee, but is often seen working in and walking the streets of major cities and remote towns around the world.

Prior to relocating to Nashville, Michael was based out of and photographed in the East Village and East Harlem neighborhoods of New York City, where he still often works and maintains a secondary residence.

Some of Michael’s past and present clients include: Warner Music Nashville, Warner Music Group, Bühler, Mutual of America, Farm Bureau Insurance, GS Steel, Penguin Publishing Group, Gotham Books, Avery Books, Bloomberg Markets, Men's Health, Women's Health, Men's Fitness, The Source, Jujamcyn Theaters, Journal Communications, and many departments of agriculture in the United States.

Visit Michael’s website to view more of his work.

Michael Wharley London

As a former actor, Michael has a keen eye for narrative and a flair for the dramatic. His poppy, energetic portraits combine stunning lighting with wit and story. Plus he possesses an uncanny ability to put even the most famous star at their ease, whether shooting editorial portraits or marketing campaigns.

Recent work has seen Michael shoot Jim Broadbent for 'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry' (eOne), key art for neurodivergent drama 'A Kind of Spark' (BBC/BYU TV), Charlie Brooker for Netflix on the release of Black Mirror Season 6, Charity Wakefield (The Great) at dawn for Broadleaf Magazine, Rufus Hound and Will Young for new projects, as well as Charlton Athletic footballer Sean Clare.

His project 'Classic Beats on Brixton Streets' won GOLD at The AOP Awards, and he has recently signed to be represented by Daniela and the team at Park Village.

He has a stunning new portfolio from Delta Design, which he would love to meet and show you in person.

Niels Busch Copenhagen

As a highly experienced  photographer, Niels Busch possesses a unique Scandinavian eye for aesthetics, capturing the essence of simple living and the pure northern light. His lifestyle, portraits, commercial, and NGO images are not only visually appealing but also in high demand.

Niels's talent shines in any environment, whether it be an office, a laboratory, or a bustling metropolis. He effortlessly navigates through different settings, working seamlessly with small or large teams behind and in front of the camera. What sets his work apart is his ability to make his pictures appear simple, light, and playful, even when the subject matter may not naturally lend itself to such characteristics.

With a diverse clientele, including large international industrial and pharmaceutical companies, advertising agencies, and NGOs, Niels has proven his ability to cater to various needs and deliver exceptional results. His work has taken him across the globe many times over, collaborating with national and international clients. Based in Copenhagen, he spends a significant portion of his time abroad, working on assignments for months at a time.

Furthermore, Niels's passion for photography extends beyond commissioned work. He actively engages in personal projects, such as creating books and organising exhibitions. This dedication to his craft showcases his commitment to continuously pushing boundaries and exploring new creative avenues.

Represented by JSR Olivia Beasley London

Olivia Beasley began her career as an illustrator before moving over to photography. Memory and storytelling are important triggers for projects, and she likes to create a narrative in her photographs showing people in real places or constructed environments to give a sense of time and place. Her story ideas often begin with a written text which can be re-imagined as still and moving images.

This same approach is used by Olivia on portraits, fashion or still life projects. She enjoys collaborating with people – “the people I’m photographing and everyone that helps me make reality look a little bit better”.

See more of Olivia's work here. Olivia is represented by JSR, follow them on Instagram.

Represented by JSR Perou London

Master photographer of people: sports stars, actors, musicians, politicians, models and less famous people too. Worldwide, for design companies, ad agencies, record companies, PR firms, magazines and more.

Recently Perou has been photographing big cats: tigers, lions, cheetahs, jaguar and leopards, in a studio he set up inside a lion’s den (literally not metaphorically) to highlight how endangered these animals are.

There is currently a large public display of these works in the Stainer Street tunnel of London Bridge train station.

He has also been photographing the construction of Crossrail and the people making it.

In the middle of a global pandemic, the best-selling book Perou had been working on for 21 years was released: ‘Marilyn Manson by Perou: 21 years in Hell’ published by s always, available for commissions.

PEROU is represented by JSR,see more of his work here and check their latest projects on Instagram.

Peter Baiamonte New York - Boston

Peter Baiamonte wants to tell you a story; give you a glimpse of a place; reveal someone's personality; or divulge some meaning—with each image.

A native New Yorker, Peter Baiamonte has worked in the photo industry since the mid 90s, accumulating many years of crew work before moving into his own projects. He has recently begun to revisit the world of his beginnings with some work using film, exploring again the use of film cameras in his portraiture, and experimenting with multiple exposures on film.

Peter’s work covers many styles and disciplines, including portraiture, lifestyle, landscape, travel, and sports. He splits his time between New York City and the Massachusetts Berkshires, working regularly with clients in New York and Boston as well as the entirety of New England. He is available to travel worldwide.

The photo subjects in this Spotlight include: the design firm Sarankco; film director Sarah T. Schwab; University of the Pacific; Berkshire Magazine; and some personal images from Peter's travels around the world—including the Isle of Skye and Antarctica.

Robert Wilson London

London-based portrait photographer Robert Wilson continues to produce some of the finest examples of memorable celebrity imagery.

He is equally at home shooting Prime Ministers, sports stars and actors as he is shooting the everyday or extraordinary, as seen in one of his personal or long-term projects. 

His commercial client list includes the likes of Adidas, Nike, and Peroni, whereby his celebrity portraits feature on the cover of The Times Saturday Magazine.

Many of his portraits are held within the permanent collections of both the English and Scottish National Portrait Galleries, and his work and portraits from the Afghanistan War are regarded as an important historical record.

Whether in the studio or the field his innate passion to capture the emotion of his subjects along with his recognisable technique ensures his images stand the test of time.

See more here and follow on Instagram.

Stef King Australia

Stef’s personable, relaxed demeanour, combined with her ability to bring out the inner strength and beauty in her subject, has enabled her to photographed some of Australia’s best and brightest talents, from politicians and celebrities to athletes and supermodels to everyday people making positive global change.

Represented by JSR Stuart McClymont London

London-based portrait photographer Stuart McClymont has been capturing the essence of his subjects in his portraits for over 18 years. Quite a character himself, he has extensive experience in portrait and fashion photography. His passion for photography is perfectly complemented by his incredible technical knowledge; his love for his work shows in his images and every shoot is a pleasure.

He has built up an impressive commercial portfolio, regularly shooting editorial and advertising campaigns for a broad range of clients including Honda, Nike, Sony, Sky, EasyJet, Remington, Police, Ralph Lauren, MTN, AA, Nokia, Panasonic and Brother.

Stuart is represented by JSR, see more of his work here and check their latest projects on Instagram.