Julia Fullerton-Batten

The dramatic, cinematic and sometimes enigmatic images of photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten are sought after by the top ad agencies and art collectors worldwide. She’s the rare photographer who successfully straddles the commercial and fine art worlds; doing so with a boldly beautiful look that explores the emotions of maturing into an adult. Fullerton-Batten’s accomplishments — […]

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Ian Butterworth

From sleek car photography to conceptual still life and witty portraits Photographer Ian Butterworth wears many hats working as an ad photographer in the diverse Australian market. On the international stage he’s become well known as someone who can bring a humorous concept to life; walking the fine line between refined humor and silliness. He […]

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Mat Baker

For photographers who dream of shooting fun ad campaigns for international brands Mat Baker is surely a source of inspiration. In less than four years Baker made the move from shooting headshots of models in his native New Zealand to traveling around the world shooting campaigns for top ad agencies. In those few short years […]

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Kevin Cooley

Photographer Kevin Cooley isn’t afraid of the dark. In fact, he’s almost like a cat, using the cover of darkness as his opportunity to go out and hunt – for pictures. He’s known for using the night sky like a giant canvass and a plethora of manmade light sources like paintbrushes to create stunning fine […]

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Kelvin Murray

It seems like everywhere you look recently you see one of Kelvin Murray’s photographs. He’s won eight major awards for his imagery this year alone and you’ve likely come across our featured image in the 2009 PDN Photo Annual or in the 2008 Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide. Despite all of his success […]

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Kurt Stallaert

  Belgian photographer Kurt Stallaert imagery is as broad as it is idiosyncratic. He shoots fine art, fashion, advertising, and more recently motion pictures. His work is united by a shadowy cheer and quirky humor in striking images. For these reasons, and because of his inexhaustible drive, his work is distinctive and has earned him […]

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Albert Watson

Instead of listing the accomplishments of Albert Watson — the hundred plus covers for Vogue, the countless celebrity portraits, the armfuls of awards– it would be easier to simply state the obvious: he’s a photographic icon. For over forty years Watson has created such an abundance of memorable images that to look through his portfolio […]

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Murray Fredericks

Imagine living by yourself in the middle of nowhere — not a living creature in site – and all you have to keep you company is a camera and a good book. This is what photographer Murray Fredericks did sixteen times for up to five weeks each time to create an epic body of work […]

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Mitch Dobrowner

Photographer Mitch Dobrowner creates images of extreme weather that have the nuance and beauty of delicate portraits. Violent skies are contained by his frame and turned into artwork that begs to be admired. He shows no evidence of the destruction; he simply revels in the beauty of the beast. Much like the storms that Dobrowner […]

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Andy Anderson

The past twenty years have been good ones for photographer Andy Anderson. After retiring from a career in the US Air Force he was made the first staff photographer at Men’s Journal. He’s been busy ever since, shooting constantly for top magazines and ad agencies, working around the globe like an over-caffeinated jet pilot. His […]

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