Robin Schwartz

Robin Schwartz's photographs are held in museum collections, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.and The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She earned a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from Pratt Institute. Robin worked as an editor/curator for National Geographic Magazine’s Your Shot assignment, "The Animals We Love" and wrote a chapter in The National Geographic publication "Getting Your Shot".

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Michael Müller

Michael's specialty is capturing situations and emotions without the use of artificial light and keeping it to its purest form. Michael works in Blazing Heat, Torrential Rain and Blinding Blizzards as part of his every day workflow. His Photographs seem so authentic the viewer becomes part of his style. Sports, People and Lifestyle Imagery is want Michael is about and clients request him when the need a look of naturalness and authenticity in the work.

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Jonathan Kozowyk

Jonathan Kozowyk is a commercial advertising and editorial photographer formally trained at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. assisting, he began to land jobs of his own Jonathan is lucky to travel often for commissions all over the country. He enjoys collaborating with creatives to capture genuine moments both big and small. He finds inspiration in everything around him, from the people he photographs to the places he travels. In his down time he likes to surf, ride his skateboard, look at maps, and spend time with his beautiful girlfriend and his furry dog.

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Robert Westrich

Robert is a working photographer focusing on landscapes, people and transportation. His personal visual language and attention to detail has gained him numerous national and international awards being exhibited in London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles. Born in Augsburg, Robert currently lives in Stuttgart and is a member of the German Association of Freelance Photographers. Clients include Mercedes-Benz, Clariant, Recaro, Mercedes-AMG , Deutscher Saunabund and more.

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Julia Cawley

Julia Cawley is a food photographer and food blogger based in Brooklyn, New York. She found her passion for food when hired to photograph a cookbook.  At that point, she had never taken a photo of food before. Now, eight cookbooks later, she is a foodie through and through. Her food blog Liz&Jewels has gained followers from all over the world. Julia lives Bushwick with husband, her daughter, and their pit mix Lola.

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Cedric Schanze

Filmmaker and photographer specialized in outdoor productions. He dives, climbs, flys and hikes around the globe, passionately realizing commercial and independent projects. So far He has shot photos and films in the tropic rainforest of Brazil, in the cold Fjords of Norway, Iceland´s vast glaciers, the Swiss/Austrian alps and native sea world. Previous jobs as well as my practical education at University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf enabled me to build strong skills in all kinds of outdoor productions ranging from under the water surface to up in the mountains .

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Richard Radstone

Richard's passion for honesty and meaningful story continues to evolve as he drives himself to capture his signature pure and revealing portraits, as well as through the film works he produces. He quotes, "If it does not come from a place of honest emotion, whether real or created, it will have no life."

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Simon Cheng Joo

Born Singapore in 1973, Simon Cheng Joo spent his formative years in LaSalle College of the Fine Arts majoring in Fine Arts. In his final year, Simon was awarded & dispatched to Paris for a 3 month exchange program where he explored & found inspiration through foreign cultures. His works are published & exhibited in local & international publications & art shows. Simon works spontaneously with Polaroid’s through medium format cameras. He believes it is not about the technical precision, but identifying & Capturing moods. The spirit within daily spaces & the mundane of everyday objects. Shooting in this intangible style is challenging, but all the more Rewarding.

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George Fulton

“Love hurts. Photos tickle,” is just one of conceptual photo-illustrator, George Fulton’s, working mantras. Often nostalgic, archetypal, and situational, George’s characters are laced with irony and wit, served slightly more dry than wet. Large set or small, his images are layered with secondary stories, as he believes a great ad image not only stops the viewer, but “gets them to stay a while.” Productions and awards include ASICS, Mastercard, John Hancock, Exxon, Sears, Pepsi, Equifax, IBM, SCANA Corp, March of Dimes and many more.

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John Sibilski

Authenticity - Real, genuine, true and accurate. The Midwest is full of it; authentic brands, authentic values, and most importantly, authentic people. John Sibilski is just that - Authentic. John grew up in the Milwaukee area as the son of art director. His father passed down two important traits - his work ethic, and his innate ability to pick out, and appreciate the simple things. John's goal is, and always has been, to create honest and genuine images that tell a story. In a digital world where images and media bombard the public from all angles, John's goal stays constant --- to have genuine moments unfold in front of his camera, and capture authenticity.

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Dominique Malaterre

A term that Dominique Malaterre often hears used to describe as sophisticated. I try to take photographs that have an impact that offer images that last, she notes. If they are called sophisticated, I suppose that is fine. A native of France, Malaterre graduated from the University of Montreal with a degree in Art History. She spent time in the art world and as a photographer's assistant before opening her own studio, Tilt, in Montreal. Since then, she has won more than 160 awards, including twice being named Quebec Photographer of the Year. She has also been nominated as Woman of the Year in Communications in Quebec.

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