- REBECCA BATHORY
- NIKLAS HOEJLUND
- ULRICH KNOBLAUCH
- DARIUSZ KLIMCZAK
- GREG LOTUS
- ARX PICTURES
- DINA BROADHURST
- JAMIE NELSON
- LISA ERYN
- LOUIS DÉCAMPS
- RICHARD BERNARDIN
- WILLIAMS AND HIRAKAWA
Rebecca Bathory is a London based photographer who received degrees at the University of Arts London and the University of Creative Arts. Her work breathes life into forgotten historical locations through her photographs, reawakening old narratives and finding beauty in their ruin. She seeks to capture a romantic record of these decaying spaces for posterity.
Born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, Niklas has always been interested in visual media, and studied at the School of Design of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. The Scandinavian minimalist design tradition has certainly impacted his photography, which has featured in publications including ELLE, Grazia, Harper's Bazaar Interiors, Vanity Fair and Vogue.
South African born Ulrich Knoblauch’s easy going personality, infectious enthusiasm and positive outlook on life, combined with his love for a clean aesthetic and constant search for beauty in all his subjects, has made him a firm favorite amongst clients. He regularly collaborates with Self Service, Paris Vogue, Rag & Bone, Givenchy, Mugler, Isabel Marant, Lacoste, Victoria Beckham, Alexander McQueen and Margiela amongst others.
Dariusz Klimczak is a Polish photographer whose photo-manipulative works employ universal symbols to capture a certain humor and contemplative mood. He has been taking pictures for over thirty years, and his work has been presented in over a dozen exhibitions in Poland.
Photographer Greg Lotus' work can be found regularly in the pages of Italian Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, L'Uomo Vogue, and W magazine. Drawing inspiration from classical paintings and a wide array of sources and life experiences, Lotus reinterprets in his own evocative way the use of light and shadow, playing with angles and composition to enhance the graphic quality of his images. Currently, Lotus splits his time between Manhattan, Paris and Miami.
Saheer Umar and Asya Gorbacheva are a NYC-based conceptual photography and filmmaking team working primarily with still life creations under the name Arx Pictures. Inspired by an archivists approach to sourcing both banal and rare objects, their work attempts to highlight glimpses of our shared experience thru their unique attention to materiality in sculptural and photographic form. They regularly work with brands including Swarovski, Supreme, Victoria’s Secret, Takashi Murakami and Nike amongst a list of others. Arx Pictures is a contemporary creative studio specializing in commercial and experimental film and visuals for fashion, luxury, still life, documentary and social media content. Employing future-leaning visual intelligence and a refined sense of aesthetics; explorations into narrative and brand communication are expertly handled with the utmost care and attention to detail.
Dina Broadhurst is an Australian artist, photographer and collector. Her work has been described as an “orgy of simplicity.” Using photography mixed with digital collage and 3D elements, Broadhurst’s vibrant work straddles the worlds of fashion and art. Her work highlights themes of femininity, sexuality, escapism, memory, fantasy, desire and luxury. She combines her artistry with her experience in fashion, advertising, interior design, visual communications and fine art. She has held exhibitions in her native Australia as well as throughout the world.
Jamie Nelson is a prolific fashion and beauty photographer based in New York. Hailing from Colorado Springs, she caught the world’s attention with her gorgeous compositions. Her work can be found in Vogue, Allure, Elle and Harper's Bazaar, to name a few.
Founder of TheseFineWalls, Lisa Eryn also enjoys photography herself and has found great success selling and marketing her work in the interior design world. For Lisa, whether capturing a fashion editorial or a moment with family and friends, the temporal integrity of a photograph is important and exciting.
Louis Décamps is a French photographer who has mastered surrealism in his work. His photographs portray a quirkiness and humor central to his style. Louis' works have been highlighted in Italian, German and Russian Elle, along with his numerous advertising shots for Barney's. His work has also been featured in Parisian galleries for the past 15 years, with his last show taking place in the Gallery Blondel in November 2013.
Richard Bernardin is a Canadian-American fashion and portrait photographer based between New York, Paris and Montreal. After studying film and photography, he decided to embark on the adventures of being a freelance fashion photographer. From Avedon to Newton, modernist to neo-classical architecture, Kubrick to Hong Kar-Wai, Richard has taken his references and nourished his erotically charged imagination. Richard’s photographs have been featured in various international editions of ELLE, Vogue, Grazia, Rolling Stones, and Maxim.
WILLIAMS AND HIRAKAWA
The two met while attending the Rochester Institute of Technology. After graduating in 1997, Mark and Sara moved to NY to pursue individual careers as photographers. Over the years, their sensibilities inevitably merged together and they decided to team up after their wedding in 2003. Their images are a true collaboration of both of their efforts and their pursuit is always to serve the picture. Mark and Sara currently reside in Los Angeles with their 10 year old son, Eli. Their work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, Vogue Japan, and Condé Nast Traveler.