Gabriela explored Canada’s remote Magdalen Islands, capturing some lovely colours and local life for Condé Nast Traveler.View more 20 Apr 2018
Gorgeous new work by Dolly capturing the beauty and colour at the New York Botanical Garden orchid show. Some absolute stunners in there.View more 20 Apr 2018
Heavenly food photography by Gabriela for The New York Times, featuring Brooklyn newcomer, Claro restaurant.View more 20 Apr 2018
Jesse has shot a new campaign for Rhode Island Tourism.
He uses his signature skills with outdoor photography to beautifully capture and spirit and landscapes of this New England destination.View more 12 Apr 2018
Gabriela has contributed some stunning work to powerhouse Martha Stewart’s new book, Martha’s Flowers.
Gabriela got to snoop around her garden while shooting for the publication.View more 28 Mar 2018
Gorgeous portraits by Gabriela of actress Rosie Perez, shot for The New York Times.
For more of Gabriela’s work, click on the link below.View more 28 Mar 2018
Jens has been busy with CGI layouts for Lufthansa’s plane livery, created to launch the airline’s new branding.View more 28 Mar 2018
Brilliantly bold new work from Dolly’s shoot of the ‘Sumo + Sushi’ event at New York’s Playstation Theater.
She has been sharing some highlights in a takeover of The New Yorker’s Instagram account.
‘I loved this idea of presenting a ritual that is thousands of years old through a modern lens under Broadway lights,’ says Dolly.
I was mesmerised by the fluid, unconventional shapes in this spectacle…and used their forms as a canvas for colour.’View more 22 Mar 2018
Jens has been busy shooting some beautiful landscape scenes in Namibia.
Click on the link below to see more of his global landscapes series.View more 15 Mar 2018
Sublime new aerial images from Jens over the Florida Keys.
See the link below for more of his global landscapes.
Amazing new images by Jens from his shoot of the German aircraft transporter, Junkers 52, for Lufthansa’s Miles & More.View more 14 Mar 2018
Dolly made the front page of The New York Times with this magical image from designer Jeremy Scott’s New York Fashion Week FW18 runway show.
Gabriela captures the true spirit and beauty of landscapes and special places with her latest travel images from Long Island’s North Fork.
Follow the link below for more travel and landscape photography by Gabriela.
Jesse has been shooting the breathtaking landscapes of Vancouver.
He shows off a great knack for poetic beauty with this image.View more 1 Mar 2018
Jens has added some stunning new desertscapes to his human traces series. The series is all about lonely, remote landscapes with just a hint of civilisation in them. These latest images are from Namibia.View more 1 Mar 2018
One of Noah’s short documentary films is in the 2018 Slamdance Film Festival in Utah.
Slamdance describes itself as a showcase for raw and innovative filmmaking.
It will be showing Noah’s film about the life of a model working for Taobao, China’s largest online shopping site.
The Taobao film is part of Noah’s wider Work-is series bringing to life modern jobs in China, another talent he focuses on outside of his photography.
This one captures Pin’er during a day of shooting, which included more than 150 outfit changes over the course of 13 hours – a fairly typical day for her.View more 25 Jan 2018
Dolly is part of a a new group exhibition at The Untitled Space, an art gallery in Tribeca, New York.
This image from her coverage of a celeb-studded danceathon by Opening Ceremony and grassroots organisation Swing Left is in the show, ‘One Year of Resistance’, until 4 February.
An image from Dolly’s NYFW coverage has been selected as one of the remarkable photos from 2017 by The New York Times.
It shows model Karlie Kloss rehearsing for designer Brandon Maxwell’s spring ‘18 collection show, at Doubles, in New York’s Sherry Netherland hotel.
“I’m honoured to be included with so many beautiful photos by such talented photographers,” says Dolly.View more 3 Jan 2018
New pictures from Gabriela portraying beautiful human connections between parent and child.
See more from her shoot for non-profit organisation Nurse-Family Partnership, which works to transform the lives of babies and first-time mums.
Her images help to highlight the work of its community health programme in the U.S., which is all about creating better futures.View more 19 Dec 2017
It’s been a busy year for our photographers. There have been collaborations with the likes of Ford, Honda, Siemens, Lufthansa, and design label Open Ceremony.
And away from photography (but we are just as proud of him), there has been more recognition for Christopher LaMarca’s filmmaking skills, with documentary film Boone.
As 2017 comes to an end, we wanted to share some of these highlights. So check out the private gallery in the link below.
In the meantime, happy holidays and have a great New Year.
Photo credit is Jens Görlich, one from his landscapes series.View more 19 Dec 2017
Jørn is teaming up with fellow Norwegian photographer Nina Rangøy for a narrative portrait workshop in Hackney, London, from 22-26 February 2018.
They will show you how to connect quickly, have a vision and create quality portraits that tell a story.
“This will be a challenging workshop where we invite you to venture outside your comfort zone,’ they say.
Rebecca McClelland, former picture editor at The Sunday Times and New Statesman magazines, will also visit as a bonus guest lecturer. She is currently deputy director and curator of The Ian Parry scholarship for young photographers.
Like Nina, Jørn has shot portraits for many years through assignments for newspapers, advertising, business, traditional photo studio photography and personal projects.
You can sign up for the workshop now.View more 7 Dec 2017
Dolly has been busy shooting design label Opening Ceremony’s danceathon, with Mark Ronson among the DJs.
Dance Left was hosted by Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, from OC, at Spring Studios in New York, in aid of Swing Left, a grassroots organisation working to swing the U.S. House of Representatives blue in 2018.
‘It was inspiring to see so many young people uniting and getting involved,’ says Dolly. Among the faces were actresses Clare Danes, Whoopi Goldberg, Natasha Lyonne, Chloë Sevigny and Amber Tamblyn, plus plenty of funky fashion people ‘dancing their asses off all night’, adds Dolly.View more 6 Dec 2017
Tea & Water Pictures is excited to announce a new photography and magazine project, I Love Shrewsbury.
It follows on from Jørn’s super successful (and still ongoing) I Love Chatsworth Road project, and marks the second chapter in his photo stories about local people and everyday lives.
Like ILCR, it’s about bridging community gaps and connecting people, and documenting a geographical area.
Tea & Water Pictures is working in collaboration with Jørn and Shrewsbury producer, Sam Pooley, from PS wecreate to put it together.
“We aim to chronicle Shrewsbury’s rich history, heritage and charm, but also the changes going on as it becomes more culturally diverse,” says Jørn. “It should be a valuable archive of this town, something for future generations. But also a way to connect people.”
As part of the project, specially-illustrated, charity tea towels of Shrewsbury Coffee House have been made. They are designed by Cherie Jerrard and being sold in aid of homeless charity The Shrewsbury Ark.
The first ILS magazine is due to be published in early 2018.View more 4 Dec 2017
Jesse has had the chance to shoot legendary biologist and storyteller Bernd Heinrich for U.S. magazine Outside.
“I stayed in his cabin and got to know Bernd and his life and land,’ says Jesse. “It was an incredible opportunity.”
“Bernd is a true naturalist and lives off the grid in Maine on 650 acres. No electricity, no road access, just him, his wife and the woods. You will want to read his books and this story.”
Jesse travelled up to Maine a few times to photograph Bernd, also an ultramarathoner, capturing him at home in the wild, holding a raven’s skull and bear-hugging a 50ft pine tree to inspect a crow’s nest at the very top.View more 17 Nov 2017
Gabriela has been lucky enough to meet and photograph renowned primatologist and conservationist Dr Jane Goodall for The New York Times.
‘What an incredible woman…truly an honour and inspiration,” says Gabriela.
“At 83, she still knows how to ham it up [during press interviews] and charm those around her.”
Jane founded global conservation organisation the Jane Goodall Institute, which operates in around 35 countries.
It empowers people to make a difference for all living things and has become a leader in innovative conservation approaches that better the lives of local people.View more 26 Oct 2017
Micheal has been shooting drive technology at Siemens’ historic factory in Ohio and the workers behind it.
His photos include some really quite beautiful images of machinery at the Norwood manufacturing plant, one of Siemens’ oldest facilities globally.
Micheal’s assignment was to show how its current American workers are trained, and the apprentice programmes making them technically adept.
“One of the most enjoyable aspects of shooting on location is that you never quite know what you will find,” he says.
“And there is almost always someone or something unexpectedly wonderful that shows up.”
The factory makes electric motors used in rail systems and oil, gas and chemical power generation.
It dates back to 1898 and is currently undergoing a $14 million investment in new equipment and machinery.
See more of Micheal’s work below.View more 18 Oct 2017
More models, clothes and catwalk fun from New York Fashion Week by Dolly.
Highlights included shooting backstage at the Fenty X Puma Show for singer Rihanna’s new beauty brand Fenty, where it was all BMX bikes and pink sand dunes.
Dolly also photographed top designer Brandon Maxwell’s spring 18 collection at New York institution The Sherry-Netherland Hotel.
Also for The New York Times, Dolly captured some of those in-between moments away from the catwalk in ‘Off the Runway’, where she raced around to different shows in the city.View more 6 Oct 2017