Scott Bell is a commercial photographer with over twenty years experience shooting advertising campaigns as well as editorial assignments. He primarily shoots people on location with the focus on portraying a healthy, fit, and active lifestyle and capturing athletes at their best, no matter what the sport or recreation. While most of his assignments involve travel, he is just as comfortable shooting portraits or action in the studio. Scott is also creating more photo illustration types of imagery, taking advantage of this digital age and all the new tools at his disposal. Scott Bell Photography is located in the Chicago, Illinois area but maintains a presence in Florida between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale to facilitate his South Florida assignments.
Humorous illustrator and painter Hal Mayforth was born and raised in Vermont. He was lucky to have graduated from Skidmore College with a degree in Fine Art because he spent most of his four years playing rock and roll in bars. He started his illustration career in Boston and returned to Vermont where he lives with his wife and three sons. Hal has been the recipient of many awards and honors including a swimming award at Camp Abnaki in the early '60s. In addition to drawing little guys with big eyes and big noses for money, he is also serious about drawing in his sketchbooks every morning and fashioning those drawings into paintings.
Chris’s passion for photography began in his early teenage years when his mother sent him off, with his two sisters and brother, to photography courses every school holiday. The darkroom is an intriguing and amazing place for nurturing creativity.
After completing a BA, Chris entered the commercial photography industry and has never looked back. Chris has worked with all the major food, lifestyle, and interiors titles including Donna Hay, Gourmet Traveler, Martha Stewart, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Living, Livingetc
and many, many more. His advertising clients include Nestle, Sunbeam, Masters, Breville, Stacy’s Chips, Campbell’s, David Jones, Myers, Toyota, Perfect Italiano, Masterfoods, San Remo, and Lindt.
In 2008 and 2010, Chris won the Best Food Photographer award at the Bi-Annual Food Media Awards. Chris has also photographed two books (Etcetera
) with author and sister Sibella Court.
Sean's first camera was given to him by his Aunt when he was nine. He photographed everything in his world with an insatiable appetite. He was hooked. His high school photo teacher can be credited with setting his career path. From that one class a lifelong journey was set in motion. He spent the next four years at the Rochester institute of Technology.
These days he shoots for clients such as Serena & Lily, Tiny Prints, Roost, and many interior designers. Easy going, on time, within budget, and a team player, Sean works relentlessly to bring out the inherent beauty of your product. Delivering more than you asked for, but exactly what you’re looking for, his intention is to have an amazing and memorable day on set. He promises to bring something new and positive to the table, creating images that are full of depth and beauty.
Eve Steccati's illustrated maps open a world of possibilities. Her work brings a richness and distinction to each project, often incorporating architecture, flora and fauna, cultural elements, and ethnic patterns. Since graduating from California College of the Arts, her illustrations have been used by a wide variety of clients. Steccati's work has appeared in books, magazines, packaging, advertising, brochures, in-store murals, and interactive media. Wherever in the world you want to go, the maps of Eve Steccati can take you there.
Andy Ward is a UK-based illustrator. He studied painting at the Norwich School of Art before moving to London, spending eight years freelancing for editorial and advertising clients. His focus has since broadened to include toy design, jewelry and fashion – and his work appears on clothing, magazines, CD covers, products, the web, and more!
Mike Henry is a photographer, dad, film buff, guitar enthusiast, and husband who currently resides in the Los Angeles area. Mike's work captures life and youth culture as it happens...the moment between the moments, which is sometimes high energy and other times quiet moments. Clients like Mike because of his down-to-earth nature and for his ability to bring a realness to his work.
Angelica Hoyos Studios
Angelica Hoyos's expertise is in conceptual photography and environmental portraiture. Angelica began her career in visual communications as a graphic designer with a BFA in Graphic Design. Self-taught in photography Angelica was chosen as one of the photographers for Lucie Foundation's MOPLA 160/160 celebration and was shown in their Pro'jekt LA series and other group shows. From the seemingly mundane and relatable, Angelica conjures wonder, drama, magic. Her mastery of chiaroscuro embracing the interplay of shadows and light to evoke three dimensions makes every photo a diorama to be explored. Like being whisked away into an enchanted sugar egg, every Angelica Hoyos photo - unmistakable and unforgettable - is an adventure into a realm of unbound imagination.
Ed is an accomplished illustrator, experienced designer, and art director who has been working in the marketing industry for more than ten years. Through the years Ed has had the good fortune to illustrate and design for numerous well know brands including Burger King, Con Agra Foods, Fox Sports, Little Debbie Snacks, Learning Curve Toys, Mattel, McDonalds, Ohio Art, and Racing Champions/ERTL. His work is best described as unique, featuring a sense of motion while incorporating energy and visual interest. Basically, he creates work that stands out and creates interest in the brands that it is promoting without fishing around.
Travis specializes in illustration for magazines, advertising, marketing, licensing, video, and publishing.