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Interview with Advertising Photographer John Fulton

John-Fulton photography

John Fulton was recently named a Luerzer’s Archive Top 200 Advertising Photographer Worldwide, and his work has been recognized globally by the likes of Hasselblad Masters, Ads of the World, Canon, “Lucies” (The Int’l Photography Awards), The Addy’s, and Prix de la Photographie Paris, among others. He is based in Savannah, Georgia and represented by Visu Artists and Wonderful Machine.

John-Fulton photography

Dreamlike and Modern Still Life Photographed by Niklas Alm

Mateus Niklas Alm photography

This work is from a campaign for chinaware brand Mateus. The set designer, Anton Thorsson, and I got free rein to create the concept for the campaign. The environments are all made of paper and we wanted to create a dreamlike feeling to them which we enhanced by using smoke as fog.

Swedish still life and advertising photographer Niklas Alm started exploring the world of photography as a kid in his parents darkroom. Since 2001, he has been working with both editorial and advertising commissions; creating interesting environments and images with a character of their own.

Mateus Niklas Alm photography

Quirky Photographs of a Fictitious Olympic Team

Oli Kellett Vodkovia photography London Olympics

Oli Kellett is a London-based photographer who earned his degree from St. Martins Art College. He worked at several London ad agencies as an art director before leaving in 2008 to pursue photography full time. His recent project is entitled ‘Team Vodkovia’ and features a digitally-designed team of olympic hopefuls from the fictitious country of Vodkovia.

Photo du jour: Winkler + Noah

Winkler and Noah photographyPhoto by Winkler + Noah

Photo du jour: Ryan McGinley

Ryan-McGinley photography Edun butterflyPhoto by Ryan McGinley for Edun

Rob Steel’s cheeky and playful photography

Rob Steel photography

Rob Steel is a London based commercial photographer with a skewed view of the world. Some of his clients include Swatch, American Express, Playstation 2 and Kellogg’s. He is represented by Metcalfe Lancaster in London.

Rob Steel photography

Rob Steel photography

Behind the Scenes: Kenneth Willardt

Shu Pei Maybelline Calendar Kenneth Willardt

Since starting out as a photographer’s assistant in Europe, Danish-born beauty photographer Kenneth Willardt has come to dominate the world of American beauty photography. Along with work for clients such as Christian Dior, L’Oreal Paris, Neutrogena, Nivea and Target, he has been producing images for the worldwide Maybelline print campaigns since 2006. He was recently commissioned to create TV spots for Maybelline, which, combined with his use of Red camera technology, further expanded his technical and commercial repertoire. His editorial work has been published in many publications including Allure, A Magazine, Chinese Vogue, German Vogue, Spanish Vogue, Brazilian Vogue, US Glamour, British Glamour and GQ. This shoot was for the Maybelline 2011 Calendar, which is a small edition distributed to the top 500 worldwide magazine editors.

Q&A: Matt Hoyle, New York

Matt Hoyle interview Barnumville photography

Before becoming a professional photographer, Matt Hoyle was a Creative Director in advertising. His photography has been recognized in Communication Arts, PDN Photo Annual, and D&AD. He’s been selected as one of the 200 Best Ad Photographers by Lurzer’s Archive, and has appeared multiple times in the IPA Best of Show. His work has also won a Cannes Gold Lion. Matt’s clients include Saatchi & Saatchi, BBDO, GSD&M, Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, Wired and Fast Company among others. This work is from his new personal series, Barnumville.

Dylan Collard, London

Anders Wallace, New York

Anders Wallace Photography

Anders Wallace is a photographer and filmmaker originally from South Florida. He moved to New York City in 2007 to study at the School of Visual Arts. Since then he has been assisting for New York photographers while refining his own work and exploring moving video as a medium. His pictures are made rather than simply taken. They are constructed illustratively to form a filmic and often fantastical narrative using classic archetypes of Mythology to discuss identity and relationships in the de-romanticized landscape of Modernity. Wallace is looking to apply his dramatic visual style and rich conceptual subtext to the commercial worlds of Portraiture, Advertising, and Editorial pictures.