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Kremer/Johnson Places Emphasis on Continuity and Efficiency in Motion Work
As a duo, Kremer/Johnson has learned to shoot motion work efficiently while maintaining continuity. Synergy is always at play, with Neil taking the lead on stills and Cory directing motion. Through cohesive teamwork, they are able to capture the same look for both motion and stills, using a variety of lighting techniques.Read more
Cade Martin Takes a Human Centric Approach to Medical Technology
Cade Martin aims that each image he creates holds a narrative living beyond the single still moment. His work is often a blend of imagination and reality so subtle, that you will be questioning if your own imagination isn't running wild. So when MACLYN came to him with a healthcare campaign that aimed to show the full human experience, as well as the technological capabilities, Cade was the perfect fit.Read more
David Martinez Refreshes his Director’s Reel, Placing Emphasis on Levity, Simplicity and a Good Beat
David Martinez is a collector of stories, with every new encounter an opportunity to tell a unique story and remove what isn’t needed in order to reveal the essential. In his new Director’s Reel, David captures fresh faces, new adventures and moments of zen.Read more
Zachary Scott, The New York Times Magazine, and a Traveling Cactus
Zachary Scott has been shooting editorial the majority of his career. In fact, his oldest client is The New York Times Magazine, who began hiring him in 2005. He has always loved working with the magazine as it has introduced him to incredible creatives, allowed him to work with a-list celebrities and has given him opportunities to travel around the world. His most recent cover for the magazine is with comedian and actor Bob Odenkirk.Read more
Jason Lindsey's Solar Hero Image Selected for APA LA's 2022 Off the Clock Competition
Jason's personal project, Solar Heroes, is a celebration of the people who install solar. He was aware that this was a politically charged topic when it shouldn’t be. So, Jason sought to highlight these unsung heroes. One of those images has been selected for APA LA's 2022 Off the Clock Competition.Read more
Bringing Still Portraits to Life: Lupine Hammack's Collaborative Motion Project with SLATE
Creating movement within a still portrait can seem impossible and might turn others away from such a project. However, Lupine Hammack is excited by the idea of doing something unimaginable. His alchemic mind is always buzzing with ideas, so when Brian from design studio SLATE came to him asking if he could create slow moving portraits of a dog to highlight new veterinary medicine technology, Lupine was all in.Read more
Dear Art Producer, Raquel Duarte and The Dynamic Life a Freelance Producer in an Ever-Evolving Advertising Industry
On this episode of Dear Art Producer, Heather is joined by Executive Producer, Raquel Duarte. In their conversation, Heather and Raquel dive deep into the challenges of being a freelance producer, remote work, the evolution of the producer’s role in such a dynamic industry, as well as insight into Raquel’s personal working style and processes.Read more
Jason Lindsey's 'Cracks in the Ice' Featured on Lenscratch for Earth Week
Daily journal LENSCRATCH featured Jason Lindsey's 'Cracks in the Ice' Series for Earth Week. Sustainability is a priority for Jason and much of his work focuses on capturing images that either show nature's immense beauty, or implore the viewer to take action to save it. Cracks in the Ice is a metaphor for the precariousness and vulnerability of those I love.Read more
Zachary Scott's Image Selected to Appear in the AI-AP 38 American Photography Print Annual
Zachary Scott has been photographing local animals for SLO Life Magazine's “Pet Collective” Magazine. One image, of Zachary's own dog Rudy, was selected to appear in the AI-AP 38 American Photography Print AnnualRead more
A mainstay of service is creating opportunities to share knowledge and resources, foster community, and give back. We actively support our collective creative communities through Giving Photography, Dear Art Producer, Freelance Art Producer, and Create In Place. Our goal is to build initiatives that help move our industry forward together.
We understand that people want to make a difference in the world and want to lead positive and impactful lives. By connecting photographers to buyers with shared philanthropic interests, Giving Photography can become the catalyst to start meaningful conversations around urgent issues and raise money to help support them; all while making the world a little more beautiful.
Beautiful Photography That Gives Back
Dear Art Producer connects the photography and video community with art producers in the advertising community.
This podcast introduces you to different art producers, shares the stories of their diverse career paths, explores what it means to stay relevant, and examines industry topics such as marketing, estimating, directing, websites, and more.
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FreelanceArtProducer.com is a free website for agencies to find freelance art producers.
The intent is to allow freelance art producers to showcase their work and share their resumes, availability, contact information and other relevant links with people looking to hire them.
Create In Place
What Is Create In Place?
Create in Place is an online directory of photographers and videographers who are able to create stills and motion content from within their own homes.
By utilizing their own families, friends, nearby talent and pets with whom they are Sheltering in Place, they are able to create varied content. We have collected photographers with varied options such as cabins, lofts, live-work studios, farms, teenagers, babies, seniors, drones, dogs, cats, llamas and horses. And, the list continues to grow every day.
Create In Place
Inviting you into our photographer’s homes to shoot