Ahmet Polat is an ICP-award-winning photographer and director. Through his photography and fieldwork, Ahmet aspires to build bridges between different cultures, identities and histories. Having worked in Turkey for more than 20 years, he returned to the Netherlands in 2015, and was made Laureate Photographer of the Nation that same year.
Ethiopian photographer Aida Muluneh is the founder and director of Addis Foto Fest, East Africa’s first international photography festival, and is a celebrated artist too with permanent collections held at the National museum of African Art/Smithsonian and The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).
Milan-based Alessandro has developed a reputation for bold, imaginative, and evocative sports imagery, satisfying a demand from both news and advertising agencies.
Ever-present at all the world’s major sporting events, and staff sports photographer at Getty Images, internationally-celebrated German photographer Alexander has an enviable reputation for always getting the killer shot.
Aline is a Franco-Thai documentary photographer and videographer, based in Beirut. She concentrates mainly on subjects linked to identity issues, including gender, migration and cultural heritage.
A destination wedding photographer based in Porto, Portugal, André has a fresh and elegant style. He primarily focuses on capturing sincere beauty in his work.
A love of the Arctic led Norwegian marine biologist and photographer Audun to blaze a trail that combined his passions.
In 2009, Belgian photographer Bieke caused a sensation with Ou Menya; her candid photographs of strangers photographed in the privacy of their own homes. Her new work continues this trend.
This South African documentary photographer’s powerful images challenge us all to do something about the difficult scenes he captures.
Fascinated by the natural world, photographer Bruno holds a master's degree in biology. He specialises in mountain ecosystems and endangered wildlife and uses his work to explore the relationship between humans and nature and to highlight the importance of conservation.
Carmen & Ingo Photography are a husband and wife team based in Austria. Sharing a love of travel, they have been working internationally as destination wedding photographers since 2006.
Born in South Africa, Chris is a fine art wildlife photographer with more than 25 years’ experience. He is best known for his iconic great white shark images and intimate wildlife photographs shot in all three realms – ocean, air and earth. His approach and techniques bring drama and emotion to both his underwater and terrestrial imagery.
A passionate sports photographer who shoots major events around the world, Christian is a staff photographer for GEPA pictures and based in Austria. He won first prize in the Sports, Singles category of the World Press Photo contest in 2016.
Christian’s first love was tropical ecology, and it was while he was documenting life in the rainforest that he discovered his second, photography. From there he went on to become one of the world’s leading nature photographers.
Clement is an award-winning commercial and wildlife photographer based in Nairobi, Kenya. His work has been published around the world. In 2017, he won the grand prize in Africa’s Photographer of the Year competition. Clement also runs private guided safaris in Africa.
After 20 years as a graphic designer, Clive decided to follow his lifelong ambition of becoming a photographer and filmmaker. He’s now in constant demand for his atmospheric fashion, beauty and portrait imagery.
Multi - talented Israeli artist Dafna Tal manages to gain the trust from her subjects to enter their sacred world, using video, sound and photography installations to record personal and emotional moments and bring to life her thought-provoking concepts.
Pulitzer Prize winner Daniel is a Barcelona and Hamburg-based photojournalist whose hard-hitting photos consistently appears in the world’s most prestigious news publications.
Cologne-based Eberhard’s flair for creative techniques has made him a favourite of advertising agencies and industrial clients around the world.
British sports photographer Eddie has shot a huge range of action-packed events and offers eye-opening new perspectives on whatever he’s captured.
Cinematographer, author and speaker Elisa has worked across six continents for outlets including BBC World, National Geographic and Newsweek. Her documentary and conflict work has informed her magical realist take on drama and art. Elisa also founded Reframe House media agency to shift views on social justice through multimedia.
Czech-born, London-based Eliška is an award-winning visual artist and art director, who uses the medium of photography and film. Her bold, colourful and unique style explores themes such as consumerism, beauty and environmental activism.
Born in 2001, Emirkan is studying photography at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul, Turkey, and also works as a photojournalist in the city. He documents the world around him and shoots stories related to his home city.
Emmanuel is a versatile photographer influenced by fine art and documentary styles. His work covers a broad range of genres including weddings, fashion editorial and advertising campaigns for international brands. He is based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Based in Bratislava, Slovakia, Erik has been a full-time photographer since 2015 when he co-founded Visual Gang, a company specialising in advertising photography and video. He shoots portraits, extreme sports and lifestyle images for his commercial clients.
Dutch photographer Evely finished her second photography education in 2017. Since then, she has developed her career as a conceptual fashion and portrait photographer and now has a long list of commercial and editorial clients around the world.
A National Geographic Society Storytelling Fellow whose work has been exhibited internationally, Evgenia's atmospheric photography mainly focuses on the landscapes and people of her homeland region of the Russian Arctic.
Spontaneity and creativity combine in the work of this wedding photographer based in Tuscany, Italy. His awards include the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers' (ISPWP) Photographer of the Year 2019 and This is Reportage Photographer of the Year 2019.
With over a quarter of a century experience photographing weddings, France’s Felicia has perfected her style to focus on three aspects; life, emotion and light.
Coming from a family of Portuguese architects paved the way for Fernando Guerra to become a bold architectural photographer with an archive of exceptional shots of contemporary structures.
An independent photographer and writer based in Dublin, Ireland, Finbarr is a regular contributor to The New York Times. He won the Portraits category in the 2019 World Press Photo contest and the 2006 World Press Photo of the Year.
Documentary filmmaker Francesca is a visual journalist focusing on social issues, conflicts, gender and migration reportage. Her documentaries have been produced by Al Jazeera English, Arte and Canale 9 and she also works as a producer and DoP for Channel 4 News, the Wall Street Journal, Rai Cinema, the BBC, Al Jazeera Arabic, Yahoo News, the Discovery Channel and others.
An experienced French sports photographer who is also editor-in-chief in charge of the Photo Production department at SAS L'Équipe, Franck has shot a huge variety of different sports, specialising in freediving
Dutch photographer Frits has a high-octane, petrol-powered passion to capture the energy, grace and drama of elite motorsport with his unique and creative angles.
Based in Tuscany, Italy, Gabriele focuses on long-term documentary projects about people around the world, highlighting what makes them unique and yet similar. His work has appeared in National Geographic, The Sunday Times and Le Monde.
Guia is an Italian-born, Paris-based portrait photographer whose work often focuses on women’s issues and the theme of identity.
South African photojournalist Gulshan's work focuses on social justice, human rights, identity and culture. She is a National Geographic Explorer and contributor to Everyday Africa.
One of Morocco's foremost artists, Hassan's practice includes portraiture, performance, installation, video and fashion. A photographer since the late 1980s, Hassan lives and works between Morocco and the UK where he moved in the 1970s. His work bridges Moroccan and British cultures.
London-based portrait photographer Helen uses black-and-white photography in natural settings to perfectly capture the unique spirit in every family she works with.
A much-lauded Dutch documentary photographer, Ilvy has worked all over the world, taking photographs for NGOs and major global publishers.
Widely exhibited and widely prized, Irishman Ivor has been covering events in war-torn countries for years, most recently exclusively for the New York Times in Mosul. His growing body of work reflects his professed interest in the humanitarian consequences of the aftermath of war.
Jaime is among Spain’s best action photographers, with over 15 years’ experience of working for an impressive variety of international brands and publishers.
Working from Prague, Czech Republic, Jakub is a freelance photographer who loves to shoot high-octane sports of all kinds, from dramatic images of cars and motorcycles to biking and skiing.
Ukrainian portrait and fashion photographer Jaroslav plays with light to create natural shots, yet teases the scene with subtle story-telling to add an extra dimension of interest.
Spaniard Javier is not only a renowned portrait and fashion photographer but also an award-winning cinematographer and director.
Jb is passionate about extreme sports and capturing the relationship between humans and their environment. Based close to Lyon in France, he works with professional athletes, brands and magazines around the world.
Raised in Réunion Island, an overseas region of France in the Indian Ocean, Jérôme took his first photographs in 2015. Since then, his photo stories on the impact of digital technologies in the lives of the people he photographs have been published internationally.
Jérôme has covered some of the most significant news stories of the past 20 years, filing images from conflict zones such as Kosovo, Syria and the Ukraine.
Portuguese travel photographer Joel Santos has a knack for capturing compelling and unforgettable imagery, and his adventurous nature also means he eagerly embraces new technology.
An award-winning Swedish photographer who specialises in photographing birds around the world, Jonas aims to use his work to strengthen the bond between people and nature.
Based in the United Arab Emirates, Jorge has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years. Specialising in action and commercial work, he shoots everything from big sporting events to corporate work and portraits.
Known for their lively, atmospheric and honest style, German duo Julia and Gil are destination wedding photographers who love nothing more than exploring breath-taking landscapes and capturing the connection between two people on the best day of their lives.
Best known for her fashion photography, Julie lives in Oslo, Norway, and works with major names in the Scandinavian and international fashion and lifestyle industries. She is renowned for her strong narratives and poetic touch.
Karim is one of Morocco’s most prominent photographers. He covers high-profile music and film festivals and institutional events held by major corporations, as well as shooting fashion, portraits, wildlife and sports.
For the last decade, professional photographer Katya has been hailed as one of the top wedding photographers in the world, thanks to her distinctive shots in amazing locations.
A documentary photographer, born in Russia but now based in Germany and Belgium, Ksenia was the recipient of the prestigious W. Eugene Smith Grant for Student Photography in 2020. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally, including in The New York Times, among others.
Laura is a freelance photojournalist based in Aarhus, Denmark and her work concentrates on in-depth personal stories about youth and identity. Recent projects include documenting vulnerable children and teenagers.
A British-Egyptian photographer based in London and Cairo, Laura has produced a series of long-term documentary projects that are both lyrical and socially engaged. She was a 2020 recipient of the prestigious W. Eugene Smith Grant. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally, including in The New Yorker, National Geographic, Time and Le Monde.
Belgian Lieve is a documentary photographer who has gained recognition for her sensitive and engaging approach to difficult subjects.
Multi Red Bull Illume award-winning photographer, Lorenz, based in Freising, Germany, specialises in images of action sports combined with landscape and architectural photography.
A National Geographic Traveller 2012 award winner, Lucia is an expedition, wildlife and travel photographer who can be found exploring our last frontiers. She specialises in polar regions, including underwater and aerial photography.
As a fashion, portrait and commercial photographer from Poland, Łukasz finds inspiration in architecture and street fashion. His edgy, stylish work has been published in a range of fashion and beauty magazines.
Łukasz is a Polish sports photographer with a passion for football and American football. He has covered several international matches. He also shoots studio portraits of sports stars.
Maciek is a celebrated Polish documentary photographer whose work focuses on social changes in Eastern Europe.
Magnus is one of Sweden’s most successful photographers, having worked in over 60 countries and is best known for his photojournalism.
Born in Barcelona, Spain, Marc began photographing at the age of seven and has won awards in several international competitions. Fascinated by the natural world, he continues to photograph while he studies environmental biology.
Brit Marc is chief sports photographer at one of the biggest daily newspapers in the UK, The Times.
BAFTA and Emmy award winner and Academy Award-nominated Marcel is a director, cameraman, photographer and producer with a background in photojournalism. He has photographed in Syria more than 25 times, and is the co-founder of zenith, a German magazine about the Middle East and Arab world.
Pole Marcin and his camera have travelled around the world documenting thrilling action sports events, from ice climbing to iconic rallies.
Italian-born Marco has travelled widely in his photojournalistic career, particularly covering stories in Africa and the Middle East. He currently lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he is head of photography in Africa for Agence France-Presse (AFP).
Celebrated Spanish nature photographer Marina specialises in African wildlife and her work has been exhibited all over the world.
Combining his three greatest passions; travelling, biking and photography, Swiss born Martin is an internationally renowned bike photographer with an enviable client base and large network within the sports industry.
For over 25 years, German cinematographer Martin has travelled all around the world in search of new stories to tell. He shoots features, documentaries and commercials for various production companies, accumulating numerous awards for his work throughout his career.
One of Italy's most renowned news photographers, Massimo began his career in the 1980s and has since covered a number of major international news stories. His awards include second prize in the General News category of the 2015 World Press Photo contest.
Maxime is a French wildlife photographer who travels the world to help organisations working in nature conservation. He is also a wildlife technician and assists with scientific studies in the field.
Menna is an Egyptian fine art and fashion photographer whose imaginative work is inspired by myth, fantasy and visual storytelling.
Born and raised in Belgium, Michel was fascinated by the natural world from an early age and became a professional photographer in 2016. He won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Rising Star Portfolio Award in both 2014 and 2018.
A documentary and news photographer based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Michele focuses on current affairs and documentary projects. His work revolves around how politics, religion and social affairs shape cities and societies.
Born in Jerusalem, Muhammed is a two-time Pulitzer winning photojournalist and founder of the Everyday Refugees Foundation. He has been documenting the world's refugee crisis for over a decade under the theme ‘smile in the middle of the rubble’.
This Finnish photography and videography duo uses bold colours and lighting to build narratives and create striking visuals for their commercial, editorial and recording artist clients.
A German/Russian documentary photographer, currently based in Moscow, Nanna's work deals with isolation and how people react to, and interact with, their environments. She received The Ian Parry Scholarship Sunday Times Award for Achievement in 2019.
Contemporary social and mental health issues are examined in the personal work of this Danish documentary photographer based in Copenhagen. Nanna also shoots commissioned portraits for editorial clients both in Denmark and internationally.
German filmmaker Nicolai specialises in underwater filmmaking, highlighting nature across the globe. The experienced diver finds joy in exploring the mysteries of the ocean, and creates captivating videos that provide the rest of the world with a new perception of life in the waters.
Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, Nikolai is a photojournalist and portrait photographer who has shot editorial work for national and international publications. In 2018, he won third prize in the Sports Stories category of the World Press Photo contest.
Onur, a professional sports photographer from Istanbul, Turkey, produced visual content for tourism companies before founding goshots.net in 2013. He shoots national and international sporting events.
Inspired by documentary and fashion photography, Pablo and his wife Ana's destination wedding and elopement photography has simplicity, spontaneity and sincerity at its heart. They currently live in Alicante, Spain.
Italian star Paolo is behind some of the most astonishing humanitarian photography of the last three decades, documenting conflicts around the globe.
Italian photojournalist Paolo is known for his long-term documentary photo projects, which have been featured in publications such as Time, Newsweek, The Sunday Times Magazine and the Wall Street Journal.
French-born photojournalist Pascal records traditions, conflicts and politics in Africa. His 2012 book Amazing Africa collected his favourite images from over 30 years.
A South African township-born photojournalist, Phill began his career in 2007 and is now a freelancer for the international news agency Agence France-Presse. He has covered a wide range of events including the funeral of Nelson Mandela, the Oscar Pistorius murder trial, national elections, the aftermath of natural disasters and international sporting tournaments.
Based in the Netherlands, Pie uses his work to examine the intricate relationship between humans, animals and the natural world, to find out why we seem increasingly disconnected from each other and from our natural environment.
Pioneering Polish documentary photographer and videographer Piotr produces stunning images and works that are published in leading newspapers across the world.
German Radomir specialises in nature photography, celebrating the shapes, lines and colours of the flora and fauna of northern and central Europe.
German action sports photographer and filmmaker Richard relies on his precision and creativity to produce head-turning images of extreme sports and sailing.
Robert is a German nature conservation photographer and filmmaker. A graduate marine biologist and scientific diver, he has worked in more than 100 countries and dived in every climate zone. He was named National Geographic Photographer of the Year in 2015.
Sport, adventure and commercial photographer Samo is driven by a desire to achieve and create images that defy the odds for clients such as Red Bull and Getty.
With 30 SWPP and 31 WPPI awards to his name, Brit Sanjay is one of world's most decorated wedding photographers. Known for his balance of posed and unposed images that are bursting with emotion and charm, he shares his expertise through lectures and workshops around the world.
Born in Uganda, and based in Kenya, Sarah is a documentary and portrait photographer with a passion for exploring modern identity on the African continent.
Creative and technically accomplished lifestyle, fashion, advertising, dance and portraits all feature in the diverse portfolio of this German photographer based in Frankfurt and Siegen.
Sébastien shoots video for major broadcasters in his native France, as well as producing commercials and music videos for clients across the globe.
Tania is a cinematographer and photographer, with films streaming on Amazon Prime, BBC and NOW (Sky TV). As an educator and mentor, she supports and encourages new entrants to the industry. Her work has garnered recognition at BAFTA qualifying festivals, most notably a nomination at Underwire Film Festival for best cinematography.
Documentary photographer Tasneem focuses on gender and social issues in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East. Her 2015 project Saudi Tales of Love brought her widespread international acclaim.
German Thorsten is one of the most sought-after nature photographers in the world, with a track record of working with the likes of National Geographic and BBC Wildlife to back it up.
German documentary, expedition and adventure photographer Ulla is always looking for incredible opportunities to pit her wits – and her cameras – against the elements.
Human encounters with landscape and wilderness feature strongly in the commercial work and personal projects of Valtteri, a videographer and photographer who lives in Helsinki, Finland.
Born and raised in Prague, Czech Republic, Vladimir has been a professional sports photographer since 1996. Since then he has covered sports, reportage, portraiture and commercial photography but has specialised in shooting Formula 1 motor racing since 2005.
London-based but with roots in Hungary, Wanda’s saturated and romantic images grace the pages of major fashion magazines, style bibles and music magazines alike.
Yagazie is a Nigerian artist and self-taught photojournalist whose work focuses on stories surrounding African women and their health, sexuality, education and human rights. Having worked extensively across Africa, Yagazie also covers stories on identity and culture, social justice, climate change and migration.
Based in Batna, Algeria, Yasmin completed a professional diploma in photography in 2017 and is now a freelance photographer, specialising in food and product imagery.