Fox Creative is a boutique agency designed to represent photographers of only the highest caliber talent, where each of their artists receive intensive, personalized attention in the development of their career. Through maintaining active involvement in both the portfolio creation process and promotion of outreach materials, Fox Creative unites marketing expertise with an already-established network of industry connections to facilitate a variety of major work opportunities for their clients. As a photographer, locking down jobs in a highly-competitive field can sometimes feel like a shot in the dark — which is why collaborating with the best of the best always pays off.

The following photographers showcase where Fox Creative overlaps with AtEdge, highlighting how our combined marketing and networking resources offer the support needed to make waves in today’s photo industry.

Victoria Will

Victoria began her career at the New York Post as a staff photographer. In a news environment responsible for headlines like “Headless Body in Topless Bar,” Victoria honed her skills and her sense of humor. With a targeted focus on editorial portraiture, her imagery can now be found on newswires, newspapers, and magazines worldwide ranging from the Associated Press to the New York Times and beyond.

Clients:

Sigerson Morrison, Interscope Records, Vogue.com, Sony, Yahoo!, W Magazine, TV Guide, Associated Press, Warner Music, Warner Brothers, Time Warner, Hyatt Hotels, Carlos Miele, ESPN, NBC, Grey Goose, Guess.

Alex Rank

Alex has always considered cars to be one of the most interesting and influential design objects that make up today’s world. After studying fine arts at Akademie der Bildenden Künste München and Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Alex Rank became a master-student of Prof. AR Penck.

Alex worked as an assistant for several reputable photographers for almost ten years before taking the wheel. Today his images and campaigns have received various international rewards spanning from Cannes to New York.

Clients:

BMW, VW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Opel, Citroen, Renault, Lancia, Saab, Alfa Romeo, Kia and Mitsubishi

Jeff Ludes

After a false start shooting skateboarding, Jeff sought professional help and enrolled at Art Center College of Design. He graduated in 2002, and joined Fox a few months later. Following advice to “shoot what you love,” he was surprised to find a provocative challenge in automotive photography: crafting images that stimulate an emotional connection while making a product look beautiful.

Clients:

Acura, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, FIAT, Ford, GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Jeep, Kia, Lexus, Lincoln, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Porsche, Renault, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen

Dana Neibert

Dana Neibert initially studied graphic design at the California College of Arts and Crafts, found himself on a brief stint in advertising, and eventually made the decision to concentrate his efforts to his passion: photography. Advertising Agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners comment,“Dana has great diversity in his work and a unique point of view in his style of photography. He has balance within his structured compositions juxtaposed with very authentic and relatable moments. His subjects are relaxed as if these were his own personal moments. His landscapes are breathtakingly grand and pull you in as if you were there.”

Clients:

Four Seasons, American Express, Chevy, Silversea, Dodge, Ritz, Frito Lay, USTA, Farmers, Mass Mutual, Olympus, United Way, AT & T, United Health Care, MGM.

Scott Toepfer

Scott is a photographer and director known for the wayfaring, authentic imagery he captured during his endless road trips through the southwestern United States. He has a penchant for dirty vintage motorcycles and adrenaline — sentiments that resonate through the work he has created for brands such as Red Bull, ADIDAS, National Geographic, Indian Motorcycles, and Marlboro. His work has also been featured in Rolling Stone, Communication Arts, Car & Driver, Red Bulletin, META, and Iron & Air.

Clients:

National Geographic, Red Bull Media House, Harley-Davidson, Allstate Insurance, Chevrolet, PF Flyers, House Beer, Sperry Topsiders, Fox Racing, Marlboro,High Noon Spirits, ADIDAS, BMW, Deus Ex Machina, Symantec, Toyota, Honda Powersports, Sapporo, Triumph Motorcycles, Indian Motorcycles, Fossil, Pacifico, Victory Motorcycles, Iron & Resin, Red Wing Heritage, Flex-fit

Chris Straley

As a teenager, Chris Straley first picked up a camera to capture his group of friends doing what they love — surfing, skateboarding, and living the Southern California dream. Early in his career, Chris was a staff photographer at the world’s leading surf publication, TransWorld SURF, where he started adding studio, portraiture, and lifestyle photography into the mix. As Chris continued  honing in on his craft over the next ten years, his involvement with Fox Creative eventually guided him to focus primarily on commercial work within the action sports industry and commercial advertising projects. Chris’s unique photographic vision paired with his affable and easy going personality have made him a sought after lifestyle photographer.

Clients:
Adidas, Billabong, Boost Mobile, Brixton, Budweiser, DC Shoes, Hurley, Jambu Footwear, Monster Energy, Nextel Mobile, Nike, Nixon, Oakley, Patagonia, Perry Ellis, Quiksilver, Raen Optics, Reef, Red Bull, RVCA, The North Face, TV Land, Vans

Fox Creative holds firm to the idea that an artist must never dilute their creative vision to “conform to the market.” This is one of the many reasons their photographers have consistently found their personalized niche in the industry, where much of the agency’s philosophy revolves around encouraging clients to embrace stylistic strengths rather than dilute creative direction. Fox Creative’s years of experience have taught them to perfect the art form of strategic marketing. They know that passion often goes hand-in-hand with success, which is why they always strive to link their clients with opportunities that suit both their unique capabilities and artistic interests. For more information, follow this link to their website.