Commissions

Spotlight on Jason Elias

It’s not every day that a commercial photographer gets commissioned by Discovery Channel to shoot promo work for their most important week, Shark Week.

The fact that they trusted Jason Elias to execute their concept speaks volumes about the type of work in Jason’s portfolio. His photographs span multiple forms such as lifestyle, portrait, and travel but his images all have one thing in common: they have the ability to enthrall the viewer.

His work for Discovery Channel’s Shark Week, as well as his recent portraits of Seal and Eli Roth, do just that by capturing each subject in a way that seizes attention.

Browse through more of Jason’s collection of work through his AtEdge portfolio and his website.

©Jason Elias

©Jason Elias

©Jason Elias

©Jason Elias

©Jason Elias

©Jason Elias

©Jason Elias

©Jason Elias

Jesse Rieser for Amtrak’s The National

Jesse Rieser has been working with Amtrak to produce editorial photography for their recently launched magazine, The National.

Here are some images that have resulted from this collaboration.

See more work from Jesse through his AtEdge portfolio and at jesserieser.com.

©Jesse Rieser

©Jesse Rieser

©Jesse Rieser

©Jesse Rieser

©Jesse Rieser

 

Geneviève Caron for SOQUIJ

Here’s new work from Geneviève Caron for a poster campaign for SOQUIJ targeted towards legal professionals in Quebec to demonstrate the importance of reliable legal information.

Geneviève’s work can be viewed through her AtEdge portfolio and genevievecaron.com.

©Geneviève Caron

Jim Hughes for Royal Ribbons

Jim Hughes provided the imagery for a recent campaign from Royal Ribbons, showcasing their durable outdoor and travel clothing for men and women.

Jim is represented by Pinkstaff Photographers. Check out more work from Jim through his AtEdge portfolio and his website.

©Jim Hughes

©Jim Hughes

©Jim Hughes

©Jim Hughes

©Jim Hughes

©Jim Hughes

©Jim Hughes

Erik Almas for Crystal Cruises

These new images by Erik Almas for Crystal Cruises feature an ethereal atmosphere that transports the viewer into a fairy tale like trance.

About Erik

Erik is an award-winning photographer, claiming success in the advertising and fashion world. Almas, originally from Norway, has made San Francisco his home and is constantly shooting and traveling around the world, working for clients such as Toyota, Puma, Nike, Hyatt, Amtrak, USPS, and Sorel.

Erik’s sensibility is down-to-earth, he loves what he does and on top of that is talent compositor when creating memorable advertising images for his clients. When Almas has his feet on the ground, he enjoys contributing to Brides, 7×7 and Genlux Magazine, shooting fashion stories with a passion for art and beauty.

See more of Erik’s work through his AtEdge portfolio and website: erikalmas.com.

©Erik Almas

©Erik Almas

Andric x Toys R Us

Andric created this series of images for a Toys R Us campaign.

The concept for the images is the idea that parents should give their children the gift of their time instead of purchasing another toy for them.

Andric is represented by Tim Mitchell Artist Representative. See more of his work through his AtEdge portfolio and andric.biz.

©Andric

©Andric

The Voorhes for Variety Magazine

All eyes are on these images by The Voorhes, featured in Variety Magazine alongside an article that discusses the ever-changing world of television.

The Voorhes are represented by Candace Gelman & Associates. For more eye candy, browse through The Voorhes’ AtEdge portfolio and website for more eye candy.

©The Voorhes

 

Randi Berez Photographs Thon Maker for Wall Street Journal

These images by Randi Berez were featured in an article in Wall Street Journal about Thon Maker, the Sudanese refugee who is now a rising NBA star for the Milwaukee Bucks.

Randi is represented by Laura Hinds. Check out more of Randi’s work via her AtEdge portfolio and at berez.net.

©Randi Berez

©Randi Berez

©Randi Berez

©Randi Berez

©Randi Berez

 

Christopher Wilson for Smithsonian Magazine

You may not notice it at first glance but each of these tribesmen is not like the other. Each portrait highlights a man or woman from three of the prominent tribes in Tanzania, the Hadza, the Masai and the Barabaig, each with different markings or body modifications that indicate which tribe they belong to.

Even though these men and women share differences in tradition, native tongue and mating rituals, all three tribes are facing threats with their traditional ways of living.

Because of this, Smithsonian Magazine sent Christopher Wilson on a mission to travel to the remote, desolate lands of Tanzania in order to capture these groups in a period of time where they are still able to live like their ancestors did. The resulting portraits are striking, and reminiscent of the people and their spirit, with every image showcasing the unique attributes of each tribesman.

Browse through Christopher’s work through his AtEdge portfolio and his website.

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson

©Christopher Wilson