Katie Quinn Davies originally trained as a graphic designer in her native hometown of Dublin, Ireland, Katie spent over twelve years working as an Art Director and designer for some of the leading design studios in Europe, the U.S. and Australia. In 2009 Katie re-focused her career towards photography and now works as a freelance commercial photographer specialising in food, lifestyle, interior and travel. In the past three years Katie has amassed a respectable client list including Vogue Brides Japan, Food + Wine USA, Conde Nast, Leo Burnett, Women's Health, and many others.
Carl Kleiner is based in Stockholm, his impossibly bright, sharply cast still-life’s have penetrated the darkness of your existence (and you are all the better for it). In the past few years, his eye for golden-ratio compositions that set inanimate objects in dramatic contrast to block colours, light and each other have elevated these random items to sculptural status.
Carrie Solomon is a French food and still life photographer who shot Saveurs Sauvages, a book taking influence from classical painting. Depicting twenty eight French chefs and their wild main courses, the book brings forth an intimate level of storytelling and dramatically staged dishes.
Laura Letinsky is a fine art still life photographer whose painterly images make use of natural light to highlight spare form and color. Her unusual approach to her imagemaking often features food in varying states of ripeness, and subjects often show signs of being overhandled or nearly used up. I began to think about the idea of leftovers. It became important for me on a number of levels, because it has to do with what you do after the promise, when you realize the promise is not possible. This is fundamental to any utopian notion--the promise and its demise. You can't have utopia without its loss.
Taylor Peden and Jen Munkvold are a photography team based in New York and Los Angeles that focus on food and culture. The are repped by Trunk Archive and provide stock images as well as take on assignment work.
Metz + Racine are a high concept photography duo with a reputation for "not so still" still lifes. Their focus is high-style, high-concept branding and presentation ideas that tell a story through color and texture.