Adam works over a range of disciplines with the industry, including graphic communication for publications, photography, styling and modeling. Photography is a key element to his life; capturing moments, and reflecting on those moments within imagery. The work produced is always based on the mood of the photographer, whether it's melancholic or vibrant and active.
Adam is currently fashion editor of Dreck Magazine, a fresh new platform for emerging artists and photographers.
Florent Routoulp is a French photographer based in Paris. His work is the celebration of the male youth, a way to show the power and the hopelessness of a young man searching to find the birth of his identity and sexuality. Florent's under-construction universe is fed by humor, cynicism, nudity, smooth, vivid colors, and the sometimes aggressiveness and pessimism of a child of the MTV Generation and internet messenger loves.
Florent has exhibited in several European cities including Berlin, Basel, Milan, London and Paris and he has been represented by the Daeppen Gallery since 2009. Before graduating with a Master of Visual Arts in 2011, Florent worked with Help Teen Association.
As a young artist, Florent worked under the artist name and pseudonym Chocolat-Poire, or “Chocolate-Pear.” The name aptly described the two sides of his visual art in gastronomical terms: acidic, smooth and dark, light. Among the many magazines he has collaborated with are Candy, Purple, Fanzine 137, La Revue Monstre and Vice, who described Florent and his photos simply as, "skateboarders, penises and strawberries".
Hanna Tveite is a Norwegian photographer, currently based in New York City. In 2011 she obtained her BFA in Photography from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, Canada, which is where she started her career in 2009, establishing the fashion media company Gene Doe with a fellow filmmaker. It was through her work with Gene Doe, directing fashion films and music videos and photographing for locally based stores and designers. Her work in fashion started In 2013 she moved to New York to focus on fashion photography.
Since relocating, Hanna has worked for companies such as Chiyome, The Line and OAK NYC. Her work has appeared in Canvas, Montecristo Magazine, Contributor Magazine and ION. Other clients include Diane Birch, Universal Music Norway and Ballet BC.
Her work has often been described as minimal, where geometric landscapes are created around the body in often clean and anonymous environments. Careful use of color, clean lines and stillness often gives the work a graphic feel.
When not photographing, retouching work takes up most of Hanna's time.
Roberta Ridolfi was born in Rome and currently lives and works in London. Her enthusiasm for photography began once she started using her uncle's old Nikon, an interest which brought her to study photography at the London College of Printing. Her images are raw and genuine, untouched and alive, which when combined create a dream-like impression. Charged with emotion, her work is both a representation of her subject matter as much as herself.
Creating works for the likes of I-D, Apartamento, Rolling Stone Italia, The New York Times Magazine, Nylon, MTV, Sub Pop, Urban Outfitters and Stella McCartney amongst others, Roberta has a strong signature style that is apparent throughout.
Romain Sellier is a Paris based fashion photographer. Romain specialized in portraiture photography and then honed his craft mainly for the fashion and commercial arenas. He credits his primary observations in the field from CFT GOBELINS, l'école de l'image, The Toscana Photographic Workshop in Tuscany, and in the studio at Le Petit Oiseau Va Sortir in Paris.
With his strong background in modern dance, acting and film, Romain has been a collaborator with The Abyla Dance Company and has written and performed in plays that have toured around Paris and Southern France.
In terms of his acting career, Romain began to realize that it was going to be hard to work with his favorites directors: David Lynch, Michel Gondry, Gus van Sant booking bad French versions of COPS. So from actor, he turned director. His photo story, "Simon Is Off" won the PICTO Fashion Award.
His work is published in Technikart, Marie Claire, Ninja, le Monde, Milk, 1883 and Dealer De Luxe.
Romain’s clients include Artek, Bouygues Telecom, Le Temps Des Cerises Jeans, Lili Gaufrette and Wrangler.
Studio De Joode is a Berlin based creative collective that is initiated by artist Rachel de Joode.
Studio de Joode’s versatile photographic work is poppy and filled with humor. Studio de Joode has been working in fashion since 2005, the Studio has been commissioned by international magazines and international brands to create still life—and Studio based photography.
The Studio is mostly working fashion orientated, but, always in a highly conceptual and creative manner, translating ideas through publications.
Studio De Joode’s work breaks the often-trivial surface of fashion photography and shows its underlying complexity.
The Studio works autonomously, but in close consultation with its clients.
The Studio works worldwide but is currently located in Berlin. Studio De Joode’s photography has appeared in Tiger, Surface, Under the Influence, Picnic, Qvest, Blend, De:Bug, Material Girl, and Lodown, and several other editorials.
Sudio De Joode’s client list includes Andrea Crews, Charlie Lemindu, Entega, H&M, Kvast, Lala Berlin, Monki, Onlab, Paul and Joe Sister, Paul and Joe, Süddeutsche, Tranoi and Zeit Online.
Originally from the south coast of Brittany in France, Yann was raised in the eighties and fed by the subliminal and intriguing memories of images, videos and editorial works of talented people such as Goude and Mondino.
Yann is a listener, a reader and a silent observer. Always interested in the world of images, Yann was finally reacquainted with them after spending some time in the rigorous world of science, incubating in labs at university for 6 years 2 months and 11 days.
After university he started photography, enrolled in an association to promote photography and did pinhole camera workshops for kids.
In the meantime, Yann developed his own core of work based on personal, grounded portraits and worked as a photographer for the communication department of a French institution.
On the 26th of March 2009, Yann turned his back on his native culture and crashed in London--on his own, with no contacts, with only four cameras and a couple of pair of underwear to look hip and cool underneath.
Since then his works has been steadily showed or commissioned in some publications: GRANTA, Seventh Man and Oh Comely. Yann collaborates with TANK and Because Magazine.
Zac is from Melbourne, Australia. His heritage is a blend of Polish, German and Belgium with ancestral roots to Austria and Spain. All creatives or educators, from cooks to architects, since a young age he became obsessed with music, comics and film. He lived in a household with over 30,000 records, drawers full of movies, a guitar in each room, and art on every wall and surface. His house was a hive of parties, musicians and fashion designers, and his family believed in travel, a strong sense of personal history, and a love of unique and beautiful things.
Before stills, Zac was a film maker, special effects compositor, art director, lecturer and designer. Photography, at first, was purely an experiment in how to express stories though a series of still images, it quickly became his primary job and love. Before L.A and NYC, Zac worked in Sydney shooting for the most fashion forward and unique brands in Australia.
Fashion photography and expressive portraiture are now Zac’s primary passion, as he loves working with people as subjects and the challenge of covering complex messages through a series of still photographs.
Covering fashion, portraiture and fashion advertising, Zac has been included in Capture Magazine’s Best of the Best, Exhibited throughout Australia, London and Tokyo, published consistently internationally and is trusted to work with some of the most innovative labels in the world.