Andrey Trevgoda | NY
Born in Moscow, Russia, I immigrated to New York in 2002 where I began working as a photo assistant to photographers including Alexei Hay and Jessica Craig Martin. In 2014 I started working as a commercial photographer, collaborating with BBDO, Grey and other creative agencies on world-wide image campaigns for Pepsi, Red Bull and Sonos.
In 2015 I focused on documentary subjects, photographing a motorcycle club Night Wolves in Crimea, Chechnya and Eastern Ukraine. That same year I worked as a director of photography on a film “To find Levanevsky”, searching for a lost 1930’s Soviet plane crash site in Alaska. In 2017 I traveled to the remote areas in the Russian arctic on the Kola peninsula, working on a photo essay about the deepest manmade hole in the world.
In 2018 I graduated from ICP’s Documentary Practice program, where I worked on a thesis project about a a post-Soviet enclave in Brighton Beach, NY, which was developed into a long form photo essay for the New York Times and National Geographic. This project has received acknowledgements from organizations including POYi and Silurian Society of New York.
In 2018 I began collaborating with Unilever on an advertising campaign for “The Right to Shower”, a soap brand that donates 100% of proceeds to provision of mobile shower units for the homeless across the USA.
The following year I began documenting Odessa, Ukraine and travelled across the entire 6000 mile expanse of Russia in a collaborative project with a writer Jacques Menasche.
Currently I am based between Moscow and New York, working on commissioned projects and artist books.
I’ve loved photography since I was little. When I was a 12-year-old boy I used to take photos with my father`s «zenith-e» camera – and it was really magical! At that time, I thought I was going to become an artist, so I went to study graphic design in BGIKI in Belgorod. Time passed, I moved to Moscow and started working in commercial photography, advertising and fashion sphere. In a very short period of time I managed to collaborate with many Russian and foreign magazines, fashion designers and TV stars
Just like a chameleon, Jaap has both his eyes looking in different directions. This gives him a unique perspective on the world. He is known for his riveting, brain-teasing photographs. And has been rewarded with all kinds national and international awards, for both his commercial and personal work.
Jaap has been in the field of advertising photography for over 25 years. And throughout the years he has always tried to improve the concept. With each concept granting him new experiences to improve upon himself.
Jaap’s humor and enthusiasm are contagious, and each of his images calls for a second glance.
Every concept, and every client is different and therefore needs a different approach. Jaap knows how to adapt to every situation, just like the chameleon.
I was born and grew up in a small town in Russia, but since childhood I was dreaming about traveling the world and doing extreme sports. As soon as I made my rst money as a graphic designer, I started to realize my dream. So last 15 years I’m doing all kind of sports from sur ng to skydiving and capturing it with my camera.
My super-power is my insider knowledge about sports and it helps me to speak same language with all the athletes I’m shooting.
Hi, I’m Olga, 43 yo portrait photographer from Moscow, RUSSIA. After graduating University of the Arts, London in 2005 I started my career with biggest magazines, continued with advertising photography and now becoming mom of three creating few personal projects about saving Family memories. Since 2003 I made portraits of Donatella Versace, Tom Ford, Tom Stoppard, Gwyneth Paltrow, Roberto Cavalli, Philip Starck, Paul Smith, Steven Tyler, Ruppert Everett, Dolce and Gabbana and dozens of other actors and celebrities all over the world. I did ad campaigns for L’Oreal, Nestle, Samsung, Bosco di Ciliegi, Globus Gourmet, L’Etoile, Sberbank, Castorama and worked for Vogue, GQ, Harpers Bazaar, Rolling Stone, InStyle and many many others. I took pictures in posh studios and at my own balcony, holding camera with one hand and my third newborn with another. I shooted covers with biggest celebrities and worked for charities as a pro bono photographer.Over hundred years ago my grand-grandfather was running a studio in Moscow taking pictures of celebrities and city views. In the middle of XX century my grandfather was working as camera-man and created most remarkable soviet movies of that time. I started a project «Your Family Tales» few years ago to help modern families keep warm memories of their daily lives for next hundred years. I supported dozens of charitable foundations as a photographer through special projects or pro bono. Every difficult story can be seen through the lense of pain or hope, and kindness, and support, and life that goes on. I choose hope. My job and my pleasure is just to catch the light, to catch your light so everyone could see it. I know that everyone is beautiful here and now. I’ll show you.
I was born in 1980 in the Urals. After graduating from the Technical University in 2003, I moved to Moscow, where I have settled down to work as a photographer in a small advertising agency. A year later after that, I started to work as a felancer. In addition to commercial filming, I am actively engaged in self-development in the field of art. I create art projects and participate in exhibitions, particularly in Moscow Kremlin Museums and The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.
Among my clients are RedBull, Coca-cola, Megaphone, KFC, Subway, Post Bank, Mercedes, Tricolor TV, Bank Vanguard, Cartier, Harpers Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Grazia, Time Out, AD, Mezzanine, Joy and many more.
I am a photographer who specializes in capturing raw, authentic moments that invoke a sense of nostalgia.
Inspired by the open road and my own nomadic nature, my photographs are deliberately cinematic, and reveal friends in the act of escaping from their regular lives into newly enticing and perilous modes of existence. I take inspiration from people who choose to live outside the conformity of mainstream society and I seek to capture personal moments I would like to remember. Humble adventures rooted in poignancy provide an intimate documentation of the pursuit of unburdened freedom.
I was born in 1989 and grew up in Harlem NY. I never had any formal photography training and I am mostly self-taught. My primary training has been on the job as a photo-assistant in NYC for over 5 years, where I have regularly assisted photographers Sebastian Kim and Gilles Bensimon amongst other talented fashion and commercial photographers.
I am currently based in NYC
Born and raised in Turkmenistan, I was profoundly influenced by the Australian culture after living in Sydney since the age of 16.
Having completed art studies at the age of 13 at a public art school in Turkmenistan, this came in handy when I picked up a camera again at age 21 while finishing up a degree in international business in Sydney. Taking a photo of a friend in a studio at the Australian Centre for photography — I was hooked right away and have been enjoying finding the best in people using a lens ever since.
A contributor to GQ, ELLE, InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar and Tatler magazines.