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You’re probably wondering how Camila Cornelsen got here. Once upon a time in Brazil, she studied engineering, hosted a radio show, rocked minds and bods in a successful band, and DJ-ed at a drag party for a good while. Oh, and did we mention  she once opened for Britney Spears? Because she totally did.
Fast forward and smash cut to today, and Camila's kicking it in LA, creating a distinct body of work in photography, cinematography, and directing. She's worked with big shots like Nike, North Face, Johnny Walker, Marriot, Fender and Adidas. But let's talk about the real VIPs in her life: her three cats, Xuxu, Xodó, and Xamego. Those names might not mean much to you, but in Portuguese, they're a whole vibe.

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Chessa Subbiondo's work conjures curiosity in her storytelling all the while playing with the dynamics of being in front of the lens. Her keen eye for detail allows her to observe the tendencies of those she photographs, noting their default expressions and poses. Through her thoughtful composition and her ability to elicit candid moments, she creates narratives that transcend the confines of staged photography, inviting viewers to connect with humanity and a spirited perspective.

Clients

Highsnobiety, Interview Magazine, Office Magazine, The Face Magazine, SIXTEEN Journal, KingKong Magazine, Vogue Italia, Nuda Paper, KENZO, Levi's, Coach, Balmain, Aritzia, Laura Andraschko, Lucila Safdie, Heaven by Marc Jacobs, Tyler Lambert, Af94, Unif, Jaded London, IAMGIA, Wildflower, Capitol Records, Interscope Records, Warner Music, 300 Entertainment



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Elizabeth "Eli" Wirija is a non-binary photographer and director originally born and raised in Jakarta, Indonesia. Currently based in New York.  Select clients include Nike, WNBA, RCA Records, Facebook, Coach, Marni, Claires, Microsoft, SSENSE, Metal Magazine, Wonderland, Footlocker,  British Vogue, Billboard, Vanity Fair, I-D, FADER, Refinery29, Nylon, etc.

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Living and working up and down California since 1997, I've maintained a residence in Los Angeles for the last 15 years.

Blending influences from cinema, literature, and street photography, my productions often focus around a single, wide image of a distinct location, telling stories of multiple characters in a single frame. 

While large scale, Tableaux Vivants have become a cornerstone in my approach, I continue to apply the narrative tradition to a range of applications in portraiture and motion pictures.

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Chelsea Slayter grew up seeped in surf culture, salt water, and Springsteen as a local kid living on the Jersey Shore. The architecture of her work comes from her interests in journalism and cinema, using her talent for collaborating with first time performers to create work that has heart and soul. She’s worked with a wide range of athletes, artists, musicians, and actors to create character-driven work for brands like Blundstone, Instagram, America’s Cup Challenger American Magic, US Olympic Sailing, Pilgrim Surf + Supply, and Tombolo. After hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the US Virgin Islands, Chelsea was commissioned by TOPIC to develop, write, and direct the limited docuseries Passing Storms. The episodes put a new spotlight on climate change, viewing it through the perspective of an overlooked island community attempting to celebrate their annual carnival amidst the devastation. Chelsea also produced the music and surf doc Self Discovery For Social Survival, nominated as ‘Best Movie of the Year’ by SURFER magazine.

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Illustrator, writer, director, and animator extraordinaire Danny Sangra’s work can be seen all around, having worked with brands like Sony, Samsung, Louis Vuitton, Nike, and directing works for A$AP Rocky, The Beatles, Balenciaga, Miu Miu, Mercedes Benz. And his work is immediately recognizable—comic, graphic, humorous, occasionally deadpan, and always a treat to see.

Beginning illustrating, eventually moving to filmmaking, and more recently diving into animation, Sangra’s oeuvre spans many years of countless, varied, but recognizable projects.

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Hala Matar is a Bahraini film director.  She recently completed her first feature film, ELECTRA starring Maria Bakalova (Academy Award nominated for Borat 2), Jack Farthing (Spencer), Abigail Cowen (Fate: The Winx) and Daryl Wein (Something from Tiffany’s). 

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International commercials director with a strong background in design and editing. His spots encapsulate powerful storytelling and character development.

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Versatile Director, Creative Director and Photographer who has carved out a signature style collaborating with top artists and brands from around the world.

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San Diego born, LA based photographer with a fine art education. After 2 years under the mentorship of David LaChapelle, Al-Taan has worked extensively in Hollywood’s music, art, commercial and entertainment industries. Having been tapped to photograph talent such as Tinashe, Tyga, Sophie, Pamela Anderson, King Princess, Porches and Vampire Weekend, he has established a process and perspective that is unique to his work. 

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Josh Borock is a writer and director based in Brooklyn known for his elevated cinematic comedy and extensive sweater collection. Over the last fifteen years, Josh has written and directed network promotional spots for Key & Peele, Portlandia, Tosh.O, Brockmire, Workaholics, Kroll Show and comedians Amy Schumer, Hannibal Buress, John Mulaney, Kevin Hart, Nathan Fielder, Michael Che and yes, even Larry The Cable Guy. Don’t judge. When he’s not writing, directing or wanting to collaborate with you, he’s spending time with his super smart wife, three rowdy boys and zero dogs.

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Has worked at the intersection of art and commerce as a photographer and  DGA director for top fortune 500 brands and the most contemporary culture brands.  He brings a unique perspective on culture in his work with elevated execution and relationships in casting , styling and in production services for integrated photography and video campaigns.

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Montreal born photographer,  LIAN BENOIT, lends her modern artistic vision in beauty and brand fashion. Collaborations include Lululemon, Knix, Ardene, Dynamite, 1MILLION Dance Korea & Nike, while her editorial work has appeared in GQ MiddleEast, ELLE Canada, Metal Magazine, C.A.P.74024 and Fucking Young

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Liz is a creative living between New York City and Los Angeles. 

Exploring where cultural realms and the arts intersect through storytelling, creative direction, photography, consulting, and more. 

Clients :

Nike, Jordan, Netflix, New York Times, Instagram, Apple, Google, Beats, Capitol Records, Atlantic Records, Rolling Stone, Nowness, SSENSE, T-Mag, New Yorker, GQ, Bon Appetit, Esquire, CN Traveler, Ralph Lauren Mag, Complex Magazine, WSJ, Lucky Peach, Billboard, and Vogue.

United Talent, Biz3, Anomaly, Unreasonable Studios, Droga5, Random House, Underarmor, Timberland, Barneys, Uber Eats, Lincoln Jazz Center, Sephora, Audi, Red Bull Music, Reeses, and more.

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Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, known as Moorhead&Benson, are the co-directing team behind the 2018 sci-fi cult hit THE ENDLESS, as well as the horror-romance SPRING, SYNCHRONIC starring Anthony Mackie, and the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival sleeper success RESOLUTION. With a do-it-yourself approach to filmmaking, they often wear as many hats as possible on their films: writing, directing, acting, producing, cinematography, editing, and visual effects. Along with their producing partner David Lawson, they run the boutique indie production company Rustic Films (SHE DIES TOMORROW). They have most recently directed the Netflix series ARCHIVE 81, as well as MOON KNIGHT and LOKI for Marvel Studios. Their critically acclaimed fifth feature film SOMETHING IN THE DIRT premiered at Sundance Film Festival and was released theatrically in the USA in November 2022.

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Nick Walker is a photographer and director known for his close collaborations with Beyonce, Billie Eilish, FKA twigs, Future, Olivia Rodrigo, and Playboi Carti, among many others. His work explores contemporary musical and cultural landscapes through music videos, feature-length documentaries, and scripted narratives. Whether building stories or still imagery, Nick is drawn to subjects that unite beauty and human intimacy with a touch of the absurd. He works light, loves a challenge, and isn’t afraid to roll up his sleeves to get it done.

 

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Noa Griffel is a Brooklynite who began working professionally at 14. She was discovered by Lyor Cohen after her first shoot at Atlantic Records. He famously called Noa at 7am after seeing her photographs and said “Good morning, I’m gonna make you fucking huge...”

Her work is a collision of technical skill and other-world-ism that is as beautiful as it can be offhand. Light and color are her preferred vehicles. Whether the subject is captured in filmic grain or set in sharp relief, her photos contain both an ease and intentionality that is as difficult to achieve as it is easy to like.

Noa went on to become the photographer at large for Tory Burch for 15 years. She has shot campaigns for clients such as Estee Lauder, Youtube, Conde Nast, DKNY, Vogue, Michael Kors and many more. She has worked with actors and musicians like Uma Thurman, J Balvin, Rashida Jones, Zoey Deutsch and many more.

With work published in every major US fashion publication, Noa’s range spans editorial, documentary, campaign, product, e-commerce, and digital manipulation. Multimedia collage is another part of her practice.

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Original Kids is, of course, a two-director’s story. But, it is first and foremost the journey of two brothers coming from the Parisian suburb who are truly passionate about image.

 

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Tyler Ash is a Los Angeles based photographer specializing in lifestyle and beauty, often collaborating with his wife and longtime creative collaborator Amanda Merten.

Growing up in Venice Beach, surfing and skating in his childhood years and spending most of his time at the beach, he brings his point of view to his love of the city of Venice and Los Angeles - an ever changing place - trying to capture moments and nostalgia in a constantly evolving and gentrifying city. Getting sober at a young age when options and life choices were limited, photography was a chance to channel energy into a positive place and lens his point of view through his portraits.