George’s quest for beautiful imagery allows him to work successfully in a wide range of disciplines. Inspired by diversity and gifted with the ability to bring his various experiences into focus, he excels at perceiving and extracting answers visually, satisfying a myriad of clients.
Globally recognized photographer Dorit Thies has earned a stellar reputation over the last two decades as a go-to talent for beauty, hair, fashion, wellness and portraiture clients looking for creative solutions to their most high-profile projects.
Bob is a visual storyteller, a photographer, Director and DP. Those who have worked with Bob, know that he has no shortage of ideas, and before he shares those, always wants to completely understand what his clients have in mind. Bob believes in the ratio of two ears to one mouth, and feels that they should be used in that proportion.
Richard works primarily on illustration and motion design projects of all kinds, usually from concept to finish. “One of my favorite aspects of visual communication is the conceptual process, be it selling a product or conveying the intricacies of a complex article”, comments Borge.
Kimberley Wiseman freelance illustrator, artist and dog enthusiastfrom New York City is drawn drawn to subject matters which are unconventional, quirky and amusing. “My work is personal and often intersected with broader social concerns. I am fascinated with history and popular culture and I am drawn to broad expressive and eclectic color. Quite often I interweave friends, personal symbols and significant places into my pieces.”
Raised on a farm outside a small town in Northeast Texas, Ray-Mel found the inspiration of wide-open spaces and its inhabitants to be the catalyst for my work. “Reflecting my interest in landscapes and the mythologies accompanying them, I begin with a dark underpainting and defines the form by applying layers of tonal values, allowing me to explore representation and abstraction while defining form.” Ray-Mel’s works are best described as his interpretations of folklore and Americana.
Huerta developed a realistic painting style for traditional paintings and digital images of nature, adventure, and sci-fi/fantasy, for young adults and adults. In 1995 Huerta moved to France, and has been working as a freelance illustrator for clients in Europe and the USA.
Altpick.com is honored to present awards winners in AI-AP, AOP, 3×3 Professional Show, International Color Awards, and The Black and White Spider Awards competition. We would like to take this time to congratulate all of the winners! Job well done!
“For my series “Wastelands”, I wanted to highlight the scope and permanence of trash produced by various metropolitan cities. By transforming garbage into an elegant exercise of composition, form and line, the disposed waste begins to create an unusual portrait of each respective place. Through each urban center’s trash, a picture begins to take shape that reflects unique consumption patterns and habits”, comments Puschmann.
“I took my trichromatic photography one step further – to film. So here comes my first trichromatic film. Shot in 3 black and white passes, each filtered red, blue and green – one after another”, comments Puschmann.
Mark Peterman has had work ‘selected’ for the American Photography 37 annual book coming out this fall, from his series ‘Constructed Realities’. Mark has previously had work ‘Selected’ for the AP36 and AP28 book and work ‘Chosen’ for the AP 35 online archive.
It is our pleasure to feature Altpick.com members on our homepage and this past week we showcased photographers Kevin Steele, Kate Turning, illustrators Mike Austin, and Mark Smith. These artists are mainly known for their work with art directors, art buyers and creative directors at advertising agencies, publishing houses, record labels, corporation and magazines. To see more of their work, please visit Altpick.com.
This past week’s highlighted members included illustrators who have produced work for publishing, editorial, corporate, music, advertising projects and personal work for galleries. Art directors, art buyers and creatives have hired these artists for magazine assignments, book projects, advertising campaigns, music labels, and annual reports. We are honored to showcase their work!
This week Altpick is celebrating the works of Photographer Keith Barraclough and Illustrators Jim Cohen,Dan Bejar and Federico Gastaldi. Art Directors, Art Buyers and Creative Directors hire these talented artists for many different types of projects including editorial assignments, advertising campaigns, publishing, corporate and many more. Their professional experience and talent has made them highly sought-after artists. To see more of their work, please visit Altpick.com.
Native New Yorker Lee Page has been working in fashion and advertising photography since the 90’s. “I started at age 8 by taking candid shoots of my brother and sisters with the Instamatic camera my father gave me. I guess I never stopped.”
Greg Whitaker is a nationally recognized photographer based in Southern Indiana. His portfolio includes award-winning imagery for advertising, healthcare, manufacturing & energy resources, global non-profits and publishers.
Each weekday we highlight one Altpick member. This past week we had the pleasure of promoting photographers Dorit Thies and Marc Morrison and Illustrators Alex Nabaum and Urs J. Knobel. Please visit Altpick.com for more of their work.
This week Altpick.com highlighted the work of Illustrators Luisa Jung, Kun-Sung Chung, Mark Matcho, and Hanna Barczyk. These artists have been commissioned by art directors, creative directors, and art buyers domestically and internationally for editorial pieces in magazines, book publishing, corporate and advertising projects. Their professional and original ideas have elevated their status in the creative community as some of the top artists to contact for all types of projects. Please visit Altpick.com to see more of their work.