ZAC and ZAC

Based in London and Edinburgh, ZAC and ZAC specialise in photographing interiors. Coming from a design background, cousins Ryan and Aaron decided to focus their passion for photography and design. The Scottish duo approach every project with a friendly, fun and open manner, taking great pride in the images they create.

www.zacandzac.co.uk

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Jessica Buckley, Circus Place Living Room photograph by Zac and Zac, from Interior ArchiveTwilight Dining Photograph by Zac and Zac, by Interior ArchiveInterior Design photograph by Zac and Zac from Interior ArchiveCandacraig Entrance Hallway photograph by Zac and Zac, from Interior Archive

Tim Beddow

Tim is a traveller with a particular love of Africa, perhaps the legacy of having spent a year as a young man and aspiring photographer documenting desert life in the Sahara with Quentin Crewe. His images and words feature regularly in The World of Interiors and Architectural Digest, as well as in many other international magazines, and books.

timbeddow.com

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Simon Upton

Simon is the Archive’s true gentleman, his popularity with clients and magazines alike as much due to his understated charm and easy personality as to his undeniable talent in capturing the essence of an interior. His atmospheric work for magazines such as The World of Interiors, Elle Décor (US), Vanity Fair and Vogue, as well as a number of prestigious book publishers, reflects the level of Simon’s ability editorially, while he also contribute to catalogues for clients such as Williams-Sonoma and Colefax & Fowler, and to advertising campaigns for a selection of top interior designers and antique dealers.

simonupton.com

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Simon Brown

Based in London, Simon Brown is an experienced interior, still life and people photographer with an international reputation. His work is both artistic and journalistic, portraying the beauty of the home in all its diversity, which he often romanticises and bathes in atmospheric daylight.  The use of north light, favoured by painters, is a particular influence in his photography.

​In a career dating back more than thirty years, Simon’s photographs have been published in books and magazines worldwide, while his personal work is available through specialist galleries.

Largely self-taught, he attended The Medway College of Design, before starting his career in 1983 at a photographic studio in Chelsea, London.  Today, Simon’s work is published in The World of Interiors, House & Garden, Architectural Digest, Vanity Fair and Vogue, while a growing portfolio of commercial clients include Kit Kemp and Firmdale Hotels, Lucky Onion Group, Soho House, The Ned, University Arms Hotel, Colefax & Fowler, de Gournay, Beata Heuman and many more.

www.simonbrown.london

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Taylor Hall O’Brien

Taylor Hall O’Brien received his first camera at 13 and never looked back. Self-taught, his professional career began in fashion, working both as a fashion photographer and modelling agent, before shifting his focus to interiors. His experience in fashion directly influences his sensibilities regarding dynamic composition, attention to detail, and openness to an unconventional approach. His work has been commissioned by numerous interiors and fashion clients and has been featured in countless publications, including The World of Interiors, Cabana, Vogue, WWD, L’Officiel, The Cut, and more. Taylor has never met a stranger and finds delight in the process of image-making from start to finish. He strives to make every project streamlined, inclusive, and fun. Taylor’s most important roles are husband and father. He has a son, Henry, and beloved dog, Barley. Taylor and his family reside in the US but often travel internationally for work and leisure. 

 http://taylorhallobrien.com/portfolio

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Sasha Gusov

Sasha Gusov was first introduced to photography at the age of 13 and moved to England from his native Russia in 1989, establishing his credentials as ‘an image-maker with something to say’ in 1993, when a self-commissioned project ‘Images of the Bolshoi Ballet’ was published by the British Journal of Photography.  Sasha is a photographer who is intrigued by the human comedy of manners and his archive is a richly diverse and interesting resource of portraits of leading artists from theatre, music and dance.  Widely published, his work includes a collection of photographic books, which include Photography (2014), Bolshoi Ballet (2017 and Michelangelo (2018).

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Nicholas Ysenburg

Nick is a photographer who specialises more in reportage than interiors. Currently based in Nairobi, Kenya, Nick has been sent to some of the darkest places in Africa to bring back newsworthy stories for international publications. His images evoke the horror and the beauty of a range of African countries, including Ethiopia, Sudan, Chad and Darfur – and he has also travelled to China, Russia and Cuba. Nick also enjoyed the role of Project Director on a documentary and exhibition with the theme of ’24 hours in the Life of Nairobi’.

nickysenburgphoto.com

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Nicolas Bruant

Nicolas is a maverick whose photographic talent ranges from portraits of the wild animals of East Africa to documenting the lifestyles of people in the public eye. His moody travel images have featured regularly in the pages of magazines such as Côté Sud, Condé Nast Traveller and Elle Decoration. He has worked on advertising campaigns for Dom Perignon and InterContinental Hotels, photographed private hotels and restaurants, and has a series of illustrated books to his name. Nicolas now focuses on selling limited-edition prints of his work through galleries in Paris.

nicolasbruant.smugmug.com

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Photograph by Nicolas Bruant, from Interior ArchivePhotograph by Nicolas Bruant, from Interior ArchivePhotograph by Nicolas Bruant, from Interior ArchivePhotograph by Nicolas Bruant, from Interior Archive

Nat Rea

Nat originally joined the Archive as Fritz von der Schulenburg’s assistant and spent seven years accompanying him on assignments that took them around the world. Nat moved to the United States in 2004 and has been quick to establish a reputation there as an interiors and still-life photographer in his own right, his English accent, easy professionalism and sense of humour ensuring a growing client base.

natrea.com

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Photograph by Nat Rea, from Interior ArchivePhotograph by Nat Rea, from Interior ArchivePhotograph by Nat Rea, from Interior ArchivePhotograph by Nat Rea, from Interior Archive

Miguel Flores Vianna

Miguel has turned to photography late in a career that has over the last 20 years put his name on the masthead of most of the top American interiors and architectural magazines. A love of travel and an eye for the unusual have already gained Miguel access as an image-maker to The World of Interiors, House & Garden and Domino. With bases in both New York and Los Angeles, Miguel also spends time in Europe.

www.flores-vianna.com/

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