Michel Arnaud

Michel Arnaud is a US-based photographer with an international reputation for memorable interiors, portraiture and lifestyle and his images have featured regularly in the pages of Vogue, House & Garden, Architectural Digest, Harpers Bazaar and Town & Country. He has produced a string of books on interior design and his latest , ‘Mr Color’, by Carleton Varney, was published in October 2011. His client list reads like a Who’s Who and includes such luminaries as Diane von Furstenberg. Michel divides his time between his house in Columbia County and his loft in Tribeca, NYC.

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Mark Luscombe-Whyte

Mark Luscombe-Whyte is a photographer whose skills are diverse and far reaching.  Based between London and France, he has always been a traveller, never happier than when exploring some far-flung destination.

A career as a portrait photographer soon developed into an interest and a talent more attune to capturing the way people live, where they travel to, and how they adapt to an ever-changing global landscape.

Over the past 30 years his lens has focused on some of the world’s leading interior designers, residential homes, hotels and resorts. As a result, his work has been published regularly in international magazines and he has a string of books to his name. Since 2020, Mark’s global connections have opened up new avenues with the world’s most influential magazines.

At the same time, Mark’s travels have enabled him to cover projects closer to his heart, such as the Maha Khumbh Mela in India, a 31-day odyssey along the Way of St James, and working with Wet Plate Collodion, the third oldest photographic process dating from 1851.

A loner at heart, Mark is happiest when he finds himself alone with his camera in an historic building in the company of the ghosts of previous inhabitants.

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Mark Williams

Mark Williams is well known worldwide for award-winning and evocative images of interiors, lifestyle, décor, architecture and beauty. His images have appeared across the globe in numerous leading magazines, books, advertising campaigns and catalogues.  Mark is a natural photographer; his speciality, no matter which genre is creating beautiful and arresting photographs through exceptional control of lighting and composition. Mark is available locally in South Africa and internationally for commissioned work such as interiors and house stories, hotel and lodge shoots, lifestyle and beauty brand campaigns. He has an enviable reputation for  delivering the finest imagery on brief, on time and on budget.

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Luke White

Luke has a deserved reputation as the consummate lighting technician, an accolade that often lands him the most difficult commissions, sometimes in almost impossible lighting conditions – despite (or maybe because of) this, he always brings a refreshing enthusiasm to his shoots. Though a perfectionist in every detail Luke’ states his goal like this: “I like to work quickly and with great energy. What is important for me is to convey the feeling of actually being in the locations I photograph”. His latest book British Embassies with ex Sotheby’s director James Stourton was published in October 2017 by Frances Lincoln.

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Karyn Millet

After 14 years in publishing and public relations, Karyn Millet decided to pursue her passion for the visual arts and in a very short time has made a name for herself as an emerging new photographic talent in the field of interior design. ‘My goal is to photograph life – and that means capturing moments, chronicling scenes and capturing beauty,’ says Millet. Her work now features regularly in magazines such as House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Conde Nast Traveler, Vogue India and a host of other American publications and she has also worked on three book projects.

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Joanna Maclennan

Based in the South of France, Joanna is an established and well-published international interiors photographer and her work features regularly in the World of Interiors, The NY Times and House & Garden, as well as in publications for Gestalten and Christies. Faithful to her Hasselblad, Joanna has also embraced the digital age. Her enthusiasm and ‘bubbly character’ endear her to clients and owners alike. She is bilingual in French and English.

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James McDonald

James McDonald is an experienced interior photographer based in London. Self taught, he has been working professionally for 12 years.

Commissions extend from the UK, Europe and the Middle East as far as Africa, Asia and America, and James’s photographs (and frequently accompanying text) have been published in magazines, such as House & Garden, The World of InteriorsVogue Living and Cabana.

The author and photographer of a book on Alnwick Castle, James was also the special photographer on interior designer Alidad’s book, The Timeless Home, and continues to work with international publishers.

In addition he takes on private commissions, still life and portraits, for high profile families where trust and reliability matter.

James’s versatility, work ethic, editorial eye and attention to detail have endeared him to leading interior designers, new restaurants and hotels as well as the world’s leading auction houses.  He is adept in difficult lighting conditions, able to capture the atmosphere of an interior balancing both natural and artificial light.

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James Fennell

Vanishing Ireland – a vital chronicle of a rapidly disappearing world – is one of numerous titles that James Fennell already has to his name. This extraordinary variety of books reveals Fennell’s connection with his subject, be it people, portraits, interiors or landscapes, as well as the warm-hearted approach that he brings to his photography, working wherever possible with natural light to ensure that his images are both real and atmospheric. Born and educated in Ireland, Fennell is never idle, dividing his time between a busy calendar of photographic assignments and the care of one of the most beautiful private gardens in Kildare – his family estate at Burtown.

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Helen Fickling

Helen specialises in the photography of contemporary landscape and garden design and has worked with many of the world’s leading designers and landscape architects. She has a passion for gardening and her fascination with the interplay between contemporary architecture and the form and texture of plants is reflected in her individual photographic style. Published in books and magazines, Helen’s work is also held in a number of private and corporate collections. She is a Royal Horticultural Society photographic committee member and judge.

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Harry Cory Wright

Harry shoots on a Gandolfi 10×8-inch plate camera. His unique talent for capturing the landscape has won him commercial campaigns for the Cornwall Tourist Board and a series of advertisements for Dulux. His iconic photographs regularly feature in books and magazines, and are sold as art prints through his gallery in Norfolk. Harry’s most recent project culminated in A Journey through the British Isles, a book of photographs published by Merrell.

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