Member of Month

Scott Markewitz

July 2, 2018

Scott Markewitz

Scott Markewitz is an outdoor photographer who travels the globe in search of action and adventure. His images have appeared in advertising and promotional campaigns for many outdoor and consumer brands, including Adobe, HP, Tag Heuer, J Crew and more. Markewitz is also an avid skiier and is the recipient of Ski Utah’s Excellence in […]

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Ian Spanier

June 1, 2018

Ian Spanier

Ian Spanier is an award-winning advertising and editorial photographer based in Los Angeles and New York City. He’s also a PhotoServe member and contributor, has published two books (you can see his first book, Playboy The Book of Cigars, here and his second book, Local Heroes: Portraits of American Volunteer Firefighters, here) and is a member of the Lowepro Team, […]

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© Glen Wexler

May 1, 2018

Glen Wexler

Glen Wexler is a photographer and director best known for his elaborately staged digital photo composites of improbable situations. He began using his talents in the music industry while he was a student at Art Center College of Design and as a result, he created hundreds of album covers before turning 30, working with artists […]

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Sue Barr

April 2, 2018

Sue Barr

Sue Barr‘s candid, authentic lifestyle images are both spontaneous and focused.  She’s shot advertising and editorial assignments for notable clients including P&G, Johnson and Johnson, the Ford Motor Company and New Jersey Monthly, as well as for numerous pharmaceutical companies. Barr says, “My passion is to gain my subject’s trust, exhaust the expected and capture […]

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Steve Tague

March 5, 2018

Steve Tague

Steve Tague, PhotoServe’s March Member of the Month, grew up in Southern California and studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After school, he moved to New York City and assisted some of the top photographers in the world before going out and shooting on his own. After his first son was […]

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Scott McDermott

January 31, 2018

Scott McDermott

Born in the U.S., New York and Los Angeles-based photographer Scott McDermott grew up in Switzerland, backpacked through the American West and trekked Nepal’s Himalayas before committing to a college life spent mostly in a darkroom in upstate New York. After graduating and spending several years as an assistant to a wide variety of New […]

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All Photos © Beth Dixson

January 4, 2018

Beth Dixson

Having grown up in a rural community just outside of Portland, Oregon, Dixson has always loved hitting the road with her camera looking for a great adventure. She eventually wound up in the East Village of New York City where she has been working as a photographer for a number of years and now lives […]

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All photos © Kevin Steele

December 1, 2017

Kevin Steele

Though photographer Kevin Steele was born in Kuwait, he has family roots in New York and spent his childhood living in several different countries. For Steele, it’s all about the feeling his photographs create. He aims to make an emotional connection with images that can range from quiet and still to explosive and dynamic. A […]

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Limor Garfinkle

November 1, 2017

Limor Garfinkle

Originally from the south of Israel, Limor Garfinkle relocated to New York City after serving in the Israeli military. While in college earning a degree in communications design, she worked for Grey NYC as production studio coordinator, and then had a four-year stint as a senior art director for the ad agency SMA NYC. Mostly […]

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Joe Schmelzer

October 2, 2017

Joe Schmelzer

  Photographer Joe Schmelzer might have taken an entirely different career path had it not been for boxing legend Muhammad Ali. While the bedrooms of his junior high classmates were plastered with posters of big-hair bands and bigger-haired babes, that wasn’t the case with Joe’s walls. Commanding the space above his twin beds hung only […]

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