Ebo Fraterman been very successful in the world of applied photography, he has received several prizes including several Merit Awards. Applied Photography is actually a mixture of documentary and artistic photography. It is the perfect advertisingand fashion photography.
The entire year, he works on behalf of large companies or magazines. He works on advertising campaigns for major brands such as Mercedes, Lexus, Tui, Audi and Toyota. He also works for big international agencies.
One week in the year he does what his heart dictates. Then he goes to China, America, India, or anywhere else. His photographs for major advertising campaigns are known throughout the world, his signature is always recognizable. Special productions in imposing and vast landscapes, not only photographed in 'the great outdoors' but also in the modern landscape of world cities.
Niki Polman (1982) finds the malleability of identity.
What makes a young girl look like a grown woman? How can you change yourself?
These are questions that she answers with her vision in her photographic art
Niki Polman creates the human being formable by manipulating the image on a computer.
She brings changes with clothing and makeup. In addition, she will give the model a different attitude and a different look.
She photographs against a quiet background so all attention goes to the model. This will show subtle changes.
Changes that could give someone a new identity.
In 2006 Niki Polman graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design (AKI) in Enschede.
She exhibited her pictures many times afterwards.
In 2006 she was nominated for the Art Image/Art Olive Award, a prize for young, newly graduated talent.
Carli Hermes (Schijndel, April 23, 1963) is a Dutch photographer and music video director.
Carli Hermès studied photography at the Royal Academy of Art in Den Haag and at the Bournemouth School of Art in England.
He became internationally known for his photography for advertising campaigns for brands such as Martini, Swatch, Levi's, Mexx, Nike, WE, Philips, Sony, BMW, Suit Supply, Artsen zonder grenzen and Mercedes Benz.
He also has several leading fashion photography for magazines such as Dutch, ELLE, Zoom, Max, Black & White, Madame Figaro, and Playboy Avenue. Also, he portrayed (international) personalities like Edgar Davids, Inge de Bruijn, Leon de Winter, Tanja Jess, Natalie Imbruglia and Rutger Hauer.
Besides his photographic work, Carli also is active as a director of commercials and videos, including G-Star, Royal Club, Marco Borsato and the National Railways.
Several books are published about his photographic work. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums, including the Groninger Museum, Naarden Photo Festival and Kunsthal Rotterdam. From 2006 to 2007 Sat Carli on the jury of the program, Holland's Next Top Model.
05.04.1980, Coesfeld (DE) lives and works in Berlin
1999 Abitur, Annette von Droste Hülshoff Gymnasium, Münster (DE)
Bachelor's Photography 2004, cum laude
Aki, Academy of Art and Design, Enschede (NL)
2005-/07 study art history, philosophy, archeology
Humboldt University Berlin (DE)
2010 green, blue and yellow, art lending Den Helder (NL)
2010 'ArtOlive xxl, Westergasfabrieksterrein, Amsterdam (NL)
2010 'reset', Clubschiene, Münster (DE)
2010 'fotofolio, Stadthausgalerie, Münster (DE)
Maike suggests two works available
Erwin Olaf (1959)
Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf was born in July 1959 in Hilversum as Erwin Olaf Springveld. Olaf attended the School for Journalism in Utrecht, where he met with photojournalism. In 1981 he graduated as a journalist writing. Erwin Olaf settled in 1982 as a freelance photographer. He developed a unique humorous and sensual style, with which he made both free work as well as many performed tasks.
Olaf photographed global campaigns including for Diesel, Heineken, Microsoft and Nokia. Some of these campaigns were awarded with prestigious prizes. Early in his career, Olaf decided to work free assignments in addition to continue.
For his first series Chessmen (1987/88), he received the European prize for young photographers in Keulen. Chessmen followed after a series of Blacks (1990), Mind of Their Own (1995), Mature (1999), Fashion Victims (2000), Royal Blood (2000) and the Paradise Club (2001), Separation (2002 / 3). Separation from Olaf is more nuanced.
Themes like loneliness and vulnerability are central to his series Rain (2004), Hope (2005), Grief (2007), Fall (2008), Dusk (2009), Dawn (2010) and Hotel (2010). His work is exhibited in many museums in Europe, Asia and America. Since November 2010, a permanent exhibition of eight life-size photographs of the rebuilt theater in Amsterdam DeLaMar inspired by classic plays.
Eastman Gallery exhibits a range image from the complaint, called Margaret.
The images raise all kinds of questions. We see people, some crying, others staring out the windows of a 60s interior.
Benno Thoma (Maastricht, 1956)
Photography has always been the central theme in the life of photographic artist Benno Thoma. Photography began, as for many, as a hobby and has grown to where he is now, a leading, award-winning photographer and sought in hotel, Advertising and Interior Photography.
Hotel interiors as well as many architectural wonders around the world through him on film set. He has recently had a book with pictures of the Cultural Village made specially commissioned for the Emir of Qatar. ZF Design and commissioned by he beautiful pictures of the modern Sakirin Mosque in Istanbul. Benno loves the beauty of architecture and the opportunities it provides for compositions. He is fascinated by the male body, which is clearly evident in the photo series "WET".
By using the element water and the manipulation of light and composition he presents the male body as he sees it, vulnerable and innocent. Eastman Gallery photo exhibits objects from the series "WET" consisting of large format photographs ¹ s (150 x 100 cm and 75 x 75 cm) printed directly to aluminum (dibond), creating a beautiful and unique dynamic image.
Kirsten Wilmink's work got discovered by the owner of the Ella Buzo gallery during the final graduation exhibition at the AKI Enschede ArtEZ arts. Kirsten Wilmink got accepted at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam and has been awarded two prizes at the Photo Academy Award 2009, combined with a traveling exhibition to Den Haag, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Groningen and Antwerp.
If cross-media designer Kirsten Wilmink has specialized in staged photography with the series The Truth About Germans as graduation. Various prejudices against Germans and Germany are taking a very exaggerated and humorous manner discussed. Clothing, accessories, location, posture and facial expression are meticulously matched to the smallest detail, and directed and photographed. Each provides a wonderful visualized prejudice and intriguing beauty on a serious and / or hilarious truth confirmed or refuted.
Robin Utrecht (1974) gave solid ground beneath his feet with a study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Royal Academy) in Den Haag. He chose as the ace of photojournalism, first with Utrecht Nieuwsblad, and is then rapidly become one of Holland's best news photographers to develop. He won the 2002 Silver Camera with the photo of the lifeless body of the killed Pim Fortuyn. At the same time he was elected Photojournalist of the Year. The pricerain did not stop after those prices, including the Sony Photo Award in 2008, an honorable mention at World Press Photo in 2010 and in the same year the first prize at the National Geographic photo contest.
Robin has developed in recent years more and more strongly in freelance. He travels through many countries including South America, Africa and Asia. Those trips led him increasingly as a photographer in humans, often against the background of her existence. Robin Utrecht has a real strong color, excitement, everything placed in a good composition, apart from disturbing elements that do not matter. Even though Robin is always an eye for the ironic and humorous that the man shows.
Angèle Etoundi Essamba
Angele Etoundi Essamba was born in Douala, Cameroon and moved on her 10th year into France. There she got her basic training. She came in 1982 in the Netherlands and on the Dutch Fotovakschool she developed her passion for photography. Essamba's work shows a continued confidence that visual images have a powerful communication tool for emotional and spiritual values to display, in addition to the formal aesthetic quality. Her images make us see a dialogue between husband and wife, form and content, body and soul, Africa and the world. They also offer a visualization of timeless wisdom and universal symbols. She draws inspiration from history, influences, perspectives and personal sense of aesthetics to create a picture to come. Keywords for her work, Pride, Strength and Awareness.
Etoundi Essamba gained international recognition with its exhibitions around the world. Her first exhibition was in 1985 in "La Maison Descartes' in Amsterdam and later followed by many more, among others, Cameroon, South Africa, Mali, Senegal, Tanzania, Algeria, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, England, Netherlands , Denmark, Sweden, Cuba, Mexico and Pennsylvania, Florida and New York in America. Her work also has a number of publications, Passion 1989, Contrasts 1995; Symboles 1999, 2001 Noirs, La Metamorphose du Sublime 2003; Dialoques 2006; Violes et Devoilements 2008 and is also presented in a number of public and private collections.
His determination has brought him to where he is today, a photographer with over 20 years experience innovative, challenging and always remained in touch with his roots, pop/rock- photography. The early passion for music and photography have created him for the rest of his life formed. His photographs are contemporary and quirky without provoking so banal. Stefan is always looking for the unconventional and has sufficient resources to a minimum to maximize the situation out. Shadows and hard light is its main trademark.
Meanwhile, there are three wonderful appeared books by him. Sightings (1999), ALIVE (2004) and ALWAYS THE HARD WAY incl biography (2010). Books filled with hundreds of photos from concerts, famous and lesser-known Dutch.