Photographer Robert Schlegel specialises in commercial images, utilizing both conventional film base photography and digital capture imagery. Schlegel’s portfolio includes personalities, still life, consumer product and packaging, food, corporate and business photographs, and most recently – Nashville country music and bluegrass musicians, including Rhonda Vincent and her newly released CD “One Step Ahead”.
Lisa Young is a London-based freelance photographer and travel writer. She produces photos, video and articles about her escapades, which have taken her to over 55 countries.
Her most recent trips include; searching on horse back for Jaguar in Brazil’s remote Pantanal region; driving the Australia Way route from Broome in WA to Darwin in the NT; joining the Land Rover G4 Challenge recce team on a drive across Outer Mongolia; becoming a stock woman for a video for Tourism Australia; exploring the revolution trail in Cuba; skiing in the Arctic Circle; accompanying Cape Town’s SPCA on animal rescues; sand-driving through Oman’s Wahiba Sands; horse safaris in Kenya; riding a Harley through Australia’s outback and learning to drive an elephant in Northern Thailand.
Throughout the eighties Lisa lived in New York City, where she worked as a studio manager & first assistant to photographer William Coupon, and worked on photo shoots of celebrities and politicians, including Presidents Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan for Time magazine.
Since then, Lisa relocated to Europe and now her own work features in a variety of publications worldwide, including The Times, the Sunday Telegraph, Scotland on Sunday, The Week, Sunday Times Travel magazine and Harpers Bazaar. Clients have included Warner Brothers, Orient Express and the GSM Association (GSM20 Mobile World documentary and book project). She has photographed and written about a number of subjects, from cultural tribes and development projects to adventure & luxury travel. Photographic projects include the London Eye, the Cheetah Conservation Fund and aid development projects in Nepal, Sri Lanka and Africa.
Jamie has a boundless passion for creating both still and moving images and he understands the needs of all the departments involved. He has spent over 30 years in the film industry working as a director and visual consultant on documentaries, TV commercials and feature films. He is also a travel and natural lifestyle photographer and his pictures have appeared in numerous International publications and exhibitions. He has had many International clients including Aardman Animations, Dreamworks, Oxford Scientific Films, Discovery Channel and National Geographic.