Rick Souders, owner of Souders Studios, has one of the largest food photography studios in the Rocky Mountain West. Rick is an honors graduate of the Art Center College of Design and is known as the Mile High Food and Beverage Guy. The Souders Studios facilities include a commercial kitchen, two studios, five client lounges and balconies, three prop storage areas including a prop pantry, prop garage and a prop barn. The Souders Studios team has won many prestigious awards around the world including Best Beverage Photography 3 consecutive times at the World Food Media Awards.
Souders Studios has many fast food, restaurant chains, national beverage and liquor clients, health food clients, cookbooks and editorial clients. Square Pixels, its sister company, is also an awarding-winning retouching and digital compositing studio. The team offers several styles of photography and a vast array of equipment. The studio is known internationally for its creativity with food and beverage photography, while the team also specializes in flame and splash photography.
Rick works out of Golden, CO 80401-2896, near Denver
Jeffrey A. Rycus’s diverse and exceptional photography has been featured in some of the finest publications for more than a quarter of a century.
He has received numerous accolades in the course of his career, including one of the military’s highest awards for journalistic excellence and the top award at the 30th annual Columbus ADDY Awards where his photographs were selected Best of Show from more than 850 entries submitted by area advertising agencies.
Rycus has undergraduate degrees in biological sciences, English and journalism and a master of arts degree in journalism with a major in photography.
His photography has been published in collaboration with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and exhibited throughout the Midwest, including the Toledo and Columbus Museums of Art. Selected work is included in several corporate art collections and the permanent collection at the Toledo Museum of Art.
His firm, Rycus Associates Photography LLC, operates from a full service 3,600 sq. ft. commercial photography studio in downtown Columbus, which features digital technicians and work stations, associate photographers and support staff. The company recently celebrated its 23rd year of operation.
His photographs have been published in countless annual reports and numerous other regional and national publications, including Time-Life Books, The New York Times and Fortune, New York, Newsweek, Nation’s Business, Scientific American, Stereo Review, People, Woman’s Day, Working Woman, Better Homes and Gardens, GEO and Ladies Home Journal magazines.
Corporate clients include, AT&T, Pepsi, DuPont, Abbott Laboratories, McDonald’s, Borden, Kroger, California Redwood, Turner Construction, M/I Schottenstein Homes, General Shale, Ashland Chemical, U.S. Network, Limited Brands, NBC, AOL, Lucent Technologies, The Columbus Foundation, J. C. Penny and JPMorgan Chase.
Jeffery Rycus is based out of Gahanna, OH 43230-6132
Akron Ohio Commercial Advertising Photographer James Martin of Studio Martone specializes in Food, Automotive, Advertising, Annual Report, Product, People, Portrait, any and all facets of Studio and on location Photography.Studio Martone is based in Akron, Ohio 44304-1355.
I photograph people, places and things. A second generation photographer, I have many years experience as a working commercial photographer. I have worked for over 300 magazines and many advertising agencies and corporate clients from across the globe. Dependable and creative, you can trust your project to Gil Ford.
I’ve been producing photographs since 1988 for national magazines such as Time, Forbes, BusinessWeek, National Geographic Traveler, Men’s Vogue, New York Times magazine, Runner’s World and Bon Appetit.
I’m as comfortable working in a CEO’s office as I am on a fishing boat in the Illinois River.