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Travel Photography

An Inside Look at Hospitality Photography

 

From the historical architecture and interiors of Barcelona to the vibrant cuisine of Cuba and the playfulness and tranquility of beaches along the coast of Mexico our hospitality storytellers have brought to life the unique visions of destination marketers across the globe. 

Here are just a few of our favorite inspirational moments from our visual storytellers. 

Hubert Kang | Sophisticated, Luxury

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Tec Petaja | Classic, Tranquility

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Ellen Silverman | A Taste of Mexico

 

Ellen Silverman shares with us a taste of her travels to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. The seafood rice stew, shrimp mango torta, floating island dessert, and other local cuisine were shot for two different cookbooks, Mexico Today by Pati Jinich and Back to the Kitchen by Freddie Prinze Jr. 

For more of Ellen's colorful and vibrant images click here

Welcome Vancouver based Photographer & Director | Hubert Kang

 

We are thrilled to Welcome Hubert Kang to the Agency MJ family! Hubert has been capturing visual narratives for brands like Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, BMW, Nike, Visa and many more for the last decade. Growing up with Eastern and Western influences, he's learned to look at things with infused perspectives and aesthetics. 

"I am attracted to energy, forms, light, and raw emotions. I mix these elements with my life experiences to communicate what I see in this fascinating world." 

His approach is truly collaborative and he's had the privilege to work with some of the brightest minds in the industry all over the world. When he's not traveling, you can find Hubert in Vancouver with his wife Annie and their fur baby Sammy! 

Check out more of Hubert's work here

 

 

Agency MJ: Five Years Anniversary

Photo by Kyle Dreier

Photo by Kyle Dreier

December 2013 marked Agency MJ's five-year anniversary. To honor this milestone, we asked Mollie Jannasch, Owner and Agent, a few questions about the history of the Agency:

When did you know you wanted to become an agent and what led to that decision?

Working at NYC Artist Agencies, Art + Commerce and Nice.  These amazing experiences helped me to identify that I had an interest in the business side of the photography industry.

How many artists were on your roster when you started out?

I started with three photographers and grew the business to include East and West Coast representation within the first year.

The best thing I did starting out was consult with industry professionals who have been in the trenches longer.  I reached out to Amanda Sosa Stone and Suzanne Sease, who co-wrote the book 'The Photographers Survival Guide.'

As a team, we worked on everything from setting business and marketing goals to scouting new talent.  I could not have done this without their initial guidance and direction.

What's your day-to-day like?

It is a mix each week. Everything from project conference calls, scheduling and booking assignments, and marketing events and portfolio shows.

What are some of the milestones you've reached in your first five years?

Shooting with some of the best agencies and talent in the industry - from booking Chelsea Handler to Fruit of the Loom to Publix Supermarkets, I am thrilled with all the opportunities and ways in which we have developed over the past five years!

We have had so many small and large triumphs along the way, we are so grateful for our talented roster.

I also want to thank my family and friends. Their support and inspiration has helped us blossom!