Wonderful Machine

Welcome to our Tumblr page. Here we'll share photos and projects from our member photographers. To read our in depth features, visit the daily blog at www.blog.wonderfulmachine.com
sethlowephoto:

Michael Ritchason, Hollywood game night winner, Christmas special 2013.  

sethlowephoto:

Michael Ritchason, Hollywood game night winner, Christmas special 2013.  

justinbastien:

Epic sunset and bodysurf session last night with @tmothersdome
#nineplus #surf #surfing #bodysurf #theoutbound

justinbastien:

Epic sunset and bodysurf session last night with @tmothersdome

#nineplus #surf #surfing #bodysurf #theoutbound

Faces of Havana
“Sure, I wake up every day looking forward to making photos. I love photography, and my visit to Cuba has only strengthened that passion” - Adam Lerner

Faces of Havana

“Sure, I wake up every day looking forward to making photos. I love photography, and my visit to Cuba has only strengthened that passion” - Adam Lerner

We’re Hiring!

Wonderful Machine provides marketing support to a network of 700 commercial and editorial photographers. We promote our photographers to ad agencies, magazines, graphic design firms and corporations worldwide, and we help photographers with estimating and shoot production. We’re adding a sixth producer to our staff. Prior photo industry experience is nice, but not essential. Mostly, we’re looking for someone who is comfortable with technology, social media, is sociable, smart, has good communication skills and lots of common sense.

We offer health & dental insurance, 3 weeks paid time-off, 8 paid holidays, year-end bonus, and IRA matching. Email resume/cover letter to our CEO Bill Cramer (bill@wonderfulmachine.com)- please include salary requirements with your reply.

jodyhorton:

HOUSTONIA MAGAZINE, GULF OYSTERS

Oysters are my favorite subjects to photograph. 

These images of a commercial oyster harvest in East Galveston bay were featured in this month’s issue of Houstonia Magazine, along with an article by food writer and oyster expert Robb Walsh

Thanks to Tracy Woody at Jeri’s Seafood in Smith Point for allowing me to see their operation and tag along on a dredge.

www.jodyhorton.com  |  jody@jodyhorton.com

A Two-Way Street: Jonathan Hanson found himself too distracted by social media, so he turned to the streets of Baltimore with his camera to make personal connections and charismatic portraits.

A Spoils of Babylon promo of Kristen Wiig shot by Kyle Christy.