Featured sites

A showcase of our favourite Viewbook sites.

  • Anthony Coleman


    Having first trained in architecture, Anthony Coleman studied for a masters degree at the Royal College of Art. He works with some of the United Kingdom’s leading architects and design magazines and continues to pursue personal photographic projects. Take a look at his extensive portfolio.


  • Thibault Montamat


    Thibault Montamat makes bright and eccentric portraits. Portraits of Paul Smith, Jusain Bolt, Jean Paul Gaultier, Roberto Polo and other remarkable personalities. He works for magazines such as W Magazine, Wall street Journal Magazine, New York Times, Sunday Telegraph, Stiletto, Jalouse, Encens and Details. Take a look at the amusing website that he made with Viewbook.


  • Stanley Leroux

    Nature Photographer

    Stanley Leroux (Paris) is a tireless traveler and ventures into more remote areas in order to achieve his animal and nature photographs, often in the form of solo expeditions. At his latest he documented penguins at extreme latitudes of the subantarctic fauna endangered by immersion.


  • Wendelien Daan

    Fashion Photographer

    Internationally recognised fashion and portrait photographer from The Netherlands. The work of Wendelien Daan takes you into a world in which people and everyday objects can sometimes take on a peculiar form.


  • Joe Fletcher

    Architectural Photographer

    Architectural photographer Joe Fletcher (San Francisco, USA) likes simple, contemplative beauty in form and light. "Photography allows us to marvel at these things in architecture."


  • Irina Rozovsky


    Irina Rozovsky lives in Brooklyn, NY and teaches at the International Center of Photography and the Art Institute of Boston. Her first monograph 'One to Nothing' was published by Kehrer Verlag, and named on the "Best Books of 2011" lists by Alec Soth and photo-eye Magazine.


  • Sim Chi Yin


    Chi Yin Sim is a photographer based in Beijing, a member of VII Photo Agency. When she's not working on personal projects on social issues in the region, she shoots regularly for the New York Times. Her work has also been shown and collected by art galleries, auction houses and foundations in Paris and New York.


  • Jonathan May


    Jonathan May (Sydney, Australia) imbues his subjects with humour and poignancy.


  • Maxime Ballesteros


    Maxime Ballesteros was born in Lyon, France. He has been based in Berlin since 2007. His photographs have been featured in solo and group exhibitions around the world. "Not that we could confirm, but we believe he sleeps with his camera - Annika Von Taube"


  • Laura Stevens


    Laura Stevens’ series of narrative portraits represent and fictionalise personal situations, using cinematic drama and painterly aesthetics along themes of intimacy, relationships and loss. Stevens is one of the five grant winners of the LensCulture's Emerging Talents 2014.


  • Dave Bradley


    Bradley strives to create 'sharp, crisp photographs that clarify rather than complicate, revealing objects in their basic forms and textures'.


  • Casey Kelbaugh


    Casey Kelbaugh is a NYC-based photographer and the founder of Slideluck.