Patrick Hoelck (pronounced /hɒl.lɒk/; born September 7, 1968) is an American filmmaker and photographer based in Los Angeles and New York City. Aside from directing several mainstream music videos and television commercials, he is more widely known for his photographic work, specializing in celebrity advertisement and fine art. Patrick is popularly known for his unique artistic style, capturing dramatic portraits of celebrities, athletes, and models alike. your brand's story through images.FEATURED ARTIST
Kat Höelck Goble
I live & create in New York + Los Angeles with my partner Anthony and son, Lincoln J. I approach image-making as meditation, exploring the themes that arise as the works unfold. These artworks are impulsive, mostly made in a single sitting. I've been drawing since age 12, using illustration as a way to communicate my experience as a young person growing in a rapidly-changing world. I moved to New York at 18 to study at Parsons the New School for Design and graduated with honors in 2011. I am currently developing a line that is crafted in the USA using American grown fibers. your brand's story through images.FEATURED ARTIST
Estevan Oriol is an internationally celebrated professional photographer, director and urban lifestyle entrepreneur. Beginning his career as a hip-hop club bouncer turned tour manager for popular Los Angeles-based rap groups Cypress Hill and House of Pain, Estevan’s passion for photography developed while traveling the world. With an influential nudge and old camera from his father, renowned photographer Eriberto Oriol, Estevan began documenting life on the road and established a name for himself amid the emerging hip-hop scene..FEATURED ARTIST
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