American based director Alex Kinter’s work has made some noise, whether it's his commercials of high profile athletes, models fighting with exploding pillows or his commissioned travels to beautiful and exciting destinations. Kinter often mixes the vibe of his edgy and artistic side with the commercial and promotional aspects of business, along with his passion for film, creating an engaging cinematic explosion of visuals, environment, and experience. In his latest series, Adventurer, he presents in a single epic volume his most exciting work to date, including a landscape photography series from his travels to Peru, celebrity portraits, and cinematic motion stills from his highly acclaimed productions and campaigns.
Truly unfazed by his critics' word’s, Alex raises the bar for his subjects―often his clients, who own or manage many successful brands, business and corporations ―and himself as well, taking it to the max, going above and beyond expectations. Alex’s ambitious, creative mind and eyes in setting up scenes, frames & capturing subjects in dynamic lighting for conceptual storytelling, provides the viewer with a memorable & remarkable experience.
I love making people look good and being able to reach the audience they want with the help of my images.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I've done Events, Portraits, Fashion, Product, Food, Commercial and Real Estate.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
Alex has received a notable reputation as a commercial director & photographer and has worked with brands such as AT&T, Dallas Cowboys, Hublot, Pernot Ricard, Marriott Courtyard, Sonic, MTV, Viacom, and Mercedes Benz just to name a few. Also has produced and shot work for TIME magazine and Sports Illustrated.
A fun fact about this photographer
I played guitar in a couple of bands before I got into photography.