New Member Shout Outs: Aug. 20th Edition

New Member Shout Outs: Aug. 20th Edition

This month we’re delighted to share five PhotoShelter newbies that have fleshed out their Beam portfolio sites quickly and with ease to display their fantastic work. From Sara Malas’ sun-drenched portraits to the homes of the Hamptons documented by Mitchell Geng – take a look at how each photographer found a perfect match for their outstanding portfolios.

Mitchell Geng

Mitchell's PhotoShelter homepage

Mitchell’s PhotoShelter homepage

  • Name/Site: Mitchell Geng
  • PhotoShelter template: Shuffle
  • Member since: July 14, 2014
  • Location: New York, New York
  • Speciality and background: Mitchell Geng, an interior freelance photographer, starting shooting his own home listings while working in real estate and studying photography on the side. As others began to request his services his photo business grew. He’s currently based out of New York City and his clients range from real estate to management companies, and many private home owners.  Although based in NYC, he’s no stranger to traveling for shoots. He’s currently available for hire.

Mike O’Hara Photography


Mike O’Hara’s PhotoShelter homepage

  • Name/Site: Mike O’Hara Photography
  • PhotoShelter template: Marquee
  • Member since: July 17, 2014
  • Location: Redondo Beach, California
  • Speciality and background: Mike’s passion lies no where near a desk – he’s happiest when taking photos outdoors. From surfing to mountaineering, Mike spends his best days traveling through nature. “I strive for capturing magnificent images of the mountains, the land, and the sea and showing the true beauty of the world we live in,” claims Mike. He is currently available for freelance inquiries and print sales.

Access Property Productions


Access’ PhotoShelter homepage

  • Name/Site: Access Property Productions
  • PhotoShelter template: Shuffle
  • Member since: July 14, 2014
  • Location: London, UK
  • Speciality and background: Access Property Productions specializes in creating images for the property sector. Access creates images for all media collateral, including print, online and video. They also can work along side with an in-house team of creatives or be hired to complete a project from start to finish on their own. Their number one goal for clients is to get them images on time, on brief, and on budget.

541 Images 

541 Images PhotoShelter homepage

541 Images PhotoShelter homepage

  • Name/Site: Brian Nelson’s 541 Images 
  • PhotoShelter template: Marquee
  • Member since: July 17, 2014
  • Location: Portland, OR
  • Speciality and background: Brian’s world is all about cycling and photographing – but it wasn’t until he saw the work of PDXCross that he was inspired to get involved and do it all. “I wanted to know the people I was seeing, to be able to capture the characters, emotion and beauty.  After several years of racing and shooting, I’ve made a few good photos and had more fun than I ever though possible,” says Brian.

Sara Malas

Sara Malas PhotoShelter homepage

Sara Malas PhotoShelter homepage

  • Name/Site: Sara Malas
  • PhotoShelter template: Element
  • Member since: July 15, 2014
  • Location: Washington, DC
  • Speciality and background: Sara is currently a sophomore attending American University in Washington, DC. A double major in Film & Media Studies as well as Psychology, Sara always has her camera on her.  She specializes in portrait and travel photography, and her high school portfolio series “The Smoker’s Soul” is definitely worth checking out.


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