American musician David Pajo photographed by Daniel Bergeron was selected as this year's cover image. Check it out for yourself by downloading the complete PDF (18 MB).
The 2023 APA Annual Sourcebook is now available for download and features the work of our diverse members from across the country, from emerging to seasoned professionals. As always, the APA Sourcebook highlights photographers specializing in lifestyle, food, still life, architecture, sports, adventure, and more.
The book has over 280 pages of exceptional imagery, including portraiture, celebrity, food, still life, interiors, landscape, sports, and more.
The book will be sent to hundreds of art buyers, producers, and photo editors like:
20th Century Studios, 72 and Sunny, BBDO Worldwide, Bath & Body Works, Bloomberg, Boone Oakley, Carmichael Lynch, CBS, Coca-Cola North America, Columbia Sportswear, Conde Naste, Cramer-Krasselt, David & Goliath, Deutsch, Digitas, Disney Channel, Droga5, Eddie Bauer, ELLE, Epic Records, Fallon, Fast Company, GAP, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Harper's Bazaar, Havas Worldwide, HBO, Kate Spade, Leo Burnett, Lucky Brand Jeans, Marie Claire, McCann Echo, McGarryBowen, MRM//McCANN, MullenLowe, Netflix, New York Times Magazine, Nike, Ogilvy & Mather, Paramount Pictures, Pereira & O'Dell, Publicis Sapient, Redken, Rolling Stone, Saatchi & Saatchi, Sephora USA, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sundance, Target Brands, TBWA\Chiat\Day Under Armour, Vanity Fair, Warner Brothers, Wieden + Kennedy, Wired Zambezi, and many more.
The APA Sourcebook is an exceptional collection of work because so many of these talented photographers are not in any other publications or with a rep group, so art producers may not know them. Many are highly accomplished but not necessarily high-profile photographers.
—Juliette Wolf-Robin, APA National Executive Director