Boris Martin

I am an Atlanta based unit still photographer, member of ICG Local 600. I absolutely love my job, being on set, capturing memorable moments happening both in front and behind the cameras. I am very low key but extremely attentive in my surroundings. To me a film set is visual Nirvana, filled with a myriad of emotions, characters, excitement, drama, laughter, tragedy and everything in between. I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to witness and document it all. Besides unit stills I also shoot Key Art and Gallery. I am a dual citizen (Hungarian-American), willing to work anywhere in the world.

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Ben Adams

I am devoted to being a visual storyteller through photography—capturing lasting memories to help others relive specific moments in time. My love for the creative process enables me to multitask in dynamic environments and create colorful, vibrant, and sharp content. My professional successes are directly related to my meticulous attention to detail, calm demeanor under pressure, and desire to continuously improve my craft—skills needed to produce the highest quality of work.

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Hopper Stone

Armed with a degree in Scandinavian Philology (Yes, that’s a real thing) from the University of Wisconsin, Hopper Stone started his career as a photojournalist in 1988. He lived in Helsinki, Rome and Mexico City while being a photographer for the Black Star photographic agency. After covering world events on 5 continents, he transitioned to shooting on film sets as a unit still photographer in 1997. “I got tired of getting shot at” is the one sentence answer as to why he made the switch. “I’m more of a story teller than an artist. My job is lay low, be quiet and just be amongst all of the chaos going on in front of me. Through all of that, I…

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