New York still life photographer and table top director Aaron Cameron Muntz focuses his passion and creative energy capturing work with cosmetics, products, food & drink.
"When I was a kid, my family went on vacation to the Smoky Mountains. We climbed Chimney Rock. It wasn’t easy, the weather was bad, but we were determined to get to the top. When we finally made it, my parents handed me the Polaroid camera and I took my first picture. Just the usual tourist photo of my parents proud to have made the trip, but for me, watching that Polaroid develop sparked the beginning of a lifelong passion for image making. That’s how I like to remember it." – Aaron Cameron Muntz
Aaron's work has been recognized and featured by the following:
2023 American Photography 39, one chosen image
2019 Dairy Barn Arts Center, Diminished Views Solo Exhibition
2017 Tokyo International Foto Awards, silver, portfolio/food
2017 PDN The Look, first place, still life/accessories
2016 International Motion Arts Awards
2016 PDN Taste, winner, personal work
2016 Chasing Light article, The Changing Landscape of Content Creation
2016 American Photography 32, one chosen image
2016 Layers Magazine
article, Eat Your Heart Out
2016 Eat Your Heart Out
cookbook authored by Dean Sheremet
2015 PDN The Look, winner, still life/accessories
2014 Kontinent Awards, honorable mention, advertising
2013 HasselbladBron, Photographer Profile
2008 American Photography 24, two chosen images
2004 PDN PhotoServe Editor's Choice
2003 American Photography 19, one chosen image
2002 American Photography 18, two chosen images
Our 1600sf, fully equipped, full service studio is nestled in a private artist compound in Red Hook Brooklyn. Join us for a shoot and work or relax in the client lounge. For those who are unable to attend the shoot, we are able to provide remote access.
Among many amenities, the studio offers a gated, private courtyard for loading and unloading, en-suite bathroom and high-speed wifi. The studio is just steps away from Red Hook Park for an afternoon walk and a quick break from the shoot.
182 Halleck St. is located between Smith St. and Court St. easily accessible by public transportation.
F and G trains at Smith & 9th St. Station
B61 and B57 bus service at Court St/Lorraine St.
A quick taxi ride from Manhattan, we are located at the first exit on the Brooklyn side of the Hugh L. Carey (Brooklyn-Battery) Tunnel.
The immediate neighborhood also offers unrestricted daytime parking.