Teddy Telles is an independent photographer and videographer, known for his technical precision and ability to translate ideas into arresting imagery.
Whether creating editorials, interviews, look books, or portraits, Teddy’s videos are alive with dynamic camera movement and his stills capture entire narratives within a single frame. This innate sense of rhythm can be traced to an early career in music, which brought him from El Paso, TX to Brooklyn, NY. Shortly thereafter, his mother gave him a camera she won at a casino and Teddy has been shooting ever since.
Teddy’s style is informed by the industrial glamour, vintage craft, and vibrant spirit of his beloved Brooklyn. His bold aesthetic made him the perfect fit for the production agency, Nothing Something, where he received an apprenticeship and went on to run their photo department.
With experience working on large-scale campaigns throughout the United States, Teddy thrives on collaborative, multi-faceted endeavors. He also specializes in projects where attention to composition, concept, and form allow him to illuminate the allure of a single product.
From conception to post-production, Teddy focuses on realizing the client’s vision and exceeding their expectations.
Clients: Diageo North America, the Player's Tribune, EverBlock, Diesel, Airwalk, Catherine Malandrino, One Kings Lane, Made Her Think, Mark McNairy: New Amsterdam, Booker NYC, Scribe Winery, Magnolia Pub & Brewery, Parenting Magazine.
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