It was family, not photography, that led Jamie Kripke to board a riverboat in Basel, Switzerland, for a week-long cruise down the Rhine, but once the plans were made, he knew he wanted to take photographic advantage of the unique opportunity.
The Aspen Power of Four is a multi-sport race series that takes competitors on a course up and over the four mountains that make up Aspen-Snowmass: Aspen Mountain (Ajax), Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass.
Ohio roots, a love of bicycles and a fear of flying lead Jamie Kripke on a photographic journey.
Jamie Kripke’s latest personal project came about somewhat by happenstance: he was doing some photography research for a friend when he discovered the unique story of the Chicago Park District’s fieldhouses.
Inspired by the “profound truth” that “the artist’s best career move is death,” Jamie Kripke decided to stage his own funeral.
Jamie Kripke says Ed Ruscha’s iconic painting of a Standard gas station was his inspiration when working with Venables, Bell & Partners to create a library of updated photography for the Phillips 66 brand.
We are so proud to announce that Randal Ford, Jamie Kripke and RJ Muna have been included in American Photography 32.
Every start of the new year when I have my marketing talks with my photographers, I always advise to enter the relevant awards contests.
I asked Jamie Kripke to share some thoughts on his photo essay “Building Ello,” a behind the scenes look at the creative minds at Mode Set.
Jamie Kripke shoots the Womens’ Giant Slalom at the FIS Alpine World Championships at Beaver Creek.
“Wyoming Color” is a recent series of personal work shot by Jamie Kripke while driving (7 + hours) to and from an assignment for Field & Stream in Sheridan, Wyoming.
Quinci and I just returned from a whirlwind few days showing portfolios and hanging with Jamie Kripke on his home turf.
Jamie Kripke’s latest project was inspired by a music video from The Paper Kites. The client was Hewlett-Packard and the project was to announce their new Enterprise X printer. Kripke was hired by the San Francisco-based agency Doremus.