Born in London and raised in England and Italy, still life and motion photographer Bartholomew Cooke graduated from ArtCenter College of Design in 2007. While there, he developed his commercial aesthetic, a combination of digital capture, collage, and computer rendering. Known for his vivid conceptual manipulations of inanimate objects and sense of humor, Cooke has worked with a wide range of editorial and commercial clients, among them Samsung, Google, Nike, Gatorade, Barney’s, Avon, Smashbox Cosmetics, "The New Yorker," "Dwell" and "GQ." His images have appeared on numerous magazine covers, from "Time" and "Wired" to "The Atlantic" and "Variety." Bartholomew lives in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, and has a studio and workshop in nearby Highland Park.