Our Team

  STEPHEN CLUTE is the Director of Still Post Production and TPI's 360˚ Specialist.   After receiving his BFA in visual media from Rochester Institute of Technology, Steve joined TPI to pursue his passion for photography and post-production. His exceptional retouching and composite photography skills are unmatched in the art world and his services highly in demand by our artists. Steve also travels with TPI -- to Venice and other locations -- to provide on-site post production.  In his spare time, Steve builds and pilots drones and creates aerial imagery and videos. So Steve is also TPI's resident drone photographer for clients in need of aerial imagery.

STEPHEN CLUTE is the Director of Still Post Production and TPI's 360˚ Specialist.

After receiving his BFA in visual media from Rochester Institute of Technology, Steve joined TPI to pursue his passion for photography and post-production. His exceptional retouching and composite photography skills are unmatched in the art world and his services highly in demand by our artists. Steve also travels with TPI -- to Venice and other locations -- to provide on-site post production.

In his spare time, Steve builds and pilots drones and creates aerial imagery and videos. So Steve is also TPI's resident drone photographer for clients in need of aerial imagery.

  JOHN STANLEY is the Studio Manager at TPI, joining us in June 2016.   Born and raised in Hartford, Connecticut and now living in Brooklyn, John is a photographer specializing in urban and architectural history. He received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, where he was the recipient of the Paula Rhodes Memorial Award. His photographs have been exhibited at numerous institutions, including Edward Hopper House Art Center, Photographic Center Northwest, and at P.S. 122 Gallery. John’s past work experience include a five year stint as the Director of the Camera Club of New York (CCNY) and working at other photography and art organizations, including SF Camerawork in San Francisco. In his free time, John enjoys visiting galleries and exploring new corners of the city.

JOHN STANLEY is the Studio Manager at TPI, joining us in June 2016.

Born and raised in Hartford, Connecticut and now living in Brooklyn, John is a photographer specializing in urban and architectural history. He received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, where he was the recipient of the Paula Rhodes Memorial Award. His photographs have been exhibited at numerous institutions, including Edward Hopper House Art Center, Photographic Center Northwest, and at P.S. 122 Gallery. John’s past work experience include a five year stint as the Director of the Camera Club of New York (CCNY) and working at other photography and art organizations, including SF Camerawork in San Francisco. In his free time, John enjoys visiting galleries and exploring new corners of the city.

  ELIZABETH STREITZ is TPI's   Consulting Director of Marketing.   Liz brings 3 decades of marketing, sales, and high net worth sector expertise to TPI. After graduating with honors from Williams College with a BA in political science, she started her career at Donaldson, Lufkin, & Jenrette (DLJ) in institutional trading and sales. She also helped launch new investment products managed by DLJ's asset management subsidiary, Alliance Capital Management. Liz moved on to do coursework in film and graduate work at the Columbia University School of International & Public Affairs before starting her own consulting firm for Blue Chip financial services and luxury market sector clients.  Specialties include strategic planning and partnerships, global branding, marketing and business plans, product development, entrepreneurial projects, hedge and private equity funds marketing and business strategy, asset management, sales, advertising, PR, integrated marketing, audience development, website, mobile and social media strategy.

ELIZABETH STREITZ is TPI's Consulting Director of Marketing.

Liz brings 3 decades of marketing, sales, and high net worth sector expertise to TPI. After graduating with honors from Williams College with a BA in political science, she started her career at Donaldson, Lufkin, & Jenrette (DLJ) in institutional trading and sales. She also helped launch new investment products managed by DLJ's asset management subsidiary, Alliance Capital Management. Liz moved on to do coursework in film and graduate work at the Columbia University School of International & Public Affairs before starting her own consulting firm for Blue Chip financial services and luxury market sector clients.

Specialties include strategic planning and partnerships, global branding, marketing and business plans, product development, entrepreneurial projects, hedge and private equity funds marketing and business strategy, asset management, sales, advertising, PR, integrated marketing, audience development, website, mobile and social media strategy.

  RICARDO NAPOLI is TPI's primary Location Assistant and videographer.   Born and raised in Brazil, Ricardo is a professional photographer and videographer with a degree in film photography. His photographic works have been published in the US, Brazil, Japan, Germany, and many other countries. Ricardo’s photographs seek to capture the humanity and emotional complexity of his adopted city and its unique sub-cultures. In 2016, Napoli was invited to take part in the first "Adidas Art Show", which featured a selection of his skateboard-themed photographs.  In 2017, Ricardo released a feature-length film "Making It Happen" which he shot and directed. The film features the diverse styles and personalities of NY skaters and skaters from around the world. The film had its premiere at Cinema Olido in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was screened in many countries.

RICARDO NAPOLI is TPI's primary Location Assistant and videographer.

Born and raised in Brazil, Ricardo is a professional photographer and videographer with a degree in film photography. His photographic works have been published in the US, Brazil, Japan, Germany, and many other countries. Ricardo’s photographs seek to capture the humanity and emotional complexity of his adopted city and its unique sub-cultures. In 2016, Napoli was invited to take part in the first "Adidas Art Show", which featured a selection of his skateboard-themed photographs.

In 2017, Ricardo released a feature-length film "Making It Happen" which he shot and directed. The film features the diverse styles and personalities of NY skaters and skaters from around the world. The film had its premiere at Cinema Olido in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It was screened in many countries.

 
  ALEX FIELD   is our Assistant for TPI's Overseas Shoots.   Alex is a photographer, a DJ and musician, as well as an arborist and all around plant expert. He was born and raised in Newport, RI and graduated in 2009 from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has lived in the Bay area, New York City, and Berlin, Germany and is currently based in Providence, RI. Alex assists Tom on travel shoots, which have included a week long shoot in Capri for a private event for Gagosian Gallery at the renowned Casa Malaparte.   Alex also worked on the month-long shoot in Venice helping TPI document 5 client artists' installations at the Venice Biennial, including Sarah Sze's extraordinary  Triple Point  exhibition at the USA Pavilion. In his free time, Alex enjoys hiking, traveling, playing guitar and collecting records.

ALEX FIELD is our Assistant for TPI's Overseas Shoots.

Alex is a photographer, a DJ and musician, as well as an arborist and all around plant expert. He was born and raised in Newport, RI and graduated in 2009 from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has lived in the Bay area, New York City, and Berlin, Germany and is currently based in Providence, RI. Alex assists Tom on travel shoots, which have included a week long shoot in Capri for a private event for Gagosian Gallery at the renowned Casa Malaparte.

Alex also worked on the month-long shoot in Venice helping TPI document 5 client artists' installations at the Venice Biennial, including Sarah Sze's extraordinary Triple Point exhibition at the USA Pavilion. In his free time, Alex enjoys hiking, traveling, playing guitar and collecting records.

  EMMA MILLIGAN is one of TPI's Location Assistants   Emma Rose Milligan is a NYC + North Fork based artist and photographer. A graduate of the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography program, her personal work practice is based on combining lived experience with the tactility of image making. Her commercial work focuses primarily on food + events, with current clients including Yelp and Uber Eats. Additionally, Emma is a freelance consultant for social media strategy to the F&B + Hospitality industries. After working on projects assisting various artists, her voracity for knowledge and visual perfection brought her to TPI.  Other interests include wet plate collodion, natural dye fabric making, pottery, traveling, eating, and maintaining her insatiable desire to invoke, evoke, and provoke.

EMMA MILLIGAN is one of TPI's Location Assistants

Emma Rose Milligan is a NYC + North Fork based artist and photographer. A graduate of the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography program, her personal work practice is based on combining lived experience with the tactility of image making. Her commercial work focuses primarily on food + events, with current clients including Yelp and Uber Eats. Additionally, Emma is a freelance consultant for social media strategy to the F&B + Hospitality industries. After working on projects assisting various artists, her voracity for knowledge and visual perfection brought her to TPI.

Other interests include wet plate collodion, natural dye fabric making, pottery, traveling, eating, and maintaining her insatiable desire to invoke, evoke, and provoke.