Nov 16, 2011
Mark Gong is a New York-based fashion photographer. He is the grand prize winner of the 2009 Surface Avant Guardian Project. His client and magazines include Macy’s, Under Armor, Redkin, Surface, Creem (Paris), Highlights (AU), Fader, 10 (UK), New York Times, Elle (Singapore), Sport&Street (IT), H (Spain), Tatler (Singapore), Vegas, Blink (MX), Razor|Red (HK), TheOnes2Watch, and others.
Nov 16, 2011
Steven Meisel is fashion’s pre-eminent image-maker—prolific and innovative —visualizing the trends of every fashion season since the 1980s. Along with his ability to cast the faces and characters that come to represent the look of fashion, Meisel has a prodigious talent for scripting story lines that reference and reflect culture. For well over a decade, he has created every cover and lead editorial story for each issue of Italian Vogue. There may be no other photographer-magazine relationship in any other field of such long-lasting commitment and innovation.Like all truly great image-makers in fashion’s pantheon, Meisel not only depicts fashion, he defines it, and gives it cultural resonance. His influences and inspirations are varied, culled from design, architecture, art, cinema, and literature. Meisel has also portrayed our leading actresses and entertainers, defining the relationships between celebrity and fashion in the process. Most notably, Meisel collaborated with Madonna to create their notorious book Sex (1992). As the primary photographer for American and Italian Vogue, Steven Meisel’s continued interpretations lead and influence our understanding of contemporary fashion. Each season, he has also created some of fashion’s most memorable campaigns for Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Mulberry, Lanvin, and Versace.
Nov 9, 2011
” My introduction to this industry began in front of the camera. I was the pin-up boy for such revered fashion houses as Prada, YSL, Jil Sander, Lacoste… and worked with the top photographers in the game. 4 years ago i settled in NY and built out a studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I have been shooting full time ever since, specializing in both still life and fashion photography. Clients so far include – Ralph Lauren, NY Magazine, GQ, NYLON, Boucheron, Marie Claire, Gilt Groupe, Christies, I.D., Edun and plenty more…” – Henry Hargreaves
Nov 8, 2011
‘ Andrea was born in Wisconsin where she grew up working in her family’s restaurants that she began to build her love for food presentation. Her love for photography was not far behind. Photography has always been a way for her to capture and express her everyday life. Whether it’s portraits of potatoes or portraits of people, the goal is to capture life in every subject. Andrea lives in downtown Los Angeles and shoots in the studio and on location. ‘ Link here.
Nov 8, 2011
Melding her passion for photography with her love of animals, Sharon Montrose‘s definitive photographic style has made her one of the most sought-after commercial photographers specializing in animals. In addition to ten published photography books to her credit, Sharon shoots for some of the world’s foremost pet industry brands. Her animal series photographs are part of numerous public and private collections, including The Sir Elton John Photography Collection and have been awarded recognition by Communication Arts, Photo District News, The Art of Photography, Hey, Hot Shot!, and the International Photography Awards.
Nov 7, 2011
Edouard Levé was self-taught as an artist and studied business at the elite École supérieure des sciences économiques et commerciales. He began painting in 1991. Levé made abstract paintings but abandoned the field (claiming to have burned most of his paintings) and took up color photography upon his return from an influential two-month trip to India in 1995.
Nov 4, 2011
“Artist Ashkan Honarvar have used Vanities symbols like the flowers to symbolise life and death. Each face is also covered with different animal eyes these can be seen as a final animal instinct that guides these persons.” These collages appeared on I love You magazine in collaboration with the stylist Kathi Kauder and photographer Sabrina Theissen. – via Behance
Nov 4, 2011
Evgenij Soloviev, a 20 year old talent from Russia, continues to hone his craft in digital surrealism. With the advent of photoshop and the likes, a lot of people have dabbled in photo manipulation. The results have been mediocre at best. But put those same tools in the hands of someone like Evgenij, the results speak for themselves. His work truly separates itself from the pack.
Nov 3, 2011
Jonathan imbues his subjects with humour and poignancy. His instinctual ability to take a concept and tell a fascinating visual story is both innovative and compelling. Jonathan’s great love is the quirky, creative, concept-driven advertising that comes out of true collaboration with art directors. Jonathan loves to find interesting characters and unconventional locations, using colour and treatments to heighten the visual experience. Always looking for subtle humour, his work visually engages us by drawing us in to share the experience of the subject. Link here.
Nov 2, 2011
Bec Wonders integrated illustrations into her photographs which are an absolute feast for the eyes. We want more, Bec -mooooore.