Author Archives: Kristina Feliciano

I’m the creative director of Stockland Martel, a New York City–based agency that represents editorial and advertising photographers.

In honor of the end of summer: six photos that celebrate the year’s most free-spirited season

   

Art Streiber photographs Twentieth Century Fox chairman Jim Gianopulos and the studio’s top executives for Variety magazine

Variety commissioned Art Streiber to photograph Jim Gianopulos, chairman and CEO of Twentieth Century Fox, for a recent cover story on his leadership of the famed studio. He shot the portraits in Gianopulos’ first-floor suite in the 1920s-era Old Executive Building. “Photographing Jim Gianopulos in his private office on the Fox lot felt like a throwback to […]

Steven Lippman talks to A Photo Editor about his work as a photographer and director, his passion for his family, and the causes that are close to his heart

Read the full interview here, or click on the screenshot below. . . .

Three great portraits of Jeff Bridges by Jeff Lipsky

Jeff Lipsky recently photographed Oscar-winning actor Jeff Bridges for AARP The Magazine. (Yes, the Dude is a man of a certain age. Where did the time go?) Here’s a look… . . .

Rosie O’Donnell on why coming out was easy, and more revelations from Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ upcoming documentary “The Boomer List”

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders‘ new documentary, The Boomer List—which features intimate interviews by Timothy with 19 notable baby boomers—doesn’t premiere as part of PBS‘ “American Masters” series until September 23, but the buzz has already begun thanks to the press screenings. The New York Post, for instance, did a Page Six story noting that Rosie Donnell‘s coming […]

Jim Fiscus shoots trading-card-style portraits of Georgia’s fierce Classic City Rollergirls

If you’ve ever seen a women’s roller derby in person, you know there’s a lot of wit, grit, and might involved in putting on an awesome show—not to mention punny, pugilistic rollergirl names like Human Missile Crisis and Honey Boom Boom. But the women of Classic City Rollergirls in Athens, Georgia, raise the stakes even […]

Nino Muñoz shoots key art for the new Chloë Grace Moretz movie, “If I Stay”

Nino Muñoz shot the posters for the Chloë Grace Moretz tearjerker, If I Stay—the summer’s best-performing new wide-release film, according to The New York Times—as well as publicity images, some of which the movie studio used to promote the film on Instagram. . . .

Call for entries: AI-AP’s International Motion Art Awards 3

Did you produce an outstanding motion piece in the past year? AI-AP wants to know. They’ve issued their call for entries for the third annual International Motion Art Awards and are looking for the best photography, illustration, and animation and design in motion. The competition is open to submissions worldwide. This year’s jurors are photographer […]

Sony commissions Tobias Hutzler to photograph CD packaging and visual identity for indie band Magic Man

A while back, we showed you the cover that Tobias Hutzler shot for indie band Magic Man‘s new album, Before the Waves. But that image was just a small part of the assignment for which Sony, Magic Man’s label, commissioned Tobias. In addition to directing a music video for the band, he also shot imagery […]

Craig Cutler shoots Variety magazine’s cover story on the battle between “Good Morning, America” and “Today”

Variety magazine recently commissioned Craig Cutler to shoot its “Coffee Clash” cover story on the race for dominance between Today and Good Morning, America. Read the feature at variety.com. . . .

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