Author Archives: Kristina Feliciano
I’m the creative director of Stockland Martel, a New York City–based agency that represents editorial and advertising photographers.
Jeff Lipsky photographs celebrity chef and Food Network host Giada De Laurentiis for Natural Health magazine
New York magazine commissions Art Streiber to photograph what fame looks like for Benedict Cumberbatch
. Read the feature, “Benedict and the Cumberbitches: What Fame Looks Like from Inside a Meme,” at nymag.com. . .
For a feature in the new issue of More, the magazine asked Nigel Cox to photograph architecturally inspired fine jewelry by designers including Vhernier, EvelynH, Roberto Coin, Mattioli, and PHYNE. So Nigel and his team rented architectural models from Kennedy Fabrications in New York City and produced stunning still lifes with wonderfully graphic compositions… . […]
Variety asked Art Streiber to photograph Angelina Jolie, who directed the movie Unbroken, for the cover of its Noveber 18 issue. The movie tells the harrowing but ultimately triumphant tale of Louis Zamperini, a former Olympic runner who was captured during World War II while on a search-and-rescue mission and for two years endured horrific […]
For the November 3 issue of People Country, Jeff Lipsky photographed Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of the platinum-selling country act Florida Georgia Line at their respective Nashville homes. Here’s a look… . . .
Not only is Neil Patrick Harris an author, a Broadway star, a movie and TV star, and the host of next year’s Academy Awards, he’s also the face of London Fog’s holiday marketing campaign. The Emmy-winning actor and his husband, actor and chef David Burtka, are featured in the campaign, which was shot in New […]
The critically acclaimed series stars Laurie Metcalf, Niecy Nash, Alex Borstein, and Mel Rodriguez. Learn more about the show here. . . .
See more of Steven Lippman’s moody, atmospheric key art for “The Affair,” which Showtime just renewed for a second season
The Hollywood Reporter announced that Showtime has renewed Homeland, whose season-four key art was photographed by Jim Fiscus, and The Affair, which debuted this fall. Steven Lippman shot the latter show’s key art, which comprises a moody mix of portraits, landscapes, and oceanscapes. We showed you some of his work for The Affair here. Below, […]