Category Archives: personal projects

Jimmy Chin’s award-winning documentary, “Meru,” now available on iTunes

  If you missed seeing Jimmy Chin‘s film Meru in theaters, fear not: The breathtaking documentary about the quest of three daring climbers—including Jimmy himself—to scale the Shark’s Fin on Mount Meru is now available on iTunes. Click here to learn more. And to follow along with Jimmy on his everyday travels and adventures—in the […]

Cute pooches in costumes: scenes from the Sea Cliff Puppet and Pet Parade, courtesy of Melanie Acevedo

This past Saturday, photographer Melanie Acevedo dolled up her two dogs, Strawberry and Squirrel, and headed out for the annual Puppet and Pet Parade near her home in Sea Cliff, New York. Her pets each came away with a prize—Squirrel won “Most Likely to Catch Her Own Tail,” and little Strawberry effortlessly took the “Most […]

Steven Lippman’s new portrait series showcases the people who help make the SurfAid Cup possible

The nonprofit humanitarian organization SurfAid works to improve the health, well-being, and self-reliance of people living in isolated regions. Last month, at the 2015 Surfaid Cup in Malibu, California, the organization raised more than $160K for the cause. Below, a series of portraits of the athletes, volunteers, and SurfAid ambassadors who helped make that event […]

Jason Hindley continues his photo series exploring Japan

Jason Hindley has been photographing Japan on and off for a number of years, and the country continues to fascinate and inspire him. During his most recent visit, he found himself drawn to photograph everywhere from bustling Shibuya crossing in Tokyo, to vending machines in Kyoto, to a train station in Osaka and a fireworks show […]

In the exhibition “Bookmarks,” organized by advertising agency Havas Paris, Guzman and other photographers picture the intersection between brands and literature

  Among the exhibitions at this year’s Rencontres d’Arles is “Bookmarks,” a show conceived and coordinated by advertising agency Havas Paris that suggests links between major brands and literature. Guzman—photo duo Connie Hansen and Russell Peacock—were asked to be part of the show, which was spearheaded by Christophe Coffre, creative director and co-president of Havas […]

Nadav Kander tells the Guardian about his “best summer shot”

“I took this in Dungeness, on that part of the Channel that looks out to France. It was the end of June—the summer solstice—and I was driving back late at night. I stopped to walk along the beach and found this picture. It’s mysterious—and a good picture always asks more questions than it answers. I […]

Doug Menuez’s new portrait series shines a light on EG, an exclusive conference for the world’s most creative innovators

At the recent EG 9 conference in Monterey, California, Doug Menuez shot a series of portraits of attendees entirely with an iPhone, as part of a collaboration with Russell Preston Brown, creative director at Adobe. “What is EG? Think of a smaller, funkier TED, with an eclectic, electric gathering of talent, knowledge, tech, and soul, […]

Winter flashback: Nigel Cox’s “Drift”

Now that New York City’s record-setting winter is safely behind us, we can finally look back on it with some perspective. Yes, the days were horribly cold and the snowfall seemingly constant. But there was beauty too, and Nigel Cox’s photographs are the proof. Below, the latest installment of his “Drift” series. Click here to […]

Time magazine’s Lightbox blog features Tobias Hutzler’s aerial photos of New York

To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Time magazine published a portfolio of Tobias Huztler‘s aerial photographs of New York’s beaches and parks edited by Kira Pollack, Time‘s director of photography. Even though the images, which he photographed with an toward giving them a graphic quality, were shot in different boroughs, they are less about a […]

Eight new portraits of male model Jhanelle Castillo by Guzman



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