For the March issue of Lonny magazine, Melanie Acevedo offers a glimpse of her personal life through photos of her home and her children, Rocky and Violet. She also shares the vision behind the many stylish choices she made for the family’s home, located in the beach town of Sea Cliff, New York. “Unstyled and […]
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print campaign credits agency: BETC, Paris art director: Ludovic Labayade art buyer: Christine Lefers production company: Continental Productions, Paris retoucher: La Souris sur le Gateau catalog credits agency: This Is BD, London art directors: Andy Thirsk, Nicolas Piergallini production company: Continental Productions
Jim Fiscus shoots key art and publicity images for the new Lifetime series “The Lizzie Borden Chronicles,” starring Christina Ricci
Read about The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, which premieres on Lifetime at 10 PM April 5, at mylifetime.com/shows/the-lizzie-borden-chronicles.
In the new ads for Apartments.com, Jeff Goldblum is Brad Bellflower, “an eccentric Silicon Valley maverick who’s pretty damn impressed by everything” at the apartments-listings’ revamped website, notes Adweek. Michael Muller photographed the campaign for RPA. Here’s a look…
Nigel Cox shoots a campaign for Red Robin that vividly introduces their Wild Pacific Crab Cake Burger and Big Sky Burger
Nigel Cox’s latest shoot for Bergdorf Goodman combines striking New York City scenes with luxury footwear and accessories
For its Accessorized 2015 book, showcasing the spring collection of luxury footwear, handbags, and jewelry, Bergdorf Goodman asked Nigel Cox to shoot meticulous still lifes of the items themselves, as well photograph striking New York City scenes to use as backdrops. “Bergdorf Goodman wanted to highlight their strong New York identity by incorporating images of […]
TV Guide asked Jeff Lipsky to photograph Mad Men stars Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss for the new issue, which hit newsstands today. Below, the image published on the cover—plus two of Jeff’s favorite outtakes. Read the feature “Mad Men: The Drama Behind the Drama That Changed TV” at tvguide.com.
Photographer/director Melanie Acevedo explores the definition of beauty in an original portrait series and short film for Darling magazine
When Melanie Acevedo pitched Darling magazine, whose tagline is “The art of being a woman,” a portrait series and short film exploring the definition of beauty, they jumped at the chance. Melanie’s idea was to feature women of all ages, from 13 to 94, from different ethnic groups and backgrounds, and to photograph them in […]