. For a new campaign for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, R&R Partners commissioned Art Streiber to photograph nine top chefs and restaurateurs: Buddy Valastro, Paul Bartolotta, Daniel Boulud, Mary Sue Milliken, Susan Feniger, Guy Savoy, Giada De Laurentiis, Hubert Keller, and Mario Batali. The concept was to show them all together at […]
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Art Streiber on photographing nine top chefs and restaurateurs at a “dinner party” for a campaign promoting Las Vegas
Below, the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, featuring an Avengers: Age of Ultron cover photographed by Michael Muller for Disney Studios and Marvel Entertainment… . . .
Art Streiber on photographing pro basketball player Angel McCoughtry for ESPN The Magazine’s 2014 Body Issue
Art Streiber recently photographed pro basketball player Angel McCoughtry, the 6-foot-1-inch forward for the WNBA team the Atlanta Dream, for ESPN The Magazine‘s 2014 Body Issue. “The Body Issue is the magazine’s annual homage to the outrageously perfected anatomy of America’s professional athletes,” he explains. “For this year’s issue, I was fortunate to spend a […]
Steven Lippman photographs Jimmy Spithill, two-time winner of the America’s Cup, for ESPN The Magazine’s 2014 Body Issue
ESPN The Magazine commissioned Steven Lippman to shoot skipper Jimmy Spithill, a two-time winner of the America’s Cup, for its latest “Body Issue,” which hits stands last Friday. Steven worked with project photo editor Kristen Schaefer Geisler. Here’s a look… . . .
Recently released: another awesome movie poster for the upcoming blockbuster Hercules photographed by Michael Muller. See another of Hercules posters here. . . .
The FX network recently commissioned Matthias Clamer to photograph the key art and publicity images for its new series Tyrant—executive produced by Howard Gordon, co-creator of the Showtime hit series Homeland—about a ruling family in a turbulent Middle Eastern nation. He shot the poster art in the Saharan desert in Tunisia and the cast portraits […]
Melanie Acevedo cast a group of precocious kids for her short film “When I Grow Up” and shot portraits of them as part of the project. Here’s a look… . . .