To showcase its new “Food Lovers Guide,” Los Angeles opted for not one but three different cover images. Craig Cutler worked with the magazine on the concepts, arriving at still lifes of a mushroom, a split-open pomegranate, and a loaf of artisanal bread. He also explored the option of shooting a spiky sea urchin, a […]
Ogilvy & Mather recently commissioned Craig Cutler for a national media and branding campaign for Synchrony Financial, a premier consumer financial services company. Craig—who is represented by Chelsea Pictures for directing projects—both shot the print ads and directed commercials for the “Engage With Us” campaign, which is appearing in The Wall Street Journal, The New […]
. This photo of New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter‘s cleats, which he wore when he reached his 3,000-hit milestone in 2011, is part of Craig Cutler’s “Shoe Portraits” series. . . . .
In “The Next Green Revolution,” National Geographic examines the steps scientists are taking to try to prevent climate change and population growth from endangering the world’s food supply. The magazine commissioned Craig Cutler to create photographs to illustrate the story, a project he shot both in his New York City studio and in the Philippines, […]
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 […]
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. . . .
Congratulations to Craig Cutler, Nadav Kander, and Art Streiber, all of whom are featured in Communication Arts‘ 2014 Photography Annual—as was Jim Fiscus, whose portrait of Downton Abbey star Jim Carter was published in the photo annual. Below, a look at their winning work… . . .