Our tumblr, which features new and archival images by our photographers, is about a year old now, so it’s a good time to take a look at which photos have best connected with our audience there. Each of the images below has so far garnered at least 75 notes, with the most popular photo set […]
Presenting SMart Book 2014, our latest photo annual showcasing the work of the entire Stockland Martel roster
SMart Book 2014, our new photo annual, is hot off the presses and was recently shipped to our clients and colleagues in the creative industry. Designed by Design: MW and printed by GZD in Germany, it showcases images—and new self-portraits—by the entire Stockland Martel roster. We’re very proud of the book and even more proud […]
The June issue of Men’s Fitness profiles three multimillionaires—Wes Moore, author, speaker, and host of the Oprah Winfrey Network show Beyond Belief; Joe DeSena, a businessman and founder of the physically grueling Spartan Death Race; and Strauss Zelnick, the man behind Grand Theft Auto IV—who believe that keeping fit has been key to their success. […]
The Stockland Martel Blog turned 4 this spring, so we thought it would be fun to look back at the posts that attracted the most views over the years. But instead of a list of links, our retrospective takes the form of the gallery below. Click on any image to view the whole thing as […]
. John Midgley photographed Léon Krier for the new issue of Architect magazine, shooting the influential architect and outspoken urban planner at the Yale School of Architecture. “The portrait was meant to show some of Krier’s disdain for bad urban planning (New Haven and Yale) and his looking down on it as his feelings of […]
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Self-portrait with faux-hawk and water glass by John Midgley, created for SMart Book 2013… . . . .
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John Midgley shoots photo series based on the unusual fashion-inspired masks of designer Shin Murayama
“Masks” is John Midgley’s latest fashion-based personal project and features the unusual creations of designer Shin Murayama, whom John met while working on his Brooklyn Circus photo series. Murayama’s masks all incorporate an article of clothing, whether it be a New York Yankees ballcap or a sock, which he combines with an eccentric array of […]
On the HBO hit series Girls, Chris Abbott plays the hapless boyfriend of Allison Williams (daughter of Brian), whose hopeless devotion to her winds up being the undoing of their relationship. The poor guy can’t catch a break on the show, but in this fashion story photographed by John Midgley for Gotham magazine, he seems […]