. Follow Another 52 Weeks, an ongoing series by Melanie Acevedo chronicling her children, Violet and Rockwell, on tumblr. . .
Doug Menuez on collaborating with art director John Doyle for a pro bono project to help kids with severe stuttering problems
A former photojournalist who has seen more than his share of suffering around the world, Doug Menuez has made a habit of giving back whenever he has the chance. Sometimes it’s in the form of a book to raise money for a charity, and other times it’s by taking on a pro bono project. Most […]
See more at Liz’s “Portraits of Children” Pinterest board. . . .
A high-spirited summer afternoon with not a video game in sight. Photos by Jorg Badura, from his “Backyard Projects” series. .
Melanie Acevedo chooses her favorite week from “52 Weeks,” her personal project inspired by her kids
As Melanie Acevedo prepares for her third year of “52 Weeks,” a personal photo project about her kids that—as the title indicates—was not meant to be ongoing, we thought it was a good time to ask her to look back. Which of all the many weeks of photographing her daughter, Violet, and son, Rockwell, has […]
Melanie Acevedo photographs kids in adorable Halloween costumes—a mushroom girl!—for Parent & Child magazine
We can’t get over how adorable these kids are, especially the child dressed in a polka-dot mushroom costume! All photos by Melanie Acevedo for Scholastic‘s Parent & Child magazine, October 2012 issue. . . .
. “Experiment With Color” is the theme of Target‘s vibrant back-to-school campaign, and if every learning experience looked as fun as this one, kids would be racing to class. The ad was shot by the ever-effervescent Liz Von Hoene. . ,
“I always call kids shoots the Gummy Bear Festival ’cause gummie bears are EVERYWHERE! And I can’t keep my hands off of them!” says Melanie Acevedo, who shot back-to-school 2012 for OshKosh B’gosh. Here’s a look at some of Melanie’s photos, which she shot at Dune Studios and on location in and around NYC. They’re […]
Oshkosh is promoting its spring 2012 collection through a look book, mailer, in-store promotions, and the Internet—a wide-ranging campaign featuring the fresh, sunny photography of Melanie Acevedo, who worked with creative director Caroline Morrison and art director Pontus Wormuth. . . “We chose Melanie because her pictures capture real moments,” Pontus explained to me by […]