Malibu asked Steven Lippman to photograph Whitney Cummings—actress, stand-up comedian, and co-creator of the hit CBS series 2 Broke Girls—for its March/April issue. Below, the published images, plus some of Steven’s favorite outtakes… credits producer: Jason Rouse production manager: Michelle Marcus stylist: Turner hair: John D makeup: Kathleen Karridene
. See Steven’s previous Frye campaign here. . credits creative director, sr. vp: Michael Petry creative director: John Cornette art producer: Josette Lata wardrobe stylist: Djuna Bel makeup: Erin Moffett hair: Sienree Du props: David Ross producer: Barbie Duarte
We’re very proud to announce that nine of our photographers have donated their work to a private benefit supporting LIFT: LA, an organization that helps people living in poverty. “LIFT: ART” will take place from 6 to 9 PM this Thursday at Quixote Studios, 1011 North Fuller Dr., in West Hollywood and will feature images […]
. credits Kama Classic: Stella Yang production: Seamless Productions wardrobe stylist: Lisa Cera hair/makeup: Erin Moffett prop stylist: David Ross/Sets and Props Unlimited .
. Credits Clay James, executive creative director Max Woodruff, lead art director Bradley Spitzer, photo/video art director
Below, a peek at Steven Lippman‘s shoot for Made by Dawn, a label founded by Hawaii-born surfer and former model Dawn Peterson… . .
See more of Steven Lippman’s moody, atmospheric key art for “The Affair,” which Showtime just renewed for a second season
The Hollywood Reporter announced that Showtime has renewed Homeland, whose season-four key art was photographed by Jim Fiscus, and The Affair, which debuted this fall. Steven Lippman shot the latter show’s key art, which comprises a moody mix of portraits, landscapes, and oceanscapes. We showed you some of his work for The Affair here. Below, […]
Featuring work by Matthias Clamer, Jim Fiscus, Nadav Kander, Steven Lippman, Jeff Lipsky, Michael Muller, Nino Muñoz, and Art Streiber… . . .
Scroll down to see a behind-the-scenes video of Steven’s “Parallax” shoot, which was published in the October/November issue. . . Credits executive producer: Jason Rouse production manager: Michelle Marcus model: Rachel Roberts stylist: Hayley Atkin hair: Clarissa Rubenstein makeup: Kindra Mann . . .