Miller Mobley photographs Stephen Colbert for the cover of InStyle’s Fashion Issue

Stephen Colbert. Photo by Miller Mobley for InStyle, September 2017 issue.

Photo by Miller Mobley for InStyle.

Photo by Miller Mobley for InStyle.

Photo by Miller Mobley for InStyle.

Photo by Miller Mobley for InStyle.

Photo by Miller Mobley for InStyle.

Tobias Hutzler shoots album art for “Down,” Pentatonix beat boxer Kevin Olusola’s live cover of Marian Hill’s chart-topping song

Photo by Tobias Hutzler.

Rebel Films signs photographer Steven Lippman for directing projects

We’re pleased to announce that Steven Lippman has been signed to Rebel Films, which will now represent the multitalented photographer/director for directing projects. “Steven’s motion work has a simplicity and beauty, coupled with a clear message,” says Mary Babouchian, president and executive producer of the L.A.-based production company. “He is a standout talent.”

Rebel will be targeting projects centering on water sports and beauty, as well as documentary-based commercials, all of which are strong categories for Steven. View his reel at rebelfilms.com/director/steven-lippman.

 

Steven Lippman on location in Tahiti last year. Photo by Trevor Pikhart.

Art Streiber photographs “Hitman’s Bodyguard” and “Deadpool” star Ryan Reynolds for the cover of Men’s Health magazine

Ryan Reynolds. Photo by Art Streiber for Men’s Health, September 2017 issue.

Photo by Art Streiber for Men’s Health.

Photo by Art Streiber for Men’s Health.

Photo by Art Streiber for Men’s Health.

Photo by Art Streiber for Men’s Health.

From a rooftop in Manhattan in May, that’s Ryan Reynolds sitting on some kind of a ledge or a metal fence or a who knows what. That’s me in the elevator, wedging myself against the door frame so that the elevator doesn’t close. That’s @leemorganfoto driving a @profotousa head with a 7” reflector and a bit of diffusion. That’s @zackgarlitos looking concerned as he holds the camera cable that’s connecting me to Eric Vlasic, ace digital tech. Not pictured? @luvlouella who was totes preggers on this shoot…her last trip to NYC before the arrival of the newest Baby Frag…and @msjeannegraves, the hardest working DoP in the BiZ. All this for the current cover of Men’s Health and the Men’s Health Style Guide. On newsstands now. @vancityreynolds @ryanreynolds101 #ryanreynolds #menshealth @menshealthmag @hitmansbodyguard @deadpoolmovie #deadpool

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Jan Steinhilber shoots lifestyle images for Peugeot’s 5008 seven-seater SUV

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

Photo by Jan Steinhilber for Peugeot.

 

credits

client: Peugeot
production company: Cream, Paris
executive producer: Stephane Leveque, SLSO
retoucher: Continental, Paris

 

 

Michael Muller’s portrait of “Spider-Man: Homecoming” star Tom Holland featured on the cover of Entertainment Weekly

Tom Holland as Spider-Man. Photo by Michael Muller. (Background by Navid Baraty.)

Tobias Hutzler shoots a dreamy rooftop shower in Brooklyn for New York magazine

A private rooftop shower in Ft. Greene, Brooklyn. Photo by Tobias Hutzler for New York, July 24–August 6, 2017, issue.

Photo by Tobias Hutzler for New York.

Miller Mobley photographs the stars of “Queen Sugar,” the Oprah Winfrey Network’s hit drama series created by award-winning director Ava Duvernay, for the cover of Ebony’s July/August issue

Photo by Miller Mobley for Ebony, July/August 2017 issue.

Photo by Miller Mobley for Ebony.

Dawn-Lyen Gardner. Photo by Miller Mobley for Ebony.

Kofi Siriboe. Photo by Miller Mobley for Ebony.

Rutina Wesley. Photo by Miller Mobley for Ebony.

Read The New Yorker’s rave review of Lauren Greenfield’s career-spanning monograph, “Generation Wealth”

Here’s an excerpt from Rebecca Mead’s insightful, laudatory review:

Greenfield’s interest is often in the limits of what can be bought and sold, and the psychological costs of materialist acquisition. A series of portraits, taken over a decade, of Suzanne, a successful hedge-fund executive, first show her at age thirty-seven, a Louis Vuitton purse on her desk and an Hermès scarf around her neck. She talks about her use of cosmetic enhancements—she started Botox at twenty-nine—and her embrace of fertility treatments with her soon-to-be husband. “Money means access to the best health care without having to worry about it,” she says. Later images reveal the ways in which even as much money as she has cannot, in fact, erase worry: an image shows her reclining on her bed, grimacing through the Botox as her husband injects her in the thigh for the fifth round of in-vitro fertilization. (Eventually, Suzanne had a daughter with the help of a surrogate; her husband left six weeks after the baby came home, and she now employs a live-in nanny, who, Suzanne says, takes the child to those activities “where there’s no value-add to me being there.”)

Read the full review here.

The exhibition “Generation Wealth” opens September 20 at the ICP in New York City. More info here.

Learn more about the book and exhibition at generation-wealth.com.

 

 

Revlon commissions Matthew Rolston to photograph pop star Gwen Stefani, the beauty brand’s new global ambassador, for its Colorsilk campaign

Photo by Matthew Rolston for Revlon.

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