It happened last week…featuring Nino Munoz, Nadav Kander, Kwaku Alston, Roxanne Lowit, Vincent Laforet, and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

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Last week was a vacation week for me but a bustling time for Stockland Martel’s photographers. Herewith, some highlights:

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The Huffington Post created a gallery of the entire military-themed Gisele Bundchen fashion story that Nino Munoz shot for Vogue and invited readers to “let us know which is Gisele’s fiercest moment.”

Gisele Bundchen, photographed by Nino Munoz.

 

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The New York Times featured Nadav Kander‘s portraits of Jon Favreau, President Obama’s speechwriter, and Reggie Love, the president’s personal aide, in the article “All the Obama 20-Somethings.”

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The Smiley Faces Foundation exhibition opened, featuring portraits by well-known photographers of children who underwent surgery to repair a cleft lip and palate, and The Daily News was there to cover it. The paper ran this portrait by Roxanne Lowit, who is just one of the Stockland Martel photographers who donated their talents to the cause.

Emily Lanzarotta, photographed by Roxanne Lowit.

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Kwaku Alston‘s portrait of First Lady Michelle Obama was on the cover of USA Weekend. The story was called “America’s Mom-in-Chief, Michelle Obama.”

Michelle Obama, photographed by Kwaku Alston. Hair: Johnny Wright. Makeup: Derrick Rutledge.

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And Kwaku’s portraits of groundbreaking jazz artist Herbie Hancock were featured in the Ventura County Star, in a story that explores the “essence of an icon.”

Herbie Hancock, photographed by Kwaku Alston.

Herbie Hancock, photographed by Kwaku Alston.

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Vincent Laforet taught a three-day workshop on HDDSLR cinema—online, via creativeLIVE—aimed at first-time filmmakers and photographers making the transition into video. (The class can be purchased as a download for $79. Details here.)

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And Artnet.com used a portrait by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders of legendary New York art dealer Leo Castelli to illustrate its review of the new book Leo & His Circle: The Life of Leo Castelli, written by Annie Cohan-Solal and published by Knopf.

Leo Castelli in 1988. Photo by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.

 

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