Author Archives: Kristina Feliciano

I’m the creative director of Stockland Martel, a New York City–based agency that represents editorial and advertising photographers.

Presenting “Cowboys,” a new personal project by Miller Mobley

Melanie Acevedo’s “Another 52 Weeks”: tween

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Lauren Greenfield’s “Generation Wealth,” a visual history of the growing obsession with wealth, to open April 8 at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles

  Award-winning photographer and director Lauren Greenfield, whom Time magazine has called “one of the most acclaimed chroniclers of youth culture and the affluent,” is the subject of a new monograph published by Phaidon and a major exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles that runs April 8 to August 13. “Generation […]

Nigel Cox shoots the new Honda C-RV for the cover of Consumer Reports’ April issue

Jeff Lipsky shoots new DSW campaign

Miller Mobley shoots publicity images for the TV Land’s series “Heathers,” “Teachers,” and “Throwing Shade”

Chico’s commissions Melanie Acevedo for print and motion campaign featuring real-life friends

Chico’s is putting its own twist on the popular boyfriend jean trend by launching its Girlfriend Jean Collection. Fittingly, the campaign promoting it features real-life pals, including commercials in which they talk about their friendship and what it means to them. Chico’s commissioned Melanie Acevedo—whose fresh, optimistic visual style appeals to a wide audience—for both […]

Art Streiber on shooting/directing the print and motion campaign for the new Pop comedy “Nightcap”

“Nightcap is the brainchild of comedian Ali Wentworth, who plays the executive producer of a fictitious late-night talk show hosted by a guy named Jimmy. The entire show takes place in the hallways and offices backstage at the show, and we never see Jimmy (but that’s his fake desk)!” explains Art Streiber, who shot the […]

Martin Sigal shoots Schweppes campaign

Melanie Acevedo’s “Another 52 Weeks”: panda

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