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Photos from the glamorous private preview of “IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits” at the Annenberg Space for Photography

The Annenberg Space for Photography certainly knows how to throw a party. The private preview for the museum’s new exhibition, “IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits” drew a fashionable crowd, who in addition to being treated to an advance viewing of the show also enjoyed a screening of Timothy’s new documentary, The Trans List (debuting […]

Celebrated Living magazine surveys the remarkable career of Matthew Rolston, from Hollywood photographer and director to A-list creative director

Matthew Rolston‘s accomplishments as a photographer, director, and now creative director range far and wide, and many of the highlights are captured in a profile of Rolston by Celebrated Living magazine. Below, excerpts from “Behind the Lens,” by writer Ed Leibowitz:     Rolston has photographed generations of music and movie stars ranging from Angelina […]

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders talks to the Los Angeles Times about his acclaimed “List” portraits—and the conversation with Nobel Prize–winning author Toni Morrison that inspired them

On the eve of the opening of his exhibition “IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits” at the Annenberg Space for Photography, the Los Angeles Times interviewed Timothy about his career, his early years, and the inspiration for his work. “The idea for the ‘List’ series that would bring him more notoriety originated more than 10 […]

“IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits” opens this Saturday at the Annenberg Space for Photography

We’re proud to announce that Timothy Greenfield-Sanders‘ work is the subject of an important new exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles. “IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders The List Portraits” comprises 151 uniquely compelling large-format photographs of pioneers in five distinct-but-often-overlapping groups: “The Black List,” “The Latino List,” “The Women’s List,” “The Out List,” […]

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ new documentary, “The Trans List,” to screen tonight in Seattle

Award-winning photographer and filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders recently completed his latest identity-exploring documentary project, this time focusing on high-profile members of the transgender community. In The Trans List, trans author and advocate Janet Mock interviews a diverse group of individuals—including Caitlyn Jenner and Laverne Cox—who share their perspectives on identity, family, career, love, struggle, and accomplishment. […]

There’s still time to enter your work in the International Motion Art Awards

There’s a grand and diverse jury lined up for this year’s International Motion Art Awards, from legendary performance artist Karen Finley to top ad-agency creative directors like Sean Robertson of Ogilvy & Mather and New York Times video & motion design art director Aaron Byrd. If you want to get your work in front of […]

Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles to exhibit the complete “List” portraits of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

  For years, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders has been exploring the nature of identity through his award-winning “List” portrait series and documentaries, beginning with “The Black List” in 2008 all the way through his upcoming project “The Trans List.” And now viewers will have the opportunity to consider these bodies of work alongside each other in “IDENTITY: […]

Shoe brand Samuel Hubbard features Doug Menuez in its new campaign

Photographer Doug Menuez stepped to the other side of the lens recently to appear in a new campaign for shoe brand Samuel Hubbard. The ad features a portrait of Doug at his home in Red Hook, New York, and copy that speaks to his peripatetic life as an award-winning image-maker…     “For most people, […]

Walter Iooss featured in “Who Shot Sports,” an exhibition celebrating the artistry of sports photography

It’s just the plight of the sports photographer that their work is often overshadowed by their subjects. No matter how brilliant and breathtaking the image—a pro basketball player about to dunk the ball, a famous football player enjoying his fandom, an iconic boxer sizing up his competition—it’s usually appreciated for the athlete’s achievement, not the […]

Art Streiber, master of the group portrait, talks about how he directs his subjects: “I want to make sure that we don’t have two people with the exact same body language. I’m very carefully tweaking and tweaking and tweaking”

  Portrait photographer Art Streiber is known for his masterful approach to photographing groups, whether it’s a cast portrait for a hit TV show or a Paramount Pictures anniversary photo featuring 116 stars, executives, and directors. In a recent interview with The Photographic Journal, Art was asked how he directs multiple people at the same […]