Art Streiber photographs screenwriter Max Landis for Empire magazine’s January issue

  Making Waves. From a shoot a few weeks ago…a portrait of a very talented and prolific screenwriter on a unicorn float in a swimming pool in Encino for a British movie magazine. Wait. Scratch that. It’s THE British movie magazine. That’s a Profoto B1 over the camera making the blues blue and the pinks […]

“Farmer’s Market,” a new portrait series by Art Streiber

In the past year, Art Streiber has been exploring portraiture via various subjects that are of personal interest, from high school prom-goers to dogs and their owners. His latest shoot, which he discusses below, focused on Los Angeles farmer’s markets.     “In our foodie/farm-to-table culture, shopping at big-city farmer’s markets has practically become a […]

Art Streiber photographs a host of stars—including Tom Hanks, Amy Adams, Viola Davis, and Matthew McConaughey—for Variety’s “Actors on Actors” cover story

“Over two days, we shot 26 single portraits on each set and 13 duets on two sets. I think,” says Art Streiber of photographing Variety‘s “Actors on Actors” cover story. “Definitely lost track. Six of those 26 actors were Academy Award winners. The other 20 were either magnificent, amazing, or tremendous.” View the complete portfolio […]

Art Streiber re-creates a famous 1968 “family portrait” of LA artists, designers, filmmakers, and architects for the December issue of Vanity Fair

In 1968, 38 notable artists, designers, filmmakers, architects, and other creatives gathered on the steps of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for a “family portrait.” The group represented “what was then a fledgling artists’ community at a museum that had opened a mere three years earlier,” writes Vanity Fair in its December issue, […]

Art Streiber on creating a new take on a famous Volkswagen ad, in GIF form, for Bloomberg Markets

  For a feature on the growing popularity of betting on lawsuits—or litigation funding—Bloomberg Markets looks at a case against Volkswagen over its emissions scandal, in which a U.S. law firm is financing the case against VW in exchange for a share of the winnings. “…it’s easy to see the appeal of an asset class […]

Brinson+Banks, Tobias Hutzler, and Art Streiber photograph Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award winners for Smithsonian magazine

Art Streiber photographs the superheroes of The CW for the cover of Entertainment Weekly

What a week for firsts! Never before in this feed’s history! Two BTS images from the same shoot in succession! OMG! On the set of “Arrow” in Vancouver, crashed-their-immigration-server-last-night, Canada, the set up for this week’s cover of Entertainment Weekly. Three, count ‘em, THREE CW Super Heroes in one photo!!! The Flash!!!! Arrow!!!! Supergirl!!!! The […]

Art Streiber on shooting KFC’s campaign featuring the “new” Colonel, “Mad Men” star Vincent Kartheiser

  To herald the return of Nashville Hot Chicken to its menu, KFC recently rolled out an ad campaign introducing “heartthrob Nashville Hot Colonel,” whom Mad Men fans will recognize as Pete Campbell—a.k.a. actor Vincent Kartheiser. The campaign, by Wieden+Kennedy, was shot by Art Streiber, who discusses below how he approached the shoot. “Colonel Harland […]

Art Streiber photographs self-driving car innovators Daniel Kan and Kyle Vogt—who just sold their company, Cruise Automation, to GM for $1 billion—for Fortune magazine

Art Streiber photographs Kevin Hart and Olympic long-distance runner Alexi Pappas for Runner’s World’s six-cover 50th-anniversary issue

In his editor’s letter for the 50th-anniversary issue of Runner’s World, David Willey explains why the magazine chose to publish a six-cover edition featuring hilariously retro portraits of actor/comedian Kevin Hart and Olympic long-distance runner Alexi Pappas. “In addition to being the ‘face’ of each issue, a magazine cover (a good one, anyway) is a […]