Bill and Maureen’s advice to photographers seeking representation

  Photo editor and writer Heidi Volpe recently interviewed a handful of top reps for an article aimed at photographers looking for representation, and Stockland Martel was honored to be among those included. Below, Bill Stockland and Maureen Martel’s answers to Heidi’s questions. Read the full story—which also features Deborah Schwartz of DSREPS, Carol LeFlufy […]

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 […]

Lauren Greenfield receives the 2016 ICP Spotlights Award, honoring women in visual arts using photography or film

Today in New York, award-winning photographer and director Lauren Greenfield was presented with the ICP Spotlights Award, which honors women in visual arts using photography or film. Lauren, who won an Emmy last year for directing on Always‘ groundbreaking #LikeaGirl commercial, was interviewed onstage by New York Times columnist Jessica Bennett. And our own Bill […]

Happy holidays from all of us at Stockland Martel

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Matthew Rolston’s “Talking Heads” exhibition makes some noise in Los Angeles

The opening reception early last month for the exhibition “Matthew Rolston: Talking Heads” was well received, drawing a crowd of collectors and celebrities (including Diane Keaton) alike. The show, at Diane Rosenstein Fine Art in Los Angeles, was also well received by the press. . . “The photographer’s striking, monumentally scaled portraits of ventriloquist dummies […]

Nadav Kander in conversation with Kathy Ryan at the National Portrait Gallery in London

Stockland Martel wishes to thank the National Portrait Gallery for hosting “In Conversation: Masters of Photography,” a discussion between Nadav Kander and New York Times Magazine director of photography Kathy Ryan. The sold-out talk took place last Friday at the museum, which contains a number of Nadav’s works in its collection. Below, a photo of […]

The story of Stockland Martel

This past spring, we received an interview request from the magazine Up by Forbes, based in Romania. They wanted to do a feature on Stockland Martel—how Bill Stockland and Maureen Martel began working together, how they built the business, and what the industry was like at the time and how it has changed since. We’re […]

Photos: Stockland Martel in Los Angeles

Bill Stockland, Maureen Martel, and two members of the Stockland Martel staff—senior photo agent Emily Leonardo and creative director Kristina Feliciano—spent a week in Los Angeles last month to catch up in person with our clients and photographers on the West Coast. We also hosted a dinner for the many wonderful art buyers with whom […]

It’s Stockland Martel’s 30th anniversary

Stockland Martel turns 30 this year. Thirty! It’s hard to believe, but it was three decades ago that Bill Stockland and Maureen Martel officially started the agency. At the time, the office was just a closet-sized room in Midtown equipped with two desk phones that weren’t even connected—if a call for Bill came in on […]

We’re at 500,000 views — and counting!

The Stockland Martel blog has just reached a major milestone: Yesterday, it crossed over the half-million mark. Our blog has been viewed 500,000 times since we launched it in April 2009 (more than 501,000 times, actually, as of this writing). And our monthly views have spiked from an average of 299 that first April to […]