Brinson+Banks hit the campus to shoot an image library promoting Amazon Prime Student

See Brinson+Banks at San Antonio’s 4×5 Photo Fest, where they’ll be giving a talk on getting paid to shoot what you love

Planning to attend the 4×5 Photo Fest in San Antonio this month? Brinson+Banks will be there to give an artist talk called “Get Paid to Shoot What you Love,” in which they’ll discuss developing a distinct style and shooting personal projects—and how doing so can translate into jobs and greater personal satisfaction in your work. […]

Brinson+Banks photograph fashion designer Rosetta Getty and artist Analia Saban for the cover of DesignLA

Brinson+Banks on traveling to sun-soaked Baja, Mexico, to shoot an image library with Light’s L16 camera

When Light approached them about shooting an image library using the company’s ultra-portable new L16 camera, and gave them free rein to choose the locale and subject matter, photo duo Brinson+Banks decided to enlist a couple of friends and decamp for gorgeous Baja, Mexico. It was such a fabulous time that not only did they […]

Brinson+Banks on shooting bright, poppy lifestyle and still-life images and animated GIFs for Moet

Moët recently commissioned Brinson+Banks for a campaign encompassing stills and motion, all of it in the photo duo’s distinct colorful style. “We’ve done shoots for Moët’s social channels four times now since last winter. This latest one was shot in Palm Springs (in 118 degrees!), a Santa Monica photo studio, up in the mountains of Idyllwild, […]

Brinson+Banks on photographing comedian and actress Sarah Silverman for The New York Times

“We love photographing comedians, so we were both excited to meet Sarah,” say Brinson+Banks, who photographed Silverman for The New York Times. “We watched (and photographed) a rehearsal for her new show I Love You, America, which is hilarious, and we sat in on a writers meeting. It was interesting to watch how many brains […]

Brinson+Banks shoot upbeat Citibank campaign

Brinson+Banks photographs the stars of “Will & Grace” for The New York Times

  Read the article: “‘Will & Grace’ Is Back. Will Its Portrait of Gay Life Hold Up?”  

Twitter commissions Brinson+Banks to photograph Jayanta Jenkins, its global group creative director

Brinson+Banks photograph Marlon Wayans, star of the new NBC sitcom “Marlon,” for The New York Times

  Read the article: “Marlon Wayans Takes on a Different Kind of TV Dad”