Cindy Crawford and makeup artist Sonia Kashuk team up for “Beauty With Benefits,” helping women living with cancer, featuring a campaign photographed and directed by Melanie Acevedo


Nino Muñoz on three big turning points in his career, his first shoot with Gisele, and the importance of having a great team

The magazine Up by Forbes recently profiled entertainment, portrait, and fashion photographer Nino Muñoz for its latest cover story. In his Q&A with editor Diana-Florina Cosmin, Nino touches on everything from three assignments that will stay with him forever to his early days riding his bike around New York City and shooting photos… . . […]

Melanie Acevedo photographs Cindy Crawford in Malibu for Lonny magazine

For its May issue, the newly relaunched Lonny magazine sent Melanie Acevedo to California to photograph Cindy Crawford in Malibu. The location—handpicked by Neka Pasquale, founder of wellness brand Urban Remedy, for which Crawford is a board member and ambassador—was the gorgeous home of Urban Remedy investor and Science Inc. CEO Mike Jones. “Pasquale selected […]

New work: Cindy Crawford by Nino Muñoz

Nino Muñoz photographed Cindy Crawford—whom he shot last year for the cover of Shape—for the cover of California lifestyle magazine C. Here’s a look… . . .

Cindy Crawford poses for Nino Muñoz for first Shape cover story in 20 years

Nino Muñoz photographed Cindy Crawford for the cover of Shape magazine—the first time Crawford has been on the magazine’s cover in 20 years, when she was a 26-year-old supermodel. See that 1992 cover at the Huffington Post, which wrote about the new Shape cover. Below, Nino’s photos of Crawford looking fabulous as ever… . . […]

Getty Museum invites Matthew Rolston to comment on the work of Herb Ritts

. “Herb Ritts: L.A. Style” opened last week at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, honoring the work of the influential L.A.-based fashion and celebrity photographer not just through his iconic images, but also through the insights of three vital figures in his life: Richard Gere, Cindy Crawford, and Matthew Rolston. The museum […]