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 Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and chief content officer Ted Sarandos for Fortune magazine

Brinson+Banks photograph Isadore Sharp, founder of the Four Seasons luxury hotel chain, at his winter home in Palm Springs for Fortune magazine

 

Fortune interviews Doug Menuez about Steve Jobs and NeXT

Hot on the heels of the release this week of Doug Menuez‘s new book, Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985–2000, Fortune magazine has posted the first of three video interviews with Doug about that pivotal era. Click here or below to watch “Why NeXT wasn’t a failure for Steve Jobs.” . . […]

Nigel Cox for Fortune

Fortune magazine recently asked Nigel Cox to create a photographic illustration for a feature on “The Best Advice I Ever Got.” The result, captured in camera, is a still life of speech balloons that Nigel created in his studio. Here’s a look… . . .

New work by Art Streiber: Will.i.am wears many hats

As Fortune magazine explains in “The Future Issue,” Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am isn’t just a pop superstar—he’s “corporate America’s consigliere of cool,” a source of “ideas and insight for the likes of Intel, Coca-Cola, and Anheuser-Busch InBev—a kind of one-man focus group, a futurist for hire.” In short, the man wears many hats, which […]

“The role of the photographer has already changed”

Michele McNally, assistant managing editor of The New York Times, shares her thoughts on what it now means to be a photographer.