Video: Watch Michael Muller discuss “Changing Perspectives: Sharks” at his sold-out TEDx Sonoma County talk

 

See the awesome teaser poster for the upcoming blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” shot by Michael Muller

Michael Muller shoots key art for Milla Jovovich’s upcoming sci-fi blockbuster “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter”

Michael Muller photographs Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who plays Edward Snowden in an upcoming movie by director Oliver Stone, for a CNET feature on “The Privacy Debate”

Michael Muller shoots dramatic underwater ad for PETA featuring “Jessica Jones” star Krysten Ritter

Michael Muller photographs “Ballers” star Dwayne Johnson sitting in a tub of ice for the HBO series’ season-two key art

Who knew Dwayne Johnson was a Method actor? For the key-art shoot for season two of his hit HBO series, the Ballers star submerged his lower half in a tub of real ice while Michael Muller photographed him. No pain, no gain indeed. Scroll down or click here to watch a behind-the-scenes video of the […]

Michael Muller photographs legendary singer-songwriter Neil Young for the cover of Flood magazine

In issue 4 of Flood, Neil Young talks about his new album, EARTH, his new portable digital media player, Pono, and songwriting. Michael Muller photographed the legendary rocker for the magazine. “There are still a number of icons out there, and in that small elite club there are a few who are still creating amazing […]

Michael Muller shoots cast portraits for TNT’s “Animal Kingdom”

TNT commissioned Michael Muller to shoot cast portraits to promote its new crime drama, Animal Kingdom, which stars Ellen Barkin as the head of a family who live outside the law. As one commenter put it on our Facebook page, “Hot guys committing felonies. I  LOOOOOOOOOOVE THIS SHOW!!!” Below, some of the images as seen […]

Michael Muller photographs actor Travis Fimmel bungee jumping from the Bridge to Nowhere outside of L.A. for the cover of The Red Bulletin

 

Michael Muller shoots key art for season three of the TNT series “The Last Ship.” Plus, two great throwback-Thursday portraits of actor Eric Dane