The New York Times commissions Brinson+Banks to shoot portraits of Hollywood players for an in-depth feature on diversity issues in the entertainment industry

For the feature “What It’s Really Like to Work in Hollywood* (*If you’re not a straight white man.),” New York Times writer Melena Ryzik conducted candid interviews with 27 entertainment-industry figures. Brinson+Banks photographed 12 of these subjects, some at their homes and others in hotel rooms, for the piece. Read it here.  

Mindy Kaling by Art Streiber for Glamour

For a feature listing the “10 Reasons You’re Going to Love Fall TV,” Glamour magazine commissioned Art Streiber to photograph Mindy Kaling—their “favorite funny lady” and the star and coproducer of the new Fox series The Mindy Project—as three of her TV heroes. The story appears in the October issue. Here’s a look… Credits Geraldine […]

New work: Jeff Lipsky shoots “Ivy League stunners” for People

Jeff Lipsky photographed six “Ivy League stunners” for People‘s “World’s Most Beautiful” issue: Anna Paquin, Jordana Brewster, Tatyana Ali, Amanda Peet, and Ellie Kemper and Mindy Kaling. Here’s a look… .