Miller Mobley photographs Justin Timberlake for the cover of The Hollywood Reporter

Tobias Hutzler shoots album art for rock band the Fray

Miller Mobley photographs punk-rock icon Iggy Pop for Billboard’s “No. 1s” issue

Nino Muñoz photographs GQ Australia’s Woman of the year, rapper and model Iggy Azalea

Miller Mobley photographs The Hollywood Reporter’s Songwriter Roundtable, featuring Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake, Sting, Tori Amos, John Legend, and Pharrell Williams

Annabel Mehran photographs Kim Gordon for the rock icon’s new album, “No Waves”

Sonic Youth cofounder Kim Gordon is once again pushing the envelope of noise rock, this time with the experimental duo Body/Head, which she formed with guitarist Bill Nace. The pair’s album, No Waves, came out earlier this month, and Annabel Mehran—who has memorably photographed the rock icon before—shot publicity portraits of Gordon for the project. […]

Guzman’s striking portrait of Blondie’s Debbie Harry on view in the exhibition “Camouflage: In Plain Sight”

Through February 17, the Anchorage Museum in Alaska is hosting an exhibition that “expands beyond the familiar associations of camouflage to explore how we work to be seen and unseen.” Among the works on view in “Camouflage: In Plain Sight” is this striking 1986 portrait of iconic singer Debbie Harry photographed by Guzman during their […]

Miller Mobley shoots country singer Aubrie Sellers’ album art for “Sit Here and Cry”

Brinson+Banks on photographing the epic new rock festival Desert Trip for AARP The Magazine

Inspired by the enormous popularity of Coachella, the music festival that draws hordes of millennials and thirtysomethings to Indio, California, every year, the new fest Desert Trip Music Festival—also set in Indio—is aimed at boomers drawn to the legendary rock musicians whose songs were the soundtrack of their youth. The festival took place over two […]

From Madonna to Marilyn Manson and everyone in between: Director Matthew Rolston takes MTV’s “Videohead” podcast behind the scenes of his iconic music videos

In the 1980s and ’90s, music videos were the proving ground for vanguard directors to showcase their vision. You could turn on MTV and see groundbreaking work by directors like Jonas Akerlund, Mark Romanek, Michel Gondry, Floria Sigismondi, Hype Williams—and Matthew Rolston, who was recently featured on MTV’s new podcast “Videohead.” In the interview, Rolston […]