Nadav Kander: “Just the right amount of wrong”

For a new campaign for the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, Fallon came up with a tagline that perfectly encapsulates the hotel’s swanky combination of hipness and decadence: “Just the right amount of wrong.” Then they commissioned a photographer who could visually express the campaign’s promise of an outlandishly—and stylishly—good time. Specifically, Nadav Kander, who worked […]

A look at PDN’s Photo Annual 2011

PDN‘s Photo Annual 2011 is finally out, a hefty 200-page June issue featuring the best in advertising, magazine/editorial, photojournalism/sports/documentary, video, and more, as judged by a select group of creative directors, photo editors, curators, and editors. Stockland Martel‘s Lauren Greenfield, Nadav Kander, Doug Menuez, John Offenbach, and Art Streiber are among the talented photographers whose […]

More International Photography Awards: the Honorable Mentions

Last week, I wrote about the Stockland Martel photographers who took 1st Place at this year’s IPAs. This week, let’s take a look at the photographers from our roster who received Honorable Mentions: Fulvio Bonavia, Jim Fiscus, Lauren Greenfield, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Nadav Kander, Michael Muller, John Offenbach, and Martin Sigal. . FULVIO BONAVIA

Jason Hindley and Nadav Kander each win a Gold at last night’s Campaign Photo Awards

The winners of the second annual Campaign Photo Awards, sponsored by the British advertising magazine Campaign, were announced last night in London, and we’re absolutely chuffed to report that Jason Hindley and Nadav Kander each won a Gold award. Jason was honored in the Multi-Image Campaign (Colour) category for his work for VCCP London’s “Alcohol: […]

New work: Nadav Kander’s St John Ambulance campaign is a matter of life and death

St John Ambulance is a U.K. charity dedicated to teaching people first aid so that everyone might be equipped with the knowledge to save a life. “We believe that it’s absolutely unacceptable that so many people die needlessly—because no one could give them first aid when they needed it,” the organization states at its website. […]