An image from Frédéric’s Wakan Corridor project was recently featured in PDN last month. The article, which highlights the impact of social media on promoting photographers’ work, also talks about how publications find inspiration on blogs and repost stories regularly. Frédéric’s Afghanistan work appeared as a 28-page portfolio in UK-based PORT magazine before CNN ran it on their site.
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Frédéric was recently in Myanmar photographing a cover story about life and culture in the country for Travel & Leisure magazine. We have included some his images from the trip below, but be sure to head over to Travel & Leisure to read the whole story.
Martin’s new book, “Portraits,” is being featured on TIME’s Lightbox today. Click through the gallery to read some behind the scenes stories from some of Martin’s most iconic work. If you are in New York today, come to Martin’s opening tonight:
537 w24th Street
New York, NY
6pm-8pm November 13th
Show runs through January 3rd
The New Yorker is currently running an online feature about the release of Martin’s newest book, “Portraits.” The magazine has collected many his iconic, many of which were shot for them, into an online gallery. Additionally, some of Schoeller’s portraits for The New Yorker are among the works included a retrospective of his career, opening tomorrow at Hasted Kraeutler and running through January 3, 2015.
Mark was recently commissioned by Canadian magazine, Sportsnet, to shoot Canadian athletes for their “Beauty of Sports” 2014 issue. Traversing the northern nation, Mark shot 14 athletes over six-weeks on mountain tops all across Canada. For this shoot, Mark and his crew headed to Golden, British Colombia to photograph Meghan Agosta-Marciano, forward for the Montreal Stars from the Canadian Women’s Hockey League; she also plays for the Canadian women’s national ice hockey team.
VAUGHAN HANNIGAN is happy to announce that London based photographer, Greg Williams, has joined our roster. Greg uses cinematic composition and lighting techniques to capture a breadth of celebrity subjects. His nuanced photographic approach creates environments where the viewer can see a subjects humanity. As one of the early innovators in the convergence of still and motion, Greg is sought after by creatives to undertake print and motion campaigns, often coalescing them into Motos, or moving photos.
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