Greg Williams + Global Goals

Greg Williams recently teamed up with United Nations for a charity shoot supporting the UN’s Global Goals project.

“World Leaders have committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality & injustice. Fix climate change. The Global Goals for sustainable development could get these things done. In all countries. For all people. If the Goals are going to work, everyone needs to know about them. TELL EVERYONE.”

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + START Art Fair

Last month, Julia Fullerton-Batten’s Korea series was featured in the START Art Fair at the Saatchi Gallery in London. In the video below, Julia discusses the project at the gallery opening.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Huffington Post + Feral Children

A new personal project from Julia Fullerton-Batten, titled Feral Children, is currently being featured in the Huffington Post. Two years ago, Julia encountered a tale in the book The Girl with No Name about a 5-year old girl named Marina Chapman, who was kidnapped from her home and then left completely alone in a jungle in Colombia.

“Out of this morbid fascination grew inspiration. Fullerton-Batten resolved to recreate the unfathomable scenarios experienced by a variety of mythologized feral children, visualizing what to many is too unusual to even imagine.”

Click here to read the entire article. Click here to see more work by Julia.




Frédéric Lagrange + The tattooed women of Burma

While on assignment in Myanmar for Travel + Leisure, Frédéric Lagrange took on a new personal project photographing the tattooed women of Burma. The Muun, Magan, and Chin tribes of remote north-western Burma consider tattoos a sign of beauty. The tattoos are a custom that goes back to an ancient king who, in trying to make slaves of the women, intended to repel new comers with the markings.

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Floto+Warner + The Vale Collective

Floto+Warner recently photographed The Vale Collective in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located inside the old d.b.a. space on North 7th, The Vale is a cafe, boutique, and gallery from Stephanie McDermott. Check out The Vale Collective online here.

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Peter Lippmann + New Website + Chateau de Pommard Gallery

Peter Lippmann recently launched his newly designed website featuring many of his fine art and commissioned works! Peter’s “Noble Rot” series of deteriorating grapes is currently exhibited at Chateau de Pommard Gallery in France and is on view until November 15th.

Click here to see Peter’s new website. Click here to read more about the show.

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Floto+Warner + Birch Coffee + WRK

Jeremy Floto of the photography team Floto+Warner recently sat down with Birch Coffee for their Stay Regular series to discuss being an interior designer and contractor, being held at gunpoint in rural china, and opening up a new rustic boutique hotel in upstate New York. Jeremy also goes into detail on his photo series about the Mexico 43 Student Massacre in Iguala, Mexico. Check out the interview below!

Click here to read more about Floto’s design company WRK and click here to see more work from Floto+Warner.

Eric Kiel + New Print + Motion

Earlier this year, Eric Kiel traveled to the Oregon Coast for some new print + motion work. Be sure to check out the stunning video below!

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VAUGHAN HANNIGAN and In-haus are excited to announce that Erik Almås, Floto+Warner, and Ondrea Barbe have been selected to participate in the inaugural exhibition, NOWNY15.

NOWNY15 will take place in New York on the evening of Thursday, July 16th at Jack Studios, a 20,000+ sq. ft venue in the heart of the High Line arts district – to partially benefit Midnight Run, a volunteer organization dedicated to find common ground between the housed and the homeless.

Twenty incredibly gifted photographers on-the-rise, from diverse backgrounds, whose careers navigate between the worlds of high-end editorial, commercial and fine art, will be participating, insuring a uniquely qualitative mix of styles and genres:

They come from the four corners of the world and have made New York their home. Their work has graced the pages of publications such as Conde Nast Traveler, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Heroine, i-D, Interview, Lula, New York Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Numero, Out of Order, Paper, Purple,, Time, Vice, Vogue, Vogue Hommes International, Vogue Italia, German Vogue, Vanity Fair, W, WSJ, Wonderland, WWD, etc..

They have been commissioned by prestigious clients such as Baron & Baron, Bergdorf Goodman, Cacharel, Covergirl, Donna Karan, Coach, Dior, H&M, Helmut Lang, Hermes, Ian Schrager, Lacoste, Levi’s, L’Oreal, Louis Vuitton, Lloyd & Co, Nike, 72 and Sunny, Sisley, Sony, Wieden + Kennedy and many more.

Collectively, they have more than 650,000 followers on Instagram.

This is the Now. This is New York.

Click here to see more work from Erik. Click here to see more work from Floto+Warner. Click here to see more work from Ondrea Barbe.


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Floto+Warner + The Telegraph UK

Floto+Warner were recently featured in The Telegraph UK. The article, “Interiors: A Brooklyn house of two halves”, spotlights the photography duo’s home, their eclectic mix-and-match pop aesthetic, as well as their hip interior design company, WRK.

“The use of pattern, murals, and the skimmed cement surfaces are all part of the base for what we do with WRK,” Floto says. “Also, each room is totally different, geared to the life that takes place in that particular space.” That means golden spray-can polka dots in an upstairs games room, and a tranquil, monochrome open-plan kitchen and dining area, with some Scandi-cool touches.

Click here to read the full article. Click here to see work by Floto+Warner.