Clamming Up with Richard Darbonne for 1859 Magazine

Clamming Up with Richard Darbonne for 1859 Magazine

Shannon Stewart 7 April 2021
Editorial photographer Richard Darbonne heads to the Oregon Coast to wade in the waters and capture Ron Neva hunting for razor clams at 1859 Magazine’s behest.
More than Speed: Matt Trappe Captures the Real Run Community

More than Speed: Matt Trappe Captures the Real Run Community

Shannon Stewart 31 March 2021
Matt Trappe explores the underground run community and urban racing by documenting a late-night expedition with Take the Bridge in Denver.
Arik Shraga: The Invisible Soldier for DAVAI Theater Group

Arik Shraga: The Invisible Soldier for DAVAI Theater Group

Shannon Stewart 30 March 2021
Arik Shraga teams up with DAVAI Theater Group to capture and enhance an already magical show — one that complies with the very strict COVID-restrictions that have greatly affected the theater and performing arts communities.
Dominick Aznavour on Becoming one of Lurzer’s Top 200 Ad Photographers

Dominick Aznavour on Becoming one of Lurzer’s Top 200 Ad Photographers

Shannon Stewart 29 March 2021
Dominick Aznavour gives us all a lesson in spontaneity and hard work when he follows his passion and his impulsive photoshoots win him the prize of being named one of Lurzer’s Top 200 Advertising Photographers of 2020/2021.
Metal and Glass: Patrick Heagney’s Sleek Portraits of Jezebel’s 50 Most Beautiful Atlantans

Metal and Glass: Patrick Heagney’s Sleek Portraits of Jezebel’s 50 Most Beautiful Atlantans

Shannon Stewart 26 March 2021
Portrait photographer Patrick Heagney explores the new and improved Atlantic Station, collecting smooth lines to complement the 50 most beautiful Atlantans for Jezebel Magazine.
Tina Boyadjieva: The Common Thread Continued

Tina Boyadjieva: The Common Thread Continued

Shannon Stewart 25 March 2021
This piece is a continuation of Tina Boyadjieva: Finding the Common Thread and Exploring Motherhood—how Tina Boyadjieva, a New York-based photographer, spent a grueling two months traveling all over the world to meet 65 breastfeeding mothers from many different walks of life.
Tina Boyadjieva: Finding the Common Thread and Exploring Motherhood for Lansinoh

Tina Boyadjieva: Finding the Common Thread and Exploring Motherhood for Lansinoh

Shannon Stewart 25 March 2021
Tina Boyadjieva took on a project with Lansinoh USA she would never forget — one that would require her to travel to five continents, explore 18 countries, meet 65 women, and be lauded by countless publications.
Making the Most of it: Dalton Johnson’s Adventures for Coalatree and Gregory Packs

Making the Most of it: Dalton Johnson’s Adventures for Coalatree and Gregory Packs

Shannon Stewart 24 March 2021
Adventure Photographer Dalton Johnson expands his horizons (literally) through his exploration of Moab and all its climbs for Coalatree and Gregory Packs.
Riding the Waters off the Coast of Maine: Tadd Myers with Little Cranberry Lobster

Riding the Waters off the Coast of Maine: Tadd Myers with Little Cranberry Lobster

Shannon Stewart 23 March 2021
After exploring the life of a Lobsterman, Tadd Myers has published his fifth booklet, featuring the Little Cranberry Island and the lobstermen and women who live there.
Not My Mother’s Pie: Mark Weinberg teams up with Erin McDowell to Create The Book on Pie

Not My Mother’s Pie: Mark Weinberg teams up with Erin McDowell to Create The Book on Pie

Shannon Stewart 22 March 2021
Photographer and avid pie connoisseur Mark Weinberg lands the job of his dreams when author and food stylist Erin McDowell comes to him with The Book on Pie. Photographing (and taste-testing) over 200 pies, Mark takes us on a mouth-watering journey.
On Minutia: William DeShazer Works with Hunter Fan Company

On Minutia: William DeShazer Works with Hunter Fan Company

Shannon Stewart 19 March 2021
Nashville-based photographer William DeShazer dissects each photo down to the pixel, perfecting and enhancing the stunningly sleek fans and light fixtures designed by Hunter Fan Company.
We Stayed Too Long at Ostrichland: Tiffany Luong’s Sunday Drives for Westways

We Stayed Too Long at Ostrichland: Tiffany Luong’s Sunday Drives for Westways

Shannon Stewart 18 March 2021
Tiffany Luong takes a family road trip — more precisely, four family road trips — while documenting these scenic drives through the great state of California for Westways Magazine.
M. Scott Brauer Photographs Restaurant Owners in New London for NBC News

M. Scott Brauer Photographs Restaurant Owners in New London for NBC News

Shannon Stewart 17 March 2021
M. Scott Brauer travels to New London, Connecticut to shoot the town’s movers and shakers dreading the winter months for NBC News.
Exploring a Legend: Alberto Bernasconi on Panettone for the Washington Post

Exploring a Legend: Alberto Bernasconi on Panettone for the Washington Post

Shannon Stewart 16 March 2021
Italy-based photographer Alberto Bernasconi opens his heart and his mind to a classic Italian cake called panettone, the same cake that haunted his holidays as a child.
Letting the Sandwich Shine: Scott Suchman for American Way

Letting the Sandwich Shine: Scott Suchman for American Way

Shannon Stewart 15 March 2021
D.C.-based photographer Scott Suchman goes on a journey for American Way to discover the U.S.’s unsung heroic sandwiches, including new favorites and old enemies.
Celebrating Support: Art Meripol at Grandview Medical Center

Celebrating Support: Art Meripol at Grandview Medical Center

Shannon Stewart 11 March 2021
Birmingham, Alabama-based photographer Art Meripol visits a local hospital to celebrate the medical support staff during trying times; a cause very close to Art’s heart.
Upsetting and Hilarious: Jiri Lizler and Prague’s Newly Renovated Marriott Hotel

Upsetting and Hilarious: Jiri Lizler and Prague’s Newly Renovated Marriott Hotel

Shannon Stewart 9 March 2021
Jiri Lizler plays with lighting and tricky editing to photograph the newly renovated Marriott Hotel in Prague.
Inspiring Wanderlust: Martin Westlake Explores Abu Dhabi for DestinAsian

Inspiring Wanderlust: Martin Westlake Explores Abu Dhabi for DestinAsian

Shannon Stewart 8 March 2021
Martin Westlake explores the desert, the city, and the history of Abu Dhabi, a city historically overshadowed by its flashy sister, Dubai.
Doug Levy Finds Gold with Vistaprint

Doug Levy Finds Gold with Vistaprint

Shannon Stewart 5 March 2021
Doug Levy’s personal project has been ongoing for the better part of a decade, but when Vistaprint’s eye was recently caught by his portrayal of New England Craftsmen, they said, “Yes, this is good.”
Beauty in the Bizarre: Nick Nacca Captures “Odd Curiosities”

Beauty in the Bizarre: Nick Nacca Captures “Odd Curiosities”

Shannon Stewart 3 March 2021
Nick Nacca explores the world of strange and unusual objects featured in Quint Gallery. Going out on a limb his image titled Fish Out of Water was accepted into the 2020 CA photo annual.
Creating Rich Moments: Scott Areman for Black Voices from Big Brown

Creating Rich Moments: Scott Areman for Black Voices from Big Brown

Shannon Stewart 2 March 2021
Black Voices from Big Brown came to life with Scott Areman’s help to honor over two dozen African American Executives and celebrate their legacy at UPS.
Travel, Run, Create: Ian MacLellan Films and Photographs for Janji

Travel, Run, Create: Ian MacLellan Films and Photographs for Janji

Shannon Stewart 1 March 2021
Ian MacLellan takes bi-yearly, week-long trips to collect six months’ worth of content for inspirational activewear company, Janji.
Michael Minelli’s Sense of “Sportivity” for Quattroroute

Michael Minelli’s Sense of “Sportivity” for Quattroroute

Shannon Stewart 26 February 2021
Michael Minelli braves the elements as he takes to the mountains and winding roads sprinkled with snow and veiled in fog, improvising during his shoot of the Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé for Quattroroute Magazine.
Emanuele Camerini and his Kaleidoscope for MINT Magazin

Emanuele Camerini and his Kaleidoscope for MINT Magazin

Shannon Stewart 25 February 2021
Italy-based Emanuele Camerini takes a different, more abstract approach to his portrayal of legendary musician Michael Rother for MINT Magazin.
Will Crooks’ “Circle of Creative Cohorts” for TOWN Magazine

Will Crooks’ “Circle of Creative Cohorts” for TOWN Magazine

Shannon Stewart 24 February 2021
Will Crooks explores and expands his network of artists through his personal project exploring artists in their spaces. TOWN Magazine’s eye was caught and the rest is history.