Posts Tagged ‘New York’

Daniel Zvereff: Inside Bodegas

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Zvereff is a freelance designer, illustrator and photographer. He travels to the far corners of the world documenting his journeys through images and journals. I am originally from the West Coast, so bodegas were a strange and curious thing to me. Entering my local corner store is like being transported to another country: the smells, [...]

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Thomas Bönig and the “Thomas does NYC” Project

Day 1 - Shot of the Day

UPDATE: Thomas conducted this interview over Skype before he boarded a plane for New York City and before this interactive street photography project officially launched. The “Thomas does NYC” project is currently underway and is on Day 3, putting participants in the seat of creative director for his street photography. Every day for six consecutive [...]

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Between the [frame] Lines: Models & The M

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Matt Borkowski is a Brooklyn, NY based photographer focused on minimalism and environmental portraiture. Matt is currently pursuing printed publication, exhibition, and commissioned opportunities. His extensive artistic background includes work in graphic and web design, fashion, and literature. I’ve recently been working on expanding the editorial work in my portfolio. Iʼve had the pleasure of working with [...]

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Kristen McGinnis: Place2be New York

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Originally from North Carolina, Kristen McGinnis fostered her creative eye in the prestigious visual arts program at the North Carolina School of the Arts. Her passion led her to New York where she studied fashion design at Parsons School of Design. She broke into the interior design industry with a senior position at a top [...]

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Todd Courtney: Place2be New York

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Producer, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Todd Courtney has found the one person that can keep up with him … New York City. The creative founder of Mammoth Entertainment and Mammoth Ventures finds the time and energy to rally support for his favorite causes, such as charity: water, while also successfully navigating the treacherous waters of film producing, [...]

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Victor Lazaro: Place2be New York

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Born and raised in Paris, Victor Lazaro moved to New York City in 2010. He has studied film making both in Paris and New York and he has worked as a Director and Camera Operator. Victor worked as the EPK Camera Operator on “The Tempest” (Julie Taymor) and “The Mechanic” (Simon West), and as Camera Assistant on “L’Emmerdeur” (Francis Veber). Victor’s personal [...]

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Nic Rad: Place2Be New York

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Nic Rad is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Through a mix of performative, social media and traditional art mediums, Rad has emerged as a unique voice among the young and internet saavy. In 2010 His show titled “People Matter,”  combined painting, networking, and gaming to capture the erratic and distorting energy of emerging [...]

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Kokyat Choong, The Camera as a Paintbrush, Part Two

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Kokyat Choong grew up in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and after high school he attended interior design school, which may partially explain the strong sense of graphic design that characterizes all his work from sensual images of ballet rehearsals to strikingly abstract and surreal images created as a photographic homage to the renowned French artist Rene [...]

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William Yan: Take a Hike!

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We have outfitted William Yan, a New York based street photography and blogger, with a Leica X1 to cover the comings and goings surrounding New York Fashion Week. His snapshots prove that there’s just as much style on the streets of New York City as on the runways. “Take a hike!” was what I heard as I [...]

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William Yan: New York Fashion Week

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We have outfitted William Yan, a New York based street photography and blogger, with a Leica X1 to cover the comings and goings surrounding New York Fashion Week. His snapshots prove that there’s just as much style on the streets of New York City as on the runways. I never know what I’m going to shoot during [...]

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