Sarah Silver: Putting Motion In Motion

Sarah Silver’s annual collaboration with the Stephen Petronio Company is taking a fresh new turn as the photographer incorporates motion capture in the project
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Sarah Silver
Creative collaborations can yield magic, proven on a yearly basis in the images resulting from photographer Sarah Silver and choreographer Stephen Petronio's shoots. Two heads and four feet are better than one and two of the same appendages, as this dynamic duo proves. Silver's fascination with photography began as a…

Joey L.: Ripping!

Joey L.’s youthful appearance may fool you into thinking he’s the assistant, but his sophisticated and multidimensional style is the product of experience and his collaborative mind-set
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Joey L.
Brooklyn-based photographer Joey Lawrence, known professionally as Joey L., has an unusual problem when he encounters new clients on a set. They think he's the assistant. A woman of the Bodi tribe has fallen ill and died. The elder women of the village shout to the spirits and chant of…

Howard Schatz: At The Fights, In The Studio

Howard Schatz’s 19th book is an in-depth exploration of the forms, shapes and textures of all things boxing, and the images are exceptional
By William Sawalich, Photography By Howard Schatz
One day in 1950, little Howard Schatz joined his friends at sports camp. Camp counselors fitted the boys with boxing gloves, then watched as they flailed away for 90 seconds at a time. Eventually, young Howard was struck in the face. He stopped and removed his gloves. It was at…

Sylvie Blum: Natural Beauty

In her work, you can see the mark of Sylvie Blum’s fine-art influences, like Mapplethorpe, Lindbergh and Gorman. She works with her camera, lights and models like great sculptors work with clay.
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Sylvie Blum
As a teenager in Germany, Sylvie Blum had a photograph hanging on her bedroom wall created by famed Hollywood-based celebrity and fine-art photographer Greg Gorman. Decades later, she not only would join the ranks of world-renowned photographers, but she would be enjoying a glass of GKG Cellars' wine created by…

Melissa Rodwell: Master Of Rock ’N’ Roll Couture

Melissa Rodwell’s fashion sense is dark and mysterious
By William Sawalich, Photography By Melissa Rodwell
Setting out to become a fashion photographer is a lot like deciding to be a rock star: There's no proven formula for success. It helps if you relocate to New York, know the right people and cultivate a unique aesthetic. Still, there's no such thing as a sure thing. Melissa…

Joel Meyerowitz: Master Of Many Colors

Joel Meyerowitz has been one of the leading fine-art photographers of the last 50 years. His career includes some of the most poignant photos from Ground Zero in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Joel Meyerowitz
Joel Meyerowitz is the recipient of the Lucie Foundation's 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award. This latest accolade doesn't signal retirement—far from it. When the news reached him, Meyerowitz was exploring Tuscany with a 4x5 and a state-of-the-art Leica S2. Meyerowitz was born in New York in 1938 as America was emerging…
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