Xi Sinsong: Fashionably Young

Just starting her career, Xi Sinsong is producing work refined beyond her years
By William Sawalich. Photography By Xi Sinsong
Xi Sinsong is a fascinating fashion photographer. She uses the same lighting, camera and computer tools as anyone else might and yet her work is clearly special. Her photographs, while technically exceptional, aren't about technique. What makes her story most interesting is that it's one from which all commercial photographers…

Tyler Stableford: It’s In your Nature

Landing the assignment of a lifetime required master still photographer Tyler Stableford to master the medium of motion
By William Sawalich, Photography By Tyler Stableford
Change is afoot in commercial photography. Depending on how one chooses to see it, the convergence of stills and video is either a new opportunity or a sign of the coming apocalypse. Photographer Tyler Stableford has chosen to embrace the change. It's energizing his creativity and reinventing his business. intersection…

Dean West: Clarity Of Vision

Dean West’s images can be described as surreal within surreal. The imagination that gives rise to such images is driven by a desire to have viewers constantly question what they’re seeing.
By Ibarionex Perello, Photography By Dean West
If anything is in abundance in the world of photography, it's passion. But when passion is combined with vision, you immediately recognize that there's something special, and it's found in the work of Australian-born photographer Dean West. His work is obviously driven by passion. Even a cursory glance of the…

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…
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