08
Aug 17

Ricky Rhodes photography for SLAM Magazine

Rhodes photographed top high school basketball prospect Moses Brown in Jamaica, NY.  Brown will be graduating from Archbishop Malloy High School in 2018.

Photographer: Ricky Rhodes
Magazine: SLAM Magazine
Creative Director: Alexis Cook
Subject: Moses Brown


27
Jul 17

Elizabeth Weinberg photographed DJ Khaled

Weinberg photographed DJ Khaled at his Beverly Hills home for Newsweek.

Photographer: Elizabeth Weinberg
Client: Newsweek
Photo Editor: Jen Tse


13
Jul 17

New work by photographer Karan Kapoor

Photographer: Karan Kapoor


11
Jul 17

Peter Dawson’s portraits for Bandag

Photographer: Peter Dawson
Client: Bridgestone | Bandag
Agency: Periscope
Creative Director: John Berends
Art Director: Tim Moran
Producers: Marsha Trainer, Jonathan Bothun, Patti Hofstad


12
Jun 17

Ricky Rhodes photographed the One Chicago project

Rhodes photographed the Oglivy & Mather project One Chicago. One Chicago was established in 2017 and created by the “Chicago is With You” Task Force. The One Chicago campaign will facilitate access to resources and support for Chicago’s residents. Along with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the campaign features portraits of immigrants and refugees.

Photographer: Ricky Rhodes
Client: City of Chicago
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
CCO: Joe Sciarrotta
Creative Director: Geoff Berg
Associate Creative Directors: Pat Seidel, Chris Rose
Content Producers: Maggy Lynch-Hartley, Lisa Hinrichs


12
Apr 17

Rush Jagoe’s photo essay for the New Orleans Airlift

Jagoe’s work from an ongoing project exploring the commercial fishing communities in collaboration with the New Orleans Airlift.

New Orleans Airlift is an artist-driven initiative that collaborates and creates alongside the artists and communities we support.

Airlift was founded in 2008 by musician and artist manager Jay Pennington and Delaney Martin, a multi-media installation artist, as a response to the unparalleled destruction of Hurricane Katrina and its devastating aftermath which left local artists, like all New Orleanians, struggling for their lives and livelihoods.