Amber Gray Book wins Graphis Gold in 2010 Design Annual

The book, Brand Building Print, a collaboration between photographer, Amber Gray, and the Bristol White Design Firm, has won a Gold in the 2011 Graphis Magazine Design Annual.   The book previously won a Bronze at the One Show.

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Ture Lillegraven Maxim Magazine Story

Ture Lillegraven shot skateboarder and “serial entrepreneur” Rob Dyrdek (http://www.dyrdek.com) for Maxim Magazine.  Writer:  Josh Eells.  Photo Editor:  Toby Kaufmann.

http://www.maxim.com/tv/guy-tv/94196/up-in-air-high-flying-life-rob-dyrdek.html

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Ed James Zync American Express Campaign

Ed James worked with Art Director Robert Wakeland and Creative Director Chris Mitton from Ogilvy & Mather to produce a series of images in the shape of the American Express card.  Art production by Karen Rossiter.

Prop Stylist:  Christian Galuppi                Wardrobe Stylist:  Kelly  Brown

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Paul Murphy Renault campaign creates controversy

Paul Murphy’s images for Publicis London’s Renault Campaign comparing Cote d’Azur to Lancashire.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/car-manufacturers/renault/7914028/Renault-angers-villagers-by-comparing-Cote-dAzur-to-puddle-in-Lancashire.html

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Katie Murray curated show reviewed by Artforum

Review from Artforum:

New York
“Housed”
ALICE AUSTEN HOUSE
2 Hylan Boulevard
July 1–September 5

The word house conjures grim associations these days. The recent collision of the invisible hand of the market with fantasies of domesticity forms a subtle undercurrent for this group show of American photographers who mine the familiar allegiance between the camera and familial environments. Installed in the stately Victorian mansion where the nineteenth-century photographer Alice Austen lived and worked (until it was repossessed after the crash of 1929), “Housed” scrutinizes the idea of home in the age of foreclosure.

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http://www.artforum.com/?pn=picks&section=nyc#picks26059

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