ESPN Director of Photography: Karen Frank Senior Photo Editor: Kristine LaMana Creative Director: Chin Wang Art Director: Eric Paul Associate Art Director: Linda Root Pouder Photographer: Ramona Rosales Heidi: How did the project develop? Ramona: Originally I though it was just a shoot with Chloe Kim, the other 2 assignment came later. It was mentioned in the early stages that this was for an Winter Olympics issue and that a female athlete was to be featured, which I believe was a first for the Olympics.
Jared Soares Who printed it? Smart Press in Minnesota. I’ve been using them for all my printing needs lately.
I’m listening to the hum of the fan beside me. A magenta bag, filled with birthday socks, sits glowing in the sunlight by the window. Thankfully, I’m free.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.
Cover by Adam Goldberg Photograph by Fabian Martinez Photograph by Daniela Velasco Photographs by Adam Goldberg Photograph by Adam Goldberg Photograph by Daniela Velasco Drift Magazine Creative Director: Daniela Velasco Editor: Adam Goldberg Heidi: How does Drift decide which city to feature?
Jennifer Roberts Who designed it? The promo was designed by Studio Wyse http://www.studiowyse.com/ in Toronto. The Creative Director, Vanessa Wyse and the Art Director, Nicola Hamilton are incredibly talented and it was wonderful to work with them on this.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Concept: Images of volunteers and foundation members interacting Location: An office and a TBD social setting in a European city Licensing: Work-made-for-hire Photographer: Portrait and lifestyle specialist Client: A large US-based non-profit organization Here is the estimate: Creative/Licensing: While the exact scope of the project was initially vague, the client hoped to capture images of their employees and volunteers in various scenarios over two shoot days at one of the foundation’s office locations and an additional social setting in a European city.
Kitchen Toke Creative Director: Joline Rivera Photographer: Frank Lawlor Heidi: Have you worked with Kitchen Toke before? Frank: I was fortunate enough to work on the inaugural issue of Kitchen Toke. While we had all worked on food editorial projects before, this was the first magazine in the world dedicated to culinary cannabis.