"Read for pleasure." Everything about this is so right.
Landscapes by Joseph Ford
"I was born in London in 1978. I began taking pictures while I was doing my degree in French and Italian at the University of Cambridge and got my first break in 2004 with an advertising campaign for TBWA Paris.
Since then I’ve been lucky enough to work for clients around the world, mostly shooting advertising and editorial images of people on location or in studio. Over the last few years I’ve also been commissioned to photograph landscapes and aerial images.
Recent campaigns have ranged from shooting close-up still life for Hasbro to becoming a PADI qualified diver for an underwater shoot in Guadeloupe.”
I might be enjoying these way back when casting photos of celebs a bit too much, but I have no shame.
I can’t help but think about how hungry they were then, for what they have now.
We miss Patrick Dempsey’s old nose.
Polaroids by casting director Bonnie Timmermann: Adrien Brody, Jessica Alba, Patrick Dempsey, Natalie Portman, Viggo Mortensen, Scarlett Johansson, George Clooney, Gwyneth Paltrow, Gael Garcia Bernal, Diane Lane, Mickey Rourke, Nicole Kidman, Uma Thurman, Benicio Del Toro, Reese Whiterspoon, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Connelly and Ewan McGregor.
Behind The Words: Naughty and Nice—The Duality of White for 2014
Isabel, I Wish You Hadn’t: “In every mega-successful fashion designer’s career, there comes a time when they must ponder: “to collaborate, or not to collaborate, with H&M?” Alina Kulesh fears that the Queen of Young Parisian Chic, Isabel Marant, has chosen unwisely.”
Figaro’s Hipster Bride: “When indie opera company, Against The Grain Theatre, approached Toronto-based couturier, Rosemarie Umetsu to design a “hipster” wedding gown, she turned to the devilish charms of Marie Antoinette for inspiration. Alina Kulesh chats with Umetsu about her creation.”
(Collage by Jeanine Brito for ThisFrankLife.com)