March 12, 2013
Robert Maxwell shoots Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s COO and one of the most powerful women in business, for the cover of the latest issue of TIME Magazine. Sandberg is the picture of confidence wearing a simple red dress standing in front of a bare background.
November 7, 2012
Stephen Wilkes was asked by TIME photo editor Kira Pollack to be one of 5 photographers covering Hurricane Sandy. The other photographers were Michael Christopher Brown, Benjamin Lowy, Ed Kashi, and Andrew Quilty. Each photographer was asked to cover different locations across the Atlantic seaboard and Stephen was tasked with Connecticut. Stephen was the last person to rent a car from Hertz on Monday as the state had a mandatory shut down of all businesses at 1:00 PM. He started taking photos in the afternoon as the storm began and continued into the night. Stephen braved the storm with his assistant, driving thru downed trees and wading through 3 ft of water to capture the images.
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May 4, 2012
Gillian Laub photographs four people who made TIME Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World” list. The annual feature includes icons, leaders, celebrities, moguls, and pioneers, who inspire, entertain, challenge, and change the world. Laub captured Matt Lauer, Stephen Colbert, Louis CK, and Chelsea Handler for the magazine.
Read more about Gillian Laub’s photographs for TIME
April 6, 2012
Gillian Laub explores the frenzy around the hit series Fifty Shades of Grey in a new video and article for Time Magazine. The trilogy, by British author E.L. James, is about the S&M relationship between a billionaire and a virginal young college student. The books started out as online fan fiction before they racked up hundreds of thousands of e-book downloads. After hearing about them from a friend, Laub decided to document the excitement around the books among wives and mothers in Long Island, New York City, and Westchester County.
Read more about the Fifty Shades of Grey frenzy
February 1, 2012
Joachim Ladefoged photographs international soccer star Lionel Messi for the cover of this week’s Time Magazine. The Argentine-born Messi plays for FC Barcelona and was recently awarded FIFA’s Ballon d’Or. Notoriously shy and guarded, Messi sat down with the magazine to discuss his shining career, his rivalry with Cristiano Ronaldo, and his relationship with his home country.
Read more about Joachim Ladefoged’s photo shoot with Lionel Messi
December 12, 2011
Gillian Laub’s photography appears in recent issues of Esquire and Time Magazine. Laub captured film and stage director Julie Taymor for the December issue of Esquire. For Time, she photographed a cover shoot for a romance novel.
Read more about Gillian Laub’s recent editorial photography
November 22, 2011
Jamie Chung captures the year’s best inventions for the current issue of Time Magazine. “The Inventions Issue” highlights 50 of the year’s most useful and ingenious breakthroughs, alterations, and transformations. The cover features the hummingbird device, a surveillance prototype for the Defense Advanced Research Agency, developed by California-based AerVironment. Chung photographed the device and a handful of the other inventions seen in the magazine.
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November 4, 2011
Jamie Chung has been busy recently with photography appearing in several recent publications. Chung’s work appears in issues of Time, Condé Nast Traveler, V Man, and on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek.
Read more about Jamie Chung’s recent editorial photography
October 14, 2011
Gillian Laub photographs her favorite beach in Israel for a photo essay for TIME. “Tel Aviv Beach: One Photographer’s Enduring Oasis,” documents the eclectic mix of people who frequent the beach. They are old, young, skinny, maimed, Orthodox Jewish, American, Israeli, Russian and Ethiopian immigrants and Phillipino or Chinese foreign workers. In Laub’s decade of photographing Israel, the beach, called Tayelet in Hebrew, has become her favorite escape. And not just for her. Laub has come to see that the beach is an escape for the people of Israel as well, a temporary break from the country’s politics and turmoil. She says, “the beach, I’ve come to realize, is where the country comes to breath.”
Read about two upcoming panels Gillian Laub will be on
November 16, 2010
Time magazine hits newsstands this week with The 50 Best Inventions of 2010, honoring the year’s most momentous innovations in science, technology, and the arts. Jamie Chung captures the NeoNurture Incubator, lab-grown lungs, a Maison Martin Margiela Plastic-Fur coat, and the STS-111 Instant Infrastructure for the weekly publication.
View more of Jamie Chung’s photos from Time Magazine’s 50 Best Inventions of 2010
July 29, 2010
The Deepwater Horizon oil drilling unit exploded on April 20th, spilling millions of gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico and resulting in the deaths of 11 platform workers. Operated by BP, the company continues its efforts to halt the spill, drilling a relief well to intersect the original well. The relief well must strike a specific target that is more than 3 miles beneath the surface of the ocean; sensors and magnetometers direct the path of its construction. Once the relief well is finished, mud, cement, and other materials will be pumped into the original well to restrict the flow of oil.
The relief well is meant to be the final solution after several short-term attempts such as the containment dome and top kill failed. Stephen Wilkes embarked on an oil rig for Time magazine, capturing the latest events surrounding the aftermath of the explosion. Arriving via helicopter, Wilkes took aerial shots of the operation. Once on board, Wilkes chronicled the workers trying to stanch the spill, attending to the drill of the relief well and monitoring activity from the rig control room.
Read more about Stephen Wilkes’ coverage of the oil spill
April 21, 2010
Julie Blackmon shoots the cover of an April issue of Time magazine for the story, “Should Kids Be Bribed to Do Well in School?” The article describes experiments conducted across several cities in America in which groups of children are offered money as incentives for performing and behaving well in school. The results are “fascinating and surprising… kids, like grownups, are not puppets.”
Find out who Julie Blackmon cast as the Time magazine covergirl