June 20, 2012
Jason Madara photographs entrepreneur Justin Kan for the July/August 2012 issue of Fast Company. Kan is the man behind SocialCam and Justin.tv. In five years, his business plan has done four complete shifts as he tries anything to make it work. His career is profiled in the magazine’s eight-page story.
Read about Jason Madara’s photo shoot with Justin Kan
March 14, 2012
Michael Flores captures the easygoing Los Angeles lifestyle for fashion brand Local Celebrity. The shoot for the Spring/Summer 2012 line took place in Los Angeles where the brand is based. Flores photographed the models swimming, lounging, and tanning in the beautiful sun. The concept was to show how the brand’s casual separates and swimwear reflect the southern California life.
See more of Michael Flores’ photography for Local Celebrity
December 16, 2011
The Keystone Design Union (KDU), a Brooklyn-based design and marketing consultancy, is one of over twenty-five designers currently showcasing their work in a holiday pop-up shop. “DECK THE HALLS” features twelve days of exclusive shopping that benefits small businesses, designers, and artists. The shop is located at The Old School on Prince Street in the NoLIta neighborhood of New York City.
Read more about KDU and DECK THE HALLS
December 15, 2011
The sequel to Guy Ritchie’s successful Sherlock Holmes film, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, opens tonight in midnight showings. Nels Israelson photographed the film’s stars for the worldwide campaign. Downey Jr. and Law reprise their roles as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Also featured are Noomi Rapace, as the Gypsy Sim, and Jared Harris, as Holmes’s nemesis Professor Moriarty, who joins the cast for the second film.
Read more about photographer Nels Israelson
December 6, 2011
Mike Piscitelli has been busy recently with editorial and advertising photography. He captured the new campaign for the Converse for Target collection for Wieden +Kennedy in New York. The campaign features models in clothing and footwear from the collection. The shoot took place over two days in Brooklyn and Manhattan. He also recently photographed actress Aubrey Plaza for Oyster Magazine’s 95th issue. Piscitelli shot Plaza in black and white for an article on her work in television and film.
Read more about photographer Mike Piscitelli
November 18, 2011
Jamie Isaia channels Katherine Hepburn for the third issue of The Dirty Durty Diary. The bi-annual magazine covers film, fashion, art, and culture. For the magazine’s “Funny Issue,” Isaia captured a fashion story inspired by Hepburn’s playfully androgynous character in the 1935 romantic comedy Sylvia Scarlett. The shoot took place on the streets and in Isaia’s studio in Brooklyn where a contemporary backdrop could be more readily achieved. Isaia shot the story in one day, dodging several passing thunderstorms throughout the day.
Read more about Jamie Isaia’s photography
July 15, 2011
Tara McPherson will exhibit at The Eric Firestone Gallery as part of the group show Nose Art, opening today in East Hampton. Curated by Carlo McCormick, the show is a tribute to the folk art created by pilots in both World Wars by painting images and slogans on the noses of their military planes.
Read more about Tara McPherson’s group show
February 17, 2011
Bernstein & Andriulli is pleased to welcome aboard new artists We Are The Rhoads. Sarah and Chris Rhoads are a husband and wife photography team who travel and work in a variety of unique environments. Explorers to the core, they see the world for all its beauty, humor and whimsy. Chris’ love for photography grew from having a camera in tow while touring throughout the world as a bass player. Sarah has always had a natural affinity and curiosity for people and stories; and says photography chose her at an early age. They are excited about creating imaginative imagery for their clients and do so with a great deal of passion, charisma, and excitement.
See more photographs by We Are The Rhoads
February 9, 2011
Bernstein & Andriulli is pleased to welcome photographer Chris Opel. Opel’s work has been featured in Elle, Vogue, D, Vanidad Commons And Sense, YesPlease and various other magazines throughout the world. Born and raised in Southern California, his work has been inspired by the free-spirited energy of the 70s and 80s. He attempts to capture this vibe in his fashion and lifestyle work by traveling to beautiful locations and shooting models doing the things they love to do while being themselves. Opel focuses on capturing authentic and natural images of real moments in real time.
See more of Chris Opel’s photography
November 30, 2010
Broomberg and Chanarin shoot the closing fashion editorial in the autumn/winter 2010 issue of POP magazine. The Britney Spears cover featuring artwork by Takashi Murakami is the last under the helm of editor-in-chief Dasha Zhukova. Editorial director Ashley Heath succeeds Zhukova.
The colorful fashion story has a taste, putting men center-stage in the most lady-like looks by designers such as Prada, Ralph Lauren, Miu Miu, Azzedine Alaia, Dior, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Louis Vuitton, Yves Saint Laurent, Tom Ford, Jean Paul Gaultier, and more.
View more from Broomberg and Chanarin’s fashion story in Pop magazine
November 8, 2010
New artist Shotopop works with JWT Paris to create fairytale illustrations for the new Hydralin campaign. The French cosmetics company markets themselves as a company that caters to all ages. The campaign consists of four images reflecting different age segments, with a fifth image that contains the entire range.
Shotopop drew inspiration from classic fairy tales for the feminine look. Less is more when it came to balancing the mix of illustration and photography for a harmonious composition. Shotopop comments, “They wanted the models to be the main focus, so the illustrations were to be made quite subtle, and we were asked to try to nail the look by using as few elements as possible.”
View the full campaign by Shotopop
November 1, 2010
Explore time and space with Kahn & Selesnick, Bernstein & Andriulli’s newest photography duo. Their carefully staged work makes use of props, costumes, and color for full cinematic impact. From wide panoramic views to sourcing their own sculptures and sets, their images portray a carefully crafted world that blurs the lines of fantasy and reality.
Their solo exhibitions include Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass at Sea, Eisbergfreistadt, The Apollo Prophecies, City of Salt, Past and Future, and The Circular River. They have held solo exhibitions in New York, London, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, and more. Their work is in numerous collections, including the National Portrait Gallery Washington D.C., the Brooklyn Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
View more from Kahn and Selesnick
September 20, 2010
The Financial Times published “A Passion for Fashion”, a special issue of How to Spend it magazine. An exquisite new piece from Louis Vuitton’s fine jewelry collection L’ame du Voyage (the soul of the trip) graces the cover of the September 18th issue. Louis Vuitton Artist Director Lorenz Bäumer utilizes multiple types of gem settings and even created a special monogram cut that mimics the shape of the Louis Vuitton flower.
New artist Diver & Aguilar got an exclusive first look at the Louis Vuitton jewelry, along with elaborate pieces from Adler, Cartier, Chanel, Harry Winston, and more. Bernstein & Andriulli excitedly welcomes the creative team and invites you to view their new work.
View the full cover and more images from Diver and Aguilar
September 13, 2010
School of Seven Bells is making waves on the music scene with their new album “Disconnect from Desire.” Also known as simply SVIIB, the band consists of Benjamin Curtis and twin sisters Alejandra and Claudia Deheza. Formerly, Curtis was in the band Secret Machines and Alejandra and Claudia were in On-Air Library!. Their bands met while on tour in 2004 and by 2006 the School of Seven Bells was solidly formed. The band name was inspired by a legendary pickpocket academy in South America.
Bernstein & Andriulli welcomes Abbey Drucker, who recently collaborated with School of Seven Bells for a portrait series and short film. Both will be featured on Vmagazine.com. Drucker prepared for the shoot by listening to SVIIB every day for several weeks. Says Drucker, “My main focus was to capture the lightness and beauty of Claudia and Alejandra’s vocals along with bands texture of instrument. I wanted to experiment the day of the shoot and feel the free form you absorb when you listen to the album.”
View more portraits by Abbey Drucker and watch the film
June 2, 2010
Bernstein & Andriulli excitedly welcomes new artist Christopher Baker. A botanist by design, his love for photography grew from taking pictures of plants for his studies. His images have since appeared in American Vogue and Vogue Living, House & Garden, Town & Country, Travel & Leisure, Martha Stewart Living, and more. He has photographed 17 books including The Natural Cuisine of Georges Blanc, The Glory of Roses, Paris in Bloom and Tulipa.
Most recently he has turned his eye to cosmetics and beauty, shooting campaigns for Jo Malone, Coty, Clinique, Tommy Hilfiger, Bath & Body Works, and others. He also shoots film for such clients as Jo Malone, Maison Francis Kurkdjian and Martha Stewart Living. Bernstein & Andriulli invites you to view his portfolio.
View more work by Christopher Baker