David Shane

In his early days David Shane (O Positive) worked with Trey Parker and Matt Stone on the first season of South Park. Since then, he’s become one of the most respected comedy directors in the country. He’s won countless awards for his commercials and short films including six Cannes Lions in just one year (!) and […]

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Aaron Duffy

Aaron Duffy (aaronduffy.com) is the co-founder and creative director of SpecialGuest. He has based his career on a combination of strategic thinking with a love for craft and execution. Aaron has 7 Gold Cannes Lions, is an ADC Young Gun, a top 10 director by AdAge, and a BusinessInsider top 30 under 30. In spending […]

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Rei Inamoto

Named in Creativity Magazine’s annual “Creativity 50” as well as one of “the Top 25 Most Creative People in Advertising” in Forbes Magazine Rei Inamoto (inamoto.co) worked for over 15 years as Chief Creative Officer of AKQA and ECD at R/GA. In 2016, Rei co-founded Inamoto & Co., a Business Invention Studio, in Brooklyn, NY, that […]

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Einav Jacubovich

Einav Jacubovich (einavwork.com) is a Creative Director at Publicis New York. She was born in Israel and grew up moving constantly — living in fourteen homes over the course of her youth. Einav was named one of the top 30 advertising creatives by AdWeek in 2015. She’s won recognition many times over from award competitions […]

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Phillip Toledano

A former art director who relaunched his photography career four and half years ago, Toledano’s resume already reads like a list of dream jobs. His editorial work has found its way into sundry of graphically inspired rags (New York Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, and Vanity Fair, to name a few) and his advertising […]

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Mark Zibert

Sometimes 24 hours is all the advance warning a photographer receives to pack his bag and head halfway around the world.  The Adidas campaign, shot in Beijing, held a myriad of such last minute challenges for Toronto-based photographer Mark Zibert. “I had almost no idea that this huge thing was going to happen until the […]

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Dan Winters

Dan Winters’ images are iconic; and it’s not just because he photographs icons. The magic of a Dan Winters portrait is it’s authenticity. His pictures have a soul. They invite the viewer to connect with people in a very real and personal way. In a media landscape overflowing with “less subtle” imagery his always seems […]

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Andrew Zuckerman

Andrew Zuckerman is an important figure in the next generation of photographers. At just 31, he has already produced two books, worked extensively for top magazines, and even crossed over into independent film. An alumnus of the School of the Visual Arts, he assisted immediately after graduation. Before long, he was shooting his own work […]

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Erwin Olaf

“All dressed up and no place to go,” says Erwin Olaf, describing the image that jumped into his mind as soon as the New York Times Magazine asked him to photograph this year’s couture. “I wanted to have this woman more or less locked up in this beautiful environment,” explains the Amsterdam-based photographer. Before each […]

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Jean-Yves Lemoigne

In the world of conceptual advertising photography Jean-Yves Lemoigne is on his way to becoming European royalty. Clients around the globe seek him out for his ability to generate clever ideas with high visual impact. Clients probably like something else about Lemoigne…he used to be one of them. That’s right. Lemoigne worked for six years […]

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