Hunter Barnes is a photographer who isn't content with a voyeuristic relationship with his subject matter. Indeed, Hunter prefers to immerse himself in his chosen subject which often means living in close quarters with them. In an Imagista Q&A, Hunter talks about his process and his most recent projects including his upcoming book.
The first thing I notice about Norman Reedus when I walk into NYC's Dune Studios for our shoot, is the fact that he's already there. I'm a little surprised because punctuality seems at odds, a little incongruous, with the image of Norman Reedus. But not much about Norman seems predictable.
Rie Rasmussen is a Renaissance woman, she does it all. She has been an actor, a filmmaker, a model and is a creative force to be reckoned with. Here Rie photographs and talks to other multifaceted women like herself about embracing the badass female spirit and grabbing life by the horns.
Richard Patterson has lived and worked in London and New York, finally settling down in Dallas with his wife of 10 years, writer and art critic Christina Rees. If you’ve seen his work, you probably assumed that he has a fascination with or at least an interest in American culture and americana. But that wouldn’t be entirely accurate. He has little interest in americana and even less in the preconception that Dallas is somehow kitsch. His mind, he tells us, is in Europe.
Carlos Serrao, the lensman behind much of ESPN's 'The Body Issue' and many international ad campaigns teamed up with Imagista fashion director Wendy McNett to create an inspired series of exclusive images. Carlos, well-known for his ability to capture rarified moments of action, decided to cast a dancer for this series while Wendy brought avant-garde style with fashion line Chromat.
Joel Bukiewicz lives above his kitchen knife storefront, Cut Brooklyn, with his wife. After she goes to bed, Joel likes to sneak down to his basement workshop, turn on one or two dim lights, and grind knives in the quiet. "Basically what I do is turn solid materials into dust."
Los Angeles has a rich history of launching hard-rocking bands with an edge. So, when Imagista heard Dead Sara it made complete sense to us that they were from LA and that they intended, much like their predecessors, on taking no prisoners.
Imagista's London-based fashion director Crystal McClory teamed up with photographer Uli Weber to capture Casely-Hayford's Fall/Winter collection. The results, we're sure you'll agree, are stunning both visually and in terms of the designer's outlook on design and life.
Misty Copeland’s life story is all inspiring and fairytale-like, filled with fateful events and magnificence. It is also a story mixed with adversity, personal struggle and the grace, strength and perseverance to overcome it.
Imagista first bumped into photographer and surf fanatic Tim Hogan on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii during the Triple Crown of Surfing. For those of you who have not yet been to Hawaii, take our word that it is, in fact, quite a special place. Add to that the energy of the Triple Crown and good things are bound to happen. Meeting Tim Hogan was one of those many good things.
Within the first jagged frame of Adam Reign and Etienne Truchot’s documentary film We Are Legend—the celluloid celebration begins: a cacophony of bombast and kinetic energy confront you in blurs of black and white and sharp penetrating focus alike.