John Huet // Human Power for MFS

by Marilyn Cadenbach on October 17, 2017

Known primarily for his sports photography, John Huet was recently asked to bring his talent to a series of ads for MFS Investment Management. With algorithms and computer-based decision making leading the way for many in the financial services industry, the concept behind the campaign was to emphasize the value of “human power,” one of the guiding principles in the MFS investment philosophy and its culture for more than 90 years.
Working with musicians and athletes who are at the top of their profession, John captured the “human power” of their performances on location and then collaborated with the very talented Dave Nadeau of Rhymes with Pixel to bring the elements together in postproduction – a  perfect example of technology and “human power” coming together seamlessly to create a stunning series of images!

 

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John Huet // Winning Big at the 2017 IPA

by Marilyn Cadenbach on October 10, 2017

John Huet is no stranger to the International Photography Awards, and this year we’re thrilled to announce his 1st Place Award in the Water Sports category for an ad campaign that he shot for Gillette. Shooting in conjunction with TVC in Beijing, John brought his talents to the table, fulfilling the agency brief, while also finding time to shoot personal images. In addition to his 1st Place Award, he also received 15 Honorable Mentions for images in the Advertising, Editorial, Fine Art and Sports categories. Seeing is believing, so we thought we’d share all 37 of John’s images that were recognized this year. No doubt about it, the man’s got talent!

 

 

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Claudia Goetzelmann // Cowgirl Chic

by Marilyn Cadenbach on October 5, 2017

Feeling wild and free with this fall’s Wild West-inspired fashion trend! Love it or hate it, Western wear is back on the runways. With everyone from Barbara Bui to Wrangler serving up their interpretation of the new frontier, Claudia Goetzelmann’s recent shoot in Santa Cruz brings all the pieces together in true cowgirl-chic style.

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John Huet // The Art of Sports Photography

by Marilyn Cadenbach on October 3, 2017

As a photographer who shoots a lot of sports, John Huet has always considered the “art of sports photography” to be part of his lexicon. This summer and fall the Olympic Museum has created a special program to celebrate the art of sports photography. In addition to several events, the program includes two exhibitions: Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to The Present and Rio 2016 Seen Through the Lens of Four Photographers. John’s iconic work is featured in both shows, and Heidi Volpe of APhotoEditor sat down with him recently to discuss his work, his affinity for #theartofsportsphotography and the genesis of his Olympic odyssey.  Read the full interview and see more of John’s photography for the Olympics here.

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Claudia Goetzemann // Alter Ego

by Marilyn Cadenbach on March 20, 2017

We’ve always loved Claudia Goetzelmann’s slightly quirky, fashion-forward sensibility, which she clearly brought to her latest collaboration with San Francisco based designer Camelia Skikos. Please join us on Thursday evening to celebrate the launch of Camelia’s 2017 Spring/Summer Collection, Alter Ego, accompanied by a photography exhibition of Claudia’s images from their collaboration. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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John Huet // Tonight at the Boston Garden!!

by Marilyn Cadenbach on February 27, 2017

The Atlanta Hawks land in Boston tonight to face off against the Celtics in Game 2 of the regular season series. With the ‘men in green’ in second place in the Eastern Conference, there’s nowhere that John Huet would rather be tonight than courtside at the Garden capturing another Celtics win!

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Not the best day for Danell Leyva and the U.S. Men’s Gymnastics team yesterday, but at least Leyva had some fun with the media when he was asked if the 450,000 condoms provided for the 10,500 Olympic athletes in Rio this year would be enough.

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“Is that more than last time?” he asks.

“It’s a record.”

“Is it twice as many?”

“It’s a lot, I think. The question is: Will that be enough?”

“For me?” he asked, laughing.

John Huet had the opportunity to work with Danell earlier this year during his training sessions in Miami. We’ll be sharing more images and video of Danell as the Games continue, so stay tuned!

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Tonight’s the night to be in Rio! We’ve yet to see any of what we know will be countless spectacular images from John Huet who arrived in Rio last week for the 2016 Summer Olympics, but that’s not going to stop us from sharing a few of our favorites from previous Opening Ceremonies. Let the Games begin!

2006 Winter Olympics, Turin

2006 Winter Olympics, Turin

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Undoubtedly one of our favorite shoots of all time, we are thrilled to share this stunning body of images photographed last summer by John Huet for ESPN The Magazine. A master at his craft, John never ceases to amaze us, but these images left us absolutely breathless, no pun intended. And we’re not alone in our assessment of this series – the International Photography Awards named John Sports Photographer of the Year for this body of work.

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Be sure to check out the feature story online and in the magazine. It’s a great read.

 

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That’s A Wrap! // Marilyn Cadenbach

by Erika Brooks Adickman on August 21, 2015

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We’re wrapping up our summer by unplugging and heading for the coast, so as the song goes, we’ll “See You In September“. Enjoy the last days of summer — and don’t forget to write!

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