Marilyn Cadenbach

Bill May, The Greatest Synchronized Swimmer Who Ever Lived // John Huet

March 31, 2016

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 […]

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Scenes From Boro Park // Jennifer Robbins

June 17, 2015

Jennifer Robbins takes a detour and explores the life and culture in Boro Park, Brooklyn.

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We Present ‘The Housing Works Brides’ // Jennifer Robbins

June 12, 2015

We love the fact that Emily and Lauren exchanged wedding vows and celebrated their marriage at one of our favorite New York spots –  Housing Works Bookstore Cafe. And of course, Jennifer Robbins brought her A Game (and her camera) to the spirited evening, capturing those special moments in a way that only she can. […]

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Going For Goal-ed with a #ScoretoSettle // John Huet

June 5, 2015

It’s here at last – the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, and we couldn’t be more excited to see the US Women’s National Team taking the field against Australia on Monday! John Huet had the opportunity to work with the team earlier this year, launching FOX Sports’ #ScoretoSettle campaign that you may have seen here, […]

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Beauteous Bagatelle // Jennifer Robbins

May 15, 2015

Jennifer Robbins is a natural at capturing the spontaneity of a moment, and these images showcase just how good she is at ‘working a room.’  It was just another ordinary night of beautiful people enjoying beautiful food and drink at Bagatelle in New York when Jen arrived, camera in hand, and delivered the extraordinary.

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Who Doesn’t Love Spring in New York City?! // Jennifer Robbins

May 8, 2015

Spring is in full swing in New York City. (Better late than never, right?) UPS delivery guys are finally sporting shorts again, iced coffee is back on the menu and New Yorkers are emerging from “hibernation,” taking in their beloved city amid sunshine and beautiful weather. Who better to capture the buzzing feeling of NYC […]

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Interview with Amy Feitelberg, Curator of The Stand-Ins

March 30, 2015

As you all may know, opening night for MOPLA is just a few days away! There are loads of great events on this year’s calendar, but there is one exhibit that has us particularly excited! We’ve all been on set when someone, most often an assistant, is asked to stand in while the photographer shoots […]

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Photographing the Athlete // John Huet

March 12, 2015

John Huet was recently featured on Photo District News Online where he shared some tips for getting a winning portrait when working with high profile athletes like Tiger Woods, The Big 3, Shaq and P.K. Subban, to name a few. John recommends “try[ing] to find out a little bit about the person…try to use something […]

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2014 APA Winner // John Huet

March 9, 2015

Another round of applause for John Huet! John didn’t just score two IPAs in 2014 with his coverage of the Sochi Olympics, he also earned an APA Award. With over 2500 total entries John placed first in the action category with this Ski Jumping image.

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Hello Miami // Jennifer Robbins

March 4, 2015

On her recent trip down South to shoot for Ocean Drive magazine, Jennifer Robbins was able to brilliantly capture the tropical, vibrant feel of Miami. We thought you’d appreciate a little sunshine and architectural inspiration from The Magic City!

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