Sergio Kurhajec is a New York City-based photographer who has shot for the likes of Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Surface, GQ, Tatler, Diane Von Furstenberg/DVF, Armani and Ralph Lauren, to name just a few.
London announced that a handful of its galleries would reopen on June 15.
As cities across the world begin to come back to life slowly as the strict lockdowns are slowly lifted and social distancing precautions begin to ease, the art world is beginning its own challenging journey back to normal.
Interview with Photographer Kelsey Ann Rose
Interview with stylist to the stars Stacey Jones
New York-City based photographer Colin Clark has a passion for telling stories, whether it's through his food photography, intimate lifestyle shoots, travel and beyond. His images tell stories without words. We spoke to Clark about how he's staying creative during this time in New York City.
In this next installment of our #InThisTogether series, we spoke with multitalented artist David Craig Ellis about overcoming obstacles and explored how he’s staying creative and busy while holed up in his Manhattan getaway in Putnam County in the Hudson Valley.
Cade Martin (Instagram: @cademartinphoto), is an award-winning photographer specializing in portrait and location photography. Driven by belief that one must always look for beauty in the unfamiliar and propelled by his insatiable thirst for adventure, Martin has taken his camera around the globe. We spoke to the artist about his craft and his method.
FA: How did you begin your work as a photographer?
CM: The seeds were certainly planted early in my life. I grew up in an artistic community in...
One of the perks of this gig is getting to sit down with inspirational people and talents like this couple. Today I had a sit down (at some distance) with the amazing Marcus Samuelsson, arguably one of the world's most well-known chefs. He’s turned his craft into an empire that includes restaurants around the world, cookbooks, television shows and beyond. His beautiful wife Maya, known for her own work as an IconicFocus NY model and for having graced the photos for campaigns and magazines alike, was with us as we discussed current events.
Eric Nies is arguably one of the first reality TV stars as MTV’s Real World’s first cast member. Discovered at a young age, he was cast into the spotlight at just under 20 years old. Today Eric Nies lives a very different life. He is on a path of enlightenment, saving lives. I met up with Eric recently and discussed his journey. This is Eric Nies’ Real World today.
Manhattan-based model Teresa Lourenco has graced the covers of magazines such as Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan and Vogue. These days Lourenco is spending her time homeschooling her children. We chatted with the model about her new normal during this time of quarantine.
For this next #InThisTogether, we had a heart to heart chat with artist Marco Santini. Manhattan Minds has been following this incredibly talented artist for a while now. He is a very inspired and inspiring multimedia artist, to say the least. Most widely known for his street art around the city, New York has been a strong influence on Santini and his art.
LA-based photographer Ryan Schude is a great talent—his work is something that one has to see in person to truly appreciate his ability to create scenes that seem to bring Americana to the realm beyond imagination. His photographs are works of art that the viewer comes back to time and again, discovering new elements hidden within the image. Schude captures scenes with many moving parts— it is in the details, where the magic of his work lies.
Schude recently exhibited his latest project at bG...
Veronica Webb is undoubtedly one of the world’s most widely known supermodels. One of the first African American models to grace the covers of magazines like Vogue, Essence and Elle and the very first to gain a major cosmetics contract, she remains a powerhouse today. Like the rest of us, the Manhattan-based model, actress and writer is finding new ways to stay busy during this time of uncertainty. Webb let us take a peek inside a day in her life.
Patricia Tudosa is a New York City-based self-taught professional artist. Imagination wonders when one is looking at her canvases—an interplay of space, color, theme, and texture.