December 3, 2013— CONTINUE READING
November 17, 2013
“Eyes of Morocco is inspired by the works of August Sanders and Irving Penn. These master photographers hit the streets in search of the workman, the laborer, and the baker – the men and women who worked hard to support their families and brought them into the studio where they told their stories.” – Sandro
For the next three weeks Sandro will be traveling the land of Morocco from the big cities, the country sides, the mountains and the Sahara Desert in search of 250 portraits of these same type of hard working people. He’ll be looking for occupations of all types from the brick layer to the circus clown to the snake charmer to the Shepard. He will document street life, mountain life and desert life. He will live amongst the people for this month becoming them and immersing himself in their culture.
We invite you to follow Sandro on Tumblr as he creates these 250 magnificent portraits. See how the project has progressed since his departure on November 10th….
October 20, 2013— CONTINUE READING
October 9, 2013
A big thank you to PDNOnline for featuring Jason Lindsey‘s TV spots for Baptist Health. As sited in the article by Barbara Goldman, “Jason is always excited by the process of making great pictures. He loves the collaboration that goes with great storytelling. He is sought after by clients for still and motion projects because he captures real moments and emotions.
October 4, 2013— CONTINUE READING
September 30, 2013— CONTINUE READING
September 29, 2013— CONTINUE READING
September 24, 2013
If you’re in Chicago, you’ve probably seen blue Divvy bikes in various locations. They are part of a bike sharing program that other cities have also adopted.
As an avid rider himself, Saverio was drawn to the project for two reasons; an opportunity to promote an idea that can make people happier, healthier and more self sufficient, and the chance to orchestrate an event around the shoot that wove both the talent & the spectators into the concept.
Although Divvy IS for everyone, choosing to work with only experienced cyclists helped while shooting in live rush hour. While shooting, many Divvy riders rolled by mugged for a piece of attention, something Saverio pre-planned for with a ready-made sign to salute them.
To read more about the shoot itself, visit Saverio’s blog for a more behind-the-scenes look.
September 23, 2013
September 20, 2013
A select group of photographer Sandro’s portraits of Cuban men and women will be on exhibit at Expo Chicago this weekend, an internationally exposition of contemporary & modern art. Sandro has been photographing a variety of subject matter in Cuba since 1999, partially curated in his book Imagine Cuba.