Michael J. Fox celebrated his 50th birthday last Thursday! To help kick in the celebration, he was featured on this month’s cover of Good Housekeeping, which was shot by renowned photographer Jim Wright, with the help of SYNC’s production.
It’s no surprise to us that celebrity photographer Jim Wright captured Kyle Chandler’s gritty but innocent side (with the help of SYNC’s production) for this June 2011 issue of Men’s Journal.
We all need new kicks, and these great images by British photographer Patrick Fraser are definitely kickin’ with the help of SYNC’s gear!
David Zaitz always finds a way to humor us with his work! Check out these fun images he did for Carnation Breakfast Essentials with the support from SYNC!
To paraphrase TV Guide, Maarten de Boer is one heck of a photographer! Check out these images of The Middle‘s all-star cast that he shot for the magazine’s Feb. 28-March 6, 2011 issue, using SYNC equipment:
As the Hollywood Reporter recently pointed out, LA’s art scene has been largely dominated by the Hollywood film industry as of late, and that notion couldn’t be more apparent than in this week’s batch of celebrity-themed gallery shows:
-Opening at the Gagosian in Beverly Hills, filmmaker Gus Van Sant and this year’s Oscar host (and nominee) James Franco will be jointly exhibiting a mixed media show of paintings (like the one to the right,) videos, and other art. The two reportedly came up with the idea back in 2008 when they worked together on the movie Milk. [LA Times]
-SoCal natives and Black Swan tutu designers, Kate and Laura Mulleavey of Rodarte, will present a collection of costumes designed for the film, as well as more than 20 pieces from their recent fashion shows, at the MOCA Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood. “The exhibition will explore the transitional states of garments and examine them as vessels without bodies,” said Laura Mulleavy in a press release. [MOCA]
-Finally, at the LACMA, Elizabeth Taylor in Iran, featuring photographer Firooz Zahedi’s images of the Hollywood icon during a pre-revolution trip to Iran, will be on display through June. Zahedi told the LA Times that the actress was doing “much better” since her recent hospitalization for congestive heart failure. [LACMA]
Photo Credit: Gus Van Sant/Gagosian Gallery
We’re really excited to share the latest projects from photographer and SYNC client Margaret Malandruccolo. Margaret’s portraits are known for their dramatic lighting and cinematic feel, so it’s no surprise that she’s a favorite with musicians and has also directed over 60 music videos! Check out more of her work here and read on to see what she’s been up to lately:
“I call this image ‘Jane.’ It was commissioned by Little, Brown and Co. for their novel by April Lindner – a modern interpretation of Bronte’s classic,” said Margaret.
“We had a blast recreating old Vietnam for the USAA retirement fund, complete with trucks, weapons, and old 35mm Ektachrome transparency film.”