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Ashley Gieseking Finds the Cats
Fresh Step Ad.  Find the CatACD, Sam Brown, and AD, Eva Yeh of DDB in San Francisco had a specific look and feel for the interiors shots they needed for their Clorox Fresh Step campaign, and Ashley Gieseking's work had the bright, happy "lived in" quality they were looking for. The concept involved shooting cats that were hiding within the three interior scenes on location in San Francisco. National print and digital ad are running now. (Read more)
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Illustration of boy and girl walking in the dark

Edward Kinsella III
Edward Kinsella III was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1983. He graduated from Ringling School of Art and Design in 2006 and attended two summers of the Illustration Academy. He now lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri.



Kelsey Wilhm
Once described as her water-logged years, growing up on the swim team, scuba diving, lifeguarding,

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Beth Perkins for Smith Alumnae Quarterly
Geri Mariano diastrophic dysplasia inspirationBeth Perkins recently completed a photo essay for Smith Alumnae Quarterly magazine about one of its graduates, Geri Mariano, who was born with diastrophic dysplasia, a condition that affects bone and cartilage, resulting in dramatically short stature along with many physical and social challenges. She is an inspirational speaker with a compelling story who is funny and smart and amazing. Beth spent time with her as she goes about her day and attended a couple of her inspirational speaking events. The image above was chose for the next American Photography Annual.(Read more)

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