Posted by Workbook on 04/20/2015 — Filed under: Features, Galleries, Headline, Latest Additions
Susan Kelley Harkey
Susan's graduate and postgraduate studies included work in Portraiture, Illustration, and Graphic Design. Her emphasis was on Rendering where she studied under John Meyer in the renowned Industrial Design Department at California State, Long Beach. Her Masters degree included a semester special studies in Portraiture at the Tate Gallery in London, National Portrait Museum in London, the British museum in London and the Scottish National Gallery.
Her original art has been on display in exhibitions at numerous museums and corporate offices as well as being on permanent display at the Haskell International Opera House.
Martin Sanders is a UK based illustrator who spent four years studying illustration at art college in Cornwall, followed by a stint in a commercial illustration studio before settling down as a freelancer. Martin has worked for most major publishers during which time he illustrated countless encyclopedias, reference books and textbooks.
He was commissioned by Oxford University Press to illustrate the maps for a history series, ranging from Ancient Romans to WWII. Since then, maps have become a specialty. Martin Sanders is the main map artist for BBC History Magazine, and his maps have appeared in atlases, books and as posters worldwide.
Jason began his creative path with a background in fine art and graphic design, though from an early age always had one hand on a camera. Following his assisting years, Jason moved into the music industry, shooting album covers before turning his attentions toward advertising. Jason's laid-back shooting style creates an effortless, relaxed atmosphere both in front and behind the camera. Best known for capturing "in the moment," emotions, experiences, and interactions, ironically these images are created with extremely detailed pre-production to control all the elements according to the client's brief. Jason allows the action to unfold, ascribing roles to models coached to act these out in character while he captures every moment. This approach has enabled Jason to move seamlessly into the moving image arena, and he often finds himself shooting both stills and moving images on the same project.
Richard Reinsdorf remembers standing in New York's Rockefeller Center as a child and carefully framing the statue of Atlas in the viewfinder of his Kodak Instamatic. Now based in Los Angeles, live models replace Atlas in Reinsdorf's fashion photography. Reinsdorf began building his portfolio and his reputation photographing "new faces" for modeling agencies. His ability to bring out the best in his subjects and their surroundings soon caught the eyes of magazine editors and advertising art directors. His current portfolio is packed with editorial tear sheets from top fashion periodicals, including Elle
Brazil, and ad campaigns for companies ranging from Sony, Coca Cola, and Guess.