Vava Ribeiro’s shoots new images for his ongoing personal work, “Mind Skating”, on skaters and skateparks in Los Angeles, California.
Christopher Griffith recently shot series of campers for a Condé Nast Traveler story called, “Hitched: The Best Campers for Summer Road Trips” out now in the current July/August issue.
Jake Chessum shot P-Tech‘s first graduates Cletus, Kiambu, Michelle, Gabriel and Radcliffe for IBM (Rahat not pictured). P-Tech’s program awards highschool students associates degrees in technology by the time they graduate highschool. Each of the students photographed here is either going on to college or to work for IBM. More information here.
Michael Kenna’s newest book, “Forms of Japan”, will be released October 1, 2015. This book is a collection of 240 of Kenna’s black and white photographs taken over a 30 year period of traveling to Japan. Yvonne Meyer-Lohr designed the layout and paired Kenna’s photographs with classic haikus.
Jake Chessum’s 2004 photograph of Amy Winehouse was used for the cover of the July 4, 2015 issue of Billboard Magazine. The interior article discusses a new documentary about her life titled Amy that was released July 3, 2015.
New York Magazine’s “The Cut” recently profiled Florinda “Flo” Estrada – one of many “Hip-Hop Honeys” Brian Finke has photographed over the last three years. A link to the article which includes a slideshow of Brian’s “Hip-Hop Honeys” work can be found here.