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Thank you, , as always, for keeping the DGA trainees busy !🎬🎬🎬
Incredible 🤯 is an answer on … Congratulations!
andrewscrivani - So, and I were a answer tonight…and we were linked with on the answer. It's totally surreal since I've been a trivia nerd my whole life and have been watching Jeopardy since I was a kid. So many people reached out immediately and was so nice to hear from friends I had not seen or heard
from in a while. What a thrill. Also nice that our food photography community gets some love for all of the positive
energy we work hard to put out on social media.
🚨NEW WORK🚨 Brand New Campaign for Quest Nutrition featuring Didi Richards, Ian Book and Jade Alexis from The Artists Company 🎬 Scott Kulok ✂️ Union Editorial
MTV Video Music Awards 2021 Nominations - Congratulations to Jeff Cronenweth (Best Cinematography Nominee) and Tom Foden/Peter Andrus (Best Art Direction Nominee) for Lady Gaga “911”
🎉Congratulations 🎉 Andrew Scrivani on making the B&H Photo Video Pro Audio list of the top 15 Food Photographers to Follow on Instagram
Our official first episode will drop tomorrow. After that you’ll get a brand new episode every other Friday. Be sure to subscribe, download, rate, comment and give us a call on the Chef John hotline. Visit us at www.thechefjohnpodcast.com
- Having iconic food items in your public facing work is an essential tool in attracting a broader base of clients. Consider how many potential clients serve burgers. Showing your take on the classics is a good marketing tool.
One of the lessons I teach students about their work is that sometimes using the crop tool to find new images in your existing work pays off.
This image for a now defunct fashion magazine was a horizontal image that included a red tweezer...it was to illustrate how both your tools & your diet add to your beauty regimen. By cropping it out, and creating a vertical I have a perfectly viable food image that can be repurposed...possibly for resale.
Pitting cherries during shoot in 2015. Panic about staining the marble surface ensued...took some effort but the stains came out. We found that marble in the yard of a junk shop atop a disintegrating vanity from the 1940’s. It has been a staple in my studio since around 2007-08. I think I paid $50 bucks for the whole vanity...ripped the top off right there in the yard...threw it in my car and hauled it up the stairs to the studio. It has come all around the city on shoots and has some stories to tell. It’s been in magazines, newspapers, cookbooks & tv commercials. Rescued from the scrap heap it’s had a glamorous afterlife and she’s not done yet.
One of the most common and frustrating aspects of any artistic pursuit is when you end up in a creative rut. Photographers at every stage of their growth and development professionally will undoubtedly end up blocked and feel like they need something to regain their voice and creativity. Whether you have lost your way, need a battery charge, or are looking to find or rediscover your style, you need to join Andrew Scrivani for his new class series Rut Recovery.
Food Photographers in this workshop will work out of their creative ruts by working on projects outside of their every day routine with the support and guidance of an industry expert. Andrew will help push you out of your comfort zone and find what works for you to refresh your work.
Andrew’s workshop will address common creative concerns, including:
Feeling like your work has become one-dimensional
Wanting to expand your repertoire but not knowing how
Needing to scale your work and clients up and not feeling confident on how to do it
In session one, Andrew will assess your creative wants and needs through structured, meaningful discussions about artistic intention and purpose. He’ll then craft an assignment as if he is your editor or creative director. Assignments will be chosen based on the challenges you want to tackle and your skill level. You’ll complete and submit the assignment before the next meeting.
In session two, Andrew will share feedback for the group, based on themes that emerged during his review of the assignments. He’ll also provide his assessment of your individual work and offer personalized feedback. This allows you to gain valuable experience pushing your creativity and technical skills without the high stakes of professional performance on the line.
In this workshop, you not only will engage with a seasoned professional photographer and instructor; you also will learn from other attendees. There’s power in doing this work in a small group setting of just 10 photographers. More info in the link in my bio.
The Love Language of Butter according to from this week’s ... photography by tabletop director
Want to learn from the best? Check out this class from with director and photographer
A Traditional, but Unexpected, Christmas Showstopper from ... bûche de Noël ... photography by for
🎉Congratulations 🎉 to and on the nationwide release of .... GO 👀 IT TODAY!!!!
It’s here! It is with great pride and gratitude that we release nationwide. It’s now available on all major digital platforms and on-demand on cable. See teammarco.movie for info and links. And please check out Facebook for a personal message from our director, , that’s, well, too long for Insta.
A must listen from Art of the Shot ... Tarsem and Jeff Cronenweth talk about Lady Gaga and the music video for “911”
• Art of the Shot podcast Starts November off with a dose of creative inspiration from the filmmakers behind Lady Gaga’s visually striking music video for her hit song, 911. The video came out six weeks ago, and Art of the Shot’s 8th episode came out one week ago. Have you heard it yet? Featuring an exclusive conversation with the video’s acclaimed director, Tarsem Singh, and it’s Oscar-nominated cinematographer, Jeff Cronenweth, ASC.
Check it out and enjoy a rare view into the relationship between a director and cinematographer, get a peak into their process and the trust and creative freedom they share to carry and enhance the vision of the project, learn about the genesis of the idea and meaning of the video’s visuals, and discover some of the technical aspects of how the video was shot. You will also learn about Lady Gaga’s commitment to her craft, the strength of her abilities as an actress, and how her performance at the end was saved in the edit with audio from the behind-the-scenes crew.
Here on Instagram, Lady Gaga said: "This short film is very personal to me, my experience with mental health and the way reality and dreams can interconnect to form heroes within us and all around us," before thanking Tarsem, her team, and all her supportive fans for bringing the concept to life. With every frame packed with film references, creative costumes, and lush visuals, it’s a feast for the eyes and mind of any filmmaker. Give it a watch and then listen to the episode!
🔥 off the presses... Lady Gaga SHOOTonline https://shootonline.com/node/85983
Congratulations to Director/Photographer and on this awesome achievement! Everyone needs to go see
The list of people I am so happy to have worked with and watched put their bodies & souls into this project is a long one. We at are so grateful for the opportunity to bring this movie into the world and to have made it with such a wonderful group of thoughtful talented people. Thank you all! Coming to you Thanksgiving 2020! Forgive the 20 person limit on tags if your not there.
Gaga dials up the drama with 911 | shots
Lady Gaga's latest video from her Chromatica album is a colourful, dreamy, desert-set confection.
Spinach-Potato Pie by in this week’s ... photography by tabletop director
The Artists Company is very proud to have produced Award
Winning Director Tarsem’s latest Music Video with the one and only Lady Gaga creating this epic piece for her latest single "911".
It was an amazing opportunity to have worked directly with this
unbelievable team. Tarsem has directed feature films “The Cell”
(starring JLo) and “The Fall” as well as award winning commercials for Nike and Coca-Cola. His last winning video was R.E.M. “Losing My Religion” which won Best Video of the Year at the 1991 MTV Video Music Awards.
Director - Tarsem
Executive Producer - Sally Antonacchio -
Producer - Oualid Mouaness -
Producer - Bobby Campbell -
Production Company - The Artists Company -
Sales Rep - Laure Scott -
Director of Photography - Jeff Cronenweth
Production Design - Tom Foden
Costumes Design - Nicola Formichetti -
Hair Design - Frederic Aspiras -
Makeup Design - Sarah Tanno -
Senior VP/Head of Creative Content - Michelle An
Manager of Creative Content - Chelsea Dodson
Let the Flavors Do the Work in this week’s by .... photos by tabletop director and photographer
Can You Keep A Secret? 🤫
Congratulations to and on their new book “Pie Camp”! You definitely have another best seller on your hands 👍🏻 and honestly, who doesn’t love 🥧 😋
• • • I want to welcome this lovely lady into the world. and we of Team Pie have brought her into the world to teach you pretty much every possible way to make pie. Step-by-step instructions bring Kate into your kitchen to teach, preach and hold your hand. If you liked you will love Pie Camp! Love to Ann Treistman Nicolas Teodoro
THIS JUST IN ... The Artists Company's Owner/Executive Producer, Sally Antonacchio, Sheds Light On Production During The Pandemic in the latest edition of SHOOTonline... check out the article https://shootonline.com/node/85432
Director Gregory Maya helmed this spot for Dulcolax and VMLY&R on June 30th, making The Artists Company the 1st production company to get back to work in NY State during these unprecedented times.
The spot, originally slated to go in April, was put on hold due to COVID until the Tri-State Area was reopened for filming.
Finding the right house for our exterior shoot was everything. Varying degrees of reopening in each town forced us to put 3 locations on hold in 3 different areas while town permit situations got hammered out - BUT, we stayed and cleared everyone’s 1st choice!
Adhering to AICP workplace guidelines and considerations, The Artists Company hired a great team armed with electro static foggers and disinfectant sprays to keep high touch areas sanitized. Our Compliance Assistants made sure we used our hand washing stations, hand sanitizers and offered additional PPE to all who needed. A heavy, clear plastic screen partitioned the talent from the crew.
Thanks to our exceptional crew, agency producer, creative team and clients for their trust, patience and cooperation in helping us to bring the spot to fruition and getting us all back to work.
Look who made B&H's "15 Mouthwatering Food Photographers to Follow on Instagram" ... none other than photographer and tabletop director Andrew Scrivani ... Congratulations!
A food photography tips article featuring 15 mouthwatering photographers to follow on Instagram
Highly Adaptable Cheesy Potato Cake from in this week’s ... photography by tabletop director
Tinned Fish, Three Ways:
Anchovy crostini, tuna-stuffed peppers, canned clam pasta: Eat them separately, or, do as does, and make them a whole meal...photography by photographer/tabletop director
Andrew Scrivani shows you how to make Sausage, Polenta and Onions in this edition of the Work From Home Cafe...
Andrew Scrivani shows you how to make Thrice Cooked Pulled Pork... Yes, Please...
Today, the Work From Home Cafe goes way back as Andrew Scrivani shows you how to make Tiramisu...
It's Chili Day at the Work From Home Cafe. Watch as Andrew Scrivani shows you how to make different types of great Chili...
Andrew Scrivani shows us how to make Legit Fish & Chips...
Andrew Scrivani shows us how to make Legit Fish & Chips...
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