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Schumann & Company

Workbook Weekly: Sizzle Reel Interview

The circumstances created by the pandemic, the new available technology, and the creation of a new exciting roster of talent gave Patti Schumann of Schumann & Company and creative director, Philippe Jungmann the purpose, the platform and the time to create this fantastic new reel.

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Andy Mahr

The Softer Side of Andy

Few can resist an adorable puppy, including Andy Mahr. The son of a veterinarian, Andy watched his father’s vocation grow from his first office into a 24 hour clinic, a grooming studio, and eventually six animal hospitals.

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Lindsay Siu

Lindsay Siu for The New York Times

When Lindsay Siu received the call to shoot actress Olivia Liang for The New York Times, there was no question the answer was a Yes! for several reasons.

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Andy Mahr

Welders

Andy Mahr’s shots of welders on the Cheyenne Pipeline Project left him in awe of the risks they faced and the cold they endured. Shooting still and motion, he wore fire retardant clothing to shoot welders climbing on top and rolling underneath the 70-mile gas pipeline running from Wyoming to Colorado.

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Lindsay Siu

Everything is Fine

Lindsay Siu’s photos of male teens in distress have sensitively captured an important, but difficult issue to address. Commissioned by Foundry, a Canadian foundation for health and well-being, Lindsay’s timely photos communicate hidden anxieties expressed in their headline: Everything Is Fine. (But if it’s not, we can help.)

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Michael Maes

Red, White and Black

To kick-start his Monochromatic food series, Michael Maes chose red as his first color and received a surge of ideas from food stylist Cindy Melin and prop stylist Lorrie Jay that were equally graphic and bold.

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John Blais

American Gothic

This shot by John Blais is part of his ongoing American Gothic series and was awarded First Place in APA’s 2020 Lifestyle category. Inspired by Grant Wood’s 1930 painting representing a Midwest farmer and his wife, John replaced the iconic pair with photos of a Brooklyn couple in their seventh decade together.

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Stephanie Bassos

Covid Painting

When the world shut down in March 2020, Stephanie Bassos stayed home with her two boys (4‑months and 3‑years-old.) Her jobs were canceled and she had to find new and creative ways to entertain her kids.

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Lindsay Siu

Covid Series

The Covid Pandemic was in its early months when Lindsay Siu documented her active, overcommitted family as they began leading a simpler life during self isolation. Scenes of everyday life, 2020, captures their activities at home and their interactions with each other.

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