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Sunday, October 23, 2011
Lane Coder was born and raised in New Canaan Connecticut. He attended Parsons School of Design in New York City where he studied fine art. He then moved to Paris, France where he began studying photography at Parsons School of Design and art history at the American University of Paris. From 1999-2000 Lane attended the Rhode Island School of Design where he continued studying photography and art history. Lane continued his photography education at the Art Center College of Design in Pasedena California where he graduated with a BFA in Photography in 2003.
Currently Lane resides in Brooklyn, New York where he has enjoyed working as a professional photographer for the past 7 years. He enjoys working as a commercial photographer while incorporating a fine art sensibility. His clients include: Vogue, Vogue Nippon, Men’s Vogue, The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, the New Yorker, V magazine, Surface, Soma, Spin, Anthropologie, Shipley & Halmos, Coca Cola and ad agencies such as Ogilvy & Mather, Saatchi & Saatchi and BBH. His work has also appeared in Vogue Russia, GQ Germany, The daily Telegraph London, Vanity Fair Italy and Germany and Nylon. Over the past 5 years Lane’s work has been included in Art + Commerce’s “Festival of Emerging Photographers” competition and gallery show (2003), W magazine’s “Behind the Lens” Competition and gallery show (2004), PDN magazine’s “30 to Watch” competition and publication (2007), The International Photography Awards competition and book (2006), Surface magazine’s “Avant Guardian” competition and publication (2007) and most recently his work in Playground, an art and fashion book was accepted into the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute’s permanent collection.
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Based in Brooklyn, NY
Loves 35 mm, the desert and psychedelical things
US mobile: +1 - 347- 248 - 6468
Italian mobile: + 39 - 348-520 - 9871
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Sophie, born in the Alps in 1976, is a London-based photographer.
She has worked in advertising for almost a decade (BDDP&Fils, TBWA/Paris, Mother, Santo London).
Sophie now dedicates herself fully to photography.
If you wished to contact Sophie, she is reachable on her mobile on
+44 (0)78 71 777 826 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophie is represented by Wyatt-Clarke & Jones
Wyatt-Clarke & Jones
+44(0)20 7580 7570
+44(0)7843 279 393
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David Coffin Management
42 St John Street
214 Sullivan Street
Katherine Wolkoff's photographs have been exhibited widely in the U.S. and abroad at venues including Danziger Projects, Bonni Benrubi Gallery and the New York Photo Festival. This spring, the Sasha Wolf Gallery will exhibit a solo show consisting of Wolkoff’s photographs and video. Her photographs are included in the collections of the Addison Gallery of Art, the Norton Museum of Art and the Yale University Library and her photographs have been featured in Aperture, Twice and Frieze. Born in 1976, Wolkoff studied American History at Barnard College and received her MFA in photography from Yale School of Art in 2003. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Wolkoff's advertising clients include Dell, Gold Peak Tea, Steuben Glass, Sharp, Black Rock and Jack Spade. Her editorial commissions include photographs for The New York Times Magazine, Real Simple, More, New York, The New Yorker, Newsweek, Time, Bon Appetit, Teen Vogue, Paper and Monocle among many others.
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Martin Klimas was born in 1971 in Lake of Konstanz, Germany. He received his degree in Visual Communications from Fachhochschule Dusseldorf and has had many exhibitions in Germany and abroad. He is represented by Foley Gallery in New York and Bransch for commercial assignments.
See more work by Corriette HERE
”Midnight City” is the first single of the forthcoming album of M83 ”Hurry up, We're Dreaming”.
The music video is directed by Fleur & Manu (Division/Les Télécréateurs ) to whom we owe Sébastien Tellier's ”Roche” and ”Sexual Sportswear” as well as Bag Raiders' ”Sunlight.
This video is a tribute to Village of the Damned, Close encounters of the Third kind and other Akiras.