We recently hosted an Evening with Art Streiber & Michele Romero. Art and Michele discussed their long-standing collaboration which has produced numerous Entertainment Weekly covers, features and iconic images.
Space for Arts together with American Photographic Artists’ LA chapter hosted Frank Okenfels 3 and Carol LeFlufy on Wednesday evening November 7th at Edge Studios in LA. Carol and Frank have worked together for 30 years and this event was the very first time they had appeared on stage together to discuss their long-standing partnership. The standing room only audience was captivated and entertained by Frank’s stories and Carol’s sometimes snarky color commentary, often triggering great laughter.
Frank and Carol’s collaboration began in the late ‘80’s in NYC when, as Frank described it, he found his way around town on a bicycle and had a pet rabbit named “Fish”.
The arc of Frank’s career progression was illustrated with his work and antidotes starting with his break through shooting Tracy Chapman for Rolling Stone, his longstanding rapport shooting David Bowie and his having Bruce Springsteen sing “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”. Many […]
Space For Arts is proud to recognize and collaborate with an organization that provides another resource for creatives to achieve utmost efficiency and success. The Art of Freelance has been running for four years in various forms, under the leadership of Mathieu Young, CEO & Founder. A creative freelancer for 15 years, Mathieu is grateful for a career that has allowed for dream chasing and working on projects he loves with the support of a great team. But, he admits it was a slow build with many small steps forward including a goal-setting strategy that optimized breaking down individual components and self-created sense of accountability. Yet, many of his friends were struggling with accomplishing the same tasks.
Mathieu explains, “Creative freelancers are not always attuned to the disciplines of creating deadlines, structure, and accountability. So, we wanted a way to create a framework to help […]
Dan Winters is not just an artist with talent and passion, but a photographer with range. Photos of celebrities, politicians, families, friends in individual portraits or photo essays for magazines, newspaper – he seems to have covered it all. He’s had regular assignments for magazines such as Esquire, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, New York, Wired, Fortune, Discover, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Life, Newsweek, Time, and many other national and international publications. His clients include Nike, Microsoft, IBM, LG, ABC, Warner Brothers, Paramount, DreamWorks, Columbia TriStar and Twentieth Century Fox. He has been recognized time and time again by the industry and even awarded the prestigious Alfred Eisenstadt Award for Magazine Photography. And so, as he spoke to the packed audience in the Manhattan loft studio, […]