Normally known for her beautifully considered lighting of portrait subjects, Kylie has taken to the streets to document NY during lockdown. These images are from a Brooklyn BLM March. This is a small selection, with more coming to the Great Friends website soon and all images are able to be licensed. See more of Kylie’s portrait work also.
Nick Simonite photographed Larry Callies for a Garden & Gun feature story, Hero’s of the South. An important part of American history, Larry opened the first Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg, Texas after discovering photographs of Black Cowboys from the 1880’s being thrown away. Words by Matthew Hendrickson. See Nick’s portfolio.
Nick Simonite captured portraits and key art visuals for the launch of Paramount’s new show, ‘The Last Cowboy’. Chronicling the lives of eight men and women who are determined to elevate and preserve the cowboy tradition and walk away with million dollar prize.
While on location for commercial and editorial assignments, photographer / director Nick Simonite finds time to photograph the characters he comes across. Always engaging in conversations while he shoots, quietly forming relationships to get to the heart of people. Sometimes this is the owner of the gas station, the local barber, the gaffer on crew or the hero talent out of character.
Just before the Summer, Nick Simonite had the pleasure of photographing the people and places of Vernon, Texas, for Wright bacon. A dream project to shoot what he thought looked authentic, which is exactly what you get from Vernon.
Cannot get enough of this Angel Olsen portrait session from Kylie Coutts. Appearing on her Album ‘Phases’ featuring B Sides, rarities and demo’s. In. Love.
Shot on location, Nathan Small shoots environmental portraits for the 1st campaign by Lucky Generals, for The Funding Circle
Jesse Chehak photographs installation artist, Theaster Gates for Monocle Magazine.