Photographer Elina Kechicheva shoots beautiful scenic images with models Anne Sofie List, Megan Irminger and Mila Miletic for Sleek Magazine. The photos feel un-posed and relaxed as the models look straight into the camera creating a narrative between the trifecta. via Libertine
Photographer Hanah Haley takes a modern twist on a 1970’s style, shooting with a retro camera in her newly relocation home San Francisco. via Empty Kingdom
Setting up camp has never been easier thanks to Alex Shirley- Smith’s Tentsile. A portable suspended tent to help us avoid those rocky, muddy, and sometimes buggy nights. Alex says “Maybe by encouraging others to enjoy this, we might think twice about cutting them down,” via. Tentsile
Jen Ingvarsson shoots up and coming Nastya Kusakina out in the beach with these gentle set of images. via. Jens Ingvarsson
To commemorate the last day of May, we give you a beautiful set by SAVANT’s Marcie Cobbaert. Marcie’s set, “Maggie In May,” celebrates the long, sunny days of May with brilliant hues of green along with bold black and white images.
Here’s a pairing you won’t see everyday but hey, SAVANT’s Marcie Cobbaert makes it work beautifully between the orange gun, the pastel shirts and the jewlery all worn by the wonderful Kate Amundsen.
Not many people can rock a one piece in downtown like Sarah Harper. SAVANT’s Marcie Cobbaert mixes a bit of business with some fun in this set of urban images.
If this is a typical break for SAVANT’s Marcie Cobbaert then lunch will be on me. Brittany Lucas is simply alluring, from the bodysuit to the sequin dress, there is no wrong done here.
Its always nice to see some color on these concrete walls in Los Angeles. With the help of Rachel from LA Models, SAVANT’s Marcie Cobbaert gave the city some life with these images.
Take a break and chill out by the beach with Katie Chapman. Photographed by SAVANT’s Marcie Cobbaert.
Joe Randolph came into the sport of fly fishing late by popular standards, but that didn’t stop him by becoming a master. Put on your rain pants and go in with SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks for his editorial for Outside Magazine.
SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks went into the deepest river gorge in North America, Hells Canyon. Spending four days with the well equipped hunters in pursuit of wild turkeys, the hunters called it a ‘trip of a lifetime”.
Don’t call these people birdwatchers. The serious take themselves as just that, so the correct term to use for the observers of the recreating activity are called birders. Lets observe these photos taken by SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks for the NY Times.
We sometimes don’t give credit to the little things in life. Take this tugboat for an instance. With an output of nearly 6000 horsepower and a bollard pull of more then 65 metric tons, this piece of machinery is responsible of all the heavy lifting in the canals. Without these boats, some vessels can’t dock …
SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks went to the deepest southwest, just above the Mexican boarder town of Agua Prieta, that lies a expanse of cattle ranches that comprise the Malpai Borderlands. Having gone through environmental and economic forces, the families that now live there have banded together to create a new generation of cowboys and cowgirls to …
The cost of this project here, shot by SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks, cost more than 1 billions dollars. With a project this big, it has attracted a lot of public interest because of its substantial impact on communities, environments and budgets.
Don’t confuse grilling with bbq. To grill is to cook the meats quickly, while bbqing is a slower process utilizing smoke more then heat to cover all the parts of the meat equally. Texas uses some tender love and care in bbqing their beef with smoking post oak and having a defiant stand towards sauce. …
No need for an explanation here. Beer, cars, and a good ol’ derby. Join the fun with SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks as he photographs one of American’s favorite pastimes.
One of the coolest jobs you can have on this Earth is being a butterfly hunter, and for Flores Moises he is just that. A field biologist from Peru working for the SRTI (Smithsonian Tropical Research Center), its mission is to help contribute a better understanding of tropical habitats, tropical biodiversity and their relevance to …
SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks is simply a man who enjoys the outdoors. No need for explanation, just a collection of this man’s time.
Complete in 1914 and widely considered as one of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever taken, the Panama Canal is a main conduit for international maritime trading. It employs nearly 9.000 people to handle the 350 million tons of annual traffic it receives. SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks documents this amazing feet of man and machine.
Doesn’t matter if its Tommy Lee or someone out in the middle of no where, SAVANT’s Tom Fowlks treats all people as equal.
Lance Macky a survivor of cancer has gone through his share of struggles. Losing some of his jaw and neck because of the cancer and as well surviving bankruptcy, Macky is known as the toughest competitor in Iditarods history. Building his name on a kennel of dogs that nobody wanted, Lance Macky has soldiered through …
Come on in and join the party with SAVANT’s Jodi Jones for this colorful set of images for Z!NC Magazine.
SAVANT’s Jodi Jones makes shooting fashion look easy with these set of images of Alex London for Corvus + Crux
For Aprils Vogue India, Mazen Aburour photographs Sarah Pauley with a hot air ballon which creates a colorful set of images along a desert backdrop. Hair: Kristen Klontz Makeup: Nikol Walkemeyer Stylist Assistants: Priya Kochhar & Sorelle Anthony via. Fashion Gone Rogue
Photographer Cully Wright sends us into an alternate universe of desert youth and fun for the Brady Lange Summer 2013 lookbook. Photography: Cully Wright Assistant: Gita Castallian Styling: Julia Platt-Hepworth Styling Assistant: Consuelo Wise Hair and Makeup: Kylie Sallee Models: Madison S (Muse) Zoë S (OMM and Hayden F (OMM) Layout design: David Brady Special Thanks to Solestruck …