More from Dewey Nicks’ ESPN Body Issue

ESPN’s 2017 Body Issue came out last Friday, and we’re absolutely obsessed with all of these beautiful images of tennis player Caroline Wozniacki shot by Dewey Nicks.

Make sure you pick up the magazine to see more amazing photographs, and check out Dewey’s website here.


The House by Frank Ockenfels 3

Have you guys seen The House yet? Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell play a husband and wife who have to find creative ways to make money after their daughter’s college scholarship falls through. They start an underground casino in their home and hilarity ensues.

Frank shot the promo posters for this that are up all over LA!

Check out more of Frank’s work here.



Dewey Nicks for NYDJ

NYDJ teamed up with Dewey Nicks to capture women across the country feeling strong and beautiful in their NYDJ denim.

You can catch a glimpse of Dewey at work by clicking here and watching the #fittour video!

More of Dewey’s dynamic work can be found here.


Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 by Glen Luchford

We’re feeling those Friday vibes with this groovy Gucci video, directed by our amazingly talented friend, Glen Luchford.

Check out the video below for some feel-good content.


Perry Ogden Speaks on World Refugee Day

On June 21st, Perry Ogden, photographer and chairman of Sports Against Racism Ireland, spoke in front of an attentive crowd in Dublin to discuss the dire refugee crisis we are facing in the world today.

Currently, there are over 65 million refugees and displaced peoples all over the globe.

There are many organizations addressing this cause, here are some you can lend your support to:

Sports Against Racism Ireland

American Refugee Committee

Mercy USA

Check out Perry’s incredible photographs here.

and take a look at our Instagram post to get more info about Perry and World Refugee Day.




Zoe Kazan with Sam Jones for Off Camera

Zoe Kazan and Sam Jones chat about what it’s like to be a woman in a heavily male dominated world and how to never lose your sense of childlike wonder.

Check out the Off Camera website for more riveting interviews with the industry’s most intelligent and unique personalities.