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Trunk Archive : is delighted to now represent star photographer Mark Seliger exclusively in the area of worldwide image licensing

Barack Obama, Britney Spears, George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston, Kurt Cobain, His Holiness the the Dalai Lama, ... TRUNK ARCHIVE is delighted to now represent internationally renowned American star photographer Mark SELIGER exclusively in the area of worldwide image licensing.

Mark Seliger was Rolling Stone's Chief Photographer from 1992 to 2002 and photographed more than 150 covers for the music magazine while in this position. His works have appeared regularly in magazines such as Vanity Fair or GQ over the past 17 years. His photographs can be found in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery in DC, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston or the National Portrait Gallery in London, just to name a few. His portfolio boasting today more than 270 motifs can now be found at TRUNK ARCHIVE under the following link:

About - Mark Alan Seliger (born May 23, 1959 in Amarillo, Texas) attended Houston’s High School for Performing & Visual Arts and East Texas State University. He was Rolling Stone’s Chief Photographer from 1992-2002, where he shot over 150 covers. From 2002-2012, he was on contract with Condé Nast where he shot regularly for Vanity Fair and GQ. Seliger now shoots frequently for Vanity Fair, Italian Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle and many other magazines. In addition, he shoots advertising work for Adidas, Anheuser-Busch, Levi’s, McDonald’s, Netflix, Ralph Lauren, Ray-Ban and many more. Mark Seliger is the recipient of such esteemed awards as the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award, Lucie Award, Clio Grand Prix, Cannes Lions Grand Prix, The One Show, ASME, SPG, and the Texas Medal of Arts Award.
21.02.2019 // show complete article

Sotheby’s Diamonds’ 'Inspiration and Innovation' – the precious 'Ricci Collection' photographed by Erik Madigan Heck. Discover his archive on TRUNK ARCHIVE and meet the renowned agency at UPDATE17 in Berlin

Sotheby’s Diamonds’ The Ricci Exhibition, presents the glamorous works of ERIK MADIGAN HECK and is now on display at Sotheby’s on Bond Street. Further works by the photographer are available from GoSee member TRUNK ARCHIVE. And meet TRUNK ARCHIVE this year once again at UPDATE17 on 6 October in Berlin.

“This summer, Sotheby’s is celebrating the Art of the Season – the very best in quintessentially British events that pepper the social calendar throughout the summer – and the new Sotheby’s Diamonds salon is the perfect place to choose jewels for the season, assisted by a dedicated team offering a bespoke service for any occasion or event,” says the traditional London auction house.

“Sotheby’s Diamonds celebrated the opening of the new London Salon and its contemporary collection of modern diamond masterpieces by commissioning a set of photographs by renowned photographer, Erik Madigan Heck. Approaching photography with the same eye as high art, Heck captures the essence of the great masters by using his camera as a paint brush – celebrating the jewels and the art that inspired them.”

“I always wanted to be a painter; I suppose most photographers secretly do,” says Erik Madigan Heck. “My mother was a painter. We painted together when I was a child, and she took me to the museum almost every week to look at paintings,” ERIK MADIGAN HECK tells us, who photographs for clients including The New York Times magazine, Vanity Fair, TIME, The New Yorker and Harper’s Bazaar UK. In 2013, he was one of the youngest photographers to receive the ICP Infinity Award, and at the beginning of the year, he published his monograph with powerful imagery at Thames & Hudson and Abrams Books titled Old Future, which presents works from the past ten years. Further information on the cooperation is available via the British Journal of Photography.

Erik Madigan Heck is a regular contributor to The New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, TIME, The New Yorker, and Harper's Bazaar UK. In 2013 he became one of the youngest photographers to receive the prestigious ICP Infinity Award, and in 2015 was awarded with the Art Directors Club’s Gold Medal and the AI-IP American Photography award for his Old Masters Portfolio, published by The New York Times Magazine. In 2017 Heck published his first public monograph with Thames & Hudson and Abrams Books titled Old Future. Heck is currently the artist in residence for the MPS Graduate Programme at The School of Visual Arts. His advertising clients include Sotheby's, Clinique, Nike, Neiman Marcus, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The New York City Ballet, The GAP, VH1, Gentle Monster, among others.

Trunk Archive is a full service licensing agency representing the most engaging and sought after image makers. Providing a unique, intelligent and forward-thinking alternative to the traditional resources for existing imagery, the agency also serves as a creative partner by offering complimentary image research and visual strategy consultation.
20.07.2017 // show complete article

Trunk Archive : announces collaboration with the Ian Schrager Company for unique photography collection in newly opened London Edition Hotel

Trunk Archive is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Ian Schrager Company for the curation and licensing of a photographic collection consisting of 185 still life, landscape, floral and conceptual photographs. The installation is now on permanent view at the newly opened London Edition Hotel.

All wall space in the Berners Tavern dining room has been covered with an eclectic mix of images by over 60 Trunk Archive photographers. The photographs are elaborately displayed in gilt frames to showcase the tableaux of jewel-toned still lifes and sweeping pastoral landscapes. Artists include Simon Watson, Tessa Traeger, Don Freeman, Coppi Barbieri and Toby McFarlan Pond, amongst many others.

The Berners Tavern project is "an example of how gorgeous photography can help to create what is being described as 'one of the most visually stunning dining rooms in London now.' We are hearing only amazing feedback, and are extremely proud of the collaboration", says Matthew Moneypenny, CEO of Trunk Archive.

Kirstin Bailey, EVP of Interior Design at the Ian Schrager Company says "Our mission was to source imagery that would complement the existing architecture. This was challenging as the space consisted of triple height ceilings and intricate plasterwork. We wanted to recreate the experience of dining in a stately home and to evoke the feeling of a personal art collection. Trunk Archive rose to the occasion in a remarkable way."

The London Edition Hotel is the latest property developed through Marriott's partnership with Ian Schrager. Trunk Archive tells GoSee, “the brand blends groundbreaking innovation, great design, outstanding dining and entertainment together with impeccable modern service”.

About - Trunk Archive
is a bespoke, full-service image licensing agency covering fashion, beauty, lifestyle, celebrity, interior design and architecture. Representing many of the most engaging and sought after image-makers in the world today, the agency provides clients with an intelligent and forward-thinking alternative to the traditional resources for existing imagery.
28.01.2014 // show complete article