Posts Tagged ‘Communication Arts’

If your not already a fan of Josh Letchworth

YOU ARE NOW!
This man is not only one of the sweetest humans we have ever had the joy of working with. He is talented beyond belief and is one of those people who have a passion for shooting that we at nemo admire and can definitely relate to.

He has been working hard on the Nike 6.0 campaigns, hand in hand with nemo’s art director extraordinaire, Steve Hoskins, who also happens to be the mastermind behind Thee Creamery, the artist mind that drives Sweet Cheeks (Hannah Teter’s panties with a purpose). I hear rumor that Josh has won a category in the Communication Arts Photo contest, as well as, the redbull Illume, and is a finalist in the PDN photo annual!

Keep killing it Josh!

 


Communication Arts call for entries


This is a big one. Communicaton Arts Magazine’s 52nd photography competition is upon us once again, giving young (and old) photographers the chance to be apart of the “most influential juried competition” in photography. And heads up, the deadline is March 25, 2011. Even if you don’t win, the chance to have your images spread worldwide in the photography annual, and on commarts.com, is priceless.
Check out all the rules, categories, previous winners and more at Communication Arts


Communication Arts Photography Annual

The annual photography issue came out for Communication Arts and they have some local talent featured, friends of Nemo and a lot of animals…

David Emmite was one of the local talent mentioned for his work with Nike. He worked on this beautiful Nike piece with the talented Mr. Michael Shea as creative director and Angelo Colletti and Eric Duvauchelle as art directors, all of whom we’ve had the great pleasure of working with here at Nemo. Congrats! 

 

Another friend of Nemo who was featured in the annual was Embry Rucker, for his work on a Billabong ad campaign. Congrats! 

The always observant Mr. Graves noticed the abundance of animal photography in this issue (I can’t help but love it!), so I’ve picked some of my favorites…

Peter C. Lavery

and Nina Francois

Hope you enjoy!