SMart Book 2014, our new photo annual, is hot off the presses and was recently shipped to our clients and colleagues in the creative industry. Designed by Design: MW and printed by GZD in Germany, it showcases images—and new self-portraits—by the entire Stockland Martel roster. We’re very proud of the book and even more proud […]
. PBS has announced plans to broadcast Lou Reed: Rock and Roll Heart on November 7, as part of its American Masters series, USA Today reports. The 1998 documentary on the pioneering artist, who died on Sunday, was directed by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, who was a close friend of Reed’s. The film went on to win […]
National Dog Day, which was started in 2004 to bring attention not just to the permanent canine members of America’s families but also to the many dogs in need of rescue, is today. Below, a lil’ photographic show of appreciation for man’s and woman’s best friend… . . .
. Having made its broadcast debut on HBO in June, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders‘ The Out List is now available as a 160-page coffee-table book. The tome—which centers on a cross-section of Greenfield-Sanders’ portraits of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Americans—features interviews by Sam McConnell, a foreword by Orlan Boston, and an introduction by Richard Blanco. […]
From the start of his career, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders has displayed a sixth sense for capturing the cultural zeitgeist. As Out magazine points out in a terrific new profile of him, Timothy homed in on New York during the Factory years, Los Angeles studio heads as Hollywood’s golden age was winding down, and New York artists […]
The latest in Timothy Greenfield-Sanders‘ groundbreaking documentary film/portrait series projects will soon be making its national debut. Premiering June 27 on HBO, The Out List explores the identities of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in America, from entertainers to politicians to everyone in between. “When we started, we were calling the project ‘Generation […]
The Stockland Martel Blog turned 4 this spring, so we thought it would be fun to look back at the posts that attracted the most views over the years. But instead of a list of links, our retrospective takes the form of the gallery below. Click on any image to view the whole thing as […]