Nate Luke Joins Emissary Artists

Emissary Artists is excited to announce the newest addition to our roster, Nate Luke. Nate is an extremely talented and accomplished Photographer/Director and we are very happy to have him as part of our team! Some of Nate’s recent clients include John Deere, Cabela’s, Boy Scouts of America, Eli Lilly, and Walmart.

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Andrew Reilly | Featured on Workbook Blog

Today’s Workbook blog features Andrew Reilly’s recent work with McGarry Bowen and BlueCross BlueShield.  Check it out here!

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Andrew Reilly | New Site, New Work

Andrew Reilly just recently launched a brand new website loaded with tons of new images. He has been busy working with clients such as BlueCross BlueShield, Michelob Ultra, and JanSport, to name a few. All of his new work can be seen at www.andrewreillyphotography.com. Go check it out!

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Michael Clinard | Adweek

Memorial Day is coming up and that usually means burgers and brats… but as this week’s Adweek details, Americans are throwing more chicken into the mix, too. Michael Clinard shot the images for the cover and the story within, detailing the rise of chicken’s fast food popularity. From a bun of two breaded chicken breasts to a Cajun-inspired chicken makeover, never has a subject matter been so delectable!

Check out the story and some outtakes below. Take a look at Michael’s site for more great work from his recent projects. Great work, Michael!

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Andrew Reilly | Full Time Photographer

Take a moment to listen to Emissary Artist Andrew Reilly speak with Josh Rossi of Full Time Photographer about what inspires him, his favorite subject to shoot, and how he got his name out in the business. We can attest that Andrew truly is passionate about photography and that it comes out in the images he shoots. Great job, Andrew!

Check out the full podcast here and see some of Andrew’s new work mentioned on the podcast right here.

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Walter Smith on Walter Kirn

They say you can never go back, but we think Walter Smith would beg to differ. He just finished shooting a portrait of author, Walter Kirn, who is currently touring for his new book “Blood Will Out.” However, this is not the first time they have shot together – the two met about 15 years ago when Smith was shooting Kirn for a piece in GQ.

As our Walter told us, he wasn’t completely satisfied with the shot he got of Kirn – the location just wasn’t right and he had a much different portrait style at the time. The final shot had irked him and had been on his mind off and on throughout the years ever since. When he heard that Kirn had a new book coming out, Smith decided to track him down on Facebook and see if Kirn might let him take his photo again while in NYC on his book tour. Serendipitously, Kirn was traveling to NYC the following week and Smith was able to get the portrait he’d been wanting for so many years.

We think both portraits look great, but we do love the more conversational portrait style that he captured the second time around. Great work, Walter!

 

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