Spring ’09

Announcing Devon Jarvis

Further establishing our New York presence, we are pleased to announce the addition of Devon Jarvis to Heather Elder Represents. He is our very first New York based photographer. Devon has worked for 10 plus years as an independent Still Life and Product photographer and we are excited to broaden his horizons with exposure from coast to coast. Please log on to http://devonjarvis.com/ to view his portfolio or post a welcome message here in the comments section below.

Ann Elliot Cutting: On the Run

Check out these outakes for April ’09’s Runner’s World story on nutrition tips. Creative Marc Kauffman sought Ann to shoot some creative concepts reflecting post run eating for the Fuel section of RW. Click on the article Custom Order to see the final shot. Now if we could only get our gym lockers to feed us after a hard run.

How’s that for a box of heart shaped treats? Running in the Fuel section of the February ’09 issue, this shot complimented an article on heart smart food choices.

CUBA is HOT HOT HOT

Two of HE’s photographers made trips to Cuba in the later part of ’08. Same location, completely different interpretations. Both inspire the urge to take the next plane out to Cuba’s oasis of vibrant color and culture.

Jim Smithson’s Take

Andy Anderson’s Take

Flyers & Flying Invoices

AB Rich Cardinali and AD Billy Faraut, JWT called upon Hunter Freeman to take their Benadryl campaign to new heights. Take a cardboard airplane, aviator goggles and an iridescent cape, put them all together with Hunter behind the lens. Final product is a guaranteed soaringly pleased client.

Continuing their fun and funny campaign, Dailey & Associates, recently wrapped this next shot in the Quickbooks series. Who ever thought the idea of balancing your books could evoke a chuckle? Thanks Hunter, we needed that.

Up, Up and Away

In keeping with our airborne theme, David Martinez created this light hearted shot for AT&T with Haggin Marketing & Dan Capriles.

Following suit, another joyous moment, this time created for Zales with The Richards Group’ s Kerstin Fredrickson, AB and Craig Anderson, AD. Looks like an exuberant YES.

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