Fresh off the presses today comes a new venture looking to give “the art world a shot in the arm” called the CoEdit Collection from photo editor Amy Wolff and photographer Tim Klein. Full press release below for all the nitty gritty. Artists involved already include Fiona Aboud, Justin Fantl, Michael Clinard, Erin Patrice O’Brien, Rebecca Greenfield, Melissa Golden and Finn O’Hara to name a few…



CoEdit Collection (CoEdit) is a new kind of online gallery which celebrates the art of editorial and commercial photographers. Founded by photo editor Amy Wolff and professional photographer Tim Klein, CoEdit is hitting the partnership trifecta, bringing together photographers, curators and collectors.

 

Commercial and editorial photography are home to some of the most talented, innovative and daring photographers in the world—but because of the nature of the industry, much of their finest work is seen only by editors and creative directors. CoEdit recognizes that gap and fills it, serving as a new, vital source of art allowing the work of brilliant artists to be viewed by the entire public.

 

The CoEdit team takes curation – the act of identifying truly exceptional works of art and put them in the proper context – seriously. More photographs have been taken in the past twelve months than were created in the previous two centuries combined. The in-house curation staff works closely with artists and buyers to navigate the overwhelming selections and possibilities and plan collections which do justice to the featured works. Photographers also have the opportunity to submit work directly to the CoEdit team, creating additional dialogue between CoEdit and the photography community. Once the work is reviewed, CoEdit works together to choose the pieces which best fit the website’s aesthetics.

 

CoEdit was designed with the belief that a new kind of collector is constantly demanding new sources of art. Those who seek inspiration in the unexpected, see the world in a fresh new way and are looking to discover rising stars will find a home with CoEdit. The process is simple – photographers produce art, CoEdit selects carefully chosen pieces and those who it speaks to purchase it.

 

Every photograph is personal work from participating artists, as well as other works that have not been previously available to the general consumer making the site one-of-a-kind. So, what sets CoEdit apart from the rest? CoEdit is giving the art world a shot in the arm.

Fresh off the presses today comes a new venture looking to give “the art world a shot in the arm” called the CoEdit Collection from photo editor Amy Wolff and photographer Tim Klein. Full press release below for all the nitty gritty. Artists involved already include Fiona Aboud, Justin Fantl, Michael Clinard, Erin Patrice O’Brien, Rebecca Greenfield, Melissa Golden and Finn O’Hara to name a few…

CoEdit Collection (CoEdit) is a new kind of online gallery which celebrates the art of editorial and commercial photographers. Founded by photo editor Amy Wolff and professional photographer Tim Klein, CoEdit is hitting the partnership trifecta, bringing together photographers, curators and collectors.

 

Commercial and editorial photography are home to some of the most talented, innovative and daring photographers in the worldbut because of the nature of the industry, much of their finest work is seen only by editors and creative directors. CoEdit recognizes that gap and fills it, serving as a new, vital source of art allowing the work of brilliant artists to be viewed by the entire public.

 

The CoEdit team takes curation the act of identifying truly exceptional works of art and put them in the proper context – seriously. More photographs have been taken in the past twelve months than were created in the previous two centuries combined. The in-house curation staff works closely with artists and buyers to navigate the overwhelming selections and possibilities and plan collections which do justice to the featured works. Photographers also have the opportunity to submit work directly to the CoEdit team, creating additional dialogue between CoEdit and the photography community. Once the work is reviewed, CoEdit works together to choose the pieces which best fit the website’s aesthetics.

 

CoEdit was designed with the belief that a new kind of collector is constantly demanding new sources of art. Those who seek inspiration in the unexpected, see the world in a fresh new way and are looking to discover rising stars will find a home with CoEdit. The process is simple photographers produce art, CoEdit selects carefully chosen pieces and those who it speaks to purchase it.

 

Every photograph is personal work from participating artists, as well as other works that have not been previously available to the general consumer making the site one-of-a-kind. So, what sets CoEdit apart from the rest? CoEdit is giving the art world a shot in the arm.

#1Day1Game Photo All-Star Landon ‘gone to the dogs’ Nordeman used all his charm and guile to go all tiger whisperer on us to capture one of his favorite images of official LSU mascot Mike. Word is he used the same calming techniques to tame and photograph the infamous purple faceless fan too. Landon fired 4380 frames for his second one day one game outing…

1 day
1 game LSU v Alabama
1 issue of ESPN the Magazine on the news stands now
1 real Tiger called Mike
1 mascot Tiger also called Mike
43 crew representing ESPN the Magzine
Including 13 photographers covering all the happenings: Rob Tringali, John Loomis,Nathaniel Welch, Brian Finke, Landon Nordeman, John Huet, Dominic DiSaia, Emilio Collavino, Jamie Squire, Ross Dettman, Pouya Dianat, Darren Carroll and yours truly
113 image web gallery posted on game day here
Over 40,000 frames shot total between us
20+ hour work day
Countless miles walked in search of the defining photo
2 after shoot beers courtesy LSU in the press room - first time thats ever happened
75º game time temp
Chance of rain “never”
Spike Lee and LSU alumni Lolo Jones and Shaquile O’Neal in attendance
325 members of LSU Tigerland band
$2355 most expensive ticket purchased for the game on Stubhub
60,000 estimated number of ticketless tailgaters on campus
Unfathomable the amount of food and drink consumed pre game
93,374 fans inside Death Valley
1 minute 24 seconds time of game winning drive led by Alabama QB AJ McCarron
21-17 final score 
36 hours from end of game to make transmit deadline for final file hi res edit
The creative and life experience utterly priceless…
It was such a huge thrill to be a part of this. I will share some of the contributing photographers favorite pics on WTJ? over the next few days…

1 day

1 game LSU v Alabama

1 issue of ESPN the Magazine on the news stands now

1 real Tiger called Mike

1 mascot Tiger also called Mike

43 crew representing ESPN the Magzine

Including 13 photographers covering all the happenings: Rob TringaliJohn Loomis,Nathaniel WelchBrian FinkeLandon Nordeman, John Huet, Dominic DiSaia, Emilio Collavino, Jamie Squire, Ross Dettman, Pouya Dianat, Darren Carroll and yours truly

113 image web gallery posted on game day here

Over 40,000 frames shot total between us

20+ hour work day

Countless miles walked in search of the defining photo

2 after shoot beers courtesy LSU in the press room - first time thats ever happened

75º game time temp

Chance of rain “never”

Spike Lee and LSU alumni Lolo Jones and Shaquile O’Neal in attendance

325 members of LSU Tigerland band

$2355 most expensive ticket purchased for the game on Stubhub

60,000 estimated number of ticketless tailgaters on campus

Unfathomable the amount of food and drink consumed pre game

93,374 fans inside Death Valley

1 minute 24 seconds time of game winning drive led by Alabama QB AJ McCarron

21-17 final score 

36 hours from end of game to make transmit deadline for final file hi res edit

The creative and life experience utterly priceless…

It was such a huge thrill to be a part of this. I will share some of the contributing photographers favorite pics on WTJ? over the next few days…

Saturday had to be one of my all time favorite assignments. With a team of photo talent that included Nathaniel Welch, John Huet, John Loomis, Dominic DiSaia, Emilio Collavino, Jamie Squire, Rob Tringali, Ross Dettman, Pouya Dianat, Brian Finke, Darren Carroll and Landon Nordeman, yours truly was dispatched by ESPN the Magazine to Baton Rouge to cover the LSU V Alabama football game.
The magazine is devoting its entire next issue to the game, so our crew consisted of 43 people including the photographers, writers, editors etc etc. To say this was an undertaking of epic proportions would be an understatement. On top of snapping away for the printed matter we were are all encouraged to post pics of proceedings as we went about our business on the inter webs under the hash tag #1Day1Game and the magazine also posted a communal web gallery updated throughout the day here.
I am truly humbled to have shared the day with so many great photographers and to have had the chance to work with the amazing ESPN Mag crew. Massive thanks to everyone involved…

Saturday had to be one of my all time favorite assignments. With a team of photo talent that included Nathaniel Welch, John Huet, John Loomis, Dominic DiSaia, Emilio Collavino, Jamie Squire, Rob Tringali, Ross Dettman, Pouya Dianat, Brian Finke, Darren Carroll and Landon Nordeman, yours truly was dispatched by ESPN the Magazine to Baton Rouge to cover the LSU V Alabama football game.

The magazine is devoting its entire next issue to the game, so our crew consisted of 43 people including the photographers, writers, editors etc etc. To say this was an undertaking of epic proportions would be an understatement. On top of snapping away for the printed matter we were are all encouraged to post pics of proceedings as we went about our business on the inter webs under the hash tag #1Day1Game and the magazine also posted a communal web gallery updated throughout the day here.

I am truly humbled to have shared the day with so many great photographers and to have had the chance to work with the amazing ESPN Mag crew. Massive thanks to everyone involved…