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“American photographer August Bradley creates distinctive conceptual images with an artistic feel and a sense of drama and mystery. He works for clients ranging from designer labels to consumer brands to lifestyle magazines, as well as producing images for gallery exhibition. Prior to his current photography career, August developed marketing strategies for consumer brands including Gap, Banana Republic, J.Crew, Crate & Barrel, and others.” (from artist website)
Bradley’s interest in photography began in childhood when he would help his mother who was a portrait and fine art photographer. Interestingly, his main influences are authors: “I wanted to create stories, rather than capture events unfolding before me. I’ve always been a big reader, and I’ve found that there’s every bit as much truth and insight in the best literary fiction as in nonfiction works. I try to bring a literary sensibility to my graphic images.”
Bradley has won several awards including a Hasselblad Masters Award. He has been featured in numerous publications including Zoom, Digital Photo Pro Magazine, among others.
To see more of August Bradley’s work, visit AugustBradley.com.
Sources: Digital Photo Pro
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Meats Meier is a freelance illustrator and animator living in Los Angeles, California. An award-winning digital artist, Meier works in both 2D and 3D using Maya and Zbrush for modeling and animation as well as Photoshop and After Effects to composite the images into animations and high resolution artwork.
Meier’s feature film credits include “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow” and “Hellboy” as a technical director and compositer. He has also worked as an airbrush artist and lead artist at the video game studio Beyond Games.
Meier’s artwork is on the cover of numerous books, magazines, and web sites and he was honored with the prestigious “Maya Master” title by Alias at SIGGRAPH in 2003. In 2006, he helped with the stereoscopic graphics for the cover of the TOOL album “10,000 Days” and continues to work with them on their live touring concerts.
Meier taught the first ever ZBrush course at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects, and is the author of the very popular “Introduction to ZBrush” training DVD produced by the Gnomon Workshop.
To see more of Meats Meier’s work, visit 3DArtSpace.com.
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