Posts Tagged ‘United States’

Architect Diana Balmori

Posted by Brian Shumway on February 9, 2013 in Assignment | No Comments

I photographed an At Home feature for the Financial Times of artist/architect Diana Balmori. From the Story: At home: Diana Balmori By Shannon Bond The designer of urban landscapes talks about how to strike a happier balance between modern cities and nature From the windows of Diana Balmori’s sixth-storey apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, […]

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Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting, People Magazine Tearsheet

Posted by Brian Shumway on January 1, 2013 in Tearsheet | No Comments

Just before Christmas, I covered the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in Newtown, CT for People Magazine. This portrait of third-grader Gianna Routhie ran in the issue. She’s stands outside Newtown High school where President Obama was speaking, holding a teddy bear and memorial placard of those killed in shooting. Gianna was in a Sandy […]

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Hurricane Sandy, People Magazine, Film Outtakes

Posted by Brian Shumway on November 12, 2012 in Assignment | No Comments

I recently covered Hurricane Sandy for People Magazine, shooting in Breezy Point, Queens and Coney Island, Brooklyn. I shot mainly digital, but had time to take a few photographs with my Hasselblad, which I usually do on assignments. So these are film outtake from the assignment. You can see more here.

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Utah, Summer 2012

Posted by Brian Shumway on November 1, 2012 in Youth | No Comments

A new set of portraits of my family in Utah, along with a neighborhood fire. 

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Donna Karan, Financial Times

Posted by Brian Shumway on October 26, 2012 in Assignment | No Comments

I recently shot Donna Karan at home for the Financial Times. See the story here. From the story: At home: Donna Karan By Helen Chislett The fashion designer on how her late husband inspired her to ‘connect the dots’ When you walk into Donna Karan’s New York apartment, the first thing to greet you is […]

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Artist Samira Abbassy, Financial Times

Posted by Brian Shumway on October 10, 2012 in Assignment | 1 Comment

I recently shot a portrait of Iranian artist Samira Abbassy for the Financial Times in London. On almost every assignment, I shoot film, usually just for myself. I almost always like the film photographs better. So the above are two “outtakes” of film I shot and below is what ran in the newspaper. From the […]

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Literary Agent Ed Victor for Financial Times

Posted by Brian Shumway on August 24, 2012 in Assignment | No Comments

An At Home feature I shot of literary agent Ed Victor for the Financial Times at his property called Two Barns in Bridgehampton (story here). From the story: At home: Ed Victor By Shannon Bond The literary agent’s summer house in the Hamptons embodies his penchant for mixing business and leisure Ed Victor is on […]

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Elisa In Fishnet Body Suit & Heels on Bed

Posted by Brian Shumway on August 20, 2012 in Model | No Comments
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One-Eyed Jane

Posted by Brian Shumway on August 12, 2012 in Youth | No Comments

Jane (Sunlight). I-70, Utah County, Utah

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Rockland Palace Reincarnation Ball

Posted by Brian Shumway on August 5, 2012 in Uncategorized | No Comments
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Marsha In Tube Top & Stocking on Table

Posted by Brian Shumway on July 1, 2012 in Model | No Comments
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Tommy (Stick), New Jersey

Posted by Brian Shumway on June 12, 2012 in Family | No Comments
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Author Leland Pitts-Gonzalez

Posted by Brian Shumway on May 9, 2012 in Assignment | No Comments

A couple of images I like from my shoot with the super creative and cool Leland Pitts-Gonzalez for the book jacket and back cover of his upcoming novel, The Blood Poetry. Sounds like it’s going to be a good read!

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Street Work Issue 4

Posted by Brian Shumway on March 16, 2012 in Street Work | No Comments
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Review of True Men @ Photo-graph.org

Posted by Brian Shumway on March 8, 2012 in Project | No Comments

[expand title=”READ TEXT”]Keith Greenough wrote a nice review of True Men a few months ago: “The photographs are a compelling and sensitive display of men outside the traditional definition of True Men. The work is aesthetically strong. Whilst Shumway has maintained a common formal aesthetic, he has varied the poses and location of his subject […]

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Street Work Issue 3 – Ash Wednesday

Posted by Brian Shumway on March 4, 2012 in Street Work | No Comments

[expand title=”READ TEXT”]Last week, I took my new (errr, old) Nikon F3 out on the street, 5th Ave near St Patrick’s Cathedral, to do some testing. I began to see a lot of people with a black plus-looking chalk mark on their forehead. It took me a split-second to figure it out, because I’m not […]

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Street Work Issue 2

Posted by Brian Shumway on February 16, 2012 in Street Work | No Comments

[expand title=”READ TEXT”]I can literally say that this picture, of a father and son riding a tandem bicycle, is from one of the very first rolls of film I ever shot. In fact, it’s from the seventh. It was shot on my first camera, the Olympus OM-1. At the time, I would simply go out […]

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Happy Valley Featured on Kickstarter’s Blog

Posted by Brian Shumway on February 15, 2012 in Kickstarter | No Comments

[expand title=”READ TEXT”]Kickstarter likes the Happy Valley project so much they featured it on their blog. Have a look. [/expand]

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Street Work Issue 1

Posted by Brian Shumway on February 12, 2012 in Street Work | No Comments

[expand title=”READ TEXT”]Back in the day, I dabbled in street photography (and still do on rare occasion). Strangely, it’s work I’ve never shown. I recently went through some of the film and scanned a few that I remember loving when I first shot them. This first image I am showing was from a small series […]

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Utah, Summer 2012 Part 2

Posted by Brian Shumway on December 18, 2014 in Youth | No Comments

More new work from Utah, where suburbia never ends.

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