Despite COVID-19 infections on the rise in California and an ongoing stay-at-home order in effect since March 19th, more than 2,500 demonstrators gathered in Huntington Beach, California, on May 1st to protest California Governor Gavin Newsom’s orders to keep beaches and non-essential businesses closed.
CLIENT: stern CRIME
ISSUE: #29 February/March 2020
SUBJECT: Marjorie Moon and the dine-and-dash date
PHOTO EDITORS: Angelika Hala, Andreas Kronawitt & Carolin Theilen
ART DIRECTOR: Felix Bringmann
SUBJECT: Collin Charles and Jerrod Black are Minus 2. They played in the NFL, now they make music.
PHOTO DEPARTMENT: Michaela Stout
WRITER: Moritz Hoffmann
The two friends Collin Charles and Jerrod Black are trying to find in music what evaded them during their time in the NFL: Appreciation, respect and maybe even love. They made the switch from the tough and relentless business of American football to the world of Californian beach raves, Gabba drummers and psychedelic vibes, which they record in Collins’ childhood room. But who knows, maybe being in the music business is just as difficult as it is out on the field. They are starting all over again, but this time they want to see it through to the end.
CLIENT: Employee Benefit Adviser
ISSUE: September 2019
SUBJECT: Rosario Avila and Andrew McNeil, senior benefits advisers at Arrow Benefits Group
HAIR & MAKE UP: Wallett
ART DIRECTOR: Neesha Haughton
CLIENT: Wall Street Journal
SUBJECT: A Forgotten Architectural Gem Rises in the California Desert – A mother-daughter team spent $1.345 million rescuing an abandoned Palm Springs home built by Albert Frey in 1935
PHOTO EDITOR: Allison Scott