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International Women’s Day

Posted in Uncategorized, What's happening with the artists by K2Creative on March 8, 2017

To all women – near and far – we salute you.  Today and ALWAYS.  Photography by one hell of an amazing woman, Paula Parrish

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New, Sexy, and Gritty: Light & Denim, by Daniel Rosenthal

Posted in Agency News by K2Creative on August 26, 2015

Photographer Daniel Rosenthal is on fire.  Check out his latest shoot below.  HOT.  From Daniel:

“My aim for ‘Light and Denim’ was to shoot something unapologetic. Something with skin & expression & movement, & I feel like it’s one of those rare shoots that comes out pretty much as I had envisioned.

Photographer: Daniel Rosenthal @yellowlinephoto, Model: Sara Kelley @saragracekelley, HMU: Amanda Woods @amandabenhamwoods, Stylist: Kellie Levesque @fashionkellie

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Photographer Daniel Rosenthal fashion shoot in ADON Magazine

Posted in Uncategorized by K2Creative on April 2, 2015

Daniel Rosenthal’s CLIO Image Awards Ads are live!

Posted in Agency News, What's happening with the artists by K2Creative on March 25, 2015

Daniel Rosenthal’s Clio Image Awards ad campaigns are live!  Beautifully shot with lots of movement (illustrated by the talented Achraf Amiri, styled by Amy Auslander).  Well done, Daniel.  See more of his fashion and lifestyle work on our website:  www.k2creativemanagement.com

We’re so happy to have Daniel on our roster!

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What they shoot when they’re not shooting: PAULA PARRISH

Posted in Agency News, Uncategorized, What's happening with the artists by K2Creative on May 29, 2014

Paula Parrish is passionate about her art, and takes great pride in her process.  The one thing that trumps Paula’s love for photography is her love for her son.  So how does she see the world, when she’s not working?   Let’s take a look.

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The Case of the Missing Semicolon

Posted in Our Humble Opinions, Uncategorized, What's happening with the artists by K2Creative on October 9, 2013

There has got to be an easier way.

We’ve been working on our new website for what seems like years now.  Nothing went right from the beginning,  and we couldn’t grasp the concept of how the back-end system would work.  I know, I know – we have several options for how to go about dealing with the website and all the changes that come along with it.  We could hire someone to do our updates, to change each site section, add the rotating homepage imagery.

We, though, chose the hard way…the way that requires a lot of after hours work learning learning the ins and outs of the site ourselves.  Why, you ask?  Partially so we could get our updates done quickly, never having to wait on someone else to put up new work.  And partially because we insist we can do everything ourselves and don’t need any help.

Is this a mistake?  Maybe.  Probably.  And with that, I bring you the case of the missing semicolon.
Last night, I put up a fashion section for Bruce Soyez Bernard (yes, Bruce is now shooting fashion along with his beauty work and it’s gorgeous).  I patted myself on the back, and, with an aire of smugness, thought “Bam!  This isn’t so hard”.  And then I checked the  website, expecting to see a waify red-head wearing Dolce and Gabana staring at me.  Alas, nothing.  White screen.  And not just the fashion section – it appeared ALL of Bruce’s work was gone.

And so began 4 hours of my life I’ll never get back.  And the problem, discovered way past my bedtime?  A semicolon.  One friggin semicolon had been left out of the coding I added for the new section.

Don’t get me wrong…I was ecstatic (and humbled) when it finally worked.  But seriously – there has to be a better way to get imagery on a website.  I humbly welcome any ideas.

And in the meantime, check out some of Bruce’s new fashion work below.  Our new website will be out soon.  🙂

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