Posts by: Heidi Volpe

The Daily Edit – Monday
4.9.12

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Food & Wine

Creative Director: Stephen Scoble
Director of Photography: Fredrika Stjarne
Art Director: Courtney Waddell Eckersley
Deputy Photo Editor: Anthony LaSala 

Photographer: Paul Costello

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The Daily Edit – Friday
4.6.12

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ESPN

Creative Director, Print and Digital Media: John Korpics
Senior Director, Photography: Karen Frank
Art Directors: ­ Mike Leister, Marne Mayer, John Yun
Senior Deputy Photo Editor: ­ Nancy Weisman
Deputy Photo Editor: ­ Jim Surber
Senior Photo Editor: ­ Kristine LaManna

Photographer: John Huet

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The Daily Edit – Thursday
4.5.12

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GQ

Design Director: Fred Woodward
Creative Director: Jim Moore
Photography Director: Dora Somosi
Art Director: Thomas Alberty
Senior Photo Editor: Krista Prestek

Photographer: Christian Anwander

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The Daily Edit – Wednesday
4.4.12

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W

Creative Director: Alex Gonzales
Design Director: Anton Ioukhnovets
Photography Director: Caroline Wolfe
Art Director: Anna E. Davidson-Evans
Photo Editor: Jaqueline Bates

Photographer: Craig McDean

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The Daily Edit – Monday
4.2.12

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The Red Bulletin

Chief Photo Editor: Fritz Schuster
Creative Photo Director: Susie Forman
Deputy Photo Editors: Valerie Rosenburg, Catherine Shaw,  Rudolf Ubelhor,
Creative Director: Erik Turek
Art Director: Kasimir Reimann

Photographer: Palani Mohan

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The Daily Edit – Friday
3.30.12

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Runner’s World

Design Director: Kory Kennedy
Deputy Art Director: Marc Kauffman
Photo Editor: Andrea Maurio
Associate Photo Editor:
Renee Keith

Photographer (first image): Trevor Dixon
Photographer (second image): Michael Lewis

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The Daily Edit – Tuesday
3.27.12

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Oprah

Creative Director: Adam  Glassman
Photo Director: Katherine Schad
Art Director: Jaspal Riyait
Deputy Photo Director: Christina Weber

Photographer: Todd Marshard

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The Daily Edit – Monday
3.26.12

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Runner’s World

Design Director: Kory Kennedy
Deputy Art Director: Marc Kauffman
Photo Editor: Andrea Maurio
Associate Photo Editor: Renee Keith

Photographer: Adam Voorhes

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The Daily Edit – Friday
3.23.12

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Harper’s Bazzar

Creative Director: Stephen Gan
Design Director: Elizabeth Hummer
Photography + Bookings Editor: Zoe Bruns
Associate Art Director: Gary Ponzo
Senior Photo + Bookings Editor: Barbara Tomassi

Photographer: Liu Bolin, making of (here).

 

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The Daily Edit – Thursday
3.22.12

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Real Simple

Creative Director: Janet Froelich
Art Director: Joele Cuyler
Photo Director: Casey Tierney
Photo Editor: Lauren Reichbach Epstein
Associate Photo Editor: Brain Madigan

Photographer: Nigel Cox

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The Daily Edit – Wednesday
3.21.12

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Essence

Creative Director: Greg Monfries
Art Director: Rodney Allen Trice
Associate Art Directors: Rashida Morgan-Brown, Pinda D. Romain
Photo Editor: Deborah Boardley
Associate Photo Editor: Tracey Woods

Photographer: Marc Baptiste

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The Daily Edit – Monday
3.19.12

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Sports Illustrated

Director of Photography: Steve Fine
Creative Director: Christopher Hercik
Art Directors: Craig Gartner, Edward P. Truscio

Photographer: Derek Kettela

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The Daily Edit – Friday
3.16.12

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Marie Claire

Creative Director: Suzanne Sykes
Design Director: Kristin Fitzpatrick
Photography Director: Caroline Smith
Associate Art Director: Shannon Casey
Photo Editor: Lucy Fox 

Photographer: Tesh

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The Daily Edit – Thursday
3.15.12

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Maxim

Creative Director: Paul Martinez
Director of Photography: Andrea Volbrecht
Art Director: Paul Scirecalabrisotto
Associate Art Director: David Zamdmer
Photo Editor: Jane Seymour

Photographer: Andrew Hetherington

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Heidi: How long did the shoot take, was it like a frat party?
Andrew: The shoot happened back in December at the Maxim office right before the holidays so there was a very festive atmosphere as you could imagine. Staff, invited guests and Maxim girls took part. The shoot took most of the day, as did the build. We did three main set ups; beginning, middle and end of the process as well as some reportage of the behind the scenes goings on. There were just as many people behind the camera as in front at times.

You can see a time lapse here

How many of those cans of beer did they drink on set?
Hard to say, but probably close to 1000 on and off set. There were 365 cans in the Beeramid itself.

Was it hard to build the can pyramid, it doesn’t look like it ever fell over and got restacked, is that right?
The photo editor Jane Seymour and her crew took care of the build. Jane worked with Art Director Paul Scirecalabrisotto in advance and he designed a diagram that illustrated what cans should be in what row, and where their placement should be depending on size (there were probably about 10 different sizes the cans), how many cans would be in each row and how many rows in the pyramid. The can’s were empty and stuck together with hot glue. It was pretty solid and never fell over. The Beeramid is still up to this day, on display in their front entrance. It’s quite a piece; almost 12 feet wide, 10 feet high. Worth the pilgrimage for any beer lover.

What’s your favorite canned beer?
I gotta say I really enjoy a cold canned Negra Modelo Especial at the moment from the can or a Guinness poured into a glass.

 

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