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- Marcus Nilsson Seals the Deal with Bon Appetit!
- Lee Clower for Macys!!
- Lee Clower's Cover Story for Baby & Me!
- Fool-Proof Your Thanksgiving Meal with MSL and Marcus Nilsson!
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If you haven't picked up the latest issue of Town & Country, it's about time you did!
In it, images shot by JMI's very own Lee Clower accompany the story "A Tale of Three Cities," which follows one fashionable couple as they prepare (internationally) for their dream wedding.
Shot in Paris, London, and New York, the story is laid out beautifully in the magazine's March issue, out now.
Check the story out, below --- and for more of Lee Clower's work, be sure to visit the JMI site!
Our very own RITA THOMPSON made it into the National Geographic "Daily Dozen" -- not once, but TWICE in a row!!
It's that time of year again!
For many, the dawn of the new year brings with it a resolution for increased exercise and healthier eating habits. So, to help aid you in your quest, Real Simple, in its latest issue, offers up: the Super Bowl.
(And no, we're not referring to XLVIII...)
Out now, the magazine's article "Super Bowls," photographed by none other than Marcus Nilsson, showcases the art of creating the ultimate superfood salad, with key ingredients for sustaining energy and suppressing hunger.
Below, Marcus beautifully captures the food staff's tasty creations.
Be sure to pick up a copy of the magazine today to see Marcus' shots up close, and for more from the photographer, check out the JMI site!
If you haven't picked up the latest issue of Family Fun, it's about time you did!
On stands now, the February issue offers up a number of adorable, and (appropriately) Valentine's Day-themed articles that are sure to sweeten up your February!
Below, the story "Spread the Love" features photographs by the one and only Lucy Schaeffer, and showcases a number of cute, kid-friendly Valentine's crafts.
Check out Lucy's photos below, and for more from the JMI photographer, check out: www.jmireps.com!
The latest issue of GQ France dons some stellar photography by our very own Tom Watson.
Titled "Le Bordeaux," the 10-page fashion spread appearing in the latest Gentleman's Quarterly showcases various ways to style winter's "it" color.
Check out the story's photos below, and for more of Tom's fashion photography, be sure to visit www.jmireps.com!
'Tis the season for cocktail parties... but if you're a person who prefers to have your wine and drink it too, this may leave you at a particularly difficult crossroads.
...Unless, of course, you've picked up the latest issue of Black Ink.
In the magazine's Fall/Winter issue, the cover story, photographed by Marcus Nilsson, addresses the return of the "Wine Cocktail": a brilliant marriage of liquor, wine, and a number of other particularly thirst-quenching ingredients.
So whether you're partial to pinot or gin, Black Ink has you covered.
Check out Marcus' stellar drink shots below, and for more from the photographer, be sure to check out the JMI site at www.jmireps.com!
Marcus Nilsson's latest spread in Bon Appetit certainly gets our "Seal of Approval."
The photographer's aesthetically flawless food shots accompany a story in the magazine's latest issue that tackles "the 25 products you shouldn't cook (or drink, or snack, or bake) without."
Check out Marcus' images (together with Bon App's food frontrunners) below, and for more from Mr. Nilsson, visit his portfolio at: www.jmireps.com!
Just when we thought he couldn't get any better, JMI Photographer Lee Clower 'wowed' us with these amazing new pictures for MACY'S!
Below, Lee's playful kids' fashion shots (as well as a few behind-the-scenes images) are just the thing to get you in the holiday spirit!
Take a look at Lee's shots, below, and if you want more from the photographer - be sure to visit the JMI site!
if you don't know Lee Clower's name by now, it's about time you learned it!
The talented photographer has spent the year shooting ad campaigns and editorial spreads, alike... adding a number of polished pieces to his already memorable portfolio.
Here: one of the latest additions to Clower's creative repetoire.
Shot for the holiday issue of Baby & Me, London's premiere children's fashion editorial, Lee's photographs prove to be as debonair as the audience to which the magazine caters.
With Thanksgiving just two short days away, so begins the scramble to create the perfect holiday feast. So whether you're whipping up the whole meal yourself, or simply tasked with basting the bird, these kitchen tips from the November issue of Martha Stewart Living prove a necessary set of Thanksgiving Cliff Notes.
Photographed by Marcus Nilsson, the "Thanksgiving Edition" of the mag's monthly Kitchen Wisdom column incorporates everything there is to know about creating those picture-perfect (pun intended) Thanksgiving staples.
Pick up the latest issue for the full story, and for more of Marcus' drool-worthy food photography, visit the JMI site!