Jimmy Spithill, the 34 year old Skipper of Oracle Team USA, sails in the buff for ESPN magazine and our hair/makeup artist Tamara Brown was there for the spectacle.
The sixth annual body issue captures 22 athletes doing what they do best in their birthday suits. Hands down to Jimmy though, this guy swam in the 45 degree San Francisco bay water, nude, nuff said.
Plus, with the behind the scenes gallery from each photo shoot you can catch a glimpse of Jimmy diving into the bay as well as bundled up and trying to get warm after his swim.
photos of by Steven Lippman
Elizabeth Holmes, CEO of Theranos, graces the June 12, 2014 cover of Fortune magazine.
Their headline is a perfect pun since Holmes is the inventor of a system that can run as many as 70 diagnostic tests on the amount of blood obtained by pricking a finger.Those with needle phobia can now rejoice!
We’re also thinking the Jobs-esque black mock turtleneck might just be a silicon valley sign of success since Theranos is now worth more than $9 billion. She may be out for blood but she’s bringing in the big bucks!
Hair and Makeup by the talented Tamara Brown.
Photo by the prolific Joe Pugliese.
Happy Birthday America!
You will be 238 years young tomorrow and this throwback Thursday lends itself perfectly to sharing this incredible representation of the American flag in honor of Independence Day.
This fabulous still life is comprised of a multitude of wallets that were sourced and styled by prop stylist Hiroshi Yoshida and photographed by Dwight Eschliman for TIME magazine.
Now go dip into your wallets, buy some fireworks and celebrate!
Megan Kelley styles wardrobe for Google Nexus with photographer Daniel Blom of Nouvelle Vague agency.
Throwing back to February 2014 and the cover of Shots magazine featuring PJ Pereira of Pereira & O’Dell, photographed by Chad Riley.
This was a fun project for hair/makeup artist Tamara Brown who thought she was going to be styling his hair as if he was a mad scientist, PJs original idea for the shoot. Being that is guy is an idea factory, of course he had more under his sleeve.
The new idea that ended up on the cover was inspired by the Dexter TV series. Here PJ’s new persona is seen is killing his old one. Arriving with long locks, they photographed the corpse shot, then Tamara cut and coiffed so they could photograph the killer shot.
Haircuts and fake murder collages, all in a days work!
Prop stylist James Whitney and photographer Karl Nielson combined creative efforts to make these life-like product shots influenced by enjoying the outdoors and mountain biking.
Actress Willa Holland, from the TV show Arrow, styled by Megan Kelley and photographed by Jaesung Lee for the current issue of contentMode magazine.
We love that she considers In-N-Out Burger “amazing food.” One of us here at Artist Untied grew up on it and wholeheartedly agrees!
A big thank you to Vanity Fair for calling on us to help them style and groom Gap CEO Glenn Murphy and employees from Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, and Athleta.
A portrait of Glenn and 2 dozen employees, who will benefit from his decision to pay at least $10 an hour beginning in 2015, is featured in the June 2014 issue.
Photographed by Jonas Fredwall Karlsson at The Gap in The Westfield Valley Fair Mall, in Santa Clara, California.
Styling by Danny O’Neill
Grooming/Hair/Makeup by Rebecca Butz