Curator for Adobe Stock Premium

Curator for Adobe Stock Premium

Adobe Stock Premium is a creative community product composed of a highly-curated collection of 200,000+ images from leading photographers and agencies to serve customers who need quality content with straightforward licensing plans. 

I joined the curation team three months before the public June 2016 launch to build an inventory of premium image content that maps to a purchase conversion funnel for ROI goals.

Since working at Adobe I have contributed to the curation process that supports the company's growth among market competitors. I’m responsible for curating contributor supplied images for a royalty free marketplace; collaborating with team members to align with goals, standards, and best practices; communicating feedback to contributors; and performing CMS workflows to publish image content.

Richard Avedon App for iPad, 2014

Richard Avedon App for iPad, 2014

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this iPad App project.

The Richard Avedon app for iPad is a rich photographic experience that explores Avedon’s work to understand his process and to differentiate between the object types in the Avedon archive.

Elsa Peretti Claw Image by Hiro, 2013

Elsa Peretti Claw Image by Hiro, 2013

I worked with digital processes in collaboration with Hiro, Elsa Peretti, and the primary stakeholders to enable their vision for this advertisement.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Elsa Peretti Candlesticks Image by Hiro, 2012

Elsa Peretti Candlesticks Image by Hiro, 2012

I worked with digital processes in collaboration with Hiro, Elsa Peretti, and the primary stakeholders to enable their vision for this advertisement.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Elsa Peretti Candlesticks Image by Hiro, 2012

Elsa Peretti Candlesticks Image by Hiro, 2012

I worked with digital processes in collaboration with Hiro, Elsa Peretti, and the primary stakeholders to enable their vision for this advertisement.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Elsa Peretti Candlesticks Image by Hiro, 2012

Elsa Peretti Candlesticks Image by Hiro, 2012

I worked with digital processes in collaboration with Hiro, Elsa Peretti, and the primary stakeholders to enable their vision for this advertisement.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Elsa Peretti Wave Necklace Image by Hiro, 2012

Elsa Peretti Wave Necklace Image by Hiro, 2012

I worked with digital processes in collaboration with Hiro, Elsa Peretti, and the primary stakeholders to enable their vision for this advertisement.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Elsa Peretti Bottle Pendant Image by Hiro, 2011

Elsa Peretti Bottle Pendant Image by Hiro, 2011

I worked with digital processes in collaboration with Hiro, Elsa Peretti, and the primary stakeholders to enable their vision for this advertisement.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Hiro, MFA Boston, Exhibition, December 12, 2015 - August 14, 2016

Hiro, MFA Boston, Exhibition, December 12, 2015 - August 14, 2016

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. This exhibition focused on a selection of Hiro’s fashion images that demonstrate how he applied his unique visual aesthetic to the work of fashion and jewelry.

The exhibition included the following images.

Tilly Tizzani with Blue Scarf, Antigua, West Indies, 1963

Image: 18-1/4” h x 13-5/8” w

Dye transfer

 

Foot Series #8 with Ant, New York, 1982

Image: 20” h x 15-1/8” w 

Archival pigment

 

Synchro-Energizer, New York, 1988

Image: 20” h x 14-1/2” w

Archival pigment

 

Akiko in Yellow Bathing Suit, Hawaii, 1965

Image: 20” h x 13-7/16” w

Archival pigment

 

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

Image: 39” h x 32-1/16” w

Archival pigment

 

Black Bathing Suits, Manzanillo, Mexico, 1985

Image: 20” h x 15-1/8” w 

Archival pigment

 

Tilly Tizzani with Acetate Visor, New York, 1966

Image: 16-1/8” h x 11-3/8” w 

Gelatin silver; mounted on board 23-5/8“ x 19-7/8“

 

Three Figures in Silk, New York, 1967

Image: 18-1/4” h x 13-5/8” w

Dye transfer

 

Alberta Tiburzi, New York, 1966

Image: 26” h x 18-3/8” w 

 Archival pigment

 

Rhinestone Necklace on Tattooed Back, Tokyo, Japan, 1962

Image: 15-11/16” h x 15-7/16” w

Dye transfer, print/flush mounted to board

 

Harry Winston Necklace, New York, 1963

Image: 19-13/16” h x 15-3/8” w

Dye transfer

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Necklace with Fish, New York, 1963

Image: 19-15/16” h x 15-3/8” w

Dye transfer

 

David Webb Jeweled Toad, New York, 1963

Image: 19-3/4” h x 15-5/16” w

Dye transfer; mounted on board 24 x 19-7/8 inches

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Bracelet with Green Snake, New York, 1963

Image: 19-13/16” h x 15-3/8” w 

Dye transfer

 

Hooded Coat by Cardin, Paris, 1966

Image: 20” h x 15-3/8” w

Archival pigment

 

Apollo Spaceflight Training Suits, Houston, Texas, 1978

Image: 21-1/2” h x 26-1/2” w

Dye transfer

 

Black Evening Dress in Flight, New York, 1963

Image: 26” h x 20-1/16” w

Archival pigment

 

Elsa Peretti Gold Bone Cuff, New York, 1984

Image: 26” h x 21” w

Archival pigment

 

Popping Pills, New York, 1972

Image: 19-3/4” h x 13” w

Dye transfer

 

Akiko in Rudi Gernreich Sheath, Bombay, India, 1966

Image: 20” h x 14-15/16” w 

Archival pigment

 

Boalum Light, White Sands, New Mexico, 1973

Image: 30-15/16” h x 46” w

Archival pigment

 

Staying Young Forever, New York, 1966

Image: 18-1/4” h x 13-1/2” w

Gelatin silver

 

Maria Beadeux, New York, 1974

Image: 20” h x 14-15/16” w

Archival pigment

 

Bodyscape, New York, 1971

Image: 31-3/4” h x 50” w

Archival pigment

Hiro, Hamiltons Gallery, London, January 22 - March 11, 2016

Hiro, Hamiltons Gallery, London, January 22 - March 11, 2016

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. This show focused on a selection of Hiro’s images that demonstrate his unique visual aesthetic across a range of genres.

The exhibition included the following printed images.

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

Image: 51-1/16” h x 42” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Harry Winston Necklace, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#1 in a series of 4 images

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Necklace with Fish, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-1/2” w

Pigment print

#2 in a series of 4 images

 

David Webb Jeweled Toad, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#3 in a series of 4 images

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Bracelet with Green Snake, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#4 in a series of 4 images

 

Black Evening Dress in Flight, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-5/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 18

 

Akiko in Rudi Gernreich Sheath, Bombay, India, 1966

Image: 16” h x 12” w

Pigment print

Edition of 18

 

Paper Shoes, New York, 1967

Image: 22-3/4” h x 36-5/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 7

 

James Galanos, Dresses, New York, 1969

Image: 50-13/16” h x 38-15/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Jerry Hall, Saint Martin, French West Indies, 1975

Image: 30” h x 21-1/2” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Two Geoffrey Beene Dresses, New York, 1967

Image: 13” h x 19-3/4” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 15

 

Salt Flats, Wendover, Utah, 1973

Image: 16” h x 11-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

The Rolling Stones, Sanibel Island, Florida, 1976

Image: 42” h x 62-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 10

 

Shinjuku Station, Tokyo, Japan, 1962

47” h x 210” w (overall)

7 gelatin silver prints, each 47” h x 3”0 w, flush-mounted to museum board

Edition of 6

 

Bodyscape, New York, 1971

Image: 22-3/4” h x 35-3/4” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Apollo 11, Maiden Voyage to the Moon, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 1969

Image: 38-1/8” h x 26-7/8” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 20

 

Apollo Spaceflight Training Suits, Houston, Texas, 1978

Image: 21-1/2” h x 26-1/2” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 18

 

Rhinestone Necklace on Tattooed Back, Tokyo, Japan, 1962

Image: 28” h x 21-3/4” w

Pigment print

Edition 6

 

Betta Splendens series

Image: 26-7/8” h x 38-1/8” w

Dye transfer prints

24 prints in series 

 

Jane Hitchcock in Sant’Angelo, New York, 1970

Image: 50-13/16” h x 37-7/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Marisa Berenson, Hat by Halston, New York, 1966

Image: 16” h x 12-1/2” w

Pigment print

Edition of 18

 

Tilly Tizzani with Acetate Visor, New York, 1966

Image: 13” h x 9-3/4” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 15

 

Concorde, Paris, France, 1977

Image: 22-15/16” h x 34-5/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Summer Reflection, Manzanillo, Mexico, 1985

Image: 16” h x 11-9/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Foot Series #6, New York, 1982

Image: 22-3/4” h x 33-3/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Foot Series #8 with Ant, New York, 1982

Image: 16” h x 12-1/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Tilly Tizzani with Blue Scarf, Antigua, West Indies, 1963

Image: 18-1/4” h x 13-5/8” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 25

 

Popping Pills, New York, 1972

Image: 19-3/4” h x 13” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 16

 

Synchro-Energizer, New York, 1988

Image: 16” h x 11-5/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, February 25 - April 16, 2016

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, February 25 - April 16, 2016

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. This show focused on a selection of Hiro’s images that demonstrate his unique visual aesthetic across a range of genres.

The exhibition included the following printed images.

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

Image: 51-1/16” h x 42” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Harry Winston Necklace, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#1 in a series of 4 images

Offered as a set. 4 sets available.

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Necklace with Fish, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-1/2” w

Pigment print

#2 in a series of 4 images

 

David Webb Jeweled Toad, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#3 in a series of 4 images

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Bracelet with Green Snake, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#4 in a series of 4 images

 

Black Evening Dress in Flight, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-5/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 18

 

Akiko in Rudi Gernreich Sheath, Bombay, India, 1966

Image: 16” h x 12” w

Pigment print

Edition of 18

 

Paper Shoes, New York, 1967

Image: 22-3/4” h x 36-5/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 7

 

James Galanos, Dresses, New York, 1969

Image: 50-13/16” h x 38-15/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Jerry Hall, Saint Martin, French West Indies, 1975

Image: 30” h x 21-1/2” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Two Geoffrey Beene Dresses, New York, 1967

Image: 13” h x 19-3/4” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 15

 

Salt Flats, Wendover, Utah, 1973

Image: 16” h x 11-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

The Rolling Stones, Sanibel Island, Florida, 1976

Image: 42” h x 62-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 10

 

Shinjuku Station, Tokyo, Japan, 1962

47” h x 210” w (overall)

7 gelatin silver prints, each 47” h x 30” w, flush-mounted to museum board

Edition of 6

 

Bodyscape, New York, 1971

Image: 22-3/4” h x 35-3/4” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Apollo 11, Maiden Voyage to the Moon, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 1969

Image: 38-1/8” h x 26-7/8” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 20

 

Apollo Spaceflight Training Suits, Houston, Texas, 1978

Image: 21-1/2” h x 26-1/2” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 18

 

Rhinestone Necklace on Tattooed Back, Tokyo, Japan, 1962

Image: 18” h x 14” w

Pigment print

Edition 6

 

Betta Splendens series

Image: 26-7/8” h x 38-1/8” w

Dye transfer prints

24 prints in series 

 

Koji Tatsuno, “Butterfly Flower Cape,” New York, 1992

Image: 50-13/16” h x 37-7/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Robotic Hand, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1986

Image: 22-3/4” h x 35-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Boalum Light, White Sands, New Mexico, 1973

Image: 22-3/4” h x 33-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Giancarlo Menotti, New York, 1963

Image: 12” h x 14-1/4” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 15

 

Sean Penn, New York, 1983

Image: 14-1/2” h x 14-1/2” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 17

 

Child 33, New York, 1996

Image: 15” h x 15” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 15

 

Child 29, New York, 1991

Image: 15” h x 15” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 15

 

Fighting Birds series

Image: 26-1/4” h x 34-3/4” w

Gelatin silver prints

26 images in the series

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, February 25 - April 16, 2016

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, February 25 - April 16, 2016

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. This show focused on a selection of Hiro’s images that demonstrate his unique visual aesthetic across a range of genres.

The exhibition included the following printed images.

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

Image: 51-1/16” h x 42” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Harry Winston Necklace, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#1 in a series of 4 images

Offered as a set. 4 sets available.

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Necklace with Fish, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-1/2” w

Pigment print

#2 in a series of 4 images

 

David Webb Jeweled Toad, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#3 in a series of 4 images

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Bracelet with Green Snake, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-3/8” w

Pigment print

#4 in a series of 4 images

 

Black Evening Dress in Flight, New York, 1963

Image: 16” h x 12-5/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 18

 

Akiko in Rudi Gernreich Sheath, Bombay, India, 1966

Image: 16” h x 12” w

Pigment print

Edition of 18

 

Paper Shoes, New York, 1967

Image: 22-3/4” h x 36-5/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 7

 

James Galanos, Dresses, New York, 1969

Image: 50-13/16” h x 38-15/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Jerry Hall, Saint Martin, French West Indies, 1975

Image: 30” h x 21-1/2” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Two Geoffrey Beene Dresses, New York, 1967

Image: 13” h x 19-3/4” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 15

 

Salt Flats, Wendover, Utah, 1973

Image: 16” h x 11-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

The Rolling Stones, Sanibel Island, Florida, 1976

Image: 42” h x 62-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 10

 

Shinjuku Station, Tokyo, Japan, 1962

47” h x 210” w (overall)

7 gelatin silver prints, each 47” h x 30” w, flush-mounted to museum board

Edition of 6

 

Bodyscape, New York, 1971

Image: 22-3/4” h x 35-3/4” w

Pigment print

Edition of 8

 

Apollo 11, Maiden Voyage to the Moon, Cape Canaveral, Florida, 1969

Image: 38-1/8” h x 26-7/8” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 20

 

Apollo Spaceflight Training Suits, Houston, Texas, 1978

Image: 21-1/2” h x 26-1/2” w

Dye transfer print

Edition of 18

 

Rhinestone Necklace on Tattooed Back, Tokyo, Japan, 1962

Image: 18” h x 14” w

Pigment print

Edition 6

 

Betta Splendens series

Image: 26-7/8” h x 38-1/8” w

Dye transfer prints

24 prints in series 

 

Koji Tatsuno, “Butterfly Flower Cape,” New York, 1992

Image: 50-13/16” h x 37-7/8” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Robotic Hand, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1986

Image: 22-3/4” h x 35-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Boalum Light, White Sands, New Mexico, 1973

Image: 22-3/4” h x 33-13/16” w

Pigment print

Edition of 6

 

Giancarlo Menotti, New York, 1963

Image: 12” h x 14-1/4” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 15

 

Sean Penn, New York, 1983

Image: 14-1/2” h x 14-1/2” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 17

 

Child 33, New York, 1996

Image: 15” h x 15” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 15

 

Child 29, New York, 1991

Image: 15” h x 15” w

Gelatin silver print

Edition of 15

 

Fighting Birds series

Image: 26-1/4” h x 34-3/4” w

Gelatin silver prints

26 images in the series

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life.

This show featured two of Hiro's iconic images. 

The Rolling Stones, Sanibel Island, Florida, 1976

Image: 42" h x 62-13/16" w

Pigment print

 

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

Image: 51-1/16" h x 42" w

Pigment print

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life.

This show featured two of Hiro's iconic images. 

The Rolling Stones, Sanibel Island, Florida, 1976

Image: 42" h x 62-13/16" w

Pigment print

 

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

Image: 51-1/16 h x 42 w inches

Pigment print

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery, Paris Photo, November 12-15, 2015

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life.

This show featured two of Hiro's iconic images. 

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

Image: 51-1/16" h x 42" w

Pigment print

 

The Rolling Stones, Sanibel Island, Florida, 1976

Image: 42 h x 62-13/16 w inches

Pigment print

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery Exhibition, New York, Summer 2015

Hiro, Pace/MacGill Gallery Exhibition, New York, Summer 2015

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. This show featured one of Hiro's iconic images.

French Vogue, Black Bathing Suits, Manzanillo, Mexico, 1985

Image: 16” h x 12-1/2” w

Pigment print

Hiro, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Model as Muse, May 6–August 9, 2009

Hiro, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Model as Muse, May 6–August 9, 2009

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. This show featured one of Hiro's iconic images with and without type.

Marisa Berenson, Hat by Halston, Harper’s Bazaar, February 1966

Hiro, The J. Paul Getty Museum Acquisition, May 2012

Hiro, The J. Paul Getty Museum Acquisition, May 2012

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this fine art print exhibition project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. This exhibition focused on a selection of Hiro’s fashion images that demonstrate how he applied his unique visual aesthetic to the work of fashion and jewelry.

The acquisition included the following 14 images and 4 images on loan.

 

Akiko in Rudi Gernreich Sheath, India, 1966

archival pigment

 

Beauty in Strength, July 1964 (David Webb Lion Head Bracelet)

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Black Bathing Suits, Manzanillo, Mexico, 1985

archival pigment

 

Black Evening Dress in Flight, New York, 1963

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Bodyscape, New York, 1971

archival pigment

 

David Webb Jeweled Toad, New York, 1963

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Harry Winston Necklace, New York, 1963

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Kelly Stewart, New York, 1994

archival pigment

 

Maria Beadeux, New York, 1974

c-print and archival pigment

 

Marisa Berenson, Hat by Halston, Harper’s Bazaar Cover, 1966

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Three Figures in Silk, New York, 1967

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Tilly Tizzani with Blue Scarf, Antigua, W.I. 1963

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Bracelet with Green Snake, New York, 1963

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

Van Cleef & Arpels Necklace with Fish, New York, 1963

dye transfer and archival pigment

 

The following four images were on loan.

 

Alberta Tibuzzi with Neon Necklace, Paris, 1967

gelatin silver and archival pigment

 

Alberta Tibuzzi with Jersey Helmet, New Mexico, 1966

 gelatin silver and archival pigment

 

Elsa Peretti Gold Bone Cuff, New York, 1984

archival pigment

 

Hanae Mori Fashion, New York, 1989

gelatin silver and archival pigment

Halston: Inventing American Fashion, 2014

Halston: Inventing American Fashion, 2014

This book features a selection of Hiro’s advertising and reportage images that depict Halston's era. I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to transfer these images from the original materials into this book.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Dior by Avedon, 2015

Dior by Avedon, 2015

Richard Avedon’s most indelible images of Dior fashions and portraits from the 1940s through the ’70s, including many never-before-published photographs.

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this book project.

 

Dior by Avedon, 2015

Dior by Avedon, 2015

Richard Avedon’s most indelible images of Dior fashions and portraits from the 1940s through the ’70s, including many never-before-published photographs.

I worked in collaboration with the primary stakeholders to achieve curation goals and to manage the digital operations for this book project.

Harper's Bazaar, February 2013, Photographs by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, February 2013, Photographs by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable his photographic vision for this fashion story by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, February 2013, Photographs by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, February 2013, Photographs by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable his photographic vision for this fashion story by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, February 2013, Photographs by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, February 2013, Photographs by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable his photographic vision for this fashion story by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, November 2014, Photographs by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, November 2014, Photographs by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable his photographic vision for this fashion story by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, November 2014, Photographs by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, November 2014, Photographs by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable his photographic vision for this fashion story by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, November 2014, Photographs by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, November 2014, Photographs by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable his photographic vision for this fashion story by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Newsweek, November 2011, Steve Jobs 1984, Photograph by Hiro

Newsweek, November 2011, Steve Jobs 1984, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Vogue Paris, November 2011, Jerry Hall 1975, Photograph by Hiro

Vogue Paris, November 2011, Jerry Hall 1975, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, July 2012, Jewelry 1964, Photograph by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, July 2012, Jewelry 1964, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, July 2012, Aileen Mehle 1967, Photograph by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, July 2012, Aileen Mehle 1967, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, August 2012, Beauty 1962, Photograph by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, August 2012, Beauty 1962, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, May 2014, Gold Watch 1986, Photograph by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, May 2014, Gold Watch 1986, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar, August 2014, Popping Pills 1972, Photograph by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar, August 2014, Popping Pills 1972, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar Japan, January 2015, Jewelry 1968, Photograph by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar Japan, January 2015, Jewelry 1968, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar Japan, November 2014, Fashion 1963, Photography by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar Japan, November 2014, Fashion 1963, Photography by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro and the primary stakeholders to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations for this project.

Hiro (born in 1930) is known for his distinctively conceived and precisely realized images across a range of subjects including fashion, portraiture, and still life. 

Harper's Bazaar Japan, January 2015, 1949 Photograph by Richard Avedon

Harper's Bazaar Japan, January 2015, 1949 Photograph by Richard Avedon

I worked in collaboration with The Richard Avedon Foundation to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations.

Harper's Bazaar Japan, January 2015, Photograph by Hiro

Harper's Bazaar Japan, January 2015, Photograph by Hiro

I worked in collaboration with Hiro to enable this rights managed use by managing the digital operations.

​​​​​​​Interior Design

​​​​​​​Interior Design

Interior Design is the leading global trade magazine for the interior design, architectural, and facility management audiences.

The digital production manager unexpectedly took leave and through a referral I was hired to take his place and prepare the digital image assets for the magazine’s successful print run of the October 2013 issue.