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Jan 05,2016
Cooking With Glasshouse Images



Check out our latest cookbook.

"People who love to eat are always the best people" Julia Child // photo by Glasshouse contributor Jeff Padrick.


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Feb 25,2015
You Are All Invited!



Tonight, we'll be sponsoring a very special event on behalf of Cycle for Survival. Please join us at Bongo in the West Village for cocktails, food, live music and more importantly, help us raise money for research and clinical trials to fight rare forms of cancer.


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Nov 13,2014
OLD AGE IS FOR THE BIRDS



With Veterans Day having just passed, we felt it appropriate to give our appreciation to those of the Greatest Generation and the Baby Boom-our fathers, mothers, grandfathers and grandmothers. They're our link to the past, and the reason we're here. The upcoming holidays are a great time to cherish those relationships. Our patriarchs and matriarchs are the tellers of great stories, the makers of the best family recipes, and the givers of the best hugs. Respect your elders.


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Sep 23,2014
Justin Hill Image Selected for Book Cover



Glasshouse Images stock contributor Justin Hill has been featured on the cover of Barbara Fradkin's novel, Tote Spur


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Sep 04,2014
Apple Talk With Zachary Maxwell Stertz



 

Join us on September 4th at the Apple Store in Grand Central Terminal where Zachary Maxwell Stertz will be speaking at an Apple Talk. We are excited to once again collaborate with the Apple team who have hosted several of our artists in the past.

Zachary specializes in portraiture, music, and dance photography and has shot images for Carolina Ballet, Manhattan Theater Club, and the New York Times. He’s also created advertising for TV shows on HGTV, the History Channel, and more. Zachary will be discussing his work and share how he made a name for himself in the crowded world of photography. You can learn more at the event here and RSPV here.

September 4th
7:00 PM
Apple Store, Grand Central
45 Grand Central Terminal
New York, NY 10017


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Apr 04,2014
William Koechling



Glasshouse stock contributor William Koechling Photography has an image on the cover of Elaine Hussey's 'La Petite Fille de la Rue Maple' in France!


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Apr 03,2014
Book Cover



One of our newer stock contributors, FOTOGRAFIA-JulioCalvo, has an image on the cover of Guillaume Musso's French-language novel 'Central Park'


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Apr 01,2014
Summer Lull



BOSTON-AREA FRIENDS: Glasshouse Images stock contributor Alysia Macaulay's new photography show, Summer Lull, will open on Saturday, April 12th at French + Italian in Marblehead, MA.

 


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Aug 08,2013
Glasshouse on Front of International Bestsellers



From the U.S. to Germany, these three bestselling novels all feature images from Glasshouse contributors on their covers.

Answering a call that summons her to a stranger's deathbed, a reluctant Sophie Shepard is too late to hear what he was so anxious to tell her. With the help of Dr. Drew McCarren, Sophie begins to dig into her past, setting off a chain of events that chills the quiet town of Clearfield, Virginia to its roots.

Something About Sophie.  

 

In his new book Martin Zoller wants to inspire readers to interpret their own soul language better. He explains that every soul sends out signals to better perceive the unconscious and be prepared for life events. From experiences of his own daily work, Martin Zoller wants to show how mediumship and clairvoyance can be effectively used in everyday life. 

Glasshouse photographer Blake Fitch is featured on the cover of German novel Dichter, Denker, Schulversager, 

written by Jörg Dräger.    


Translated from German: Poets, Thinkers, School Failures

Jörg Dräger argues that the modern German education system has failed due to its dependence on traditional values and ignorance to the illiteracy of many of its people. "One in five young people in Germany cannot read, write, or count... in no other industrial country in the academic success of a child is so dependent on origin and educational level of parents like us.” Through his book,Dräger emphasizes the dire need for educational reform and proposes viable ways in which to do so.

 

 

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Aug 08,2013
Images Grace the Covers of Bestselling Novels!



Glasshouse Images stock contributors have been featured on the covers of an array of current bestselling novels.
 
An image by Glasshouse Images stock contributor Heather Walsh is featured on the cover of bestselling author Susanne Alleyn’s new book, The Cavalier of the Apocalypse.
 
Following two mystery novels set in the aftermath of the French Revolution, Game of Patience (2006) and A Treasury of Regrets (2007), The Cavalier of the Apocalypse reveals the riveting story of the series sleuth, Aristide Ravel, as he becomes as detective in 1786 France. For a more in- depth look at the novel and the photographer who shot the cover, check out our blog post about it here.
 
Kurt Arrigo Photography's sailboats grace the hardcover of Clyde Ford's Whiskey Gulf
(Published by Perseus Books Group)
 
After a sailboat drifts into a “live-fire” naval exercise area known as Whiskey Gulf, it is never heard from again. Maritime private investigator Charlie Noble is asked to discover what happened to the couple aboard. Riveting with action and suspense and set in the stunning wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, Whiskey Gulf is a story about unlocking secrets from the past that some people would rather keep concealed.
 
An image from our distinguished Noll Images collection lays the foundation for the paperback cover of Graham Joyce's The Silent Land! (featured left)
 
When Jake and Zoe are buried under a flash avalanche while skiing in the French Pyrenees, they miraculously dig their way out from under the snow—only to discover the world they knew has been overtaken by an eerie and absolute silence. With no phones and the village evacuated, the young married couple begin to witness strange, unsettling events neither one can ignore. And as the days wear on, they are forced to confront frightening possibilities as they attempt to survive and escape the silent land they now inhabit.
 
The Washington Post calls The Silent Land “brave and ultimately heartbreaking… a classic in the making.”

 


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Aug 08,2013
Glasshouse Contributor Featured in NY Times



Glasshouse contributor Robert Herman is featured in The New YorkTimes Lens Blog!  

"Robert Herman’s New York is a solitary place, where isolated individuals meet the elements on empty streets or subway platforms. Mr. Herman , 57, came to New York in 1976 to study filmmaking and soon found his calling in photography, wandering the city with a camera and a supply of Kodachrome film that captured the oversaturated reds and blues he saw around him..."  Check out the full article here!


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Aug 05,2013
Our Images Featured on Foreign Book Covers!



Having their images on these book covers doesn't just mean national coverage for these photographers.  Here are a few books (published in foreign countries) that have chosen our images for their covers.

 

Maryse Vaillant's Les Hommes, L'amour, La Fidélité

Publisher: Le Livre de Poche
Photographer: Chris Leschinsky

Maryse Vaillant is a psychologist who wrote Les Hommes, L'amour, La Fidélité (which translates to Men, Love, and Fidelity) to discuss how infidelity affects marriage.  Chris Leschinsky's image of a women riding a bike is one of the images chosen to appear on the cover of this French book. 

A.S. King's Please Don't Hate Me

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Publisher: Arena
Photographer: Rob Casey

Please Don't Hate Me is the German version of the American novel, Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King.  The novel is about a young girl coping with the death of her best friend.

 

The cover is a photo by Rob Casey and is also featured on the cover of another book published in France and featured below. 

Françoise Bourdin's Les Bois de Battandière

Publisher: Pocket
Photographer: Rob Casey

Bourdin writes about the struggles a widow must go through to keep the family business alive after her first husband passes away.


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Aug 05,2013
More Covers for Glasshouse!



Quite a few of our stock images have been chosen to appear on the cover of some hit new books.

Here are a few to look out for:

 

Author William Landay's Defending Jacob

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Publisher: Delacorte Press

Photographer: Alberto Guglielmi

Not only is Landay's latest novel a critical success, but Warner Bros. recently announced that they had acquired the rights to the film!  It has also been rumored that Harry Potter screenwriter, Steve Kloves, will write and direct Landay's suspenseful thriller.  This is definitely one that cannot be overlooked, especially with photographer, Alberto Guglielmi‘s work on the cover!

Read Book Review Here.

 

Niccolo Ammaniti's Me and You

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Publisher: Black Cat

Photographer: Aline Smithson

Prior to his latest release, Ammaniti was predominately known in Italy; it was not until Me and You that he began to be recognized around the world.  His latest novel has become an international bestseller, and has already been made into a film by director Bernardo Bertolucci, who premiered it at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.  The book cover features photographer, Aline Smithson‘s image.

Read Book Review Here.

 

Vanessa Gebbie's The Cowards Tale

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Publisher: Bloomsbury USA

Photographer: Sophie Molin

Gebbie, known for her short stories, writes her first novel about a young boy visiting his grandmother in a southern Welsh town.  Praised for its prose, the story takes a turn when the young boy encounters a beggar who begins to tell him stories about everyone in town.  Sophie Molin‘s photograph is featured on the cover.

Read Book Review Here.

 

Judy Blume's Then Again, Maybe I Won't

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Publisher: Delacorte Press

Photographer: Elisabet Zeilon

This classic still has its same old charm, but is sporting a new cover photo by Elisabet Zeilon.  Blume has sold over 75 million copies of her books and is known in the literary world for her young adult novels that center around the struggles of growing up. 


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Aug 05,2013
Another Book Cover for Glasshouse!



This time Joel Rhodin’s photograph has been chosen to be on the cover of Schlechtes Chile, a novel by author Joe R. Lansdale.  Lansdale is a devoted horror-fiction author, who has been honored with eight Bram Stoker awards (an award that has been compared to a Pullitzer Prize!)


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Aug 05,2013
Exciting News from Aline Smithson!



Glasshouse Images' stock contributor Aline Smithson has a handful of exciting exhibitions, workshops and awards taking place in the next few months. Being selected by the Griffin Museum of Photography, Aline will receive the Rising Star Award at the Focus Awards. Not only is Aline Smithson one of the Keynote speakers at the Flash Forward Festival, she is exhibiting a solo show of Arrangement in Green and Black, Photographs of the Photographer's Mother on June 8th. On June 2nd at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art opens the Portrayal/Betrayal exhibition where Aline Smithson's photograph Fur will be included. On April 12th at the Panopticon Gallery in Boston, she has 8 photographs included in the group exhibition titled Child's Play. If your around the area have a chance to take part of one of the workshops Aline is teaching at Santa Fe Photo workshops, Julia Dean Photo Workshops, Filter Photo Festival or Photo Nola. Check out all of Aline Smithson's work and the rest of the Glasshouse Stock Contributors!


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Aug 05,2013
Jason Langer Exhibits at Wessel + O'Connor Galler



Glasshouse Images' stock contributor Jason Langer is exhibiting a body of work entitled “Male Figure Studies 2002 – 2012″ at Wessel + O'Connor Gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey. The exhibition takes place March 31 – May 27, 2012. His images promote the viewer to notice the mood and feelings from the  constructed shapes and gestures created by the figures. These abstracted figures in simplified open spaces compel the audience for their own interpretation.


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Aug 05,2013
Animal Realm



 

Glasshouse Images’ stock contributor James Gritz is attempting to fund a new book of 20 years of wildlife and underwater photography. 10% of profits will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund. Help him out!

 


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Aug 05,2013
Saul Robbins Group Exhibition at MICA in Baltimore



Glasshouse Images‘ Stock contributor Saul Robbins was one of the eleven artists included in Baltimore’s MICA group exhibition. In Saul Robbins series “Initial Intake" he investigates the office surroundings of Manhattan-based psychotherapy professionals.


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Aug 05,2013
Leipziger Bookfair Prize



Another book cover for Glasshouse Images. This time German publisher Rowohlt Berlin chose one of our images to illustrate the cover of German author Wolfgang Herrndorf’s latest book titled Sand. Sand is a non-fiction book which recently won the Leipziger Bookfair Prize in Germany.




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Aug 05,2013
Stephen Sheffield in Panopticon Gallery Group Show



Glasshouse Images stock contributor Stephen Sheffield is participating in a group exhibition called "What's in a Face" at Panopticon Gallery based in Boston. The group exhibition will open on March 2nd, 2012 and remain on display until April 10th, 2012. The show exhibits an array of photographers and artists exploring the numerous uses of portraiture by going beyond the reality that exists on the surface. 


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Aug 05,2013
Kat Kiernan Included in Photo Boite



Glasshouse Images newly added stock contributor, Kat Kiernan, has been included in Photo Boite's 30 under 30 Women in Photography 2012. Check out her inspiring aquatic vision and the rest of Glasshouse Images photographers and collections!


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Aug 05,2013
Glasshouse Images Named Best Boutique Agency



12/06/2011

The digital media buyers community ranks Glasshouse Images #1 in their list of best boutique agencies.


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Aug 02,2013
Fall 2011 Photography News