Born in the Philippines, Cedric Angeles is dedicated to helping with the Typhoon Relief by selling his own prints though Intersection Photos, a boutique photo stock company that he co-founded with Brown Canon III. Intersection Photos carries an extensive catalog of Travel, Sports, Lifestyle, and Fashion imagery.
100% of sales will go directly to the families affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Cedric’s cousin, Renee Santos, will be organizing the survival kits bought with the money donated from the print sales. Renee is currently in the Philipines and has been actively volunteering since the Typhoon hit.
Please go here to purchase a print.
The New York City based event company Benchmarc Events, owned by Chef Marc Murphy, relaunched their website this week with a chic new look photographed by Cedric Angeles. Benchmarc Events is the parent company of Ditch Plains and Landmarc in Manhattan as well as the newest addition to the family, Kingside, in the Viceroy Hotel. The team really had a good time working on this one, see if you can spot some familiar faces! Click here for more »
Carly Rae Jepsen was an epic hit this past summer with the release of her song “Call Me Maybe.” The single went 5X platinum and sold more than 9 million copies.
Scott McDermott directs a short film about the making of “The Aksel Sign” and Let There Be Neon, a gallery and fabricator of custom neon signs in Tribeca. The film also introduces his new baby to the world, Aksel McDermott and was featured in an article in Motion Arts Pro Daily. Check it out here.
AND Congratulations to Scott and Olga!