Germany’s Mesut Özil photographed by Freddie for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Styled by Markus Ebner.

Jessica Williams photographed by Carlota for The Wing.

Shane’s latest monograph ‘Still (Noon)’ launches this Thursday 7th June at Dashwood Books NYC from 6-8pm and is now available to pre-order.

The second in a series on New Orleans, Shane shoots the city’s Bayou St. John area for Curbed. The bayou’s relationship with New Orleans began in 1708 as traders searched for an easier way to ship goods to the city, and today holds some of the oldest residences in New Orleans.

Piczo was commissioned by NOWNESS to direct a new episode of their ‘High Tide’ series of short films, using light and shadow to evoke an ambiguous shadow play between two lovers.

A collaboration between Piczo and makeup artist Athena Paginton for Samaritans. The beauty project features an all-male cast to raise awareness around men’s mental health.

Juno’s new solo show ‘What to Do With a Million Years’ is now showing at TJ Boulting, London until 23rd June. 
For this new body of work, Juno discovered a peculiar location in Nevada, USA: the luxury Cold War bunker of Avon cosmetics founder Gerry Anderson built 26 feet underground in the 1960s.

Inspired by the curved walls of the Bubble Palace by Architect Antti Lovag, John and interior stylist Laura Fulmine have teamed up to create this series for the June issue of Wallpaper* Magazine.

Freddie shoots actor Ben Whishaw in the Masonic Temple of the Andaz Hotel for The Telegraph.

Shane was commissioned by Curbed to photograph the area and residents of Bywater, New Orleans. Today, Bywater is one of the city’s most beloved neighbourhoods, but there is much debate about its rapidly evolving future: Since the neighbourhood was nearly spared from Hurricane Katrina due to its relatively high elevation, new residents and developers have been attracted to its maintained architecture and low flood risk.

Nadav will be in conversation with Max Houghton at The National Portrait Gallery on Friday 11th May as a part of a Portraits and Philosophy Symposium.

Numéro Berlin issue 4 cover story shot by Carlota Guerrero. Art direction by Olga de la Iglesia.

Frederike Helwig for The Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin. Styled by Markus Ebner.

Chad has a new solo show at agnès b. Galerie Boutique, Hong Kong showing until 19th August.