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USA

 

Friend and Johnson 

244 5th Ave Suite D-146
New York, NY 10001

www.friendandjohnson.com

EAST / Simone Friend
Tel:  212.337.0055
sfriend@friendandjohnson.com

WEST/ Beth Johnson
Tel: 415.927.4500
bjohnson@friendandjohnson.com

 

ASIA

 

D ArTista - Creative Talent Rep

China Shanghai Hongkou Distric
No.355 Chang Yang Road Unit 1608 (200082)

Tan Detong
detong@d-artista.com

www.d-artista.com

Tel:  +86(021) 5557 1705 (China)
Tel:  +65 665 228 81 (Singapore)

EDITORIAL

 

Studio

315 West 39th st #10
New York, NY 10018

Lucas Zarebinski
lucas@lucaszarebinski.com

t. 917.399.0196

FACEBOOK  /  INSTAGRAM

 

SYNDICATION

The Licensing Project

 

CLIENTS

 

Bath & Body Works
Chipotle
DDB
Geometry
Harpens Collins
IBM
Johannes Leonardo
McGarryBowen
Oscar Mayer
Pepsico
Stuart Weitzman
Sony
Target
Trident
Unilever
VH1
VSA Partners
Walrus
Westin Hotels


Bicycling
Billboard
Bloomberg Markets
Boston Magazine
Brides
Budget Travel
Details
Entertainment Weekly
Esquire
Field and Stream
Fitness
Glamour
Inc.
In Style
Los Angeles Magazine
Los Angeles Times Magazine
Men's Journal
Men's Fitness
Men's Health
Money
New York Times Magazine
Outside
Parents
People
Prevention
Rachael Ray EveryDay
Runner's World
Scientific American
Self
Shape
Time
Outside

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIO

I grew up in Bielsko Biala, Poland, a small city famous for goose down comforters. Its about an hour from Krakow. When I was a kid, I ate a lot of potatoes and cabbage. I am the oldest of 4 boys. My dad, Leszek, liked to make pickles in the basement and watch soccer. My mom, Danuta, loved to cook. She made blueberry pierogis and red beet soup. My favorite was farmer's cheese mixed with sardines. Bread is optional. She loved to travel and she would take us out of town on the weekends.

When I was 17, I dated an artsy blond girl named Olga who was a photographer. I always wanted to be an artist but I was horrible at drawing.In the few months I was around her, I realized that I had a knack for still life photography. That pretty much sums up how I became a photographer.

I moved to Michigan when I was 20, got a degree in Fine Arts and Photography while I parked cars at night and learned English from my 3 roommates. Fast forward 10 years later. I live in New York permanently and create images for a living.

I love creating conceptual images, pushing the boundaries of still life photography and resolving client’s problems with an inspiring imagery. I still like red beet soup and blueberry pierogis, but I also like beef with broccoli and spicy tuna rolls these days.

 

AWARDS

 

2015 Silver One Eyeland Photography Awards
2015 American Photography 31
2014 PDN's Photo Annual / Self Promotion Category
2014 Bronze One Eyeland Photography Awards
2014 Honorable Mention International Photography Awards
2012 Merit Award Society of Publication Designers
2009 PDN's 30: New and Emerging Photographers to Watch
2006 Honorable Mention International Photography Award
2005 Honorable Mention International Photography Award
2004 Honorable Mention International Photography Award