Twenty three year old, Nicholas Paul Rehil finds happiness through the art of creation. At the early age of 4, Nicholas spent much of his time with his grandmother, Martha Bartholomew (a well known artist and former president of Art Alliance) who introduced him to the artistic side of the world. He began spending most of his time in her art studio where he began creating art of his own, and he hasn’t stopped since. Where many artists approach their work with a specific idea in mind for what they want their audience to see, Nicholas approaches his work with a different and unique view. “I guess you can say I’m more interested in hearing what other peoples thoughts and feelings are when they see my pieces, for we all see things in a different perspective.” – Nicholas Paul Reihl
Nicholas looks forward to being inspired by new things and experimenting with different mediums for his work. He plans to travel to different parts of the world in hopes to be inspired by the people there and their culture.
”I believe art should never be forced nor rushed, It should be created with meaning and time.” -Nicholas Paul Reihl
To view more work by Nicholas, visit his website featuring his collection: Discover. Think. Identify.
Los Angeles based photographer Bradford has been working professionally as a photographer and celebrity make-up artist for over 15 years. Bradford manages to prove that every subject Annex brings to him can rise to the occasion of being looked at through eyes that see with understanding of what is Annex. While on set he is never one to focus on himself however a genuine focus on the project. Richard Avedon once said ‘All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth’ however the exact opposite lies in the product that comes from the photographic work that he executes.
Creative Digital Artist, photoshop enthusiast, Felipe, believes his passion is reflected in every part of his work, we can agree with confidence that this is very much so the case. Felipe is a creative who really cares about producing exceptional work and sees to do just that.
A shot from Annex’s issue ‘BOY‘ with Ashley Rickards produced by Bradford and Felipe.
Extra Haute is turning the plus-size market on its head! With authentic European fashion brands women can visit Extra Haute as the one stop shop that provides everything from effortlessly styled looks in stylist choice, to viewing videos on ‘getting the look.’ These European fashion houses understand that women of all shapes and sizes are capable of embracing their curves and looking fierce at the same time.
Annex Magazine had the opportunity to get inside the amazing Timothy White’s head and attend an exclusive, star-studded Morrison Hotel Gallery party at the Sunset Marquis.
Timothy White began to get his feet in the industry through an incredibly gorilla style. His approach consisted of literally walking right into to some of the biggest companies like Rolling Stones which led to his big break! At a young age he took an interest in the lighting in cinematic graphic illusions taken by films evolving into his excitement about working with Hollywood celebrities. Those celebrities today consist of clients like Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, etc.. In working with these A listers he’s fostered long lasting relationships that have perpetuated his credibility. Having done shoots for Julia Roberts, magazine covers for Vogue, album covers for Aretha Franklin, and so much more his projects are like children, he doesn’t have a favorite but rather they’re all about experiences. Indulging in theses experiences he still gets butterflies and nervous till this day!
Timothy White/The Morrison Hotel Gallery
Being recognized as one of the most important people in photography, to work with Timothy is a privilege. We asked him to give us a brief run down of what it’s like on his set. This is the Timothy set low down! -It’s about developing a comfort level connecting and distracting his subjects with interaction. Inside he’s a wreck but on the outside he exudes a calm feel. Questioning his subjects whether they are nervous, confident, into it, or what is their concerned about. Truly focusing on the subjects.
Earlier this month Timothy curated an evolving exhibition of rock n’ roll and sports fine art photography for The Morrison Hotel Gallery at the Sunset Marquis. He put on nothing short of a fabulous, exclusive, star-studded party.
There is something alluring about the former child star Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Anyone who has watched a film that he’s in can see just how passionate he is about his craft. Gordon-Levitt, or as fans call him, JGL, has risen to the top of the Hollywood food chain with role after role of stupendous acting that consistently captivates audiences. With his role in The Dark Knight Rises, Gordon-Levitt’s name is being circulated around various films, particularly comic book films, such as The Justice League film and as the potential lead role in the Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy film. It had been recently announced that Gordon-Levitt would be involved in the Robert Rodriguez directed film Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For (a Frank Miller comic). Gordon-Levitt’s role in this film is another indicator of his skill and popularity as an actor.
What makes Gordon-Levitt such a popular actor am
ong his peers and his fans alike is his dedication to his craft. Watch any interview with him and it’s clear just how much he loves his career and how much he views it as an art form. Gordon-Levitt and his brother Dan Gordon-Levitt had created an online open collaborative production company called hitREcord.org in 2005. It is a place where art of any form (music, art, and writing) can be submitted and the users can remix the original piece into something new. Gordon-Levitt often has hitREcord get-together all around the country where he can meet his users in an intimate, yet fun, setting.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is an actor’s actor. He does it for the craft, the creativity, and the pure enjoyment it brings him. It’s clear why he has such a large following of fans: he is genuinely dedicated to his craft and no one can fault that passion. Be sure to catch him as Todd Lincoln in Lincoln with Daniel Day-Lewis.
Bangkok-based illustrator and textile museum curator, Alisa Saisavetvaree has a Bachelor’s degree in Painting and a Master’s degree in Cultural Management. Alisa’s watercolor illustrations are inspired by her surroundings, travels, and fashion—exploring its long history while also keeping up with the latest runway collections. Check out her work on Instagram @colorsandpaper and www.colorsandpaper.comBalmainDior Pre Fall 2012Thakoon Resort 2013Oscar Spring 2013Balenciaga 1950′s