New York, NY, January 27, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Award-winning photographer Doug Menuez is launching a boutique stock site offering exclusive access to commercial, editorial, and fine-art imagery from throughout his career.
Menuez Archive Projects (menuez.com) will go live on Valentine’s Day, with a launch party on February 18 at its New York City headquarters that will highlight images from the collection, as well as from Menuez’s entire body of work.
After a successful career as a photojournalist—traveling the world, from the Sahara to the Amazon to the North Pole—Menuez brought his distinctive documentary approach to high-end commercial clients. “I think if there is any core to my work, it is the search for what we all have in common,” he explains. “I am a student of human behavior; I like to tell stories and capture emotion.”
That spirit is a constant through-line in the wide range of work on offer at MAP, whose thoughtfully curated selection of photographs is designed for those who appreciate authenticity and exclusivity. The site also features new work by Menuez to reflect current trends and needs.
In addition to Menuez’s unique images, Menuez Archive Projects offers white-glove service and state-of-the-art technology to help creatives memorably tell their brands’ stories.
For interview requests and more information: Christopher Beauchamp, Director of Sales & Marketing, Menuez Archive Projects: email@example.com.
Doug Menuez is an award-winning documentary, editorial, and advertising photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as Time, Newsweek, Life, People, Fortune, and USA Today and in ad campaigns for Coca-Cola, Chevrolet, Nikon, Hewlett-Packard, Northwest Airlines, and many other global brands. Menuez, who has been honored by the Cannes Festival, the AOP London, Graphis, and Communication Arts, has published two monographs (Heaven, Earth, Tequila, 2005; Transcendent Sprit: The Orphans of Uganda, 2008), and his photos were in included in nine Day in the Life books. Menuez’s project “Fearless Genius,” for which he devoted 15 years to documenting more than 70 companies in Silicon Valley in the 1980s and ’90s, is part of the Douglas Menuez Photography Collection at Stanford University Libraries.