Eva Kolenko got out of the studio recently for a lifestyle photoshoot for Uber Eats, promoting their partnership with Starbucks. The photo library showcased different Starbucks usage occasions and the ease at which the product could be enjoyed through Uber Eats delivery service. Here are a few favorites:
Along with her talented styling team and a wonderful client, Kolenko continues to bring beautiful photography to the world of cannabis cooking, this installment for the latest issue of Kitchen Toke Magazine. Credits: CD/Publisher: Joline Rivera | Food Stylist: Adam Pearson | Props: Natasha Kolenko
The Winter Issue of Kitchen Toke Magazine (quickly becoming one of our fave clients!) is out with a ton of Eva Kolenko’s imagery in it. It’s always amazing the diverse range of ways cannabis can be used in the kitchen. A few of our faves from the features Eva shot are below. Credits: CD: Joline Rivera | Food & Beverage Styling: Adam Pearson | Props: Gena Sigala
Cream Electric Art seriously raised the bar for image-build videos with these two animations of CGI imagery they created for Samsung’s holiday ad campaign for the QLED TV.
We got the call as the holiday break appeared in the horizon: R/GA New York sent a wonderful brief to us for a series of unique images supporting the new QLED TV that Samsung was promoting via digital media for the holidays. The agency tasked the CEA team to create CG-based images that didn’t fall into the typical holiday/Santa schmaltz, but that had a bit of an edge to them and didn’t feel like advertising. As the samples below show, CEA nailed the brief and then some! Agency Credits: CD: Rene Van Wonderen | Project Mgr: Brittany Graham | Associate Content Producer: Janie Penny | Santa’s Face: Steve York, co-founder of CEA |
Elves: CEA employee’s kids
A miniature world created in CGI comes grinding to a halt due to poor decision making in this animated piece by Cream Electric Art for the Joy Agency in Sydney, demonstrating the risk of people not partnering with a Charted Accountant for their business’s needs.
Credits: CD: Ben Pearce | Copywriter: Dan O’Bey | Production: Charlotte O’Rourke & Oscar Birkin | Original Design: Toby & Pete
Continuing an on-going relationship with Williams-Sonoma Art Director Kathleen Sullivan, Eva Kolenko was asked to direct a new video for W-S Open Kitchen featuring the proprietors of Ravenwood Farm, a unique gathering space celebrating the intersection of culinary arts, agriculture, and the local makers movement in Kerhonkson, NY. Kolenko and DP Stephen Meierding shot the owners and their friends and associates, gathering together for a meal in the renovated 19th century barn that is the centerpiece of the Ravenwood experience. Food Styling: Chris Lanier, co-owner of Ravenwood | Prop Styling: Suzie Myers
Ogilvy Chicago came back to Eva Kolenko recently to create a couple cute images connecting kids and grilled cheese to support Sargento Slices, and Kolenko didn’t disappoint. Credits: CD: Megan Evans | Art Producer: Maggy Lynch Hartley | Producer: Indigital Productions | Food Styling: Erin Quon | Props & Wardrobe Styling: Natasha Kolenko
Kolenko went to Austin recently to shoot Kristen Kish, owner/chef of Arlo Grey restaurant there, hosting a gathering of family and friends for Food & Wine Magazine’s Thanksgiving edition. As usual, Kolenko captured the essence of the people she shot along with the amazing, mouthwatering dishes served. Bring on the holidays! Prop styling: Natasha Kolenko
The “How Life Unfolds” campaign from Cramer Krasselt provided a rare opportunity for Cream Electric Art: The chance to work very collaboratively for over a year and a half with the agency, developing work that we all were proud of, under terms that were very fair to everyone involved. The images were created in 3D and retouching, and are below. CD: Jim Root | AD: Rebecca Mader | Art Producer: Karen Kirsch