From Our Editors
At the age of 19, photographer David Haskell made the acquaintance of an InStyle magazine editor. He recounted this story during an interview with VTalk Radio Photography Spotlight, adding, "the editor invited me to their offices in Toronto and asked if I would cover an editorial." Since then, his work has been published in more than 70 countries and his subjects have ranged from Phyllis Diller to Jay-Z. Now, Haskell transforms regular people into models.
Haskell's studio offers creative packages, too. For instance, kids can play dress up and get their makeup done during Ultimate birthday-party shoots, which include up to 50 images of each party-goer, a group shot, and pizza or chicken fingers to snack on.