GEEKFEST 2014, PHILADELPHIA 

I recently returned from Geekfest 2014, a 3-day event hosted by the A Photo A Day (APAD) community, which brings photographers and visual journalists together for photography talk, guest speakers, and good old fashion inspiration. I was invited to present my work and I had the most amazing time. With a primary emphasis on photojournalism, I had the opportunity to listen to, and learn from some of the most talented and dedicated photographers in the field. The good company included:

VINCENT MUSI National Geographic

APRIL SAUL Pulitzer Prize Winner / Philadelphia Inquirer

SARA LEWKOWICZ  2013 College Photographer of the Year

ED KASHI  VII Photo

LUANNE DIETZ Director of All Things Good at Hipstomatic

KAINAZ AMARIA NPR Visuals

DAVID MAIALETTI Philadephia Daily News and Inquirer

J. KYLE KEENER Freelance Photgrapher

Very Special thanks to SOL NEELMAN for the opportunity to to geek-out in Philly and a big congratulations on his wonderfully weird new book, WIERD SPORTS II. Buy it!

GO VEGGIE! WELCOME BACK

So fun to have worked with the creative team at The Bull_White House and Susannah Phillips from Truro Productions to create this witty + quirky ad campaign that welcomes cheese lovers back to the world of gooey, cheesy, stringy bliss. 

Shot on location in Long Island NY. Very special thanks to my fabulous crew: Kennett Mohrman, Brian Tobin, Tyler Kohlhoff and Hello Artists.

NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE

So thrilled to have had the opportunity to meet + photograph GRIMES for the New York Times Magazine Culture Issue. Super talented young lady!

CHRIS MUELLER
I recently had the opportunity to meet LA photographer Chris Mueller, and he shot this 4x5 portrait of me which I had to share. Such a kind and creative fellow, please check out his work here!

CHRIS MUELLER

I recently had the opportunity to meet LA photographer Chris Mueller, and he shot this 4x5 portrait of me which I had to share. Such a kind and creative fellow, please check out his work here!

KALLISTA

I had the opportunity to work with the creative team at NORTH to develop a new ad campaign for Kallistaa leading designer-based, full-suite collections plumbing manufacturer for the grand luxury market.

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK  By HOLLY ANDRES
By incorporating Kallista products into lavish arrangements that recall seventeenth-century Northern European still-life painting - velvety atmosphere, chiaroscuro lighting, and the compositional conventions that define the traditions of the Old World Masters - I aimed to align the Kallista products with the worldly delights of unique collectibles, the sensuousness of artisanal foods and fresh floral. Other motifs indicative of historical still-life painting unify the campaign photographs, most notably, the lemon, which traditionally symbolized both fidelity as well as luxury because it was then so difficult to import.  
As seen here, the aftermath of a party also appears enticing: a sumptuous display of half eaten desserts, cups of espresso, and bottles of wine fill a sink foaming with white suds and dancing iridescent soap bubbles. Even post-party cleaning can be an indulgent experience when using Kallista products. 
Very special thanks to: The folks at North and Kallista, my production designer David Storm, and prop stylist Bergren Rameson, and my fabulous crew: Kennett Mohrman, Brian Tobin, Jason Dodge, Katie Simon, Jess Park, and Hello Artists.
GARY BASEMAN
A photograph I made in collaboration with Gary Baseman was included in his exhibit in MOCA Taipei, “The Door Is Always Open.” Here is the photograph, pictured with the “Wild Girls.” Check out this video of the exhibition! 

GARY BASEMAN

A photograph I made in collaboration with Gary Baseman was included in his exhibit in MOCA Taipei, “The Door Is Always Open.” Here is the photograph, pictured with the “Wild Girls.” Check out this video of the exhibition! 

(Source: hollyandres.com)

My photographs were featured on ARTmonday! Thanks for the love, StyleCarrot!

My photographs were featured on ARTmonday! Thanks for the love, StyleCarrot!

I had the opportunity to photograph Jenny Lewis for this Sunday’s The New York Times Magazine. She was beautiful and kind and had the most unbelievable 1960s rambling California ranch house. Check out this article about her interesting career. Special thanks to Jason Dodge for being such great assistant!