Hubert Kang | Metropolis at Metrotown

With nearly 400 stores and services, Metropolis at Metrotown in British Columbia has something for everyone. With TWICE/DDB Canada at the helm, visual storyteller and photographer Hubert Kang brought to life the must-see attractions, world class restaurants, and myriad of retail stores in the latest campaign "Life Happens Here". 


Check out the "Life Happens Here" campaign in living color! 


Credits: Photographer Hubert Kang, Producer Amy Jones, DP + Co-director Hamish Hamilton,  Editor Mike Southworth, Photo assistants Marlin Olynyk and Nik Molson,  Hair/Makeup Lucyanne Botham, Wardrobe Stylist Joanna Kulpa, Prop + Food stylist Angie Martin,  Agency TWICE/ DDB Canada, Creative Director Tim Hoffpouir, Designer Chloe Lan, Project Manager Chloe Hoppie.


Happy Holidays from Agency MJ!


"Now is the time to ensure we have a volunteer to speak with the conviction and compassion for every child who has suffered neglect, abuse or abandonment. Join us." - Tara Perry, Chief Executive Officer, National CASA Association

CASA is transforming lives. We are grateful for our clients, talented artists, and friends in making our holiday donation possible.

In Love & Gratitude,

Agency MJ

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Mark Hill | Jack Black + Parade Magazine


Actor Jack Black exudes good humor and merriment in this holiday shoot for Parade Magazine with celebrity and portrait photographer Mark Hill behind the lens to capture it all. We sat down with Mark to get the story behind Jack's spirited shenanigans. 


"I can’t think of a more fun assignment than shooting the actor Jack Black, unless of course, the magazine wants him to dance around wearing a red “Union Suit”!

Jack was in Atlanta promoting his Christmas film “Jumanji” and Parade Magazine had secured an hour of his time to shoot a holiday themed cover.  As you can imagine, he is a total pro that has been photographed by some of the best photographers in the world, so I needed something special to grab his attention and get him excited for our shoot.  I knew that Jack loves music, especially classic rock, so I borrowed a full DJ rig so that my 13 year-old son could spin some vintage vinyl while we were shooting.  As Jack walked into the studio, my son Dodge started playing Led Zepplin’s Kashmir, and Jack immediately started “singing” the distinctive notes. He immediately walked up to Dodge and started discussing the albums he brought and what kind of guitar my son likes to play. In a word, Jack Black was simply awesome.


Jack was so much fun to shoot! So full of energy and willing to do everything we asked. The initial idea was for Jack to hold a piece of mistletoe over his head with a lipstick print on his cheek. For the second set up, we wanted him to clown around in a bright red Union Suit. Once he was dressed, I asked for Jack to jump a few times and the results were amazing. Each shot was better than the last with perfect body position and a big, funny smile.  Once we were wrapped, Jack took photos with everyone on the crew, including me and my son. In all my years of shooting, Jack Black is the coolest, most down to earth actor I have ever met." - Mark Hill 

For the full article, head over to


Credits: Photography Mark Hill, Assistants JD Raper and Chris Carder, Parade Photo Director Nicole Kopperud. 



For commercial and fine art photographer, Monica Stevenson, one of the most important aspects of creating art is the collaborative process. In a monumental partnership with EPSON, she shares her vision and approach behind the "purple shoe splash" collaboratively telling the story of EPSON's new ink technology.

"At the end of the day, the longevity and permanence of the art is so important. For EPSON, it's all about quality and clarity. And for me the print itself is my fine art work." - Monica Stevenson

See more of Monica's commercial portfolio here.

Bret Hartman | Colby College's Cricket Farmers

Snap, Crackle, Crunch. Bret Hartman captures a team of food visionaries and Colby College alumni exploring the future of sustainable food systems. For this eclectic mix, insects are the key to feeding the world. To learn more about their approach and the secret for making dark-chocolate covered crickets, read the full article here

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Credits: Photographer Bret Hartman and Author Susan Abram. 

South District Films | Chevron's Fuel Your School

Full service production company, South District Films, brings awareness to Chevron's Fuel Your School campaign through the eyes of inquisitive public school children and one passionate middle school teacher. Chevron and Texaco's initiative to help fund materials and supplies for Fresno County Public Schools was established through

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