Jesse Rieser

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,…

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE 

As a lifelong baseball fan, I
couldn’t have been more thrilled to have my work grace this month’s cover of
ESPN’s “MLB Playoffs Preview†issue.

This year the Cleveland
Indians went on an improbable winning streak- breaking the 1935 record of 22 wins
held by the Chicago Cubs and making them the 2017 favorite to end the season as
world champs.

Go here to read Wright
Thompson’s first hand account of the win streak and here to see my MLB portrait
portfolio
including this year’s World Series favorites and the last two World
Series Champions.  

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,…

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE As a lifelong baseball fan,...

EDITORIAL: ESPN THE MAGAZINE 

As a lifelong baseball fan, I
couldn’t have been more thrilled to have my work grace this month’s cover of
ESPN’s “MLB Playoffs Preview†issue.

This year the Cleveland
Indians went on an improbable winning streak- breaking the 1935 record of 22 wins
held by the Chicago Cubs and making them the 2017 favorite to end the season as
world champs.

Go here to read Wright
Thompson’s first hand account of the win streak and here to see my MLB portrait
portfolio
including this year’s World Series favorites and the last two World
Series Champions.  

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to…

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to...

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to...

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to...

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to...

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to...

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to...

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58Honored to...

AWARDS: 2017 COMMUNICATION ARTS PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL 58

Honored to announce my latest edition of Christmas In America: Happy Birthday Jesus is one of 15 winning entries in the unpublished category in this year’s Communication Arts Photo Annual. For CA’s 59th year, entries totaled 3,736 with a circulation 30,000.

A big thank you to the Judges:

  • Anna Alexander, director of photography, Wired, San Francisco, CA
  • Jon Arnold, executive creative director, Bohan Advertising, Nashville, TN
  • Chris Buck, photographer, New York, NY
  • Carol Chu, creative director, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Boston, MA
  • Coni Kennedy, creative director and partner, L.A. Inc., Toronto, Canada

Cover by David Bornfriend for A24 Studios and Academy Award Winning film Moonlight.

To see the rest of the winners go here.  

FEATURE: BUZZFEEDStalking A Serial Killer gets top billing on…

FEATURE: BUZZFEED

Stalking A Serial Killer gets top billing on their 9 Incredible Stories You Absolutely Can’t Miss.

Extremely kind words by Kate Bubacz, senior photo editor of Buzzfeed News:

The innovative layout of this story allows for both the strengths and the weaknesses of visual story to be seen. The subject matter itself is shadowy, ephemeral, fitting the form. The images are beautiful, and start to create their own context and narrative when only surrounded by quotes- and nothing else. It’s a striking way to report a story- one that tantalizes, leading to more questions than answers, and leaves you wanting more. 

To see the featured photographic stories go here. 

ADVERTISING: THE ARIZONA LOTTERYWindfall Willie returns to…

ADVERTISING: THE ARIZONA LOTTERYWindfall Willie returns to...

ADVERTISING: THE ARIZONA LOTTERYWindfall Willie returns to...

ADVERTISING: THE ARIZONA LOTTERYWindfall Willie returns to...

ADVERTISING: THE ARIZONA LOTTERY

Windfall Willie returns to reclaim his position as Arizona’s Chief Fun Officer.

Arizona first got to know Willie in 1981 as a simple hand-drawn character seen in the company’s logo and advertising efforts. Through the year’s his look and appearance evolved leading to a live action mascot iteration seen in their broadcast commercials in the mid 90s and early 2000s.

After some time away, Willie’s character is reintroduced and reimagined in human form as a wise and comedic character played by Mr Show’s writer and actor and comedian, John Ennis. 

Commissioned by OH Partners and postproduction by Portus Imaging.