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Packert News: ANNOUNCING the new site launch!

Packert worked with the team at

The site showcases the parallel work of Packert in both print and motion content. His range of projects is a testament to the many creatives who continue to share his passion. This new release is part of Packert’s strive to push forward the rapidly evolving tools and mediums available in today’s creative market.

While exploring the site, be sure to view Packert’s most recent project: RIPTIDE

Packert News: ANNOUNCING the new site launch!

Packert worked with the team at

The site showcases the parallel work of Packert in both print and motion content. His range of projects is a testament to the many creatives who continue to share his passion. This new release is part of Packert’s strive to push forward the rapidly evolving tools and mediums available in today’s creative market.

While exploring the site, be sure to view Packert’s most recent project: RIPTIDE

Some wild hair inspirations and more exposure for THE COVEN

Disconnect Magazine is described as “Hong Kong’s essential hairdressing magazine”, Their inspiring Aug/Sep issue features amazing work from around the globe including that of photographer Bob Packert and NAHA finalist Michael Albor.

Disconnect’s use of the imagery is on the ever growing list of creative sources throughout the world giving THE COVEN never ending exposure.

We first presented this collaboration back in February and due to the impressive amount of international circulation, here’s a re-cap of the project and amazing creative team:

The Coven Collaboration

THE COVEN is a culmination of Bob Packert’s desire to push his art to the next level. This most recent project was inspired by the idea of an opulent Victorian Cult, with a mix of black magic, high fashion, and rock n’ roll. What evolved is a showcase of leading edge hair styling by Michael Albor, owner of The Loft Salon and Spa for his next North American Hair Awards submission. (AUG 2010 update, Albor was one of the top five finalists in the category of Master Stylist)


A collection of 20 different portraits, the series was created over several days of shooting at Packert Photography. The authenticity of the project was carried through every element from Michael’s whimsical hair concepts and Mariogla Pantazopoulos striking make-up artistry through edgy wardrobe by Rina Stenis, and amazingly creative props + set design by Jennifer Dunlea.


Completing the collaborative team, Mark Sylvester of Interrobang Design acted as Art Director during the shoot, and provided design and copywriting for the booklet/postcard project. Packert and Interrobang have worked together for more than a decade on client and personal projects for their respective studios and joint clientele.

Some wild hair inspirations and more exposure for THE COVEN

Disconnect Magazine is described as “Hong Kong’s essential hairdressing magazine”, Their inspiring Aug/Sep issue features amazing work from around the globe including that of photographer Bob Packert and NAHA finalist Michael Albor.

Disconnect’s use of the imagery is on the ever growing list of creative sources throughout the world giving THE COVEN never ending exposure.

We first presented this collaboration back in February and due to the impressive amount of international circulation, here’s a re-cap of the project and amazing creative team:

The Coven Collaboration

THE COVEN is a culmination of Bob Packert’s desire to push his art to the next level. This most recent project was inspired by the idea of an opulent Victorian Cult, with a mix of black magic, high fashion, and rock n’ roll. What evolved is a showcase of leading edge hair styling by Michael Albor, owner of The Loft Salon and Spa for his next North American Hair Awards submission. (AUG 2010 update, Albor was one of the top five finalists in the category of Master Stylist)


A collection of 20 different portraits, the series was created over several days of shooting at Packert Photography. The authenticity of the project was carried through every element from Michael’s whimsical hair concepts and Mariogla Pantazopoulos striking make-up artistry through edgy wardrobe by Rina Stenis, and amazingly creative props + set design by Jennifer Dunlea.


Completing the collaborative team, Mark Sylvester of Interrobang Design acted as Art Director during the shoot, and provided design and copywriting for the booklet/postcard project. Packert and Interrobang have worked together for more than a decade on client and personal projects for their respective studios and joint clientele.

H+MU Lisa Roche on AJ Wright

Earlier this year photographer Gary Sloan contacted zero2sixty creative after viewing the work of H+MU artist Lisa Roche online. Lisa and her assistant Hilary Warner became his go-to team for his long-time client AJ Wright.


“We consider ourselves lucky to add Lisa and Hilary to the crew, we had been searching both NYC and Boston for some fresh passion and excitement to add to our ethnically mixed AJ Wright shoots. We love their hair, their make-up, we love their attitudes and above all the freshness they bring to our set.” – Gary Sloan

H+MU Lisa Roche on AJ Wright

Earlier this year photographer Gary Sloan contacted zero2sixty creative after viewing the work of H+MU artist Lisa Roche online. Lisa and her assistant Hilary Warner became his go-to team for his long-time client AJ Wright.


“We consider ourselves lucky to add Lisa and Hilary to the crew, we had been searching both NYC and Boston for some fresh passion and excitement to add to our ethnically mixed AJ Wright shoots. We love their hair, their make-up, we love their attitudes and above all the freshness they bring to our set.” – Gary Sloan

GOOD Magazine issue 020, NOLA, the imagery behind the story

On stands now: GOOD magazine, the new orleans issue.

This quarterly magazine is a self declared “collaboration of people, businesses and nonprofits pushing the world forward.”

We proudly credit photographer Daymon Gardner for the cover as well as covering various stories through out the issue. (sidenote: get a preview of the alphabet book that Gardner is currently completing with Art Director Nessim Higson) Higson acted as the guest AD for the 020 issue of GOOD. See the contents page for an out take of Gardner, Higson and cover subject Darryl “Dancing man 504” Young.

Daymon Gardner’s passions are human interest stories and photography, so any opportunity to combine the two usually leads him on an adventure that he documents with not just his eye, but his heart. Gardner gives back through his photography with many non-profit projects every year including ELEVATE.


As a Louisiana Native and NOLA resident, Gardner has been witness to Katrina and now the Gulf Spill. Our conversations of late have been about the abundance of time and emotion he has put forth for Men’s Journal, Time and many other publications who have commissioned Gardner in recent months.

NOLA has been been given a great amount of attention in 2010, not just for the Gulf disaster; this year marks 5 years since Katrina made way and left catostrophic damage that the city is still recovering from. But, this is issue of GOOD puts the positive words on it’s cover: THE AMAZING REBUILDING OF NEW ORLEANS.

GOOD Magazine issue 020, NOLA, the imagery behind the story

On stands now: GOOD magazine, the new orleans issue.

This quarterly magazine is a self declared “collaboration of people, businesses and nonprofits pushing the world forward.”

We proudly credit photographer Daymon Gardner for the cover as well as covering various stories through out the issue. (sidenote: get a preview of the alphabet book that Gardner is currently completing with Art Director Nessim Higson) Higson acted as the guest AD for the 020 issue of GOOD. See the contents page for an out take of Gardner, Higson and cover subject Darryl “Dancing man 504” Young.

Daymon Gardner’s passions are human interest stories and photography, so any opportunity to combine the two usually leads him on an adventure that he documents with not just his eye, but his heart. Gardner gives back through his photography with many non-profit projects every year including ELEVATE.


As a Louisiana Native and NOLA resident, Gardner has been witness to Katrina and now the Gulf Spill. Our conversations of late have been about the abundance of time and emotion he has put forth for Men’s Journal, Time and many other publications who have commissioned Gardner in recent months.

NOLA has been been given a great amount of attention in 2010, not just for the Gulf disaster; this year marks 5 years since Katrina made way and left catostrophic damage that the city is still recovering from. But, this is issue of GOOD puts the positive words on it’s cover: THE AMAZING REBUILDING OF NEW ORLEANS.