Michael
Beckert

Michael Beckert is a visuals editor for W magazine working across photo, video, and podcast.
WAYS OF SEEING

Nina Holmgren Brought Fine Art to Justine Skye and Timbaland’s Video

CULTURE

Matthew So’s Picture Day Project Recreated A Childhood Tradition For Children Stuck At Home

WAYS OF SEEING

Joshua Kissi Is Changing the Pecking Order of Old-School Photography

WAYS OF SEEING

Melissa O’Shaughnessy’s Book “Perfect Strangers” Is a Love Letter to New York City

WAYS OF SEEING

Filmmaker Stephen Isaac-Wilson Takes a Chance on Himself

EYE CANDY

Photographers Lola and Pani’s New Book Celebrates the Thing You Miss the Most: Community

THE ORIGINALS PORTFOLIO

Photographer John Edmonds Began 2020 With a Spiritual Bath

CULTURE

Ming Smith on Befriending Grace Jones, and a Lifetime of Artistry

WAYS OF SEEING

Fenn O’Meally on Making Films for Prada and Black Triumph

WAYS OF SEEING

Fashion Photographer Theo Wenner’s First Book Is All About His Mother

WAYS OF SEEING

Allie Avital on Directing Videos for Moses Sumney and the Power of Empathy in Art

WAYS OF SEEING

Micaiah Carter on Shooting Selena Gomez, the See in Black Initiative, and Working in Quarantine

WAYS OF SEEING

Andrew Thomas Huang on How Art School Grads Can Navigate the Industry

CULTURE

Tyler Mitchell on Hierarchies and His New Book, I Can Make You Feel Good

WAYS OF SEEING

How CANADA’s Nicolás Méndez Makes Art With Music Videos

W MOVIE CLUB

W Movie Club: Cathartic Queer Classics and an Underrated Diane Keaton Moment

WAYS OF SEEING

Justine Kurland Captured Girlhood Before Social Media in Her New Book

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Artist Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. on Making Work in the Margins

WORTHY CAUSES

Photographers Band Together Once More to Raise Money for Charity

WAYS OF SEEING

Buck Ellison Critiques Systems of White Privilege in Living Trust