. Michael Muller’s incredible shark photography has been exhibited in galleries, featured on television, and praised in print. It has even inspired a clothing line. And now it’s taking over Instagram. The Discovery Channel will be featuring Michael’s shark photos all this week at its Instagram account (@Discovery) as part of Shark Week 2014, which […]
Entertainment Weekly commissioned Michael Muller to shoot portraits of the many celebrities who turned out for this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego, portraits that appear both at the magazine’s website and in the print edition. Below, 20 of Michael’s favorite photos from his three days of whirlwind shoots—from an affectionate shot of Robert Downey Jr. […]
Michael Muller recently photographed Morrissey, vocalist for seminal Eighties band the Smiths and for many years now a solo artist, for his record label. Below, one of the new portraits—which was published in The New York Times Magazine last month—and some of Michael’s previous photographs of Morrissey. To see more of Michael’s portraits of musicians—including […]
Michael Muller recently shot an ad for the Samsung Curved UHD TV based on the concept of a Roman coliseum—because, well, it’s curved—filled with gladiators. The shoot took place in an old quarry in New Zealand. Here’s a look… . . .
Michael Muller recently directed a broadcast commercial for Cirque du Soleil’s new Las Vegas spectacular, Zarkana. The show takes audiences on a journey through an abandoned theater where a fantastical circus populated with extraordinary characters comes back to life. He also shot the print campaign for the show, which gave him the chance to deliver […]
Michael Muller, who shot the key art for the smash hit Captain America: The Winter Soldier, photographed key art the upcoming blockbuster movie Hercules, starring Dwayne Johnson and directed by Brett Ratner… . . .
One of the organizations that Michael Muller is passionate about supporting is Nothing But Nets, a global grassroots campaign that raises awareness and funding to fight malaria, a leading cause of death among kids in Africa. They have made it remarkably easy and affordable to make a difference, asking people to contribute just $10, which […]