Bio Miles Ladin provides dynamic content to some of the world’s most influential brands and publications. He is recognized for a unique point of view that combines irreverent humor with wit and style. Known for his unique black and white images of glamor and celebrity culture, Ladin has expanded his vision into moving pictures. He has recently created video content for editorial and commercial clients including Michael Kors and the Americana Manhasset. As a still photographer, he has previously shot and developed the visual style for “The Night”, a nightlife column appearing in the Styles section of the Sunday New York Times. His pictures of New York’s glitterati also appeared in “Paparazzi”, a four page bi-annual spread in W Magazine. Currently Ladin covers New York Fashion Week for Women’s Wear Daily. In this online feature, titled “Pop Shots”, his signature black and white images are combined with his own written commentary. His words, like his visual work, combine acute observation with humor. Advertising campaigns have included Powerize.com which received the Grand CEBA Best Campaign Award and the on-air commercial for Comedy Central Television’s Chevy Chase Friar’s Club Roast which received a Promax Broadcasting Design Award. In 2009, The Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach, Florida commissioned Ladin to shoot "bathing culture". The resulting pictures were displayed in a solo exhibition titled “Sun Stroke Stimulus”. This exhibition was profiled in Ocean Drive magazine and on Fashion TV. Ladin and his work has also been featured on Plum TV, Town & Country, and Photo District News.