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Photographing Passionate People

Environmental Portraits

Copyright Michael Benabib 2012

Silicon Alley is in full force here. A large number of my clients are tech firms. Here the open collar rules and the photos need to capture the casual and creative working environment of these companies. Here is a shoot I did for eMusic. eMusic was established in 1998. eMusic is an online music and audiobook store that operates by subscription. In exchange for a monthly subscription eMusic users can download a fixed amount of tracks to their MP3 players per month. It is headquartered in New York City with an office in London and owned by Dimensional Associates.[1]

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Corporate Photos of Kirk A. Radke for Kirkland & Ellis

 Shoot with Kirk A. Radke Copyright 2012 Michael Benabib Called "ahead of the pack when it comes to private equity," by 2010 Chambers USA, America's Leading Lawyers for Business, Kirk Radke is recognized internationally as one of today's top private equity and corporate attorneys.

Shoot with Kirk A. Radke for Kirkland & Ellis Copyright 2012 Michael Benabib Photography

Called “ahead of the pack when it comes to private equity,” by 2010 Chambers USA, America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Kirk Radke is recognized internationally as one of today’s top private equity and corporate attorneys.

During his 26 year career, he has handled every type of complex business transaction for global private equity and corporate clients. Clients describe him as “a terrific lawyer with an exhaustive practice” and a “terrific all-around deal lawyer” who “knows the intricacies of the industry at the highest possible level.”

According to the 2011 Chambers Global, The World’s Leading Lawyers for Businessdirectory, Mr. Radke “handles a broad range of matters and has gained international recognition for his cross-border work.” The directory called him a “‘a key figure in the market,” while noting that “clients hail his practice as “ahead of the pack.” In the 2011 edition of Chambers USA, America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Mr. Radke is applauded as an “expert in both buyouts and fund-raisings.” Previous editions ofChambers lauded his “meticulous approach” and noted that “if you need to declare war on someone, he’s your man.” Mr. Radke has been honored by:

 

    • World Finance magazine: 2011 “Best Individual Lawyer in the USA,” 2010 “Best Lawyer USA” and 2009 “Best Private Equity Lawyer, USA”

 

    • Chambers USA, America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (every edition since 2003): nationally ranked as a Tier 1 attorney in “Private Equity: Buyouts.” Mr. Radke is the only attorney in Chambers USA to rank in Tier 1 for “Private Equity: Buyouts” and also rank in “Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation.”

 

  • Chambers Global, The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business (every edition since 2001): Mr. Radke has been recognized among the top private equity lawyers globally for “Private Equity Buyouts” and, similar to Chambers USA, Mr. Radke also ranks globally for his work in “Fund Formation.”

Corporate Photography of David F. Swensen Copyright 2012 Michael Benabib

Corporate Photography of David Swensen Of Yale University for Forbes Magazine

Copyright 2012 Executive Photos NYC / Michael Benabib

David F. Swensen has been the Chief Investment Officer at Yale Universitysince 1985. He is responsible for managing and investing the University’s endowment assetsand investment funds, which total $19.4 billion.[1] Realizing an average annual return of 11.8 percent on his investments over the ten years to 2009,[2] Swensen’s consistent track record has attracted the notice of Wall Street portfolio managers. Currently, he lives in New Haven, Connecticut with his children Tory, Alex, and Tim.

He is chiefly notable for having invented what has become known as “The Yale Model” which is an application of Modern Portfolio Theory.

Vivian Schiller NPR CEO Shoot


Vivian Schiller CEO National Public Radio

Vivian Schiller CEO National Public Radio

Vivian Schiller made headlines last fall when it was announced she would be leaving her post at NYTimes.com — where she’d led the team responsible for the Times‘ much-admired Web overhaul — to become president and CEO of NPR.  I am thrilled to have met her. I could live without television but could not without NPR. WNYC has interesting intelligent programing that i find so interesting that if i miss it during the day I will stream it at night. We had a nice interaction and I look forward to working with her again.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/02/13/business/marketwatch/main4798964.shtml