Art Streiber

Photographer, Visual Artist

1962 –


Who is Art Streiber?

Art Streiber is an award-winning American photographer known in particular for his portraits of entertainment and sports personalities. His images are widely published and range from a portrait of actor-comedian Seth Rogen as the Cary Grant character in the famous plane scene in the Alfred Hitchcock classic North by Northwest, which Streiber shot for Vanity Fair, to a nude group shot of the Women’s U.S. Water Polo team for the cover of the 2010 "The Body Issue" of ESPN The Magazine, the cast of the Emmy-winning ABC sitcom Modern Family for a triple cover of Entertainment Weekly, and a re-creation of a scene from The Grapes of Wrath featuring the cast of the movie Taking Woodstock, also for Vanity Fair.

In 2010, Streiber shot Wired magazine’s first motion cover, featuring comedian Joel McHale. And in 2012, Paramount Pictures commissioned him to shoot a portrait of 116 actors, actresses, directors, and executives affiliated with the studio, a historic image that was featured in Vanity Fair and covered by broadcast outlets such as CBS News.

Streiber also has photographed behind the scenes at the Academy Awards every year since 2000, except for 2009.

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Los Angeles
  • United States of America
  • Stanford University
Lived in
  • United States of America

on July 23, 2013


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