Monday, April 26, 2010

Fashion For Passion Fundraiser event- photos

Thank you to everyone who came out and supported our first FFP fundraiser event! It was a major success. Below is the link to view the entire gallery from the evening. We love you.


Also, a special thanks to Felipe Cortez and Nicky Digital for the photos, Gotham wine for the stellar vino, and Marie Merin Productions.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Seventeen Mag, May Issue on stands.

Check out our cute new 6 pager in Seventeen Mag, May issue.

Client: Seventeen Magazine

Photographer: Nicholas Routzen
Stylist: Anne Levak for Marek And Associates
Hair: Staci Child for Defacto
Makeup: Janelro for Judy Casey
Manicure: Lisa Logan for Artists by Next
Photo Assistant: Greg Aune

Sunday, April 18, 2010

A. Refuge vs. Pepsi Create a Magazine Competition

Help my good friend Gary Livingston's magazine, A.Refuge.
A. Refuge is a music/fashion/art zine, passionate about helping their community and artists. They've created an interactive magazine & community that inspires and educates. Click HERE to vote for A.Refuge, in hopes of winning $250,000 towards the magazine. You can vote once a day!
Spread the love!!!!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Fashion For Passion Fundraiser event

Flyer one, CLICK HERE to RSVP.

Flyer two, CLICK HERE to RSVP.

Traction Management now representing Nicholas Routzen

I recently signed with a new agency. Out with the old and in with the new. Jenna Crosby, owner of Traction Management recently approached me about representation, after our 12 months of watching over each other grow. Timing worked out perfectly, personalities clicked, trust was reciprocated, next thing you know we're official ;)
In a matter of a few weeks, we've already bid on a few campaings, picked up and shot a new client, and bidding on a few more. Respect to Traction and Jenna!

Please have a look at TRACTION MANAGEMENT, here!

Message to the artists!

One of my biggest pet peeves in clicking on a website, opening up a magazine, or looking at a window display, and seeing that one artist has ripped off another artist. Enough already! Get original. Find yourself. I get that we find inspiration in other peoples work, but there's a difference between being inspired and straight ripping someone off. It's pointless to point fingers and throw names around, bc you know who you are, or should. Keep it real. Be inspired, don't steal. It's tacky, and disrespectful.

I rarely get upset, but it heavily disappoints me to see great artists working so hard, just to be ripped off and looked over.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

House warming for Lisa.

Last night we had a stellar shin dig for the new roomy! Thank you all for coming out, it was a blast. Everything went as planned! MUUUUAH x

Friday, April 2, 2010


Last week we shot for OAK NYC... Some of my fav new works. They are only a few posted this week, and the rest to come.

Check it out on their home page:

Or on OAK's site:
OAK Blog

client: OAK NYC

photographer: nicholas routzen
stylist: sah d’simone
models: anais pouliot, fabienne vanderhaeghen, ataui deng, and emily page for trump models
hair: billy keith
assistant hair: johnny du’coin
makeup: claudia lake for nars at contact
stylist assistant: idil tabanca
photo assistant: greg aune