You Could Be Featured In Corcoran’s ’Live Who You Are’ Ads
Pro surfer, Montauk native, and now Corcoran girl Quincy Davis strikes a pose for Annie Leibovitz. (Photo: Annie Leibovitz)
, a heavy hitting Hamptons real estate agency with offices in Manhattan and Palm Beach, has called in the big guns for their most recent ad campaign, famed photographer Annie Leibovitz
. Celebs including Jimmy Buffett
, pro surfer Quincy Davis, and 13 generation Hamptonites the Topping Family were shot and are being featured in the seven figure ad campaign that runs through the fall. Understanding the need to "go social" they are looking for a few amateur photogs to get snap happy with their new social media photography contest that runs through October 12, 2014.
"People's reaction to the Annie Leibovitz campaign has been tremendous; the response extraordinary," says Christina Lowris-Panos, Corcoran's Chief Marketing Officer. "Annie's portraits of remarkable individuals and families really resonate with consumers and we are very excited to see the creative depictions of people in their homes consumers submit for the contest. There are enormously talented and creative people everywhere and, who knows, the contest may discover the next Annie Leibovitz!"
The rules are simple: the submission that best captures the spirit of the 'Live Who You Are' campaign will not only win a complimentary three-night stay for two at the NoMad hotel in New York but will have a chance to be featured as part of the new Corcoran campaign, alongside the images created by Annie Leibovitz.
To enter, simply upload a photo of yourself in your home to a custom app on Corcoran's Facebook page
to create your own Annie Leibovitz-inspired ad.
King of Chill, Jimmy Buffett poses alongside a sweet ride for Corcoran. (Photo: Annie Leibovitz)
Nicole, an award-winning journalist, is Executive Editor & Publisher of Hamptons.com where she focuses on celebrity interviews, fine living and design, social events, fashion and beauty. She lives on the North Fork with her husband, their two daughters, and Bernese Mountain dog, Cooper. www.hamptons.com