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(Spain 1971) is a photographer based in Barcelona that has been working for the last 20 years with a wide range of clients from magazines and advertising agencies to architectural and design offices.
His style is very graphic and detailed, highly indebted with his early years of architectural photography. From that early architectural work he moved towards fashion and portraiture but after a while it all came back together and mixed.
To this day he uses the tools and methods of an architectural photographer: patience, detailed observation and large format cameras for the majority of his work. His favourite projects are the ones that combine space/architecture and fashion/portrait. He is currently working in two projects, one that involves spatial photographu and performing artists and one that involves space and weapons.
Clients AD Deutsch & Spain, Wallpaper, Monocle, Vogue Uk & Spain, El Pais Semanal, The Guardian, New York Times.....Zara, Loewe, Sita Murt, Visa, BMW, Mercedes, BBDO, SCPF, Saatchi Worldwide, 2X4, different spanishs banks....
Nico Stinghe's art is provocative, and high in emotion. Disturbing at times, his photos and short films are often charged with tragedy and present a direct challenge to the viewer. Who is this girl? Is this for real? Inspired by the fashion industry, Nic often asks his models to participate in the shoot by making their own costumes. This adds realness, we are not modeling haute-couture here...are we? Photographer, filmmaker, architect and multi-media artist, Nico loves anything glam, the absurdity of things, the magic of dressing up and putting on makeup. Colors, glitter and sluts meet the sad and unfortunate. Nico likes people who have something to show, something to say,... a story to tell. This is where crisis and beauty meet, where aesthetics merge with fashion and theatrality. He flirts with abstraction and design, simply for the sake of seeing the beauty of carnage in slow motion.
selected clients & publications:
adidas, diesel, 55dsl, the bay, canadian broadcasting corporation, tourisme montreal, shelly’s london, simons, aldo, mackage, rudsak, zed tv, nylon magazine, vice magazine, zink magazine, tiger magazine, south african photography magazine, montreal trust, w hotels, design within reach, style xchange, axe/lynx, sid lee, dress lab, bleu blanc rouge advertising, bob advertising, spin magazine, jet set magazine, icograda, idn magazine, thomas balint, natural furs, v5, taxi network, berlin&nyc fashion week, ctm music festival, naviiv, show studio, tzuji london, converse, k7 records, azrii and iii, tim kacker, boy london, brant bawer frick, ruffian nyc, galerie pangee, soho house, stronach family
UK based International award winning photographer Armando Ferrari has shot throughout Europe on many major campaigns whilst pursuing his personal projects.
A thoughtful but raw intensity and cinematic gaze runs through his work which is always executed with form and a sense of beauty in mind. His images are both graphic and complex.
With a natural and intuitive understanding of light he has been unafraid to cross genres from automotive to portraiture, sport and reportage.
Nike, Evonik, Umbro, Surface Magazine, Glenlivet, BBC, Dazed, New Statesman, New Scientist, Sourz-MTV
Troels Jepsen was born in Copenhagen, Denmark into a family that is nuts with traveling. His parents traveled with him and his sister since they were little to faraway places. To tropical islands with white beaches and faraway lying cultures. During these travels he became interested in storytelling through the lens of his beat up 35mm film camera. He loved meeting new people and seeing new things – He was curious and always felt more alive during these adventures. This led him on a photographic journey to Paris where he started assisting fashion and advertising photographers such as Terry Richardson. Living a double life as an assistant and working on his own photographic projects at the same time.
Troels is full of energy and he might have inherited some of his father`s ADHD. Maybe that explains why he loves the more difficult and complex shoots with lots to do.
He smiles a lot and loves to work with people and to have fun whilst creating something together.
is an American Artist meanwhile living and working in Berlin. He was born in the USA and formally trained and graduated in Theatre. Alexander is self-taught in Photography. Alexander Coggin's work ranges between a candid sight on human being and staged still life and studio images. His work has often been featured online and in publications, editorials and advertising. Coggin explores the duality between lonely and staged interiors and often personal human relationships.
20-year-old Paris-based photographer Sidi-Omar Alami decided to leave his country after he spent one year in medicine school to explore the world with just his backpack and his camera. He states: "It was hard to make this choice, to leave my family, my friends, my comfort, but I made it because in my heart it was the good choice, and today after one year of travel I realized that it was the best choice I made in my life.
He has been to Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonésia, Qatar, Iceland, Sweden, Morocco, Switzerland, Canada, Norway. Through his photos Sidi-Omar likes to encourage people to travel.
David Goh is a 23 year old artist and photographer from Singapore.
Following an early interest in the medium, he pursued his formal studies in Fine Art Photography at LASALLE College of the Arts Singapore before moving on to further expand his portfolio in New York, Paris and most recently Sydney; lending a unique international perspective to his work. The use of photography as a medium to explore the relationship between the human body and the environment as well as an interest in shapes and forms present in the anatomy of the body in relation to the landscape (natural or man-made) regularly informs his decisions and approach into the making of the image.
A firm believer in natural light, David’s images – characterised by the unmistakable black and white and emotive style – applies the principles of pure photography; using simply light and shade. His minimalist aesthetic and sensitivity to light help bring into sharp relief the beauty of his subjects, giving rise to imagery that celebrates both the environment and his subjects in their most natural state.