Water Runs Dry

Last month came and went so fast, and I wanted to show and tell what has been going on.
First of all I’ve been working for a Swiss clothing brand with still life of accessories and such for a couple of weeks with a London based production studio.
In addition I’ve been trying to get an agency in Milan, which is proving to be very challenging. As well I’m being told that my style is not commercial enough, which makes sense since commercial jobs are more lucrative for the agencies.
And last, but not least, I’ve been working on a new exhibition that was to open last week, but the management wanted me to do the opening exhibition in the fall instead, so to give them more time for publicity and so on. Since September is many months from now, and I’ll be doing new work for that, I decided to start showing the different works that I’ve been doing to complete it.
Water Runs Dry
More of this to come
Credits
Styling: Ortal Assis
Grooming: Notburga Zoeggeler
2morrow Model Management Milan: Caroline Austin and Rodrigo Dorigato
Thanks to ‘Swim Education Club Milano’ for the location

Men’s Fashion Week Milan 2012

During this Men’s Fashion Week in Milan I was working with WHITE Milano. They organise the showcase of over 100 brands and designers in Via Tortona. The art-innstallations was by Erika Calesini. I was there to photograph the events, detail-shots and ‘whatever I found interesting.’ That’s exactly what I did, so here’s a look at how it all was:

Update

I’ve been working hard this week doing 2 fashion shoots with Elite models and also having an event/exhibition at Kitsch bar, Milano. These days I’m doing post-production on the two stories and thought I’d share a couple of them. Also look out for the event photos later on.
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And, why not a couple “behind the scenes” while I’m at it:
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Francesca Woodman

Yesterday I was walking around a bit taking pictures and I saw this fantastic poster advertising a photo-exhibition by photographer Francesca Woodman (1958-1981). She took fantastic self-portraits and had a way of viewing the world that changed the world of art photography forever. If you’re in Milan – check it out!

I love the way posters curl up and when it’s combined with other things like branches or grafitti.
Check out the original picture, and several others here
And while we’re at it, here’s a couple more street-pictures I took yesterday:

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Breathe
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