Model: Julia Almendra @ Marilyn Model Management
Make-up & Hair: David Tibolla @ Exclusive Artists, using Koh Gen Do & Kerastase Aura Botanica.
Photographer Pablo Ravazzani is known for his stark and conceptual fashion inspired work. His photos share a symbiosis of textures and colour, wether its grainy walls and shiny vinyl or black and white or a pop of strong colour; his photos are eye catching and bold. Ravazzani was born in Punta del Este, Uruguay, but has fallen in love with New York City’s energy and now calls the city his home. He first found his calling to photography in his last year at University. This was not a surprising new hobby as Ravazzani had always been interested in the skill. His unique style and dedication had a moment of recognition when Ravazzani landed a spot in the 2002,“Life of the City” exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. This is obviously a merited moment in his career, and has in...
School Days are Over.SOUND
Photographer Vasilis Photiou is a lover of street style and its very apparent in their newest series “School Days are Over”. Styled by Photiou, make up by Agata Porszke, modelled by Milla McKenzie (Bookings Model Agency) and Ruby Bell Gray; Together they created a street style statement which represents the current attitude of youth culture. Shot around Chelsea in West London, the series showcases the simplicity of being young, pure with no place to go....
NM: Where are you from in Canada, and what has brought you to your current residence in Portugal? How have these locations inspired your work?
JS: I was born in Regina, Saskatchewan and grew up in Calgary, Alberta. I came to Portugal for love and ended up just staying and making it my home base. I started taking photos in Calgary as a way of escaping my reality, where I felt restless. I made a few trips to really beautiful places nearby like the mountains of Alberta and Drum Heller (a very strange place that looks like Mars), and those trips with friends led me to having a love affair with photos as a means of adventure and capturing something in time with those important to me. The rush of getting film developed was a kind of magic thing too. When I came to Portugal I was still taking pictures but became a but disenchanted with that process. I had a lot of alone time and a more sleepy lifestyle, so I started painting. The is...
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Vee Asmavee photographed by Matthieu Lunard, Fashion Editor Akekaluk Sangjunda.