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CARNIVAL MAGAZINE ISSUE 01 / MAY 2014 THE FIRST EDITION / A VIBRANT & ECLECTIC CELEBRATION OF FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY INTRODUCING THE WORK OF 30 PHOTOGRAPHERS INCLUDING MARK ELZEY JR. / DJENEBA ADUAYOM / BARA PRASILOVA / TOMMY NAPOLITANO & MORE

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CRNVL ISS 01

2014 : MAY

CARNIVAL MAGAZINE

344 mm

PLUS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW FEATURE WITH DOMINO. AT UMNO MAGAZINE


Copyright Š Carnival Magazine 2014 / All Rights Reserved

CRNVL ISS 01


Cover Photograph / Mia Waldern Copyright Š Mark Elzey Jr. Featured in Chapter 24

COVER CREDIT


ABOUT CARNIVAL MAGAZINE / ISSUE 01

About Carnival CARNIVAL MAGAZINE ISSUE 01 / MAY 2014 THE FIRST EDITION / A VIBRANT & ECLECTIC CELEBRATION OF FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY INTRODUCING THE WORK OF 30 PHOTOGRAPHERS INCLUDING MARK ELZEY JR. / DJENEBA ADUAYOM / BARA PRASILOVA / TOMMY NAPOLITANO & MORE

CARNIVAL MAGAZINE

350 mm

PLUS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW FEATURE WITH DOMINO. AT UMNO MAGAZINE

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CRNVL ISS 01

2014 : MAY

Carnival Magazine is the brand new quarterly online publication, dedicated to celebrating vibrant and eclectic fashion photography from around the globe. Each issue showcases the work of 30 talented photographers from all over the world, either personally selected by our editorial team or received through our online open submissions. In addition to showcasing the work of established professional photographers, Carnival Magazine is dedicated to exposing the creative work of up and coming talents to the industry. We seek to provide a platform for photographers to show their work to the world, in an inspirational creative resource.

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CRNVL ISS 01

ABOUT CARNIVAL MAGAZINE


EDITORS LETTER / ISSUE 01

Editor’s Letter Welcome to Carnival Magazine Issue 01! Within this very first edition, we showcase the eclectic photographic talents of 30 creatives from around the globe. Over the last few months of curation, we have had the pleasure of working with an amazing archive of photography that will not disappoint! I’d personally like to thank each and every one of our contributors for their participation with Carnival Magazine. I hope that this issue brings you the exposure that your talents deserve. Issue 01s cover photograph belongs to the series ‘Mia Waldern’ by the extremely talented New York City photographer, MARK ELZEY JR. Being one of the first photographers on board with this issue, Mark has been a huge inspiration to the vibrancy of the magazine, featuring within our pre-launch website and being the initial face of our social network artworks. You can find a full feature of his work in Chapter 24 (Ø266). This issue also features an exclusive interview with the wonderful DOMINO., ‘The Shaper’, founder and editor of UmnO Magazine International (Ø150). The interview talks explicitly about his career as an art director and mix media artist, as well as discussing the independent innovation and launch of his ‘Bible of Fashion’ and pop culture magazine. Carnival Magazine is dedicated to exposing up and coming talents into the industry, as well as showcasing established photographers. In the creation of this issue, we have had the pleasure of collaborating with the creative students of Loughborough University, UK (Ø168). We’ve also collaborated with TOMMY NAPOLITANO, who’s work features in Chapter 16 (Ø176), on a Carnival inspired editorial, due to feature in Issue 02. If you’d like to be involved with our next issue, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. We’re always looking for new opportunities, stories, contributors and collaborations. NATALIE KAYE GOLDSMITH Founder / Editor

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We hope that you enjoy this vibrant and eclectic collection of photography as much as we have enjoyed creating it. Thank you for viewing, we look forward to hearing your feedback!

EDITOR’S LETTER

WELCOME TO ISSUE 01


CRNVL ISS 01

Ø 150

CARNIVAL MAGAZINE

CONTENTS

Extended Interview Feature Carnival Magazine Interviews DOMINO. The Shaper. Art Director and Editor of UmnO Magazine

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Ø 266

24

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Diana Lapin Violet

15

Grace Sanchez Ice

Ø 140

14 Ø 132

Ø 124

13

Paola Leonardi Unknown Pleasures

Erik Umphrey Lex Scott

03

Oliwia Grochal Candy Girl / Rebellook

Ø 114

12

Ø 50

05

Ø 38

04

Ø 26

Ø 14

02

Nathalie Thery Nobody Is Here / Nadia

Ø 02

01

Ø 106

11 Wayne Thomas Black and White Portraiture

Mark Elzey Jr. Santa Cruz Carnival Park / Mia Waldern

Patrícia Ferreira Sejour À Paris / Ø 256 La Redécouverte

Ø 248

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Ø 238

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Ailera Stone Sugar and Spice

Michael Mannarino Smashbase Portraiture

Jack KindredBoothby Kelly Jordan Collection

Petia Cholakova Four Rooms One Garden / Supernova 01

Aleksandra Kingo Blossom / Mimic / Flaneur

Long Tran Elpis Triangle

CONTENTS / ISSUE 01


Featured Talent Showcase Carnival Magazine visits students at Loughborough University, in a collaborative editorial ‘Candy’

CRNVL ISS 01

Ø 168

CARNIVAL MAGAZINE

Victoria Bolkina The Source / Bird Cliffs

Colston Julian Bombay Ganesh Bridal Fusion / Calcutta

CONTENTS

Ø 334

30

Sebastian Lang Paint / Innocent

Bara Prasilova Air Force / Work In Progress / Czech Fashion Project Ø 320 / Indigo Kida

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Ø 306

28

Ø 294

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Ø 286

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Natalia Nnatkin Savage Flower

Ø 226

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Ø 212

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Ø 196

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Ø 186

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Ø 176

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10 Jennifer Zehl Carnival / Innocent Rebel / The Second Face

Ø 96

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Ø 80

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Ø 74

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Ø 64

06

Djeneba Aduayom Road Trip

Kristina Ivanovic Streetstyle at Milan Fashion Week

Leslie Wong Monochrome Infatuation

Tommy Napolitano Game Over / Colour and Shadow / Francesco Riva

Tina Picard Purity / Lost In The Wind

Clara Copley Lost Kingdom

Simona Smrckov Flowery / Landscapes

Israel Vientidos Voddoo

Jan Drochytka Collection Tradition / Complex Set

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Long Tran NEW YORK CITY, USA.

www.longtran.co

pr@longtran.co

© LONG TRAN

“Originally from Vietnam, New York City based designer Long Tran is on the brink of something new, fresh, and innovative with amazing concepts and top-notch craftsmanship. Whilst designing on his own for nearly 7 years since high school, Long Tran studied at Columbia College in Chicago for Fashion and Design, thereafter moving to NYC and attending Wood Tobe Coburn College as a Fashion Merchandise major. Not being satisfied fully, Long quickly enrolled to FIT for Accessories Design, whilst part-time interning for Maria Cornejo and Zero to get his foot in the door. After that Long said to himself, “It’s time to branch out” and do everything on his own - create his fashion house and bring it to life! Fashion is not dead just yet.”


ELPIS TRIANGLE FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

01 : USA

LONG TRAN

02-13 mm

Ø 03


No

Ø 04

CRNVL ISS 01

01 : USA

LONG TRAN

02-13 mm


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

01 : USA

LONG TRAN

02-13 mm

Ø 07


No

Ø 08

CRNVL ISS 01

01 : USA

LONG TRAN

02-13 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.


SET DESIGN / Natalie Rivera

HAIR STYLING / Kevin Phong MUA / Zarielle Washington

FASHION STYLING / Drew Brando and Amaris Jones

Clara @ Red, Stephanie Glenn @ Envy, Jamison Murphy @ Adam

MODELS / Alexander Charles, Ryan Keenan, Victoria, Gina and

ELPIS TRIANGLE / PHOTOGRAPHY Long Tran

No

“Long Tran is keeping what is left of creativity alive and it is being unleashed through both his Men’s and Women’s collections. Long single-handedly captures an array of seamless Couture high fashion art in his designs. Every garment is specially designed from the finest material and carefully fitted, starting from just a simple thought process to sketching and bringing his art to life.”


“He experiments with texture, new age 3D concepts with a bit of fantasy for the imagination to transpire. Not only does Long Tran just design, he also does his own photography and art direction. Photography is just a second love of his which he can interpret a new breed of art and emotion, and draw from his designing. It’s totally a win-win situation for him, art and creativity just flows through his veins.”

CRNVL ISS 01

01 : USA

LONG TRAN

02-13 mm

Ø 11


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 12

CRNVL ISS 01

01 : USA

LONG TRAN

02-13 mm


No

02

Aleksandra Kingo LONDON, GBR.

www.aleksandrakingo.com

hello@aleksandrakingo.com

© ALEKSANDRA KINGO

London-based Russian photographer Aleksandra Kingo is a London College of Fashion graduate. She works on fashion editorials, advertisement campaigns, beauty shoots, lookbooks as well as moving image. Aleksandra’s work is between reality and romanticism. She believes that photography should be personal and loves the possibility of creating any kind of world through her medium. Most of her work is based around human beings and she gains a lot inspiration for themes and concepts from everyday life stories. Aleksandra’s personal style and skills help show a certain presence in her work, which enables room for expression, depth and great imagery. She enjoys collaborating with both established and up and coming creatives.


BLOSSOM / MIMIC / FLANEUR FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

02 : GBR

ALEKSANDRA KINGO

14-25 mm

Ø 15


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 16

CRNVL ISS 01

02 : GBR

ALEKSANDRA KINGO

14-25 mm


Model, Annika Leick / Modelwerk. Styling, Lorand Lajos. Hair & MUA, Evangelos Tzimikas using Products of Chanel and Bumble&Bumble. Photography Assistant, Luise Aedtner.


No

MIMIC (NEXT) FASHION DIRECTION / Milda Čergelytė FASHION DESIGN / MIMI.C Pre-Fall Demi Couture HAIR STYLING, MUA / Neringa Sutkute MODELS / Gerda Obelieniute @ Next LOCATION / Sanderson Hotel London FLANEUR (LAST) “You Can’t Brush Your Hair With a Budgie” FOR PIGEONS & PEACOCKS MAGAZINE FASHION STYLING / Ellis Wood MODELS / Peggy Gould and Rex HAIR STYLING / Molly Turrell MUA / Nikita Wright


BLOSSOM THE STUDY OF MASCULINITY (ABOVE) FASHION STYLING / Aleksandra Kingo HAIR STYLING, MUA / Neringa Sutkute MODELS / Roman, Denis & Marius

CRNVL ISS 01

02 : GBR

ALEKSANDRA KINGO

14-25 mm

Ø 19


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 20

CRNVL ISS 01

02 : GBR

ALEKSANDRA KINGO

14-25 mm


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

02 : GBR

ALEKSANDRA KINGO

14-25 mm

Ø 23


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 24

CRNVL ISS 01

02 : GBR

ALEKSANDRA KINGO

14-25 mm


No

03

Petia Cholakova BULGARIA, BGR.

www.behance.net/orlypet

petiacholakova@abv.bg

Š PETIA CHOLAKOVA

Petia Cholakova works alongside Orlin Hristov, forming the creative team PetOrly. The art directing duo work with an array of fashion photography commissions and projects, creating visually stimulating and unique imagery. The featured stories explore eccentric fashion and elaborate styling, using props and unique fashion design. Supernova 01, features a glamorous and vibrant headdress, designed by Eleonora Bruno. The shoot demonstrates a high contrast between flawless portraiture with the textured neutral environment. PetOrly’s extensive professional portfolio captures a diverse and ever-refreshing sense of creativity, ever-engaging their attentive audience with a celebration of eclectisism with the elegance of luxury trend collections.


CRNVL ISS 01

03 : BGR

PETIA CHOLAKOVA

26-37 mm

Ø 27

FEATURED EDITORIALS

FOUR ROOMS, ONE GARDEN / SUPERNOVA 01


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 28

CRNVL ISS 01

03 : BGR

PETIA CHOLAKOVA

26-37 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

03 : BGR

PETIA CHOLAKOVA

26-37 mm

Ø 31


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 32

CRNVL ISS 01

03 : BGR

PETIA CHOLAKOVA

26-37 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

03 : BGR

PETIA CHOLAKOVA

26-37 mm

Ø 35


“The editorial spreads of a modern fashion magazine allow the photographer to construct fictive worlds, which unfold, page after page, like series of stills from unrealised films.”

Ø 36

CRNVL ISS 01

03 : BGR

PETIA CHOLAKOVA

26-37 mm


MODEL / Gloria Petkova @ IVETFASHION

HAIR STYLING / Margarita Doseva

MUA / Desi Yordanova

RETOUCHING / Orlin Hristov

POST PRODUCTION / Orlin Hristov

REALISATION / PETORLY

FOUR ROOMS, ONE GARDEN

MODEL / Hristiyana Dimitrova @ IVETFASHION

HAIR STYLING, MUA / Krsimira Petrova

RETOUCHING / Orlin Hristov

POST PRODUCTION / Orlin Hristov

SUPERNOVA 01, REALISATION / PETORLY


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04

Jack KindredBoothby LONDON, GBR. Jack Kindred Boothby is a London based creative, an amateur photographer who is currently working full-time in fashion and costume production. Fascinated with manual photographic processes, Jack works creatively with film to develop unique and experimental photography. He enjoys creating a story about clothing and what it means to wear it, capturing a sense of identity and belonging that is evoked by our fashion decisions.

www.jackkindredboothby.co.uk

jackkindredboothby@gmail.com

© JACK KINDRED BOOTHY

“Photography is something I enjoy playing with in my free time. I just shoot to have fun. I like experimenting with processes, just seeing what my camera can do. I aspire to the thought that photography is recording light, not vision.”


KELLY JORDAN COLLECTION FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

04 : GBR

JACK KINDRED BOOTHBY

38-49 mm

Ø 39


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 40

CRNVL ISS 01

04 : GBR

JACK KINDRED BOOTHBY

38-49 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

04 : GBR

JACK KINDRED BOOTHBY

38-49 mm

Ø 43


No

“I like playing with the film in the camera, doing multiple exposures, masking etc. Mostly I use a Pentax ME Super that was my dad’s mums, in fact he nearly threw it out and I stopped him! I was really inspired seeing an exhibition about Miroslav Tichý in New York. I love how he made his own cameras, something I’ve tried to do a couple of times, also I love how he drew his own frames around the images he really liked. It’s nice to see how much of the work of his hands goes into the photos - not just pressing the shutter. Being also a designer I find it interesting creating a story about clothing and what it means to wear it, the identity and belonging that comes from the ways we dress ourselves.”

Ø 44

CRNVL ISS 01

04 : GBR

JACK KINDRED BOOTHBY

38-49 mm


KELLY JORDAN FASHION COLLECTION DIRECTION / Jack Kindred Boothby FASHION DESIGN / Kelly Jordan


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

04 : GBR

JACK KINDRED BOOTHBY

38-49 mm

Ø 47


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 48

CRNVL ISS 01

04 : GBR

JACK KINDRED BOOTHBY

38-49 mm


No

05

Michael Mannarino CHICAGO, USA.

www.smashbase.com

mike@smashbase.com

Š MICHAEL MANNARINO

Michael Mannarino is a Chicago based photographer, his portfolio focusing primarily on eclectic fashion portraiture. He photographs unique alternative models, often using tattoos as a primary feature within his work. Michael explores the portrayal of the skin through modest and elegant nudity, pairing this with the presentation of beautiful body decoration. Michael shoots mainly female portraiture, portraying both bespoke beauty and fashion in an intimate, organic and natural manner.


SMASHBASE PORTRAITURE FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

05 : USA

MICHAEL MANNARINO

50-63 mm

Ø 51


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 52

CRNVL ISS 01

05 : USA

MICHAEL MANNARINO

50-63 mm


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

05 : USA

MICHAEL MANNARINO

50-63 mm

Ø 55


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 56

CRNVL ISS 01

05 : USA

MICHAEL MANNARINO

50-63 mm


“I first discovered photography in high school. My high school offered photography classes as an elective. At this time, digital photography was in it’s infancy (it was about 1994), so I learned to photograph on film. In particular, black and white film. I also learned to process and develop my own film in the darkroom. I quickly fell in love with the process and proceeded to take every available photography class my high school offered. I still have my first camera. It’s a Canon AE-1 which is a fully manual SLR film camera.”

CRNVL ISS 01

05 : USA

MICHAEL MANNARINO

50-63 mm

Ø 59


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 60

CRNVL ISS 01

05 : USA

MICHAEL MANNARINO

50-63 mm


No

“After high school I dabbled in photography here and there, but it wasn’t until 2008 that I attempted to photograph people properly. In 2011, I got my first digital SLR and began shooting as often as I possibly could. These days, I still work a typical, boring job during the week. I do, however, try to shoot as much as possible on weekends.”

Ø 62

CRNVL ISS 01

05 : USA

MICHAEL MANNARINO

50-63 mm


SMASHBASE PHOTOGRAPHY MODELS / Jess

Madison Sky, Sylvia, Beta Juliet, Zzy, Precious Little


No

06

Jan Drochytka PRAGUE, CZE.

www.jandrochytka.tumblr.com

jan.drochytka@gmail.com

© JAN DROCHYTKA

“Currently I am a student of Photography in Prague, but in the last year I’ve done a lot, like assist for one of Czech Republic’s best photographers - Bara Prasilova, who also features within this issue of Carnival Magazine. I have also cooperated with magazines and modeling agencies, in addition to working on projects with Academy of Arts Architecture & Design in Prague. This includes shooting diploma fashion collections, an example of which features within this issue. I am interested in such way of combing fine-art photography with ‘commercial fashion style’.”


CRNVL ISS 01

06 : CZE

JAN DROCHYTKA

64-73 mm

Ø 65

FEATURED EDITORIALS

COLLECTION TRADITION / COMPLEX SET


Ø 66

CRNVL ISS 01

06 : CZE

JAN DROCHYTKA

64-73 mm


“These days I am a student of the Photography Department at Secondary Graphic School in Prague, Czech Republic. If I am honest, I don’t remember much of my early beginnings into the photographic field. I simply remember my fascination for cropping images. I look through my camera, and work to let the real subject of the photo out of the image with the use of negative space in a minimal composition. Then, from this obsession with space, came out let’s say the sophisticated method to post-crop images. This way I am playing with the viewers imagination and adding an intriguing and sense of mystery to the photography I showcase.”


“Two of the leading sets featured within this issue are the Complex Set and the fashion editorial for Antonin Simon (fashion designer). Complex Set is inspired by the place in Prague - it is an extraordinary complex of buildings for diplomats, built in early 90’s. However, it has never been used for this purpose, on top of that facing demolition these days. The purity and curtness in the pictures describes my feelings about the place.”

CRNVL ISS 01

06 : CZE

JAN DROCHYTKA

64-73 mm

Ø 69


“The editorial for Antonin Simon (a fashion design student of Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague) is the Collection Tradition. The concept derived from a very old Czech historical act, within which a boy traditionally dressed in a women’s folk costume becomes a man through the celebratory parade. I have sought to capture this sense of transformation in the collections photography, expressed through the transformation process contained in Antonin’s clothing. In certain time and sense, I am letting the boy come out or in, using predominantly the proportion and positioning of the featured clothing, to present the insecurity of decision to become a man.”

Ø 70

CRNVL ISS 01

06 : CZE

JAN DROCHYTKA

64-73 mm


“I find that in Czech Republic there are limited magazines that embrace and introduce fresh ideas and “fine-art” view of photography, so Carnival Magazine is the breath of fresh air that I hoped for!”


COLLECTION TRADITION CONCEPT, PHOTOGRAPHY / Jan Drochytka STYLING / Antonin Simon (AAA&DP) MODEL / Oskar Helcel COMPLEX SET CONCEPT, PHOTOGRAPHY / Jan Drochytka MUA, HAIR STYLING / Lenka Walderova STYLING / Jan Drochytka, Katerina Papezova @ H&M, Jakub Polanka MODELS / Michaela Michalcova & Kristina Hlubockova @ Clique Models ASSISTANT / Julie Hojdova

CRNVL ISS 01

06 : CZE

JAN DROCHYTKA

64-73 mm

Ø 73


No

07

Israel Veintidos SAN FRANCISCO, USA.

www.israelveintidos.4ormat..com

israel.veintidos@gmail.com

© ISRAEL VEINTIDOS

“Coming from a background of graphic and fashion design in Spain, I have always been fascinated with still images. While working for professional photographers as a studio assistant and DigiTech in London, and having always been inspired by visual motifs of German expressionist and 80’s horror films, my knowledge of lighting and composition has transformed into a more informed personal aesthetic that I aim to represent in my own work. The idea behind the featured shoot was to represent the beauty of ceremonial body paint in tribalist cultures. This is juxtaposed with a high fashion photo shoot at Iris Studios in London, an amazing and highly recommended studio with the help of one of my good friends and also great photographer, Jack Buster.”


VODDOO FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

07 : USA

ISRAEL VEINTIDOS

74-79 mm

Ø 75


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 76

CRNVL ISS 01

07 : USA

ISRAEL VEINTIDOS

74-79 mm


Model, Annika Leick / Modelwerk. Styling, Lorand Lajos. Hair & MUA, Evangelos Tzimikas using Products of Chanel and Bumble&Bumble. Photography Assistant, Luise Aedtner.


Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

STUDIOS / IRIS STUDIOS London Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna

MODELS / Nina and Fola @ Profile Models, Alexzandria

FASHION STYLING / Katia Bololia

HAIR / Takuya Baba

MUA / Bunny Hazel Clarke

No


CRNVL ISS 01

07 : USA

ISRAEL VEINTIDOS

74-79 mm

Ø 79


No

08

Simona Smrckova CZECH REPUBLIC, CZE. Simona Smrckova is a professional wedding photographer, shooting inventive and visually powerful fashion editorials in her free time. Simona strives to create atmosphere within her work, with a heavy focus on experimental colour and texture through her photography’s fashion and location styling.

www.simsfoto.cz

simona.smrckova@seznam.cz

© SIMONA SMRCKOVA

“I started in 2008, after my studies of painting in Brno. I was told to try wedding photography and after some years I am working as a full time wedding and baby photographer. All my free time is dedicated to my personal projects, where I am able to use much more creativity and my own invention. At present, I am trying to keep portrait photography as my “hobby”, not necessarily taking paid commissioned work.”


FLOWERY / LANDSCAPES FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

08 : CZE

SIMONA SMRCKOVA

80-87 mm

Ø 81


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 82

CRNVL ISS 01

08 : CZE

SIMONA SMRCKOVA

80-87 mm


“I love to build my own scene. Of course, I love to find an existing one, but to be honest it’s really hard in my country. I love to work with bulb and lamps around. Sometimes I use LED lamps, combined with daylight to create color effects. With each shoot, I consider the colour combination of whole story before I begin. I am using Nikon D700/800 , 50mm f+.č, 85mm f 1.8, 35mm f +.4. Artists of inspiration include Troy Brooks , Eugenio Recuenco, Mert and Marcus, Steven Klein, Sigur Ros, Parov Stelar and many many more”


FLOWERY (PREVIOUS) MODEL / Jana Sochorova STYLING / SIMS LANDSCAPE (ABOVE) MODEL, MUA / COCO

CRNVL ISS 01

08 : CZE

SIMONA SMRCKOVA

80-87 mm

Ø 85


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 86

CRNVL ISS 01

08 : CZE

SIMONA SMRCKOVA

80-87 mm


No

09

Clara Copley LONDON, GBR.

www.claracopley.co.uk

info@claracopley.co.uk

Š CLARA COPLEY

Clara is a Peruvian photographer who lives in London. She moved to England in 2002 when she was awarded with the Media and Creative Industries Scholarship by the University of Westminster. This was due to her career as a photographer, beginning aged 18, alongside her outstanding achievements while studying two degrees in the University of Lima. Clara has developed a career as an independent photographer since 2006, working in different areas of commercial photography in the UK. Her first job in fashion came in 2008 when she was hired to shoot a campaign for a British fashion brand. Since then, Clara has built a career as an international photographer shooting for magazines and clients based in Europe, USA and the Middle East.


CRNVL ISS 01

09 : GBR

CLARA COPLEY

88-95 mm

Ø 89

MUA / Sheri Vega

HAIR STYLING / J. Ramon Fernandez

FASHION STYLING / Stephanie Hirschmiller

MODEL / Gillian @ Leni’s Model Management

FEATURED EDITORIALS

LOST KINGDOM


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 90

CRNVL ISS 01

09 : GBR

CLARA COPLEY

88-95 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

09 : GBR

CLARA COPLEY

88-95 mm

Ø 93


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 94

CRNVL ISS 01

09 : GBR

CLARA COPLEY

88-95 mm


No

10

Tina Picard TORONTO, CAN.

www.tinapicard.com

tina@tinapicard.com

Š TINA PICARD

Tina Picard is a fashion photographer based in Toronto, Canada. She started in the fashion industry in 2009 and since then has been travelling and working internationally. Tina loves learning, improving and challenging herself. Her attention to detail and unique vision towards fashion and portrait photography has been making her work stand out. She has been published in numerous fashion and arts magazines all over the world. Originally from New Brunswick, Tina grew up with a fascination for Arts, but more specifically for photography. Mostly self taught, she started out in photography aged 20 and opened her first studio in 2009 in Ottawa. With her studio now established in Toronto, she specializes in fashion, beauty, advertising and portrait photography, traveling and working internationally.


PURITY / LOST IN THE WIND FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

10 : CAN

TINA PICARD

96-105 mm

Ø 97


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 98

CRNVL ISS 01

10 : CAN

TINA PICARD

96-105 mm


No

Ø 100

CRNVL ISS 01

10 : CAN

TINA PICARD

96-105 mm


MODEL / Gwen @ Peggi Lepage

HAIR STYLING / Kirsty Macdonald

MUA / Kimberly Tessier

PURITY, PHOTOGRAPHY / Tina Picard


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

10 : CAN

TINA PICARD

96-105 mm

Ø 103


Ă˜ 104

CRNVL ISS 01

10 : CAN

TINA PICARD

96-105 mm

MODEL / Jazmin @ Models International Management

HAIR STYLING / Kirsty Macdonald

MUA / Natalie Peachy

FASHION STYLING / Myriam Giroux

LOST IN THE WIND, PHOTOGRAPHY / Tina Picard

Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


No

11

Wayne Thomas LONDON, GBR. A freelance photographer, writer and videographer with a thirst for knowledge and humorous outlook on the world. Wayne balances a creative eye with an understanding of business, artist and campaign requirements, creating commercially orientated visuals whilst maintaining an artistic edge. Always looking for a challenge, he is keen to work with forward thinking clients who are open to collaborations. His photography captures his experiences of everyday life, creating an organic preservation of memory and time.

www.waynethomas.co.uk

samohtenyaw@gmail.com

© WAYNE THOMAS

“The photographs in this feature just show me and how I look at life. Life and everything that comes with it inspires me, so I’m inspired daily, and accordingly I shoot every day.”


CRNVL ISS 01

11 : GBR

WAYNE THOMAS

106-113 mm

Ø 107

FEATURED EDITORIALS

BLACK AND WHITE STREET PHOTOGRAPHY


Ø 108

CRNVL ISS 01

11 : GBR

WAYNE THOMAS

106-113 mm


“I’ve been a photographer for coming up to 2 years now, making it my full time profession just under a year ago. Life before was working in finance in the city, advising people and leading teams at Victoria’s Secret, presenting radio shows for the BBC, spoken word shows around the country, amatuer footballing missions, basically doing everything to work out what I actually want in life that uses all my skills.”


“My focus is being the best photographer I can be. There is a bigger picture and hidden agenda, but that will surface naturally in time. Knowing that I am a part of documenting history in someone’s world, and bringing it into my life and projecting this fusion through photography is massive! That’s why having life as my inspiration is so pivotal to my work. So if it is me using my 1985 Pentax Spotmatic F, or using one of my Canon DSLR for a shoot - achieving that moment in life is always my goal. The dream would be able to use my Pentax for all shoots that I do.”


CRNVL ISS 01

11 : GBR

WAYNE THOMAS

106-113 mm

Ø 111


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 112

CRNVL ISS 01

11 : GBR

WAYNE THOMAS

106-113 mm


No

12

Nathalie Thery LONDON, GBR. Nathalie Thery is an incredibly talented up and coming fashion editorial photographer and graphic designer, based in London. Her flamboyant photography captures a fusion of fashion and narrative in a visually vibrant manner.

www.nathaliethery.com

nathalietheryrf@gmail.com

© NATHALIE THERY

“Fashion, design and art always tickled my fancy. I did go to university, just to get that whole experience out of my system, and of course to learn more about the art of photography. I moved to London at the end of 2012, in attempts to live out my dream and catch my big break in the industry. I’m still not quite there yet, but I’m working incredibly hard to make it happen. Beyond that, I am also a Graphic Designer. Actually, throw anything design and arts related at me and I’m game.”


NOBODY IS HERE / NADIA FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

12 : GBR

NATHALIE THERY

114-123 mm

Ø 115


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 116

CRNVL ISS 01

12 : GBR

NATHALIE THERY

114-123 mm


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

12 : GBR

NATHALIE THERY

114-123 mm

Ø 119


No

“People. The story is people. That one shoot that has a larger luxe feel to it was a shoot for Poster Magazine in Melbourne that never got published. It was based around my one fear of throwing a party and no one showing up, and what I would do if ever placed in the situation. Fret and wait for people, and never one to put a party to waste, party on! I shoot because it is the one thing I can do, that would make me not care what people have to say about it. I love that I can visualise an image in my head and make it happen right in front of me. It is a picture of the inside of my mind. I shoot mostly fashion because there is so much I can do with it. And this being rather superficial, with all the tragedy around the world being captured already on camera, a little materialism and flamboyancy never hurt any one.”

Ø 120

CRNVL ISS 01

12 : GBR

NATHALIE THERY

114-123 mm


NOBODY IS HERE (CURRENT) ART DIRECTION / Nathalie Thery FASHION STYLIST / Stefanus Wong MUA / HAIR STYLIST / Sha Shamsi MODEL / Eric Bell @ Factor, Chicago NADIA (NEXT) ART DIRECTION / Nathalie Thery FASHION STYLING / Nadia Rahmat MODEL / Nadia Rahmat


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

12 : GBR

NATHALIE THERY

114-123 mm

Ø 123


No

13

Oliwia Grochal CRACOW, POL Oliwia Grochal is a fashion and portrait photographer from Cracow, Poland. Currently working in the fashion industry, Oliwia’s photographic focus is creating beauty. Experimental with digital, analogue and instant photography within her practice, Oliwia shoots with the passion of developing an alternative reality with the art of the camera.

www.oliwiagrochal.com

oliwiagrochal@gmail.com

© OLIWIA GROCHAL

“This is just a piece of my work. I really love working with models; I love fashion and I love beauty. I really want my models to feel beautiful, so that is my ‘photography style’. I work with an extremely talented team on each shoot, and I really think this is the most important thing in photography. Together we can make beautiful things.”


CANDY GIRL / REBELLOOK FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

13 : POL

OLIWIA GROCHAL

124-131 mm

Ø 125


CANDY GIRL (CURRENT) MODEL / JAQ, Karolina Bien @ AS Management MUA / Joanna Wolff REBELLOOK (NEXT) CLIENT / Answear (www.answear.com) MUA / Joanna Wolff MODEL / Rebellook

Ø 126

CRNVL ISS 01

13 : POL

OLIWIA GROCHAL

124-131 mm


“My very first time with a camera was in Portugal at Festival in 2008. I was so inspired and it really helped me to make the decision to study photography in Poland. I have been a portrait and fashion photographer since 2010, after graduating from the School of Photography in Cracow, Poland. After school I started to work for model agencies. I now work as a full time photographer for the fashion company ‘Answear.Com’, managing their Studio Department. I shoot because I love to create! I know that a photographer can make another reality with camera. I use different cameras - digital, analogue and instant too. When I go for holidays I take only analogue compact camera with bag full of negatives. I’m so inspired with Camila Akrans and Guy Bordin. I love their colours and forms. My dream shoot doesn’t exist because I shoot a lot and still push this ‘dream shoot border’ forward. My dream just came true and now I wait for more!”


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

13 : POL

OLIWIA GROCHAL

124-131 mm

Ø 129


No

Ø 130

CRNVL ISS 01

13 : POL

OLIWIA GROCHAL

124-131 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.


No

14

Erik Umphery LOS ANGELES, USA. Erik Umphrey is a predominantly portrait photographer based in Los Angeles. His photographic subjects include entertainment clientele such as Usher Raymond, Kid Ink and Terrell Owens. Erik’s extensive and diverse portfolio includes multiple commissions for a broad client base. The ‘Lex Scott’ shoot was styled by the model herself, the elegant waterside shoot capturing a tranquil ambiance.

www.erikumphery.com

erik@erikumphery.com

© ERIK UMPHREY

“Running shoes, check. Camera, check. iPhone, check. I’m good. I gave up suits and ties for a camera and a hell-ofa-life. My mantra is to live, love, travel, eat and along the way capture these moments. This is a trip to Tijuana, Mexico with my good friend Lex. We got a little lost and discovered beauty in what is typical described as a dark place.”


LEX SCOTT FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

14 : USA

ERIK UMPHERY

132-139 mm

Ø 133


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 134

CRNVL ISS 01

14 : USA

ERIK UMPHERY

132-139 mm


CRNVL ISS 01

14 : USA

ERIK UMPHERY

132-139 mm

Ø 137


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 138

CRNVL ISS 01

14 : USA

ERIK UMPHERY

132-139 mm


No

15

Paola Leonardi LONDON, GBR.

www.leonardiphoto.com

paolina@leonardiphoto.com

© PAOLA LEONARDI

“My photography is extremely varied. I shoot fashion editorials using digital cameras as well as analogue. I am a big analogue fan and I specialise in old photographic techniques, which I teach. My favourite fashion photographer is Nick Dorey, whose work inspired the lighting for this shoot in Carnival Magazine. Currently, I am also developing a very long-term project called “Borderlands: The Edges of Europe”. Within which, I photograph the borders between European Union countries and non-EU countries. It involves a lot of travelling to remote areas. I photograph everything on a Hasselblad, shooting with film. My father is a successful architectural photographer. However, I went into photography very late. I travelled after high school and moved to London.”


UNKNOWN PLEASURES FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

15 : GBR

PAOLA LEONARDI

140-149 mm

Ø 141


No

Ø 142

CRNVL ISS 01

15 : GBR

PAOLA LEONARDI

140-149 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

15 : GBR

PAOLA LEONARDI

140-149 mm

Ø 145


“After my BA I did an MA in photography at Goldsmiths College. Ever since then, I have been working freelance as well as doing my own projects. I also teach photography in few universities, in addition to running photography workshops at the Victoria & Albert Museum every summer! The shoot selected to feature in Carnival Magazine was done at Espero Studio, a Brick Lane studio that specialises in vintage props. I worked on the idea with stylist Joanne Mulcare, selecting a mixture of vintage and new designers to achieve a feminine and intriguing shoot.”

Ø 146

CRNVL ISS 01

15 : GBR

PAOLA LEONARDI

140-149 mm


No


CRNVL ISS 01

15 : GBR

PAOLA LEONARDI

140-149 mm

Ă˜ 149

Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.


EXTENDED INTERVIEW FEATURE / ISSUE 01

DOMINO. The Shaper. Carnival speaks to DOMINO. ‘the ultimate’ creative, mixed media artist and founder of UmnO Magazine.

www.umnomagazine.com

www.dominoaurora.tumblr.com

direction@umnomagazine.com

© DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

DOMINO. is ‘The Shaper’. This can be understood as the ultimate Creative and Mixed Media Artist. The craft of ‘The Shaper’ is nothing but give form to the matter. Every single kind of matter. Concepts, objects, spaces, people, arts, culture and beyond. Since childhood, DOMINO. manifested a creative mind. A mind that would not fit in any box. DOMINO. graduated on Advertising & PRs but is self-taught in Photography, Design, Illustration, Film-making, Creative Directing and Couching. There are no boundaries to his craft. At the age of nineteen DOMINO. created UmnO International, fashion and pop culture magazine, distributed in London and NYC. UmnO is The Number One title offering handy content in an ironic and honest way. DOMINO. lives between New York, Paris and Spain and continues both consulting and freelancing whilst producing UmnO International. Tell us about ‘DOMINO. The Ultimate Shaper’. Sounds like a very bad movie with too much budget! As pretentious as it could sound, I wanted to come up with a label that could define better what creatives do. The craft of ‘The Shaper’ is nothing but to give form to the matter. This is what they do, this is what we are. We shape.


CORNELIUS CAROL VIEWED BY DOMINO. FOR UMNO #2 CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm

Ø 151


PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION BY DOMINO. FOR UMNO #2 Ø 152

CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm


THE CRAFT OF THE SHAPER IS NOTHING BUT TO GIVE FORM TO THE MATTER. THIS IS WHAT THEY DO, THIS IS WHAT WE ARE. WE SHAPE

Where are you based? What do you do? Paris is my Nazi base. It is where I operate and shoot. Nobody dies in the process though (kinda). However, visiting NYC every year is compulsory. I like to work on my own photography projects, mostly editorial and artwork. For other photographers I art direct and consult, and always take care of the casting. For UmnO Magazine I have to organize all the logistics apart from the creative side. It’s the most ambitious project that always goes with me. You initially studied Advertising & PRs, where was this? How has this shaped and influenced your career path? In Spain, don’t go and do that. Well, it taught me not to rush important calls definitely. My choice was 100% wrong. Such a boring major, but I finished it despite its lack of relevance. So I guess I learned that - to always persevere. What initially made you turn to the creative industry? When did you realise that this was the journey you wanted to take? What was the Eureka moment? The Eureka moment was to watch, for first time, the original J’adore commercial with Carmen Kass. I wanted to live in that imaginary world. As you grow up, all magic vaporizes way too fast and the world gets smaller. Fashion and cinema are two of the few industries where you can truly create dreamlike dimensions. The human being needs this. Would you say your work captures a sense of escapism and ‘dreams’? How do you channel your dreams into your photography and art direction? I’m simply allergic to reality. I daydream a lot. I spend as much time alone as possible. Listening to music, dancing, singing, talking to myself as I watch movies. I need to listen and look at myself to check whether an idea is worth translating into work or not.


FOR ME, A GREAT PIECE OF ART LOSES ALL ITS PURPOSE IF THE MESSAGE IS UNINTELLIGIBLE

Concepts are crucial to you and your work. How do you ensure to put your initial ideas into action? When I have an idea, I normally dissect it into 3 or 4 concepts that can be used and understood separately. For me, a great piece of art loses all its purpose if the message is unintelligible. All that: “it has many interpretations”, just means it’s empty of any significance. It means that the piece is just cool-looking bullshit. I hate that. You have a beautiful photography portfolio, a collection of which is featuring in Carnival Magazine. Tell us about this work. What is your favourite series and why? Thanks! A mix of Art Direction, Photography and Artwork can be found in this short selection. Whether they come from different photographers or publications, I like to keep a signature look in all projects. This signature is always “The Idea”. I want viewers to be able to spot my concepts. Some artists try to do so using a filter. But they don’t understand there is only one Camilla Åkrans... You are extremely passionate about your work. How has your outlook on life changed from the beginning of your career to now? What have you learnt along the way? You learn a lot about how an industry works. A major breakthrough is realising that you should only release work once it’s (under your eyes) finished. I’ve not yet learned when to stop pushing, though I hope not to do so to be honest. You haven’t learned when to stop pushing, for success? For people. I keep pushing for artist and model agents mostly, to get their time and support for the projects I believe in. It can be annoying for some, but at the end they all bail and collaborate. It’s worth it! Which photographers or creatives inspire you most? At the beginning I was all about Steven Klein and Patrick Demarchelier. Those impossible productions! As I moved along I obsessed over Inez & Vinoodh and David Sims. It’s all about attitude! But, I’m devoted to “The Idea”, so I can’t get Txema Yeste and Steven Meisel out of my mind...


CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm

Ø 155


ROXANE FOR UMNO #1 ART DIRECTED BY DOMINO. Ø 156

CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm


HILDA DIAS PIMENTEL VIEWED BY DOMINO.


FORGETTING BOUNDARIES AND TREATING THE MAGAZINE LIKE A PERSON WERE THE BEST TOOLS TO DEVELOP A STRONG IDENTITY

You are the founder of UmnO International; tell us how this came about. When did you first decide to launch, create and produce the magazine? I had all these ideas about different style guides that I’d like to see in magazines. So I created a publication for them. These sections were supposed to be quite revolutionary so the name of the magazine had to be very arrogant. “U My Number One” Magazine. It was decided! We love UmnO Magazine’s honest, brutal and arrogant attitude and we’re sure its readers do too. How did you work to develop the magazine’s powerful personality? It was very organic. No business strategy behind it really. Forgetting boundaries and treating the magazine like a person were the best tools to develop a strong identity. When you began UmnO Magazine, what was your vision for the publication? What did you want to achieve? I wanted to create “The REAL Bible of Fashion”. Not because I wanted it to be better than Vogue, but because it was going to be REAL, useful, practical. Yes, UmnO is crazy, but you still can make use of the ideas and trends we showcase. What makes UmnO Magazine different? We go where the rest of the magazines don’t dare to. How’s that for a field trip? Tell us more about the ‘ironic and honest way’ in which you bring your readers ‘original and handy’ content. First of all, the popular magazines have a very hypocrite way of making business out of fashion. 50% of the advertising is not even on the campaign pages or advertorials. People do not know this fact. Advertisers control a lot of what goes into the content of a fashion publication. In UmnO there is NO advertising. There will be in the future. But in no way will we let that get in the way of our editorial voice. Secondly, the ideas and trends we showcase may look crazy in our pages, but our reader can see how to apply this to real life.


CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm

Ø 159

DIANA SILCHENKO PHOTOGRAPHED BY DOROTHEE MURAIL AD & STYLED BY DOMINO. FOR UMNO #2


Ø 160

CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm


GRACE HARTZEL VIEWED BY DOMINO. STYLED BY YASMINA BENABDELKRIM


I WANTED TO CREATE THE REAL BIBLE OF FASHION. NOT BECAUSE I WANTED IT TO BE BETTER THAN VOGUE BUT BECAUSE IT WAS GOING TO BE REAL

Who do you find is your main audience? It was initially conceived for a massive and young audience. The kids that listen to Rihanna and shop at H&M basically. When the fashion professionals started to pay attention to it we reshaped the format but maintained the content. Today, our readers are a mix of fashion industry members and young creatives in different fields. UmnO Magazine prides itself on ‘being the real bible of fashion’. Tell us about the ‘Commandments’. If you look at the most remarkable fashion houses, they represent almost a cult. Take Rick Owens as an example. In 2014, we took that a step further enunciating 10 imposed rules to our way of doing fashion. That makes ‘the cult’ easier to get and follow! Do you have a large team on board at UmnO? Do you art direct and photograph the UmnO shoots yourself? The art direction is always under my wing. A fashion editor needs to be present on every step of the editorial process. Otherwise, the concept gets diluted. I try to stay away from photographing for my own title. That narrows the vision of it. I rather work with different teams, so we take the initial idea where I had never imagined. Last issue counted with the support and collaboration of a team above 200 people. Next one will be sure bigger and keep growing. I’m the one centralizing all productions and content. Wow! How does it feel knowing such a big team of people are working to turn your visions into a reality? It doesn’t feel that big day-to-day, as you work in small teams. When the issue is finished and it’s time to put the credits together you are like, “the hell..?” It is when you reach to more ambitious projects when it gets very exciting. A few weeks ago we finished a film with 37 models in one day.


CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm

Ø 163

HANNARE PHOTOGRAPHED BY MOTE SINABEL AOKI ART DIRECTED BY DOMINO. FOR UMNO #2


CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

150-167 mm

Ø 165

ANOUK TORSING PHOTOGRAPHER BY MOTE SINABEL AOKI DIRECTED BY DOMINO. FOR UMNO #2


Ø 166

CRNVL ISS 01

INTERVIEW

DOMINO. / UMNO MAGAZINE

321-338 mm

KELLY MITTENDORF PHOTOGRAPHED BY MICHAEL DONOVAN ART DIRECTION BY DOMINO. FOR UMNO #2


WE GO WHERE THE REST OF THE MAGAZINES DON’T DARE TO. HOW’S THAT FOR A FIELD TRIP?

UmnO magazine is distributed in London and New York. Has it received an equally positive reception? Both cities sold out of the past issue but London faster. When is Issue 03 due to launch? Where will our readers be able to find it? Issue 03 will be out in 2014. To make the wait more pleasant, we launched an online video platform. Here you can find Fashion films, Pop Culture parodies, and our very own Reality: the UmnO Diary. London and NY will always be our main focus. For next issue I’m looking into LA too. I’m very selective with the newsstands, it’s only sold at the cutting edge stockists of both cities. What is the long-term dream, for both you as a creative and for the future of UmnO? For UmnO to be monthly and much more immediate. For both myself and UmnO Magazine, I’ll tell you I have a list of artists I want to collaborate with. But that’s never the last dream of course... Thank you, DOMINO. We wish both yourself and UmnO Magazine all the best and look forward to launch of Issue 03 later in the year.

Take a look at the work of both DOMINO. and UmnO Magazine online, via the following links. DOMINO. | www.dominoaurora.tumblr.com UmnO Magazine | www.umnomagazine.com

Youtube | www.youtube.com/umnomag Facebook | www.facebook.com/umnomagazine Twitter | www.twitter.com/umnomagazine Tumblr | www.vloggue.tumblr.com Instagram | www.instagram.com/umnomagazine


FEATURED TALENT SHOWCASE / ISSUE 01

Featured Talent Showcase Carnival Magazine is dedicated to showcasing emerging creative talent from around the globe. Each issue, we feature the work of up and coming photographers, stylists, make up artists and hair stylists, providing an exhibion platform for their creativity by introducing their work to the industry.

carolynbrownart@hotmail.co.uk www.glitterboxcb.tumblr.com

© CAROLYN BROWN

www.nkgoldsmith.com

nataliekgoldsmith@gmail.com

© NATALIE KAYE GOLDSMITH

We visited Loughborough University to work alongside a team of photographers, stylists and make up artists on an editorial feature for Issue 01. The shoot, ‘Candy’, took place at the Loughborough University Photography Studio Facility and its goal was to showcase a collaboration of creatives from the institution. Carnival Magazine’s editor, Natalie Kaye Goldsmith, curated a team of talented students from the university and also directed the shoot. The series was photographed by both Natalie and Carolyn Brown, an extremely talented Fine Art student and creator of Glitter Box Fine Art Photography. The pair were assisted by Susie Clark and Billie Bryant, who also documented the shoot for Carnival’s blog footage. The ‘Candy’ series screams Spring with its pastel tones and fresh, youthful vibe. The collaborated creatives worked to ensure that the photographs truly captured the fun and energetic attributes of the creatives. The clothing, sourced and collated by stylists Emma Hughes and Katie Brown, was chosen to accent the seasonal feel of the shoot. The featured clothing was kindly donated by New Look, Loughborough. The shoots make up artists and hair stylists worked to a colourful yet pastel palette, experimenting with both glitter and hair chalk to complement the fashion styling.


CRNVL ISS 01

FEATURED TALENT SHOWCASE

168-175 mm

Ø 169

CANDY EDITORIAL / CARNIVAL MAGAZINE / FEATURED TALENT SHOWCASE


Ă˜ 170

CRNVL ISS 01

FEATURED TALENT SHOWCASE

168-175 mm

Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.


WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO NEW LOOK LOUGHBOROUGH AND ALAN DUNCAN


Ø 172

CRNVL ISS 01

FEATURED TALENT SHOWCASE

168-175 mm

YOU CAN SEE MORE OF THE CANDY SERIES AND BEHIND THE SCENES FOOTAGE AT CARNIVAL MAGAZINE’S WEBSITE


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.


“For most of the model’s make-up I experimented with pastel colours which created a subtle colourful look which I enhanced at one point by colouring the model’s eyebrows a bright pastel colour. Whilst researching for the shoot, I came across an image of a model whose eyes were accentuated with the abundant use of glitter and thought this would be a fun and suitable idea. The glitter was tricky to work with, but who doesn’t love a bit of glitter to create an impact?!” LAUREN LEFTLEY, MUA.


CRNVL ISS 01

FEATURED TALENT SHOWCASE

168-175 mm

Sophie White, Anna Daly

Natalie Crofts, Anna Kyriacou, Rhiannon Bater,

MODELS / Harriet Davies, Hannah Fox, Sophie Elder,

HAIR STYLIST / Nora Luoma

MUA / Lauren Leftley, Michaela Jewell, Holly Finch

FASHION STYLING / Emma Hughes, Katie Brown

PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANTS / Susie Clark, Billie Bryant

PHOTOGRAPHY / Natalie Kaye Goldsmith, Carolyn Brown

EMMA HUGHES, FASHION STYLIST.

ART DIRECTION, CONCEPT / Natalie Kaye Goldsmith

“I was one of the stylists on the pastel shoot, ‘Candy’, for Issue 01 and it turned out to be the perfect shoot. After an initial meeting with the team about the shoots theme, I was sent out to find all things girly and sweet. Drawing upon the theme directed by Carnival Magazine, I selected a range of outfits from casual day wear to more formal evening wear but tried to maintain a youthful vibe to it all throughout. We were also extremely lucky to receive the support of New Look, who supplied us with a beautiful collection for the shoot.”

Ø 175


No

16

Tommy Napolitano MILAN, ITA

www.tommasonapolitano.com

tommasonapolitano17@gmail.com

© TOMMY NAPOLITANO

“Tommy was born in Naples, 1984. During his teenage years, his passion for photography and graphic art developed and escalated, reaching its peak during a trip in London, in 2010. From this moment on, his interest developed into a drive to continuously research and evolve his photography. Tommy loves to express his art in black and white, although he is fascinated by color and by the emotions that it can awake, when well studied and applied to practice.”


CRNVL ISS 01

16 : ITA

TOMMY NAPOLITANO

176-185 mm

Ø 177

FEATURED EDITORIALS

GAME OVER / COLOUR AND SHADOW / FRANCESCO RIVA


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 178

CRNVL ISS 01

16 : ITA

TOMMY NAPOLITANO

176-185 mm


“Elegance and depth of insight inspire his private works, especially his women‘s portraits, which sometimes have a cinematographic vibe. In fact, Tommy’s passion for movies is also a part of his everyday life, together with good music and sports. Today, he lives between Naples and Milan, but he is always ready to travel around Europe, to immortalize in photographs the beauty he is a spectator of.”


CRNVL ISS 01

16 : ITA

TOMMY NAPOLITANO

176-185 mm

Ø 181


No

BEAUTY FRANCESCO RIVA (NEXT) DIRECTION / Tommy Napolitano MUA / Francesco Riva MODEL / Olga De Mar HAIR STYLING / Alessandra


Carnival Magazine collaborated with Tommy Napolitano and his fantastic team on a Carnival inspired photo shoot in Soho, London. On a trip to London, we met with Tommy and his assistant Riccardo Freggia. This extremely vibrant, colourful and bold shoot works with model Clara Botte, elaborately fashion styled by the wonderful Petra Blurr and Serena Mannini. The shoot features the makeup artistry of Michelle Court, founder of Court on Camera Creatives agency. Keep your eyes peeled for the amazing results, coming to Carnival Magazine later this year.

CRNVL ISS 01

16 : ITA

TOMMY NAPOLITANO

176-185 mm

Ă˜ 183


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 184

CRNVL ISS 01

16 : ITA

TOMMY NAPOLITANO

176-185 mm


No

17

Leslie Wong SINGAPORE, SGP

www.behance.net/bokehboy

leslielionelw@gmail.com

© LESLIE WONG

“My first foray into photography was, as far I could recall, when I was a little kid and got my hands on my first camera, one of the disposable Kodak film cameras. The rest is history! I am currently studying a Photography degree in Singapore. ‘Monochrome Infatuation’ plays on subtle homo-eroticism and revolves around the idea of these two seemingly awkward girls having a crush on each other but are too shy to outright express their feelings. Working with two models simultaneously on set was definitely a challenge for me as I had to direct their two poses at once. The shoot was at an abandoned multi-storey car park which had textures that I was looking for - white washed walls with paint peeling off, metal scraps and just an overall greyish and dull vibe.”


MONOCHROME INFATUATION FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

17 : SGP

LESLIE WONG

186-195 mm

Ø 187


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 188

CRNVL ISS 01

17 : SGP

LESLIE WONG

186-195 mm


MUA / Ryan Tan, MAKEUPFOREVER BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

MODEL / Siwen L, Larissa K @ Basic

HAIR STYLING / Ryan Tan

FASHION STYLING / Gabby G

No


CRNVL ISS 01

17 : SGP

LESLIE WONG

186-195 mm

Ø 191


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 192

CRNVL ISS 01

17 : SGP

LESLIE WONG

186-195 mm


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

17 : SGP

LESLIE WONG

186-195 mm

Ø 195


No

18

Kristina Ivanovic MILAN, ITA.

www.behance.net/leteciputer

leteciputer@gmail.com

Š KRISTINA IVANOVIC

Kristina Ivanovic was born in Serbia and is currently an architecture student at Politecnico di Milano University, Italy. Her featured work, Milan Fashion Week Streetstyle is part of her regularly updated creative blog. In this photographic collection, Kristina spontaneously captures the beautiful clothing worn, paraded and consequently showcased on the streets at the event. Kristina has curated this documentary photography into a vibrant archive of styling inspiration for professionals and amateurs alike. Kristina creatively combines natural lighting and bespoke fashion into a fusion of eclectic outfits. Kristina’s blog, The Mozzarella, provides a reader with the latest fashion, architectual and lifestyle trends in a creative inspirational manner.


STREETSTYLE AT MILAN FASHION WEEK FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm

Ø 197


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 198

CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm

Ø 201


“My selected shoots are photographed during the fashion week in Milan. What inspired me? Well, simply all the amazing people I photographed. I shoot because I like to store all the amazing moments of my life. All the amazing things that I saw, all the amazing people that I met – archived into my little collection on my blog. I shoot everything! “I have worked as a freelance photographer for two years. At first glance, I am an architect, currently studying in Milan. But, I have my diary - my photography blog with all my photos. There you can find all different kinds of photography - from streetstyle, to arts, to design and also to architecture.”

Ø 202

CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm

Ø 205


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 206

CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm


No

“Everything that inspires me is spontaneous and completely in the moment. It is within the people, the architecture, the fashion and the nature! I use a DSLR Sony camera for my shoots, professional and streetstyle. At the moment I don’t specifically have a dream shoot, but I would love to do a black and white portrait project exploring feminism.”


CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm

Ø 209


No

Ø 210

CRNVL ISS 01

18 : ITA

KRISTINA IVANOVIC

196-211 mm


No

19

Djeneba Aduayom LOS ANGELES, USA.

www.djeneba-aduayom.com

djeneba.aduayom2@gmail.com

© DJENEBA ADUAYOM

Djeneba is an emerging award-winning photographer, based in Los Angeles. For her, beauty is something you feel. The ability to recognise something as ‘beautiful’ is a complex interplay between our senses and our environment. Even though Djeneba’s work straddles fashion, portraiture, and advertising, her personal work identifies that she is able to capture and infuse numerous subjects and moods all together. Having worked across four continents, she understands photography’s role is not to merely capture a moment in time. It’s a summation of the photographer, her vision, the subject, the client, a brief, and the connection between those ideas. Djeneba’s work focuses on discovering the extraordinary within the ordinary.


ROAD TRIP FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

19 : USA

DJENEBA ADUAYOM

212-225 mm

Ø 213


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 214

CRNVL ISS 01

19 : USA

DJENEBA ADUAYOM

212-225 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

19 : USA

DJENEBA ADUAYOM

212-225 mm

Ø 217


“I only started photography a few years ago. I am an artist at heart, a performer and I toured the world with some amazing artists in my life. I also studied interior design. Photography came up on my radar. From my previous backgrounds, I already had the love of images, fashion, design and art. It was love at first site and I dove into it with all my heart. I taught myself everything from scratch and from that very moment I was inspired to the point of seeing images everywhere all the time. Since when you begin photography, you have no means. You have no budget, no lights, minimal equipment. I started to create images with very little.”

Ø 218

CRNVL ISS 01

19 : USA

DJENEBA ADUAYOM

212-225 mm


“In the end it doesn’t matter what you don’t have. If you are a true creative, you will create something out of nothing. This is a challenge that thrills me and allows me to be creative. I am inspired by anything that catches my eye, architecture, design, art, music, images, movement, nature and much more. Everything is a source of inspiration in my world.”


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

19 : USA

DJENEBA ADUAYOM

212-225 mm

Ø 221


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 222

CRNVL ISS 01

19 : USA

DJENEBA ADUAYOM

212-225 mm


No

ROAD TRIP / DIRECTION Djeneba Aduayom MODEL / Barbara Opsomer FASHION STYLING / Lia Dillenseger HAIR STYLING / David Harrington MUA / Niko


“People cannot fathom that a photographer can shoot more than one thing. So I would say I shoot people - from fashion, to portraits and beyond. Unless the client needs something very specific, I tend to explore a few options to give a wide range of photographs to choose from. It is one of my skills to make anything work if I possibly can. There are no boundaries for me, I can shoot anything; an object, a person, a flower, a piece of garment, you name it. To me photography is like telling poetry. If you work in harmony with everyone, it creates a lovely little creative bubble. In my experience, the results are always good on this type of shoot!”

CRNVL ISS 01

19 : USA

DJENEBA ADUAYOM

212-225 mm

Ø 225


No

20

Jennifer Zehl DUESSELDORF, GER. Jennifer Zehl is a young and ambitious photographer and graphic designer from Düsseldorf, Germany. She loves to work with natural light and interesting people within her photography, with a main focus on fashion and beauty editorials. Jennifer strives to emotionally connect to the viewer of her photography through her technique, with a beautiful balance of colour and fashion styling.

www.jenniferzehl.de

hi@jenniferzehl.de

© JENNIFER ZEHL

“Fashion photography has always fascinated me. I never thought I’d pursue this career path myself. I have always loved to photograph, but I only did it for fun – until I started university. I am not working full time as a photographer… yet. I use every day to fulfill my dream.”


CRNVL ISS 01

20 : GER

JENNIFER ZEHL

226-237 mm

Ø 227

FEATURED EDITORIALS

INNOCENT REBEL / CARNIVAL / THE SECOND FACE


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 228

CRNVL ISS 01

20 : GER

JENNIFER ZEHL

226-237 mm


POST PRODUCTION / Jennifer Zehl

ASSISTANCE / Birgit Jóhve

MODEL / Sarah Hoffmann

MUA, HAIR STYLING / Susanne Hoops

DIRECTION / JENNIFER ZEHL

FASHION STYLING / Jennifer Zehl

CARNIVAL (CURRENT)

No

“I love beautiful people. They fascinate and inspire me. Needless to say, ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’, but that is what’s so wonderful about photography. I can release my inner, my sight of the world and show it to everybody. Because of that the photography is something very intimate for me. Like a writer who discloses his deepest inner. For every shoot I develop my own concept, handle the whole styling by myself and discuss which hair and make-up suits. My shoots are mostly about strong, sensual and independent women who break through everyday life situations. My idol is, without doubt, Ellen von Unwerth. I am fascinated of the easiness of her work. It would be a great honour to work with her someday in the future.”


CRNVL ISS 01

20 : GER

JENNIFER ZEHL

226-237 mm

Ø 231


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

20 : GER

JENNIFER ZEHL

226-237 mm

Ø 233


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 234

CRNVL ISS 01

20 : GER

JENNIFER ZEHL

226-237 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 236

CRNVL ISS 01

20 : GER

JENNIFER ZEHL

226-237 mm


MODEL / Katharina Roßleben

DIRECTION, STYLING / Jennifer Zehl

INNOCENT REBEL (PREVIOUS)

MODEL / Amelia Sobanska

DIRECTION, STYLING / Jennifer Zehl

THE SECOND FACE (CURRENT)

“For me, the ‘Carnival’ (first) story, is the epitome of a perfect day. The sun is shining, a day out at the carnival, flirting and having fun. It was an awesome cooperation and one of my most beautiful shoots so far. The ‘Innocent Rebel’ (previous) and ‘The Second Face’ (current) shows women with two sides. One seems to be very tough and strong because of her tattoos alongside the urban and cold environment, but her posing and the soft light makes her seem sensual and fragile. It is the total opposite with “The Second Face”. The model has a sad face and is in a romantic setting suddenly seems strong and confident because of her mask. I love to play with these kind of stylistic devices.”


No

21

Ailera Stone LONDON, GBR. Aliera Stone is a photography student based in London, originally from Vilnius, Lithuania. Her photographic practice is vibrant and playful, capturing a youthful attitude within her predominantly portraiture based portfolio of published work.

www.ailerastone.com

ailerastone@gmail.com

© AILERA STONE

“I began taking pictures at the age of 15. I was mostly taking conceptual portraits back then, but now I’m doing a lot more fashion pictures. I always liked to escape into other worlds through books, movies and music. A lot of my inspiration comes from music, literature and cinema. I found out that the best way to do that is by taking pictures. Photography is a way to capture moments and make them magical, bring the dreams into this world.”


SUGAR AND SPICE FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

21 : GBR

AILERA STONE

238-247 mm

Ø 239


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 240

CRNVL ISS 01

21 : GBR

AILERA STONE

238-247 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

21 : GBR

AILERA STONE

238-247 mm

Ø 243


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 244

CRNVL ISS 01

21 : GBR

AILERA STONE

238-247 mm


No

“The story featured in Carnival Magazine is about remembering childhood. It’s about two friends who like to dress up, make believe, but who also have a rebellious side as it’s more fun to take dolls apart than to play with them. It was photographed in the city where I grew up, Vilnius, in Lithuania. I was inspired by 90’s style and nostalgia of simpler times. Photography is magic to me, because that’s how you can freeze magic and create other, better realities. My favourite thing is to photograph people, so I focus mainly on portraiture and fashion shoots. For most of my photo shoots I use Canon 5D Mark II, and occasionally my film cameras. Right now it’s Canon AE-1, Fujifilm Instax.”


MUA / Kristina Brazaite FASHION STYLING / Kriste Stankeviciute MODELS / Greta Gervyte and Ieva @ Model Team

CRNVL ISS 01

21 : GBR

AILERA STONE

238-247 mm

Ă˜ 247


No

22

Diana Lapin MILAN, ITA Diana Lapin was born in Bielsko-Biala, Poland. Working across Europe, her work in the field focuses on the communication of creative ideas, through mostly fashion editorials and portraiture photography.

www.dianalapin.com

dartemis23@gmail.com

© DIANA LAPIN

“I began about 14 years ago. After 2 years in the field, I participated in my first exhibition. I began to work as a freelance photographer about 9 years ago but it has been my full time profession for the last 7. I was born a reportage photographer, going through eclecticism between reportage, portrait, geometric forms and fashion photos. It’s why it’s coolest for me to capture shootings outside. I think we can find inspiration in every kind of creation in the world.”


VIOLET FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

22 : ITA

DIANA LAPIN

248-255 mm

Ø 249


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 250

CRNVL ISS 01

22 : ITA

DIANA LAPIN

248-255 mm


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


“Violet is about the portrayal of strong, modern woman in the city. The London model represents the warrior. A little abstract, cold - as the modern life. I took these in Milan, with my concept and styling and the help of agency Flash Model Management and team of creative young people. There is always a union of the moment with experience, with mood, with plans - all together - to get the new results every time. Why? Photography is a way of art that joins a creative element with more technical aspects. That, I love. I couldn’t be “only” artist or “only” technician. I love to create to express my mood, to share it with people and know impressions, interpretations. To learn - about the others and about me. I love to work with people and the best way is to take photos of people in some particular place.”

CRNVL ISS 01

22 : ITA

DIANA LAPIN

248-255 mm

Ø 253


MUA / Giuseppina Caso

MODEL / Violet @ Flash Model Management

HAIR STYLING / Giuseppina Casoi

ART DIRECTION CONCEPT / Diana Lapin

No

“By particular place, I don’t mean it should be strange or beautiful - sometimes it could be really awful but be perfect for some idea. I use Canon 5D and 6D, but I don’t think that changes much in terms of outcome. The true photographer is in the brain and in the heart. Obviously, camera equipment and specialist lenses help, but good photography is all in the talents of the photographer.”

Ø 254

CRNVL ISS 01

22 : ITA

DIANA LAPIN

248-255 mm


No

23

Patrícia Ferreira PORTO, PRT. Patrícia Ferreira is a Portuguese photographer, currently based in Porto. Her work focuses predominantly in the fashion field, capturing elegant and engaging portraiture, collating to an extensive and diverse professional portfolio. Patrícia is passionate about both photography and design, commissioning a variety of projects in the creative field.

www.patriciaferreira.net

pferreiraphotography@gmail.com

© PATRICIA FERREIRA

“I fell in love with photography a very long time ago when my grandfather bought a film camera, at the time a very expensive piece of equipment. Because of that I started to photograph when I got my first job and bought a DSLR camera. I started to shoot everything: landscapes, macro photography, architecture, interiors, decoration, my friends...”


SEJOUR À PARIS / LA REDÉCOUVERTE FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

23 : PRT

PATRICIA FERREIRA

256-265 mm

Ø 257


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 258

CRNVL ISS 01

23 : PRT

PATRICIA FERREIRA

256-265 mm


“I love planning the sessions, making a story and making a session look consistent. I love fashion photography. I started with the humble Nikon D3000 but now I shoot with the Canon 5D Mark III. But remember that it’s not the camera that does the photography! It’s you! At the moment my biggest inspiration is Lara Jade. I adore her and her work.”


“The Sejour À Paris editorial, (featured above) was more than chaotic from the beginning to the end. I decided to shoot in Paris over the Christmas period whilst visiting family. However, all attempts to organise a team at this time of year, proved extremely problematic. Thankfully, I managed to arrange a make-up artist, despite being very last minute, only two days before the shoot. I bought the clothes on the day of the shoot, styling the editorial myself. We (the model, make-up artist and I) managed to shoot in five different locations in just under three hours. It really was a rush, but the good disposition of the team helped a lot and the end result was very good after all.”

SEJOUR À PARIS (FIRST) HAIR STYLING, MUA / Virginie Hullaert MODEL / Estelle @ Frame LA REDÉCOUVERTE (SECOND) STYLING / Henry Maurício HAIR STYLING / Hairtz MODEL / Bianca Gerth @ Next Models MUA / Ana Duarte

CRNVL ISS 01

23 : PRT

PATRICIA FERREIRA

256-265 mm

Ø 261


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 262

CRNVL ISS 01

23 : PRT

PATRICIA FERREIRA

256-265 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

23 : PRT

PATRICIA FERREIRA

256-265 mm

Ø 265


No

24

Mark Elzey Jr. NEW YORK CITY, USA.

www.cmykcolours.com

itseinstein@gmail.com

Š MARK ELZEY JR.

Mark was born as an artist. His impulse to make art began at age five when he started to draw. He regards math as an important component to art and that is why he began to have an affinity towards it. Both math and art require a great amount of focus and control. Growing up he had always received an enormous amount of encouragement from his family to pursue art, and to that he was very lucky. Art is his connection to people. Through the love of art Mark has the ability to bond and identify with others. Love is a very strong word and it holds a lot of weight when discussing art. He is inspired by those who openly express deep love for their craft. Mark has introverted tendencies; his imagination controls him and often strings him around the city.


CRNVL ISS 01

24 : USA

MARK ELZEY JR.

266-277 mm

Ø 267

FEATURED EDITORIALS

MIA WALDERN / SANTA CRUZ CARNIVAL PARK


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 268

CRNVL ISS 01

24 : USA

MARK ELZEY JR.

266-277 mm


SANTA CRUZ CARNIVAL PARK / (CURRENT)

MODELS / Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman, Mary Rosenberger

STYLING / Aubrey Kia, Alannah MacIntrye, Katelyn Johnson

HAIR STYLING / Eryk Brian

ASSISSTANT / Geoff Mau

MIA WALDEN (FIRST)

MODEL / Mia Waldern

MUA / Monique Marquez

STYLING / Caitlyn Mahaffey

ASSISSTANT / Elijah Craig

MUA / Gary Nomura Febus

No

“The shoots selected for Carnival Magazine Issue 01 are images I think best represent the style of what I’m known for. Bold colour, high contrast, fashion - and above all a bit expressive. One of the stories were involved around people at Carnivals being very fashionable. I photographed these images in San Francisco, CA where I attended Academy of Art University. I also just really love to work with colour. Colour has always been a huge part of my life. I believe that in contains a true psychology and language in the universe we live in. It can tell you a lot about someone unconsciously.”


“I’m mostly inspired by my memories. I think that’s what helps me grow. I’m a photographer because I feel it is the best way to express my soul and view of this world. I think as a photographer you have to expose yourself to your soul in order really define who you are and let your work tell that story. I love photography because it allows me to be “free” to put any idea into form and be visualized. My favourite photographers now are Craig McDean, Romina Ressia, Billy Kidd, Mert & Marcus and Steven Klein. My dream shoot would be to work with Cara Delevingne or Kate Moss.”

CRNVL ISS 01

24 : USA

MARK ELZEY JR.

266-277 mm

Ø 271


“I began photographing in 2009. I started with just a wild interesting in trying it. I was already a graphic artist at the time of trying it. So when I picked up the camera, it became a connection. I finally felt with destiny and what life had in store for me as an artist. At the moment I currently work part-time as a photographer doing freelance. I come from a background where Art was everything I ever knew to survive to where I am now. I started at five years old where my mom had enrolled me into talented art classes. There I got to paint, draw, share ideas, build things etc. From there I attended many Art competitions in state fairs in Louisiana. I won first prize a few times, and second place once. As I grew older things started to go more digital so I got into commercial art.�

Ă˜ 272

CRNVL ISS 01

24 : USA

MARK ELZEY JR.

266-277 mm


“And from there I became a photographer. Outside of photography my hobbies are sports, music, and watching movies. I love to watch for emotion because that what I love to capture in my photographs. Emotion and Expression. I have definitely found myself in some strange places but I believe that with a bold imagination, you can broaden your experience for what you love. I’d love to photograph full time, but as we all know, it requires a lot of funding.”


No


CRNVL ISS 01

24 : USA

MARK ELZEY JR.

266-277 mm

Ø 275


No

Ø 276

CRNVL ISS 01

24 : USA

MARK ELZEY JR.

266-277 mm


No

25

Grace Sanchez PUERTO RICO, PRI.

www.gracesan.com

info@gracesan.com

© GRACE SANCHEZ

“When I was younger, I truly loved drawing and painting. Even though this was only a hobby I had a passion for art, so I decided to explore it during my BA. I found myself looking at photography for inspiration and just fell in love with it. Looking at what other photographers did motivated me to want to learn how they did it. And so, this led me to do my Masters in Photography – within which my interests were concentrated in fashion. Currently, I’m a full-time photographer who is constantly looking for exciting projects to be a part of. I love photographing situations in a fashion context; I primarily enjoy having a fun theme or a quirky story to tell. The work of Miles Aldridge inspires me a lot because of his use of colour and the way he tells a story.”


ICE FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

25 : PRI

GRACE SANCHEZ

278-285 mm

Ø 279


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 280

CRNVL ISS 01

25 : PRI

GRACE SANCHEZ

278-285 mm


No


MUA / Divya Thompson

MODEL / Charlotte Ambrose

FASHION DESIGNER / Zara Oxborough

ICE, DIRECTION / GRACE SANCHEZ

“The ‘Ice’ story, was inspired by winter and the cold weather. It was done in a studio using garments made by designer Zara Oxborough. We had a vision for this project that we successfully followed through and achieved. You cannot look at this project without perceiving the frosty look we were going for. The winter designs inspired me to add cool colours such as the different shades of blue throughout the work, and for an even colder look, some are black and white.

CRNVL ISS 01

25 : PRI

GRACE SANCHEZ

278-285 mm

Ø 283


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 284

CRNVL ISS 01

25 : PRI

GRACE SANCHEZ

278-285 mm


No

26

Natalia Nnatkin FRANCE, FRA.

www.nnatkin.4ormat.com

nnatkin@hotmail.fr

Š NATALIA NNATKIN

Born in Moscow, Natalia lives in Paris and works all over the world with a global client-base. Natalia works extensively with colour technology, experimenting with light and ambiance within her photography. Her portfolio is heavily fashion, beauty and portraiture based, with an extensive commercial and editorial collection. Her work has been featured in publications such as HUF Magazine and Runway Magazine.


SAVAGE FLOWER FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

26 : FRA

NATALIA NNATKIN

286-293 mm

Ø 287


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 288

CRNVL ISS 01

26 : FRA

NATALIA NNATKIN

286-293 mm


MUA / Agata Prywer HAIR STYLING / Sonia Messaoudi MODELS / Angélique at Metropolitain, Agathe at DMA FASHION STYLIST / Meral Akrour ACCESSORIES / Une fleur en liberté, Nelly Hay

CRNVL ISS 01

26 : FRA

NATALIA NNATKIN

286-293 mm

Ø 291


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 292

CRNVL ISS 01

26 : FRA

NATALIA NNATKIN

286-293 mm


27

No

Colston Julian MUMBAI, IND.

www.colstonjulianphotography.com

colstonjulian@gmail.com

© COLSTON JULIAN

Colston Julian is a highly renowned fashion photographer based in Mumbai, India. His work focuses on the embrace of cultural fashion, experimenting with both lighting and colour and celebrating traditional Eastern fashion in an elaborate showcase of style. His work is predominantly editorial based, working on projects for commercial clients and featuring within multiple established publications all around the globe. We are honoured to showcase two of Colston’s finest and vibrant photography stories. This feature includes Calcutta, a shoot previously featured in Harper’s Bazaar India. The magazine enlisted Colston Julian for the shoot whereby model Pallavi Singh poses in the city colours, dressed in the richest fabrics selected by fashion editor Krishna Mukhi.


CRNVL ISS 01

27 : IND

COLSTON JULIAN

294-305 mm

Ø 295

FEATURED EDITORIALS

CALCUTTA / BOMBAY GANESHA BRIDAL FUSION


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 296

CRNVL ISS 01

27 : IND

COLSTON JULIAN

294-305 mm


Within the Bombay Ganesha Bridal Fusion editorial, “model Preeti Dhata poses in the streets in these colourful images photographed by Colston Julian. Fashion director Ekta Rajani styles the local beauty in a mix of clothes from Indian wedding designers and labels such as Diesel, Kenneth Cole and Dior. Preeti stuns in traditional bridal looks like ghagas and more rebellious elements including jackets, pants and the colour black.” The shoot incorporates location in an extremely intimate manner, the model engaging with both the culture and locals of the featured Eastern environment.

BOMBAY GANESHA BRIDAL FUSION (FIRST) Published in Grazia India FASHION EDITOR / Ekta Rajani HAIR STYLIST, MUA / Kritika Gill MODEL / Preeti Dhata CALCUTTA (SECOND) Published in Harpers Bazaar India FASHION EDITOR / Krishna Mukhi HAIR STYLIST, MUA / Kritika Gill MODEL / Pallavi Singh

CRNVL ISS 01

27 : IND

COLSTON JULIAN

294-305 mm

Ø 299


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 300

CRNVL ISS 01

27 : IND

COLSTON JULIAN

294-305 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

27 : IND

COLSTON JULIAN

294-305 mm

Ø 303


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No

Ă˜ 304

CRNVL ISS 01

27 : IND

COLSTON JULIAN

294-305 mm


No

28

Victoria Bolkina UKRAINE, UKR.

www.behance.net/bolkina

bolkin@kiev.ua

© VICTORIA BOLKINA

Victoria Bolkina is a young Ukrainian fashion photographer. She’s one of the founders of “ViYaiSey” production group, one that offers a broad variety of photographic services. Victoria has worked with designers Olena Dats’, POSH, Kamenskayakononova and Jewelry retailer “Amaro”. She is a Harper’s Bazaar Fashion Forward 2012 Project finalist and winner of the “Imago” 2012 fashion illustration contest (from Ukrainian Fashion Week). Victoria is also the winner of Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days “STYLE.IT”, entitling her to join a shooting session with the leading stylist of Vogue Italia, Alessadro Buzzi. Her featured work captures elegance and grace, encapsulating her models with both earth and water beautifully, enhanced with neutral tones.


BIRD CLIFFS / THE SOURCE FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

28 : UKR

VICTORIA BOLKINA

306-319 mm

Ø 307


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 308

CRNVL ISS 01

28 : UKR

VICTORIA BOLKINA

306-319 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

28 : UKR

VICTORIA BOLKINA

306-319 mm

Ø 311

MODEL / Vika K @ KModels, Jane @ Eskimo

LIGHTING DESIGNER / Sergey Bolkin

DRESS / Olena Dats SHOES / Antonio Biaggi

FASHION STYLING / Diana Bogach

BIRD CLIFFS / VICTORIA BOLKINA


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 312

CRNVL ISS 01

28 : UKR

VICTORIA BOLKINA

306-319 mm


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

28 : UKR

VICTORIA BOLKINA

306-319 mm

Ø 315


Ă˜ 316

MUA / Anna Kuzmynykh MODEL / Olya

LIGHTING DESIGNER / Sergey Bolkin

Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, CLOTHING / Zalina Dzigasova Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

FASHION STYLING / Diana Bogach

THE SOURCE / VICTORIAJade, BOLKINA Models, Alexzandria Barbara

No

CRNVL ISS 01

28 : UKR

VICTORIA BOLKINA

306-319 mm


No


CRNVL ISS 01

28 : UKR

VICTORIA BOLKINA

306-319 mm

Ø 319


No

29

Bara Prasilova CZECH REPUBLIC, CZE

www.baraprasilova.com

info@baraprasilova.com

Š BARA PRASILOVA

Bara Prasilova studied The Institute of Creative Photography at Silesian University. She lives and works in Prague. A key role in her work plays her memory, a mixture of real and fictional, as well as her sense of absurdity. Her visual world consists of imaginary memories, exploring what never happened and explorations of what could have happened if we dropped the habit of drawing our own limits. Her photographs have a slightly sombre characteristic and a magical atmosphere and humour. Her objects are mediators of the story, the role models. In 2009, she was selected as a Quiksilver ambassadors and awarded a Photographer of the Year title by the Academy of Design of the Czech Republic, Czech Grand Design. She went on to win this again in 2011.


CRNVL ISS 01

29 : CZE

BARA PRASILOVA

320-333 mm

Ø 321

FEATURED EDITORIALS

INDIGO KIDS / WORK IN PROGRESS / CZECH FASHION PROJECT / AIR FORCE


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 322

CRNVL ISS 01

29 : CZE

BARA PRASILOVA

320-333 mm


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

29 : CZE

BARA PRASILOVA

320-333 mm

Ø 325


Ø 326

CRNVL ISS 01

29 : CZE

BARA PRASILOVA

320-333 mm

FASHION DESIGN / Hana Zarubova

WORK IN PROGRESS (CURRENT)

RETOUCHING / Petra Vokjan

MUA / Eva Svobodova

STYLING / Mili Havrlantova

CLIENT / ZEN MAGAZINE

INDIGO KIDS (FIRST)

Bara enjoys complicating her job with insisting on real props and objects, sometimes made by her, which could in other cases be easily replaced by Photoshop. She frequently distorts figures of her models. Specifically with their feet positioning she is referring to her childhood ballet era. With all that said, Bara enjoys a satisfying carrier of a fashion and portrait photographer with a recognizable style. No matter if she’s working for a client or doing her own projects, she is always following her signature style. Erasing the borderline between a commission photography and fine art, Bara is creating a category of her own. Bara has also been elected one of the Hasselblad Masters this year and is currently working on her project for Hasselblad Masters’ Book.


“I started to photograph when I was 18, just after I graduated from a business oriented high school. The single idea of myself becoming an office worker was so repelling to me that I decided to become a photographer instead - despite the lack of ANY previous experience. At my 24 years of age, studying creative photography at university, I chose fashion photography because I was tired of pretending to be an artist. Apart from that I am fascinated by conspiracy theories.�


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

29 : CZE

BARA PRASILOVA

320-333 mm

Ø 329


No

“The ‘Czech Fashion Project’ series was created to primarily promote Czech fashion abroad. I personally call one of these photographs “pervert”, having taken it approximately two months before a psychopath kidnapped and killed a little girl in front of that very building. ‘Air Force’ is a series of fashion photographs for fashion designer Hana Zarubova. It takes place in my childhood neighbourhood. I like the feeling of insecurity about it. We don’t know if the models are about to fall or fly. That is exactly how I spent my childhood, balancing. “Work In Progress” is a fashion shoot for Hana Zarubova also. There is an intense feeling to them, maybe way too much for me, capturing my memories and emotions of the last summer. It has been photographed in the streets just around the corner from where I live now.”

AIR FORCE (CURRENT) FASHION DESIGN / Hana Zarubova

Ø 330

CRNVL ISS 01

29 : CZE

BARA PRASILOVA

320-333 mm


“What I like about photography is simply that it is a field where I can mostly do what I want. I am being addressed by clients that I enjoy cooperating with. I am very lucky. However, my dreams? I keep those to myself.�


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No


CRNVL ISS 01

29 : CZE

BARA PRASILOVA

320-333 mm

Ø 333


No

30

Sebastian Lang MUNICH, GER. Sebastian Lang has a passion for photography, working to capture unique beauty and fashion portraiture alongside a full-time career as a magazine editor in Germany. His diverse portfolio explores light and colour, developing a bold and vibrant atmosphere, his editorial work featuring in multiple publications around the globe.

www.seb-lang.com

sebastian@seb-lang.com

© SEBASTIAN LANG

“I started photographing about 5 Years ago. Since then, a wonderful development has happened. I’m working today full-time at a German photographer’s magazine as Editor and try to handle that with my fashion photography jobs. I have recently worked for magazines like ELLE Online, L’Officiel and Z!NK Magazine. Photography is my passion.”


PAINT / INNOCENT FEATURED EDITORIALS CRNVL ISS 01

30 : GER

SEBASTIAN LANG

334-343 mm

Ø 335


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 336

CRNVL ISS 01

30 : GER

SEBASTIAN LANG

334-343 mm


MODEL / Annika Leick @ Modelwerk

Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Alanna Tzimikas MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, HAIR STYLING, MUAKia, / Evangelos Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau. MAKE UP By Chanel and Bumble&Bumble

PAINT / DIRECTION, SEBASTIAN LANG

No


CRNVL ISS 01

30 : GER

SEBASTIAN LANG

334-343 mm

Ø 339


BLOSSOM / The Study on Masculinity Photography & Styling by Aleksandra Kingo Hair & Make-up by Neringa Sutkute Models Roman, Denis & Marius

No

Ă˜ 340

CRNVL ISS 01

30 : GER

SEBASTIAN LANG

334-343 mm


ASSISSTANT / Luise Aedtner

MAKE UP By Chanel and Bumble&Bumble

HAIR STYLING, MUA / Evangelos Tzimikas

FASHION STYLING / Lorand Lajos

MODEL / Annika Leick @ Modelwerk

INNOCENT/ DIRECTION, SEBASTIAN LANG


Models, Alexzandria Jade, Barbara Woortman and Mary Rosenberger. Stylists, Aubrey Kia, Alanna MacIntyre, Katelyn Johnson. Hair Stylist, Eryk Brian. MUA, Gary Nomura Febus. Photography Assistant, Geoff Mau.

No


CRNVL ISS 01

30 : GER

SEBASTIAN LANG

334-343 mm

Ø 343


CONTRIBUTE TO CARNIVAL MAGAZINE ISSUE 02

02 Ø 344

CONTRIBUTE TO CARNIVAL MAGAZINE ISSUE 02 WE’RE LOOKING FOR TALENTED FASHION PHOTOGRAPHERS TO CONTRIBUTE TO ISSUE 02. WE STRIVE TO SHOWCASE VIBRANT AND ECLECTIC COLLECTIONS, PHOTOGRAPHY WITH A BESPOKE AND QUIRKY TWIST. IF YOU’D LIKE TO BE INVOLVED IN OUR NEXT ISSUE, VISIT WWW.CARNIVALMAGAZINE.CO.UK FOR MORE INFO OR EMAIL EDITOR@CARNIVALMAGAZINE.CO.UK DIRECTLY

CRNVL ISS 01

CONTRIBUTE TO ISSUE 02


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CRNVL ISS 01

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