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ARTIST INSIGHTS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS CREATIVE BIOGRAPHIES

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KEYI STUDIO

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE MULTI-LINGUAL DUO TRAVELLING THE WORLD AND CAPTURING FASHION

ARTIST FEATURES SOPHIE MCINTOSH | ALEXANDER BEASLEY | EKATERINA SHIPARA BELL | SEBASTIAN WNEK | KEYI STUDIO ALISDJA NADEZHDA | VICTOR TOBAR | LIANA HARDY DAVID SONNIER | ESTER MENDEZ | NATALIA KLIMZATRENTON BROWN | BORIS EDROSA GONZALEZ | INMAKKO MARAKASSO

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THE ARTIST IN THIS ISSUE SOPHIE MCINTOSH ALEXANDER BEASLEY EKATERINA SHIPARA BELL SEBASTIAN WNEK KEYI STUDIO ALISDJA NADEZHDA VICTOR TOBAR LIANA HARDY DAVID SONNIER ESTER MENDEZ NATALIA KLIMZA TRENTON BROWN BORIS EDROSA GONZALEZ INMAKKO MARAKASSO ALESSANDRO BIANCHI CHRISTINE A EAGLESON KEPAZA THREE WICKS PHOTOGRAPHY LUIS LINARES TAILORS ART HANDMADE NOBERT BENIKO SO LARIS ISABEL PORTALES GARCIA QUARTARI MOODIE ROBERT BEDSON MARC AURELIUS

EDITORIALS ELEVATE CANON BEACH ADVENTURE DARK VENUS NUCLEAR SILVER HALLIDE ATLANTIS CALL DEATH BY DISHONOUR TURN OFF YOUR SIGHT

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COSMIC BATTLE BY

KEYI STUDIO Photographer, Photo Editor: Grzegorz Bacinski @eyes_dice Photo Editor, Photographer: Izabella Chrobok @berlin_bunny_ Makeup Artist: Zach Sanley Model: Jana Schmidtova

Feroce Magazine has the privilege to be interviewing the creative duo behind KEYI Studio. Find out what equipment they use, the skills they value and more. Tell us what’s in your camera bag? Why did you buy the kit that you have now? Grzegorz: Izabella is a Canon Shooter and I am the Nikon shooter so we shoot with two cameras. Currently we are using Nikon D850 and Canon 5d Mark IV, using many diverse lenses like the standard 24-70mm, tele-lens 70-200mm with 2.8 or bright lenses 35mm or 24mm 1.4. I was always a Nikon shooter that’s why I decided to get that new camera its good for pictures but unfortunately videos are terrible. Tell us about your education for photography, did you go to university or are you self taught? Grzegorz: I have been taking pictures since I was a kid. My dad taught me a lot. He had a few Nikon analogues. Unfortunately I didn’t go to any university but I joined a few courses. Before the fashion photography I was addicted to travel and created projects mostly with people I met on those travels. You only get one chance to capture those people. Izabella: I graduated in print and media design and I took some photography courses during my studies. I love the fashion photography because you can involve more of your imagination. I wanted to work more around people rather than in front of the computer as a graphic designer. In 2017 we started to work and build up a portfolio together. We’ve been focused on fashion editorials around the world in countries such as China, Hong Kong, Germany, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and more.

What is your post-production process? Do you do it all yourself or do you work with retouchers? First of all we choose the best pictures together. The next day we look at them again to make sure we chose the best ones. After that we are ready to start retouching. We try to keep it shiny and natural, but not “over photoshopped.” We do post-production by ourselves. What skills do you think are imperative for a photographer to have? As a photographer you have to have a vision, a sense of aesthetics and be able to see details. You have to improvise without a backup plan to get unexpected results. Being a good team player is a must if you want to work on bigger projects. There are obviously very important skills besides technical stuff. Amazing photographers are individuals showing their own world and sense of freedom, consciousness and sensibility. What motivates you personally to take images? What is your duty as a photographer? Our motivation is the adventure which happens with every shoot. Meeting new, inspiring, passionate and beautiful people brings good energy and new possibilities into our lives. Creating images is like storytelling which can evoke so many feelings and tell the viewer something that cannot be translated into words. The progress we make is what pushes us forward, without it, any work we produce would be boring after a while. We always try to be better, see our mistakes with our eyes wide open and come to conclusions which will bring us further with every shoot that we do. How do you manage uncooperative team members or models?

Which image have you taken that has stayed with you? Why is it your stand-out image? It’s difficult for us to choose... but if we have to, that would be one from our editorial we did in Taipei with two amazing models named Adam Boguta and Lindy Mei. We did it on location and asked few local people for permission to do pictures in their stores. We both love the image where Lindy and Adam are sitting next to each other in one of the typical local grocery stores. It features also one of our favourite brands - ZL_by_Zlism from Hong Kong. This image appears also as first on our website www. keyi.eu It captured this special atmosphere and has lots of details, furthermore, Taipei is one of our favourite Asian cities.

Luckily, so far we have not had such an experience and our team is always well organised and communicative. We make sure everybody understands the concept before the shoot happens and we always try to keep a good atmosphere around it. If there is no bad vibe - no problems. It is good to take care of communication and show your concept to the team before, so the task is clear and if someone doesn’t like it, they can go before it starts. You can see more from KEYI here: KEYI STUDIO @keyistudio www.keyi.eu Grzegorz Bacinski @eyes_dice Izabella Chrobok @berlin_bunny_


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“Our motivation is the adventure which happens with every shoot. Meeting new, inspiring, passionate and beautiful people brings good energy and new possibilities into our lives.�


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“As a photographer you have to have a vision, a sense of aesthetics and be able to see details.”


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ALEXANDER BEASLEY

FASHION & BEAUTY PHOTOGRAPHER

THE TEAM Makeup Artist: Elina Shelest Hair Stylist: Li Murillo Photographer Assistant: Sabina Beasley Model: Karina Bik @Bella Agency Model: Natalia Bukley @Bicoastal MGMT Wardrobe Stylist: Sara Medhat


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ISABEL PORTALES GARCIA DESIGNER & STYLIST Model: Raquel Galiano Stylist: Isabel Portales García @isabelpgbetancourt


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Clothes hand-dyed and printed by Isabel Portales García


Makeup Artist: GĂŠnesis Narea Female Model: Katerina Kuznetsova Photographer: Carmen Palomeque

"Jade" Jacket and "Opal" dress from "Ă?ANGLAR" collection


Clothes made in MELLADO by Israel Rodríguez Mellado

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Photographer: Germán Emilio López Ibarra Makeup Artist: Rosa Sánchez Fashion Designer: Israel Rodriguez Mellado Photographer: Adrián Cobena Makeup Artist: Alba Cantalejo Stylist: Isabel Portales García


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DEATH

BY DISHONOUR

Photographer: Trenton Brown Model: Montavious www.trentshotme.com IG: @trentshotme


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ESTER MENDEZ PHOTOGRAPHER


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NORBERT BENIKE

Makeup Artist: Christine Benzinger Wardrobe Stylist: Christine Benziner Photographer: Norbert Benike


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Model: August @TFM

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Makeup Artist: Oliver Haenisch Photographer: Norbert Benike Model: Vanessa @TFM


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ESSENCE

OF A WOMAN

Photographer: Tuta Larsen @so.laris Style: Nina Ushankowa @nina_ushankowa Models: Nadezhda P. Http://auroramodels.com Muah: Ira Snezhnaya @ira_snezhnaya Hair: Margarita Kirikova @hair_style_margo


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CANON BEACH ADVENTURE

Photographer: Three Wicks Photography @ threewicksphotography_ Model: November Reign Wardrobe: Maurices


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DARK VENUS

Photographer: Alisdja Nadezhda Model: Lee Dawn Hershey


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BLOSSOM

Photographer: Marc Aurelius Wardrobe Stylist: Mouna Obeid Model: Lea Huppenbauer


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“My name is Marc Aurelius - I'm a passionate photographer from Stuttgart, Germany. I love to create something beautiful - love to be surrounded by beautiful things and people. Beauty for me is versatile and can be found at the weirdest places. I want to discover them and have a great time. I love to travel, get in touch with new people who have the same passion - photography. The natural sensuality in its purity is my greatest Inspiration and at the same time greatest motivation. To catch the diverse beauty of various people and freeze the moment in a picture is the goal.�


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Boris Edrosa González Boris Edrosa González (Visp Valais, Switzerland. 1992): is a Spanish photographer who is attracted to fashion as a creative vehicle where different disciplines and techniques can be combined (film, virtual animation, 3D). He studied the Official Degree of Photography in Escuela TAI (URJC, Madrid, Spain) being part of the first national promotion that finished that kind of studies. He feels absorbed by contemporary fashion photography, with references such as Nick Knight, Sølve Sundsbø, Brian Ziff and Filip Custic. Also, he keeps attention on the work of Silvia Grev and Jon Jacobsen. Academically, he is inclined towards theoretical research in relation to how changes in the image in the digital age have repercussions on a professional, social and creative way in the field of fashion photography. He is currently working on a research about that.


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Hair Stylist: Miriam Sculptor: Jesu Yáñez Photographer: Boris Edrosa González


Hair Stylist: Miriam Sculptor: Jesu Yáñez Photographer: Boris Edrosa González


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Stylist: Gayane Nanagyulyan Female Model: Isa Balado Photographer: Boris Edrosa Gonzรกlez Makeup Artist: Gloria Bosque Assistant: Sara Gonzรกlez Mor


Art Director: Aira González Corrales Model: Ying Sun Makeup Artist: Alberto Martín Niz Photographer: Boris Edrosa González Art Director: Victor Cardenas Mateos Art Director: Cristina Roig Broseta

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Creative Director: Aira González Corrales Makeup Artist: Ángela Cerezo Model: Claudia Duharte Photographer: Boris Edrosa González Fashion Designer: Falsch


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SEBASTIAN WNEK Zembrzyce 404 34-210 Zembrzyce Poland kontakt@wnekofoty.pl +48 663116370 instagram @wnekofoty fb.me/wnekofotypl


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JELLYFISH

Photographer: Inmakko Marakasso @ i n m a k k o _ m a r a k a s s o Mila [Inmakko Marakasso] photographer from Vladivostok, Russia. In 2008 she graduated from the specialty "Pedagogy and Psychology" in the Far Eastern Federal University of Russia. From 2008 to 2010 she worked as a graphic designer and photographer in the company «Kodak», In 2010 Mila graduated from the specialty "Technique and the art of photography" in the Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service. For 5 years, she worked as a teacher of advertising, reportage, applied photography and computer processing in image in the "College of Arts and Technology," the VSUES. Since 2014 Mila live and work in Marrakech, Morocco.


"The real phototography is a story of one animated moment. It always feels like song like breathing. Such a picture talks to you without words and immerses you in other reality.. What is a good photo? - This is a photo that you want to read like a book, it's a photo that you want to listen to as music.." - Inmakko Marakasso.


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PHOTOGRAPHER

CHRISTINE A EAGLESON


INTERVIEW

Tell us what’s in your camera bag? Why did you buy the kit that you have now?

I’m a huge believer in ‘less is more’ approach. After a lot of consideration, and abject distaste for operating a Cannon, so much so that I literally abandoned shooting anything seriously for a number of years, I found my way back though mirrorless. I’m really happy to see mirrorless coming into techie vogue. My camera bag is small, large enough to carry just my camera body, the Hasselblad X1D, and it’s one lens, the XCD 3,5/45mm. For this camera, translates to feel a lot more like 35mm. Three extra batteries. Because the camera gets a lot of flack for being slow and chewing up battery life. But in actuality I find that working within a more fine-art/film approach, where you shoot very selectively, more methodic per se, I find it really delivers me quality over quantity. I neither need nor want rapid fire shooting. Too many images overwhelms, and I start to feel a lack of commitment to the composition and trust in your own eye, with that approach. In a way, it helps me feel I’m kept more honest. The X1D delivers beautiful color, which is something I am really passionate about. I of course carry a gold/silver reflector. Tell us about your education for photography, did you go to university or are you self taught? I have been practicing photography since I was very young, actually. Starting with Polaroid film of my Grandmothers SX-70 since I was about 4 or 5 years old. She was always really careful to ask, to confirm that I was sure I was ready to take the picture. Had I checked all the settings? Was I sure this was what I wanted. Because I would only have maybe three or four shots, of course. I realize this was a very helpful pointer, applied in so much of much of my life. But I was also very determined to not follow the typical rule of how everyone else was shooting, of what they were shooting. I can’t begin to appreciate how special it was for her to give me that kind of freedom. To get to explore feeling out visual relationship and the communication of it’s translation to others. Which image have you taken that has stayed with you? Why is it your stand-out image? I can’t say that there is just one. It’s when I see something, when I’m struck by a moment - those are usually the images most meaningful to me. And I know the moment I’ve taken it, that it’s something really special. I tend to remember these even year after year, as their quality, the artistry never goes out of style. These are definitely part of more of my fine art photography works, certainly. It’s where you get to practice passion over expectation. What is your post-production process? Do you do it all yourself or do you work with retouchers? Actually, in the years I was absent of shooting with intention, outside of personal work, I developed a close working relationship with another photographer, Thuy Vo. In which I Art Directed and Styled commission works together for her, for years. Through my transition back into my own shooting, we are now finding new ways work together. We have always had an intensely close eye when curating down final images for a story, and nine times out of ten, being moved by the same images. Our styles are quite complimentary, but also supportive of our different skill sets. She is a phenomenal retoucher, and I am pleased that we are now working together in this regard. Personally, I have a sheer distaste for the technical skill set required to retouch in doing justice of an editorial, despite having complete appreciation for the work. It’s been a welcome, and I think a long-time coming collaboration. What skills do you think are imperative for a photographer to have? Eye. In a recent workshop with photographer Arthur Meyerson, he noted and continually repeated over the course of several days that, as a photographer, you are responsible for everything visible within the frame. He really presented an intensified look at spatial relation-

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ships, more than I feel we often really pay attention to in even typical, professional image composition. He wove inspiration and philosophy into one singular motivation. And I think, appreciating and just capitalizing on less is more, really focusing the eye, is what will bring you more meaningful satisfaction as an artist. What motivates you personally to take images? What is your duty as a photographer?

Color. I am incredibly driven to communicate what I feel is a relationship within our feelings in a moment in time, though the sense of color. For me, it drives what I consider is the understanding of past and present, and what is, what possibility is coming with the future. Like tuning into the cyclical relationship, watching the colors in the sunrise and sunset. It communicates change through an innate sense of unconsciously mourning loss, yet simultaneously experiencing unknown excitement of future. Our relationship and experience of color is so closely tuned to influence our psyche, it’s truly amazing. Color is something that for me, is beyond words. It’s affect of change, an aura. How do you manage uncooperative team members or models? Honestly, I have to say I don’t ever really experience anyone as uncooperative. It’s not luck, but perspective. I recognize that if something isn’t working, it’s probably from lack of adequate understanding. You have to remember that your team is all after the same thing. They all want really positive, beautiful results. But sometimes people’s fears and personal self-doubt kicks in, and you witness individuals acting for the protection of what they perceive is the integrity or importance of their work. In these cases, I try to lead by example and encourage everyone to feel safe, and find trust in one another. Perspective. And if it comes down to it, to literally sit down and discuss their personal creative blockages and find resolve, to move the whole team forward. Though development can take time, though in proper team building, ideally, you work these dynamics out in per-production process. But if you’re on a team that was put together on short notice and you don’t have this luxury, then I often result to personally connecting with the individual and reassuring them as much as possible. At the very least, help them trust me. Trust that I will act for their best interests within the overall team goals as a whole. Because you have to remember, that not everyone has the ability to fully see the end or overall composition of your artists combined efforts. Sometimes they need help though and they need reassurance of their proprietary input and value. Tell us about a shoot you’ve done that was a complete disaster, if any? Generally, I do not align with this as a philosophy. I work towards finding good in all situations, even the ones that appear to be downright dismal abominations. It’s probably an actualization of this that puts me, more often than not, in great company. I have a lot of trust in life and the cycle, timing of things. You have to realize that any respectively hard situation is really just a turning point in your own evolutionary growth. Instead of fearing, you start to embrace challenge. Therefore, there is no such thing as a disaster. Is there a particular type of photography that you just can’t stand? Type? Not really. While I have very, deeply passionate opinions on type of quality and aesthetics, I also understand and appreciate that not everyone sees the world the way that I do. Ignoring applications for use of some materials, let’s say for marketing, aside - if someone enjoys different things, than me, then that’s okay. There really is no “wrong” in honesty artistry. In genuine approach, there is something for everyone to connect to. Has anyone ever given you a piece of advice as a photographer that you always remember? If so, what? It doesn’t matter that anyone else thinks. You “make the picture” because it means something to you. As a photographer, you’re just motivated to share that. The rest doesn’t matter.


Makeup Artist: Annelie Josson Fashion Designer: Belloedu Female Model: Bethany Duffy @Linden Staub Photographer: Christine A Eagleson Wardrobe Stylist: Alicia Terminiello Hair Stylist: Emma Rosenkowitz


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VIC TOBAR

SURREALIST PHOTOGRAPHER “The surreal is but reality that’s has not been discovered” Victor Tobar, is a professional photographer and Graphic Designer based in Calgary - Canada, he was born in Cali - Colombia where started to work in different agencies as a graphic designer and freelance photographer. He moved to Canada in 2009 where continued gathering experience in several different photographic arenas. His portfolio is a mix of traditional and contemporary styles, but his real expression is in the Surreal Photography, this passion started since he was very young where he started to combine and modified regular and conventional portraits with visual and twisted effects inspired in his favorite graphic artist, the Brazilian Marcelo Vasco who is considered one of the best underworld designers of music. The approach of his images shows the collapse of a narrative creating a loop of different feelings, a contrast of traditional photography and imagination. Victor works with clients from different countries including musicians, actors, cos-players and fashion models. His work has been published in several magazines around the globe and featured in art showcases and expo’s giving him a great reputation in the industry as one of the best new revelation photographer in his style. To know more about his work you can visit: victobar.com IG: vic.tobar FB: Vic Tobar


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“Every single person has his own reflection... We are all singular.”


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ATLANTIS CALL

Photographer: Tomasz Mazalon Fashion Designer: Joanna Maciejewska Makeup Artist: Karina Kosowska Female Model: Natalia Klimza Coat by Joanna Maciejewska Body by Zara


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ROBERTO BEDSON

Fashion Designer: Joey Bevan Makeup Artist: Gemma Horner Model: Arabella Larsson Photography Assistant: Rhiannon Bedson Photographer: Robert Bedson


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ALESSANDRO BIANCHI

PHOTOGRAPHER


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NUCLEAR

Photographer: Ekaterina Shipova Bell Model/Fashion Designer: Katya Komarova @Finesse Models Australia @finesse_models_australia Fashion Designer: I.S.A. Makeup Artist: Nicole Dykes


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TAILORS ART HANDMADE


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TAILORS ART HANDMADE

Fashion Designer: Natassa Sergiadi Clothing Brand: Tailor’s Art Handmade @tailorsarthandmade A brand new clothing collection with a little bit the sense of the past, but mainly a different suggestion for all modern women… and the reason is for Tailor’s Art Handmade, that is designed and produced by Natassa Sergiadi in Greece. Designs that love to combine seemingly unsuitable fashion trends, but on the contrary, the funky mood is mixed up harmoniously with the trends of ‘50’s and ‘60’s.The classy and elegant style gets totally confused with the philosophy of theatrical costumes, that ends up in a clothing collection for the needs of women during all hours of the day, ignoring any ephemeral fashion trend. Constructionally, Natassa after 12 years of experience as a dressmaker, keeps the tradition of the good handmade clothes, that are made of high quality fabrics and each design is available in limited account.


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SILVER HALLIDE

Makeup Artist: Sophie Mcintosh Photographer: Sophie Mcintosh Model: Ebony Jepson


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“I am a 19 year-old editorial and wedding photographer from Vancouver Island. I specialize mainly in portraits because photographing new faces brings me so much joy. I absolutely love meeting new people and creating images that capture each persons individuality. I’ve always found people interesting because I truly believe everyone has a story worth hearing, I hope my photos can tell them without words. I started photography obviously at a very young age. I have always been blessed to have technology accessible to me as a child. My artistic needs could always be fulfilled. I began shooting film at the age of fourteen. I developed my own black and white film and prints using C-41 processing. Shooting film has taught me more than any book or teacher ever could. Because with film you must be patient and everything must be manually calculated- exposure, aperture, iso sensitivity everything is done by hand. I taught myself new techniques quickly. A lot of my digital photography work is inspired by old school film techniques, I love adding character to colours and playing with contrast to create drama and a certain element of mystery. But my age has always been a barrier with my business, who is going to trust a teenager to take their wedding photos? Well surprisingly a lot of people did, but I had to work incredibly hard to prove myself, and even today I am still constantly trying to prove myself. I put my heart and soul into my art because it is what brings me the happiness and purpose I crave. I have learned what I know now through trial and error, and I still learn new techniques all the time, but I believe there is always room to grow with art!� -Sophie McIntosh


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TURN OFF YOUR SIGHT Photographer: Luis Linares Wardrobe Stylist: Mich Parrilla Makeup Artist: Lizeth Arias Hair Stylist: Claudio Montero Female Model: Xiomara Moreno @Hard International Digital Artist: Arturo Gonzalez Creative Director: Lalo Machuca


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ELEVATE

Photographer: Quatari Moodie @theartisttari_ Model: Hailee Brohman


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GIRL IN MIDTOWN

Photographer: Liana Hardy @herrandomoutbursts Model: Ariel Russell @arielrussell Makeup Artist: Joyline Tait @joyt.mua Model: Sanshey Perera @simplesanch


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DAVID SONNIER PORTFOLIO & INTERVIEW Tell us about your education for photography, did you go to university or are you self taught? When it comes to my education in photography, I have both formal and informal training. I have a very strong background in performance and visuals art. So once I picked up a camera I knew I wanted to be a photographer and cinematographer.

Post-production is my favorite part of the entire process. I take a lot of pride in my retouching and editing so ​I do everything myself. I start off by normalizing the lighting ​and shadows as much as possible. From there I move on to healing the skin with a combination of frequency separation​and dodge and burn. Followed by color grade and a final polish. What motivates you personally to take images?

What skills do you think are imperative for a photographer to have?

What motivates me? Simple, growth. I think it pointless to focus on being “the best” of someI think that not only with photography but with thing because it really ​​is an unobtainable thing. There are constant advancements in every video too, composition and lighting play a huge factor in being a photographer or director part of life. New techniques and ways of doing of photography. Then lastly, judgement, there’s things are always being created making it very easy for “the best” to become “the outdated”. a fine line between couture and gimmicky, so it’s important to really be able to judge and Which is why I like to focus on the growth more than trying to be “the best”. edit yourself properly. What is your post-production process? Do you do it all yourself or do you work with retouchers?

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Production Assistant/Videographer: Sky McMillian Photographer: David Sonnier Creative Director: David Sonnier Male Model: Kennon Thompson


Model: Jordan Lane Clark Photographer: David Sonnier Creative Director: David Sonnier Production Assistant/Videographer: Sky McMillian


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Photographer: David Sonnier Female Model: Amber Ball Hair Stylist: Samantha Sonnier Male Model: Steven Husser Accessory Designer: Samantha Chitty Sonnier Production Assistant/Videographer: Sky McMillian Makeup Artist: Jillyan Bevlaqua


Model: Amanda England Accessory Designer: Samantha Chitty Sonnier Creative Director/Videographer/Photographer/Retoucher: David Sonnier Model: Jordan Lane Clark Photographer: David Sonnier Hair Stylist: Samantha Sonnier Production Assistant/Videographer: Sky McMillian


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Photographer: David Sonnier Female Model: Jasmin Beguesse Makeup Artist: Jaylon Braxton


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AN ISSUE PACKED FULL OF FEATURES, EDITORIALS AND INTERVIEWS FROM THE BEST ARTISTS ACROSS THE GLOBE.

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AN ISSUE PACKED FULL OF FEATURES, EDITORIALS AND INTERVIEWS FROM THE BEST ARTISTS ACROSS THE GLOBE.

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