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SUMMER 2011


BOLD+ DETERMINED CREATIVES UNPUBLISHED

03 cornelia klimek

by emily jane morgan 09 rachel souza

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OUR INTERVIEW

13 leslie a. wood 23 oleg borodin 29 winston braun 33 michela heim

kee boutique with rachel souza 37 41 amandine paulandre

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45 benjamin evans 57 anna balecho

THE SWAMP

61 emily jane morgan 65 evita weed

by evita weed 71 jessica durrant

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85 julia trotti 89 leah goren 93 kevin j. hsia 99 maria eugenia solla + ines ayerza


kitchener, ontario


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I BEGAN DABBLING WITH PHOTOGRAPHY

have grown to love as much

after failing at other creative outlets such as art or music.

as photography and editing.

Finding out that I cannot sketch or hold a note to save my life

Currently, I typically take on

led to me to try and express myself otherwise. When I picked up

several roles in the planning

my first camera (an old Canon point and shoot) things seemed

of a shoot, from art direction,

right. Perhaps it didn’t appear as though skill was necessary to

to styling, to sometimes even

try and create with it (since you literally pointed and clicked) but

hair. Whatever it takes to

I found it a great challenge to frame subjects in interesting ways

create the vision. It is a long

and really develop my “eye” so to speak. Then, of course, came

process, but one I find so

the added test of learning Photoshop, which is daunting in and of

rewarding when the results

itself. Using various resources at my disposal (mainly the internet),

come out the way I intended.

I began to develop my skills and branch out from shooting nature

I am constantly inspired by

to people, primarily self portraits, before gaining the nerve to ask

what I see, hear, and dream.

my friends to pose for me. From there I slowly started working

I always say that if people

with models and when it became clear I was going to need to

look at my work and think

have more of a hand in the shoots, I began styling them as well.

its beautiful and pretty, then I have accomplished what I

My foray into styling was more out of necessity than anything else. There wasn’t anyone that I could ask to style the shoots, so pulling clothes and creating outfits became my job - one which I

wanted to.


CORNELIA KLIMEK HTTP : / / C OR N E L I A K LI MEK .CA


new bedford, massachusetts


T H I S

S H O O T was

actually inspired by Moxee! I wanted to capture images that were reminiscent of Moxee’s color scheme. The dress chosen for the foggy beach shots was not only chosen for it’s colors, but I liked the way the dress, with its geometric pattern, reminded me of some of the brilliant collage

work

featured

in

Moxee’s spring issue, blog, & Flickr group. The turquoise necklace featured with the pink dress is actually one of my

very

own

handmade

jewelry pieces.

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RACHEL SOUZA

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brooklyn, new york

I A M A 2 5 Y E A R old illustrator living and working in Brooklyn, NY.

I find joy

in sharpened pencils, aimless walks, patterns, homemade chili, & aerial views. Drawing acts as my most natural voice.

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L E S L I E A. W O O D HTTP : / / L E S L I E AW OO D.CO M


by emily jane morgan In between the bustle of diary dates crammed with University work and Commercial / Editorial work, sometimes I just like to do my own thing and enjoy taking photographs without having to question what I am shooting, why I am shooting what I am, or have to worry about being assessed afterward. I have learned very quickly that no matter what kind of creative you are, you need to take a break and have fun, meeting new people along the way in order to relax your mind. These two shoots are the result of that decision, and I have a lot of affection for both of them, despite them being so different from one another! I have not yet published these series’ because I have strongly believed I should wait for the right time to share them. Sometimes I feel like that. I can be too hasty with sharing photographs, uploading them so soon and then losing appreciation for them, but by waiting long enough my love for

the photographs

grows, and gives me confidence to shoot more and more. Confidence is everything.


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This was shot in the sunny streets and parks of Norwich, England on the day of the Easter Fair in Chapelfield Gardens, with Photographer Nicola Crossley. Photo days are becoming more popular amongst growing Photographers, an opportunity to share tips, tricks and discover beautiful places together, and most importantly, to inspire each other. I always come away from a photo day with other photographers feeling pleased & buzzing with creative energy and ready to jump back into work! My shoot with Nicola was no exception, who made a wonderful model and prop-hunting companion! The vibrant colours of the fair and locations make this series one that truly reflect my feelings of positivity and enthusiasm on the day of the shoot, which I’m proud of. Sometimes shoots like this one do not need concepts; they just need an open mind and opened eyes- anything can happen on a photo day!


“Black Balloon” is one of my few studio shoots. I personally try to evade the beckoning call of the studio due to its clinical aesthetic that can be awfully uninspiring and at the same time rather daunting! However, this shoot for me was an opportunity to be playful, and working with a model that I have worked with and gotten to appreciate for her positivity and creative input. The theme was loosely based around the phrase ‘Post- Apocalyptic,’ the model looking almost skeletal and strange. It quickly evolved into a quirky shoot with dozens of black balloons flying around the studio! The Make-up Artist produced a striking and bold look on Felicity that makes this shoot such a unique piece in my portfolio. The experience dashed my fears of using the studio, and I think I know where I will be hiding on rainy days!


moscow, russia


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A R T S.

can feel the air, pure and

There are paintings that guide me in terms of color, shades

spacious. The space should be

and the atmosphere. Having classical art as the ideal I try

visually comfortable. The en-

to reach. I think photographs should have their own poetry.

vironment makes us what we

Each picture has the capacity to evoke emotion from your heart,

are, and living in a big city

rather than your rational mind.

makes your eyes starve for

I

A M

I N S P I R E D

B Y

F I N E

purity. Billboards, posters, the So for me, photography is not about capturing a moment, but

whole outdoor advertisement

about creating a picture, an artwork of its own meaning and

thing, people rushing through

value. The whole atmosphere, colors, tints, details – you go

the streets and abudance of

through it, you perfect them, you set up one more take – with

color, uglyness and pollution.

only one photograph in the end. Sometimes I think that a series is

When it comes to visual culture

only a variation of the same picture, which is rather unnecessary.

you automatically turn to light,

Less is more. It applies equally to portraits and landscapes.

space, harmony & minimalism.

My main aim as a photographer is to fill the picture with air, color and sensation. So while looking at the photograph, one


OLEG BORODIN HTTP : / / O L E G B O R O DI N .CO M


ventura, california

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I G R E W U P mostly in a small Californian town. The hikes in the summer and the coyotes on my street at night influenced much of my subject matter. For a while growing up I wanted to be a writer, but I became an illustrator instead. Now I try to create images that have a sense of narrative to them, that tell a story. I also really like bicycles and the space program, and along with drawing, they are all things that I never really grew out of. I always did want to go to space camp.

WINSTON BRAUN

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oslo, norway


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M Y M O T H E R I S F R O M Budapest, Hungary and my

When I was about 19, on a

father is from the beautiful Swedish island, Gotland. I was born

trip to Hungary, my mother

in a village called Kinna, Sweden and growing up in this small

gave me a compact 35mm

place never quite felt like home. It made me daydream a whole

camera and that is when

lot, and of course, I desired to travel far, far away.

it all really began. I started photographing to remember

I moved to Oslo, Norway after graduation and I have lived in

things better, because I am

Norway since - it’s a wonderful country. The nature is breath-

quite forgetful when it comes

taking and makes me feel at home. In my photography, there’s

to details. Looking at one pho-

often a connection between humans and nature.

to from someplace reminds me

of

almost

everything

My love for film photography has existed for as long as I can

around the time the photo

remember. My father was always carrying around a snapshot

was taken.

camera or filming our family’s events. My father has social anxiety, so he never attended the big events like graduations or

I don’t write a journal. I take

trips to the amusement park, but I always felt that they weren’t

photographs

the ones that counted anyways. The most beloved memories I

the things I do and feel, but I

have from my childhood are when my whole family (my mother,

also try and achieve different

father and two sisters) squeezed into a car and drove across

mind states that my viewers

Sweden to visit relatives or just for a vacation, stopping close to

can relate to and go back

beautiful fields to have hot cocoa and cinnamon buns. Just us,

and reminisce in my pictures.

being together.

MICHELA HEIM

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to

remember


leeds, united kingdom


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I A M K E E L Y B R I G H T M O R E and my clothes are Kee Boutique. I love everything pretty and vintage. I like nothing better than rooting through flea markets and car boots for hidden gems, pieces of lace, broaches, fabrics, whatever I can find, then creating something beautiful from something on its last legs! I started Kee Boutique in July last year, just after graduating from university. I have always been creative, designing and using my mum’s sewing machine as a child. I started selling my clothes online, in markets and in other people’s shops but always dreamt of having my own shop. My shop is in a beautiful art deco building with several other independent shops which is a great place to visit in Leeds. I also use it as a studio where customers can find me behind my sewing machine making my new garments to sell in the shop, online and elsewhere. I either make brand new clothes from vintage materials or rework unloved vintage clothes so every piece is a one-off and can be custom made for each customer. I take inspiration from the 20’s to now and love mixing English and French styles. I love what I do, meeting new creative people who I can learn from, doing fashion shows and photoshoots, and seeing people wearing my designs. I hope people love them too! Available to buy on asos marketplace (search keeboutique).


KEE BOUTIQUE

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paris, france

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WHAT I LIKE ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY

I wouldn’t take pictures of

is the time you can spend taking pictures. I’m boring and I always

someone that doesn’t match

get bored, so it’s a medium that keeps me busy.

my beauty criteria (it sounds bad, I know), therefore I have

I find inspiration with accessories. I imagine a hat, a crown... and

very few models.

I start taking or drawing the pictures in my head. It helps for D-day.

I walk with my head up, so I see the tops of buildings and

There are many ways to accessorize a style. And when I don’t

take pictures of them. I always

think about shooting something fashionable, I take pictures of

look at architecture even if I

what’s around and what looks good because it often will look

have seen it a million times,

even better on film. Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn’t,

because there’s always some-

but the essential thing is that I tried to get the element I liked.

thing new appearing.

AMANDINE PAULANDRÉ H TTP:// AMAN D IN E PAU LA N D R E .C O M


brisbane, australia

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E V A N S

that I have always had an

and I am from the Gold Coast, Australia. My photography follows

interest in but never really

my day-to-day happenings. I like looking for the interesting or

pursued.

unusual in a scene that others may miss, photographing it, then

I have really enjoyed the

sharing it with my family and friends. Ultimately, the world is full

learning process that has gone

of amazing people, places and parties, so why wouldn’t you get

along with it all and shooting

involved... and capture some memories in the process.

film is also always an excit-

M Y

N A M E

I S

B E N J A M I N

Being

self-taught,

ing process to be involved I would have to say my parents inspired me to get creative,

in. Good or bad, there are

which is something that I have always been really happy about.

always some interesting results

I have always had an interest in different creative mediums, but

that come from the process.

I began photography just before I went travelling to South America a year or so ago. I started because it gave me the perfect opportunity (and a bit of a push) to go and learn something

Whatever happens, enjoy.


BENJAMIN EVANS

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AN INTERVIEW With rachel souza As a reoccuring contributor of Moxee, Rachel Souza was nice enough to be one of our first interviewed creatives for our summer issue. Find out everything from what she does on a daily basis to her favorite photograph she has ever taken!

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WE’LL START OFF EASY - HOW DID YOU GET INTO

my friends introduced me to

PHOTOGRAPHY? DO YOU REMEMBER ANY OF THE

the wonderful world of Flickr

FIRST PHOTOS YOU EVER TOOK? While I can’t exactly

and my photography just took

remember what sparked my interest in photography and drew

off and blossomed from there.

me in, I do, however, remember when I was around 12 years old going to the store and buying 3 packs of disposable film cameras

WHAT IS IT THAT IN-

and snapping all kinds of pictures. I would have my two cousins

SPIRES YOU AND HOW

model for me, I would curl their hair and pick out outfits and go

DO YOU PREPARE/BEGIN

on little “photoshoots” around the house. I can remember handing

A PHOTOSHOOT? I’m ex-

them a flower from their garden and instructing them to “look

tremely inspired by music lyr-

down at it and look sad”. I would also bring lots of disposable film

ics, especially that of The Spill

cameras on family vacations and later get the pictures developed

Canvas. Their lyrics have in-

and make scrapbooks. In June of 2009 I was really into black

spired a great amount of my

and white photography and also macro photography using my

work. I just really enjoy pulling

digital camera. I would get prints of them at the store and put

the lyrics apart and putting

them in a little journal, and it was about that time that one of

them back together visually. I


don’t always illustrate the lyrics literally, I sometimes find I like to

WHAT IS IT ABOUT DIGI-

take them out of context and let them take on a different mean-

TAL PHOTOS THAT YOU

ing. I’m also highly inspired the Vintage eras and fashion. Your

ADORE? I prefer digital pho-

likely to find all three inspirations wrapped up in one photograph.

tos because I enjoy the instant

Some other inspirations I draw from nature, such as creeping ivy,

gratification of seeing the shot

exposed tree roots, fog, etc. Last but definitely not least I often find

I just took, and making sure

myself inspired by the other creative and talented photographers

it looks the way I intended.

on Flickr. After all, they inspired me to try some of the more elabo-

While I love the look of film;

rate and heavily manipulated type images such as levitation, and

the graininess and lightleaks,

working with layers and textures. Another way Flickr inspires me

for me it’s too unpredictable,

is through my taking part in some of their weekly themes or as-

you never know if your go-

signment groups, I like to challenge myself to think outside the box

ing to have a masterpiece

while still following the given theme or assignment.

or a complete disaster. For those time when I’m craving

When preparing for a photoshoot I almost always know exactly

a film like feel or edge I en-

what I want it to look like in my head, so the night before I’ll

joy the challenge of achieving

gather all the clothing, accessories, props, etc. that we’ll need pack

it through editing, with layers

them up and charge my camera’s battery. Last year my usual

and textures.

model Melissa and I invested in a pop-up changing room so we make sure we pack that too. I do a lot of checking the weather

SO, WHAT’S A DAY IN

channel for last minute changes too because in New England the

THE LIFE OF RACHEL

weather can change in an instant.

LIKE, EXACTLY? A day in the Life of Rachel is pretty

IN MOXEE’S SPRING ISSUE, YOU MENTIONED YOUR

ordinary. I wake up early for

LOVE FOR JEWELRY MAKING & POETRY WRITING. DO

my split shift as a teacher at

YOU FIND THAT YOUR CREATIVE WORK IN ALL OF

a local day care. When I’m

THESE DIFFERENT FIELDS INFLUENCE EACH OTHER? I

home in between shifts I get a

do feel that my other creative outlets and hobbies all take a part

chance to catch up on house

in influencing eachother. Sometimes I’ll take a photo and it will

work and spend some time

inspire me to write a poem, or sometimes I’ll write a poem that

either editing photos or upload-

inspires a photograph. My jewelry making abilities come in handy

ing and commenting contacts

when I need a particular accessory for a photoshoot. I also have

on Flickr. Also, I’ll often use this

used some of my watercolor paintings to create interesting double

time to jot some new ideas or

exposures.

inspiration in my journal appropriately titled “Photography

DO YOU PREFER DIGITAL OR FILM NOWADAYS?

Ideas and Inspiration”. Then

I prefer digital.

it’s back to work where I find


other ways to be creative, whether it’s helping classroom teachers with lesson ideas or putting together kid-made monthly themed bulletin boards. After work I make dinner and enjoy spending time with my Husband and our two dogs. The majority of my picture taking happens on the weekends. My usual model Melissa and I are earlybirds so we’re usually already snapping away by 9:00 am and are usually done shortly after noon. Then I’ll spend the next few hours going through, selecting and editing photos. WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE IT BE SPRING OR AUTUMN THE ENTIRE YEAR? I think if I had to choose between Spring and Autumn I would have it be spring for the entire year. All the pretty flowers make for great photo opportunities, and who doesn’t love the smell of spring rain. DO YOU HAVE A SINGLE FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH THAT YOU’VE TAKEN? My favorite photo I’ve ever taken would have to be a portrait of my model Melissa De Lima I took in an abandoned office building in Swansea, Massachusetts. It was one of those days where I should have checked the weather one more time before we left. The forecast was predicting low 50’s, but it ended up being so cold we could see our breath. So after freezing, climbing through broken glass windows, and nearly being scared to death when a gust of wind slammed one of the office doors closed, I was more than thrilled when I saw the shot on the camera. I almost didn’t edit the shot at all I was so happy with it, but decided to give it a slightly warmer yellow tone to enhance the beautiful natural light that surrounded her.


RACHEL SOUZA

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lisbon, portugal


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I

A M

A

L I S B O A

P O R T U G A L graduate in

Photography and Visual Culture. I rarely work with something that I do not know or something I do not feel, so my influences are personal, even when it comes to cinema or music, it always has that emotional background. My photos are usually as much about myself as they are about the subjects being photographed. It’s like each one of my photos are a journey. “It’s an interesting life? Not really, but so many boring lives have made very good movies..”

ANNA BALECHO H TTP://A N N ABALE CH O . COM


norwich, england

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EMILY JANE MORGAN HTT P://EMILY JAN E P H O T O . CO . U K


I

W A S

B O R N in

1990 and am a photographer based in Norwich, England, with special focuses on the fairy-tale and whimsical fantasy of portraiture. My keen interest in dreams and the imagination has led to the production of this photographic series of self-portraits. Containing the vibrant beginnings a body of work that I intend to expand upon in due course, exploring the nature of dreams and what they symbolize and reflect upon this world. This photographic series has become

a

exploration,

very

personal

realising

what

some of the visual elements represent and symbolize for me, which has been a wonderful

feeling,

to

educate

myself with my own art is not a regular occurance, after all!


granada, spain


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I, EVA

MARIA

GONZALEZ

LOPEZ,

to preserve my innocence in a

was born in 1986 in a small village in the province of Jaen in

society that seems to be losing

Andalusia. And that’s where I started learning about photogra-

that quality. A vision of my

phy in a very experimental way.

city, this desert vast, desolate asphalt, the futile resistance

In 2002, I moved to Granada, where I then began studying

against the loss of innocence...

pho tography and developing my own style. I developed my style with a love story that was somewhat rough and left me

There are thousands of times

in deep sadness. I began to see photography as more than one

in life, and some of them de-

activity, but a way to translate my feelings and impressions in

serve to be captured... feelings

the light and transforming them into a tangible form that can be

and images... and that’s all

seen on paper.

there for me.

Although born in the digital age, I focused primarily on film.

My style is totally recognizable

My portraits are characterized by a melancholy touch, soft and

and distinctive. It’s so easy to

subtle tones of vintage film grain conveying a sense of recogniz-

get carried away and jump

able time. There is always a touch of melancholy in my pictures,

into the imaginary world of

because I love film cameras and they are always going to get a

sublime landscapes, dynamic

rough grain which permeates every level, as a product of light.

skies, dreamlike landscapes

My images are also characterized by soft tones, subtle, small

and feelings hidden in remote

imperfections and well-studied use of light, where natural light is

corners imaginable.

the key theme of the collection. The pictures, for me, are my window to the world. Everything around me is a huge desert of asphalt that I’m trying to escape ...


EVITA WEED

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atlanta, georgia

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I

A M

A

freelance

illustrator and art instructor from the fabulous Las Vegas, who recently moved to Atlanta. I studied Illustration at Southern Utah University where I received my Bachelor’s. I teach art

classes

in

Kennesaw,

Georgia and have taught painting courses in Tempe, Arizona and West Chester, PA. My art is inspired by my passion for traveling, fashion design, indie music, graphic arts, Japanese Illustration, vintage fashion magazines, and fellow artisans. I mainly work with watercolors, India inks and pen on paper. If I can create an image that makes the viewer feel as happy as I did when I created it, then my job is done.


JESSICA DURRANT

HTTP : / / J E S S I C A I L L U S TR A TI ON .E TS Y.CO M


a series by evita weed

UN DIA MÁS me quedaré sentada aqui en la penumbra de un jardin tan extraño cae la tarde y me olvide otra vez de tomar una determinación... Tropiezos incontrolados, futuros inesperados...

ONE DAY I’ll be sitting over here, in the shadows of a strange garden, the evening will fall again and I’ll forget to make a resolution. Uncontrolled tripping, an unexpected future…


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T H E S W A M P

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sydney, australia

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P R O F E S S I O N A L, E N G A G I N G, passionate and

live shoots for international

highly talented are just some of the words that come to mind

acts such as Thirsty Merc and

when asked to describe my high-grade photography. I have well

Against Me as well as pho-

and truly hit my stride as a photographer, having come a long

tographically documenting the

way since my humble beginnings.

2010 MusicOz Awards.

My portfolio encompasses a wide variety of material, from highly

Bearing these achievements in

competitive fashion photography to stunning stills from my work

mind, my prospective clients

within the music industry right through to the fine art of wedding

can be assured that any work

photography.

produced on their behalf will not only embody a profession-

My high level of professionalism has helped aid features in the

al attitude, but shall be eye

“Digital Photography and Design Magazine” multiple times. I was

catching, engaging, satisfying

also charged with producing the cover imagery for “The Last

and unique.

Vampire” novel series by Christopher Pike as well as having been featured by General Pants Co and Vogue Italia online. Suzi Rose, Jessica Beattie and Mackenzie Mode are amongst my fashion clients, while my musically inclined shoots have been produced on Cass Eager’s album art. I also have performed


J U L I A T R O T T I HT T P://JULIATRO T T I. CO M


brooklyn, new york


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I ‘ M L E A H R E E N A G O R E N , and I am an illustrator living in Brooklyn, New York. I grew up in Southern California, and its plants, colors, and sunlight inspire a lot of my work. I love pretty things -- girls, flowers, patterns, dresses -- even if they aren’t always drawn in the prettiest way.

Ink spots and wob-

bly lines makes the drawing feel more real. A lot of people say I draw sad girls, and I suppose it’s true. They’re young like me, and they’re still learning and growing and seeing and thinking, and it’s not always happy or easy. I love making things that other people can use and experience. I’ve been making hand printed and sewn clothing for a while now, and it’s really nice to talk to the girls that email me with orders and requests. Right now I’m focussing a lot on making more repeat patterns and designs for textiles. I’m very excited for the future and to keep making new things!

L E A H G O R E N H TTP://LE AH GO RE N . CO M


illinois, united states


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S O M E T H I N G of a

never meant to give away the

meditative and restorative practice for me. Meditative in the

specifics. I am in constant

sense that the process of selectively framing reality is a profound

tension between the natural-

conscious act. The solitude of individually mastering a small

istic and humanistic sides of

universe and making sense of that chaos is empowering. Photog-

photography, but in the end,

raphy is restorative in the sense that the photos I see after are

it is beauty in the everyday

immortalized as part of a narrative – colored by my memories

that inspires me.

P H O T O G R A P H Y

I S

and experiences. I enjoy film as I find it to be as fickle and unpredictable only as far as its user is willing to let precision

I’m hoping to combine a career

and clarity go. To me, my best moments are those that are

with my love for photos with

personal – an intimacy beyond subjective understanding. Art was

media and visual design.


buenos aires, argentina


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W E

D E F I N I T I V E L Y L O V E photography and

“otherworldly” thing; we ad-

graphic design, so after some experience in the fashion industry,

mire strong and expressive

with a bounded budget and a few digital cameras, we built a

people with a very relaxed

small home-studio and started shooting at every friend willing to

and simple mind, very aware

pose just for the sake of it. The design studies provided us a lot

of their own emotions, and with

of theory and practice on art, fashion and composition, and we

interesting thoughts and phi-

wanted to mix all that in a unique creative project. So here we

losophy. We like not taking life

are, hoping one day to make it our main support, but we know

too seriously. Its like returning

it’s a long way.

to the basics, less is more. We like simple photography.

Metamorphosis is our essence. We become anything that activates our senses to create. Photography for us is very much

All that can make a photo

like music. Each photo has its own sound and story behind its

play a good song for us. Or

own reality. So we enjoy creating worlds, distorting that reality

even make a beautiful and

as the way its been given and connecting deeply with our own,

harmonic silence. If it doesn’t,

born from things that influence us, such us good films, books,

its a dead one.

paint ing and music. We are constantly playing with space, time and cameras. A models’ spirit is essential for us. We defend

beautiful imperfections; we like different minds with some


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