Month: September 2011

Pin-Up Boys Magazine

(Antony Knisley_Click Models NYC)

In my head, the end of summer is the last day of September. I know I know, for most, it ends after Labor Day weekend. But, not for me. The remaining weeks are still pretty warm. And, most of us are in denial anyways. So, it is fitting that I feature some of my recent work that is a bit SCANDALOSO.

I shot for Ian Cole’s new magazine venture called Pin-Up Boys earlier this year. Ian Cole is the creator of the magazine trilogy out of London of Client, Carbon Copy and Supplementaire magazines. So, he has added a new magazine that pays homage to the sexy beefcake shots of nameless male models from back in the day. It is a coffee table magazine as he describes.  You must check it out. There are several well-known photographers who have contributed their takes on the  subject. And, then, there is ME. Ian, however, requested that all of the contributors to this venture shoot agency models only.  So, as you can imagine, the HOT bar has been risen.

 

(Adam Miller_Adam NYC)

And, for your raincoaters out there, I am only posting TWO images from the book that I have contributed. And, as you can see, I took a more ‘glamorous’  approach to the beefcake. Nothing too crazy but for my blog, I try to avoid making this a place where people can ‘put the needle on the record’ if you know what I mean.

Bon Voyage Summer 2011. And, Happy Friday.

Chris gets wet_The Outtakes

So, I shot some portraits of Mr. Petersen (DNA) for The Fashionisto.  And, we all know how I love shooting some portraits. But, I wanted to get  away from the window and the traditional trappings rendered to portraits.  So, here was my testament to change. Check out the full set over at The Fashionisto.

So, Get Ready

Set

 

Go

 

Thanks Chelsea (my on and off again assistant) for getting Chris wet (tee hee hee); Thanks to Carl over at The Fashionisto for running my portrait set; And, of course, thanks to you Chris. You are a true sport.

 

Twitter . . . yep, I did it . . .

FINALLY, as my cousin says, I have joined the Twitter chat. So, I believe  that I say something like, I am @watterswithtwot

That’s my handle. Can you handle it trannies? And, yes, I realize that it looks like Watters with Twot. But, it really means WATTERS WITH TWO T (‘s makes it too long). But, follow me; follow me;  follow me.

Good Morning and Good Night. I guess that should be my first tweet, huh? Happy Tweeting Trannies.

Sean