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Check me out: That Window in Harlem at Marc-Antoine Barrois
Thanks Lestat for your support all these years. Happy Tuesday indeed.
My first solo view of my work will be on display at The Marc-Antoine Barrois Maison de Couture in Paris. I am soooo beyond excited.The focus will be of the fashion and nude photos shot at “That Window in Harlem” So, you will see a mix of past and current images shot during various times of day throughout the years that illustrate the denseness of light that comes through my ONLY window in my studio.
If you are in Paris this summer, check it out. It will be at the Marc-Antoine Barrois Atelier on 6 Rue de Budapest in Paris from June 1 through July 31, 2015. Show some love if you find yourself in town.
Too many to thank but Marc-Antoine Barrois is at the top of the list. Thanks for the opportunity. And, then, Marco Massa, Kristopher Kelly and Ethan James for clarity, honesty, guidance and the lending of your ears to vent and wallow. This would have not been easy without any of you. And, finally, thanks to all of the models who sat at that window giving my neighbors something to talk about.
And, I just can not hide it . . . .
I have started my very first tumblr. And, it is dedicated to the several hundred photos that I have taken at ‘That Window in Harlem’. Actually, my only real window that gets light. So, please go check out my very first post. My tumblr will feature everything from simple daylight fashion portraits to nudes to objects or just photos of the window through the seasons. I would say about 80% of my studio work is shot at that window. I love daylight above all light sources. But, if you follow my work, you know this already.
Happy Monday. And, please check me out: http://that-window-in-harlem.tumblr.com Follow and Retumble as much as you like. And, I am featuring Mr. Ricardo Baldin as my first tumble. I think that you might like what you see. That Face and Body. Viva Brazil!!!!
As you may know, this past NYFW, I shot the showcards for One.1 Men of One Model Management. And, as always, there are so many unused images when you are shooting things like this. Different looks; Change of hair/lighting. So, slowly as time allowed, I took another stab at some of the photo shoots. Some are just personal shots like that of Reece below. Or, simply looks that were never edited. Below were some of my favorites. This is just round 1. Trust me, I shot plenty. But, More to follow . . .
Many thanks to Allen Osborne and the Men of One.1 Models.