A selection of my Neo-Burlesque Portraits along with my real people portraits, New York City 1970′s street photography, urbanscapes and more is currently being featured in Alafoto, a website featuring the best in photography fashion and design.
Twenty six images from my Neo-Burlesque project are now running in Urbania Magazine. Urbania is a graphically bold French-Caniadian online magazine based in Montreal that focuses on photographers and their stories. Urbania’s primary mission: to make the ordinary extraordinary.
I recently saw a snapshot of Dr. Flux on Facebook in his half woman half man persona and immediately got in touch with him to see what we could do together in the studio. He brought some costuming but we decided to go for the stripped down approach to really emphasize the message. I shot the profiles to possibly use next to each other and while we were editing Flux suggested looking at the full nude shot in between the individual profiles and this is the result. Below is the tighter single that we liked best. I’ll go out on a limb and predict some contest wins down the road.
Three of my portraits have been awarded in the 2011 Loupe International Competition. VFW and Cheeky Lane each won Bronze awards while my studio portrait titled Frank won a Silver Award. A nice way to end the year . . .
My image of Dottie Lux was chosen by The Workbook for their invitation only party at the Art Director’s Club. This party is to coincide with the annual Photo District News Photo Plus International Conference at the Javits Center in Manhattan.
A selection of my Neo-Burlesque portraits is featured on the NMRK blog. NMTKT is a shoppable eMagazine from downdtown NYC featuring shoppable videos and blog posts.
Rezalutions, an Online art magazine is currently featuring 22 images from my Neo-Burlesque project. Not sure why they are call it “glamour photography” but each to his own . . .
A selection from my award winning series of portraits of Neo-Burlesque performers is currently online in the Russian version of Esquire Magazine. Thanks again to the New York Burlesque community for helping to make this such a successful project.