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Neo Burlesque in Made In Shoreditch

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

My Neo-Burlesque imagery is now being featured in Made in Shoreditch a British art, culture, fashion online publication . A short interview accompanies the photos. Here we have Albert Cadabra and Creamy Stevens.

Interview And Images In Gadzuna

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

An interview and images from many of my projects just came out in Gadzuna, an Italian publication that covers design, art, communication and digital culture. The article feature images from Half-Drag, Neo-Burlesque, Women of 5th Ave and street photography

OneEyeland Award Featured On Workbook Blog

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

The Workbook Blog noted my bronze award in the recently judged OneEyeland Awards.

Americana Portraits on I-REF

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

 

A selection of my Americana Portraits is now being featured on I-REF a  magazine for contemporary culture.

Americana Portraits on Lost at E Minor

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

 

A selection of my Americana Portraits is now being featured on Lost at E Minor.

OneEyeland Bronze Award – Neo-Burlesque

Perle Noire © Leland Bobbé

Perle Noire © Leland Bobbé

A selection from my Neo-Burlesque project just won a bronze award in the 2013 OneEyeland Awards in the portrait category.

Interview in Lost at E Minor

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

There is an interview with me featuring my Half-Drag and New York City Wall Art images in Lost at E Minor.

Neo-Burlesque in Diari di Casanova,Italy

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

A selection of m award winning Neo-Burlesque series is not running in Diari di Casanova an Italian site featuring photography, cinema, poetry, music and more.

 

Americana Portraits in Mail Online

Old Friends © Leland Bobbé

Old Friends © Leland Bobbé

A selection of my Americana Portraits is now being featured on Mail Online.

 

Half-Drag on Image Source Blog/Trends 2013

© Leland Bobbé

© Leland Bobbé

Half-Drag was mentioned in a great article in the Image Source Blog by John O’Reilly to illustrate one of the five emerging photography trends from 2013 . . . the double take trend, comparing and contrasting of one kind or another.