Flashbak, a very cool website/blog that features interesting photography and art work is now running a selection of my Neo-Burlesque Portraits.
Continuing my project of portraits of musicians over 50 this is jazz guitarist John Bruschini.
A selection of my Neo-Burlesque portraits are currently running on BuzzFeed.
To celebrate Pride London 2014 Mr. President, an advertising agency in London used some of my burlesque portraits to create an eyecatching exhibit that featured presidents of the world in some of gay prides boldest costumes. In their words “The retouched images were hung in our windows overlooking Soho Square and featured President Putin in a small pair of leather pants, President Hollande in a cheeky little rubber number and President Merkel flashing her bits whilst doused in pearls. President Obama, he opted for a rather more sensible all in one sequinned blue spandex rabbit outfit”.
Today is the the opening of my second show at the Vanilla Gallery in Tokyo. There aree a total of 52 prints on exhibit, 26 from each project.
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.
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
A selection from my Neo-Burlesque project just won a bronze award in the 2013 OneEyeland Awards in the portrait category.