Today I am happy to share with you my first menswear editorial published on HUF Magazine! A huge thanks to my precious team, to the amazing talent of dancers Travis S C Knight and James Pett, to the great professionalism and impeccable taste of stylist Alexandra Vilvoc and to the lovely work of make up artist Agi Spisak.
I was very happy to meet Shany, a lovely mum-to be, a few weeks ago. We had a very pleasant photo shoot at Port Meadow, in Oxford, enjoying the sun close to its decline, its gold light, and the magic of the yellow leaves. We couldn’t have asked for a better weather, and Shany faced the cold to happily show her beautiful belly to the camera. I want to thank her so much for the feelings shared with me, and also for letting me show you these sweet photographs.
“Curious,’ the Prince continued, after a deep silence, ‘is it possible never to have known something, never to have missed it in its absence – and a few moments later to live in and for that single experience alone? Can a single moment make a man so different from himself? It would be just as impossible for me to return to the joys and wishes of yesterday morning as it would for me to return to the games of childhood, now that I have seen that object, now that her image dwells here – and I have this living, overpowering feeling within me: from now on you can love nothing other than her, and in this world nothing else will ever have any effect on you.” Friedrich Schiller
That day was perfect for a punting tour! Congratulations again Ruta and Karlos and thank you for being so sweet and spontaneous!
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to photograph these two lovely sisters, Charlotte and Lisa. We had to improvise the photo-shoot a bit because of a series of reasons, but when we saw that abandoned boat on the Thames river, I thought once again that improvisation is not something to be scared of. For sure it is something I always learn from…
Thanks to Charlotte and Lisa for their help, smiles and laughs!
Two weeks ago I had the pleasure to have in front of my camera a male model, Neil Chatterjee. I really enjoyed working with him (so thank you Neil!). Here a few conceptual photos I took on a rusty and old platform we found along the Thames river. And when life seems too far and we walk and lay down on crosses, suddenly we discover something that is coming to save us.
A perfect sunny day, the countryside around Oxford, the river Thames, my camera, and the day flows as in a dream. Here the photographs of my latest work. A big thanks to the model Elena Achotegui Sebastian.