Hello again! Photographs are inspiring and that’s why we are bringing you our favourite photographers from both past and present. We love how a photograph can capture a moment in time that can be looked at for generations to come. We’re inspired by these images every day. We would love to hear who you love!
Brydie is one of Australia's most coveted young fashion photographers. While hailing from Sydney, she spends her time jet-setting around the globe, capturing elusive moments of beauty on her precious film. Her work is heavily inspired by photographers from eras past - all reflecting her raw, minimal aesthetic & strong appreciation of the female form. We are lucky enough to have one of her works in our studio!
Terry O'Neill was one of the world's most collected photographers with work hanging in national art galleries and private collections worldwide. Terry was a British photographer known for his distinctive snapshot aesthetic and for his candid portraits of celebrities.
Hugh Holland is an American photographer best known for his images of skateboarders riding around the empty pools and concrete playgrounds of southern California. His work is shot during the mid-1970s.
Glen E. Friedman is most well known for his influential images of rebellious artists from classic skateboarding, punk and hip hop. His photographs of key figures such as Fugazi, Black Flag, Public Enemy, Run-D.M.C., Beastie Boys, Ice- T, Bad Brains and Dead Kennedys, as well as skateboarding originators Tony Alva, and Jay Adams, among many others.
Slim Aarons was an American photographer his photographs epitomize the glamour, charisma, and celebrity that he sought to capture in his portraits. “Attractive people doing attractive things in attractive places,” Aarons famously once said to describe his practice.
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