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Bambi for Urban Outfiiters
Urban Outfitters February catalogue was a heavy mix of stunning scenery and stunning people (the beautiful Bambi and her real-life best friend). Watching this, you will most probably swing between feelings of envy (damn you and your eyebrows Bambi!) and feelings of where the heck is my Visa?.
photographed by Tim Barber in the Northern Californian coastphotographed by Tim Barber in the Northern Californian coast
At home with Daria Werbowy
Daria looking casual and super sexy at home in her New York Daria looking casual and super sexy at home in her New York loft in this shoot for Dossier, reminicent of Erin Wassons Selby interview. Cass Bird describes Ms.Werbowy house as having a cooks kitchen, with lots of roasted root vegetables and bottles of wine. We had so much wine and beets that our teeth and lips were stained red not the best food choice for a shoot.
photographed by Cass Bird for Dossierphotographed by Cass Bird for Dossier
Under the Big Black Sun
A sunny road trip serves as inspiration for this shoot starring Ashley Smith. In front of Jason Lee Parrys lens, Ashley is carefree and natural in casual clothes featuring denim and worn out boots.
photographed by Jason Lee Parry for Oyster Magazine
I think its extremely important to make the client and models feel very comfortable, playing music during the shoot, having a glass of wine with the crew. On my free time I like to make my own beer, read about conspiracy theories, road tripsin particular back roads, poetry, go camping, surround myself with interesting people.
an interview made by BLDG 25 Blog an interview made by BLDG 25 Blog
He lives in LA and his photographs evoke all the things to love about southern california hazy sunshine, carefree days and wild nights and endless summer attitude. As a child i traveled a lot and was visually stimulated by As a child i traveled a lot and was visually stimulated by the things i saw so i wanted to recreate images i had seen in my past. I take my shoots very seriously. The night before i cant sleep usually, im up visualizing each shot, i used to stay in my tent in my living room and drink whiskey for days on in, thats when the ideas really start to flow for me.