I hate Butterflies

Shot & Directed by Karine & Oliver

A very conceptual take on this story shot by Karine & Oliver. We highly recommend watching the below film. This work is a bit different from their other past work, probably because its been shot on film and we do dig the feel. The casting here is very good!

Editorial, December, 2017

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Editorial, March 2018

The work that everyone is talking about

We all know Domen Van De Velde. The duo that flew in for couple of days to create this magic, that made everyone talk about it.

The story published in the March issue of Vogue Arabia, is a true statement of perfection. Styled by the known cutting edge stylist, Claire Carruthers, who mixed abaya with some high end accessories that fits perfectly with the looks and the style of photography.

Gazed and sharp model's makeup is another charm to look into. Done by our leading makeup artist, Toni Malt, these looks are redefining arabic beauty.

Fashion Editorial

Grazia France by Louis Christopher

We truly admire this Indie meets classic story shot by Louis Christopher for Grazia France. Warm tones with with happy moments mixed with fun poses this story has perfect balance between storytelling but keeping it pure fashion.

Editorial, Cover, April 2018

Here is what's happening in Canada

Shot for Freq Mag, this story truly sets in an indoor nature hub, Muttart Conservatory, based in Edmonton. Bright colors scream through fresh green tones of background as Tina captures model's strong postures against. We really love this story shot by the Canadian based artist we represent. http://www.thingsbypeople.com/tina-chang

Editorial, May, 2018

Vogue Arabia by Louis Christopher

We have all known Louis Christiopher for his fine style in fashion photography using contrast lighting and minimal thinking when it comes to creating an eye catching & iconic story. This story is shot with the top 50 girls at models.com, Charlee Frazer; who is shot in NY walking through the shadows and contrasty lights, into the streets of New York. We love the simplicity captured by Louis, by still keeping it very edgy with the angles and the use of tailored styling.

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