Do you like working in your "office"? Thats a question for todays creatives, who would love to be in a space, which is not an office.
Gone are the days when companies would be looking for offices spaces, with cubicles ( for privacy and focus ) and driving their employees mad. The claustrophobia must have been unbearable. Then things progressed slightly, and the idea of open office spaces came about. That worked to a certain degree, with the bosses inside glass offices, like goldfish, keeping an eye on the productivity of the group. Both the ideas meant there was always a a burden of overheads like maintaining an office, its bills, its rents etc. That does'nt really sound interesting.
Now, there is a new age of working spaces, called shared spaces, which is something that tantalises our joint creative brains. The chance to work alongside different creatives, both freelance and small enterprises like us, who want to collaborate and share their ideas.There are no walls, in most places, there are shared resources like the same secretary taking messages, or the same huge conference rooms to meet your clients etc. Young companies like us can keep their costs low, and focus on their end product. There should'nt be restrictions placed on entrepreneurs and freelancers to operate, as they all want to work on their million dollar ideas in a space with some great minds, supported with up to date technology.
This is what we have been looking for. This is what we will get.
We love the simplicity of this film. Sharp silhouettes, poetic movements with black and white contrasts makes this film another iconic project by the Duo Karine & Oliver. London/Swiss team that visited Dubai over the recent months to shoot some the very modern works for many magazines. Check out the film below and their work in the WOLFPACK page.
A new initiative, ALT TBP lets anyone request for an artist to conduct a 4-5 day workshop in Dubai, only focusing on fashion photography. Based on a voting system, that will allow people to select an artist and send a request to join in the workshop. The voters will get 15% discount on the full fees. These workshops will be for mid-to-advance level photographers and will be focusing on aesthetic, lighting, retouching and creating editorial ideas.
TBP’s Executive Creative Director and Fashion photographer, Mann, is behind a brand new beauty and fashion project called Beautiful Blood. This will be a one of a kind fashion and beauty book/magazine, with quarterly issues every year, in collaboration with artists from all fields and genres of Fashion. Mann, who also launched Beauty Archive with his co- partner- photographer Mazen Abusrour, is now behind this cutting edge publication with a cool & funky site that regularly publishes interesting editorial stories.
We are excited to announce Annesofie Begtrup is now officially with TBP.
Raised in a Scandinavian environment of simplicity and minimalism and graduated as a hairdresser & session stylist from one of the top academy’s in Denmark. With more than 15 years experience in the industry, she have dedicated most of here time in the editorial world and being fortunate to work with some of the worlds top publications and creative teams has lead here to where and who she is today. Annesofies experience in the fashion industry combined with the technical education she have, allows here to use here craftsmanship in combination with creativity and that’s where the magic appears. Enhancing natural beauty is foremost in here mind when she work and that combined with training of some of the industry’s most highly regarded professionals, is the principle that drives here signature style – which is minimalistic and creative.
Brands: CHANEL, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chloé, YSL, Bvlgari, Hermés, Marc Jacobs, Tiffany, Cartier.
Publications: VOGUE, ELLE, Harpers Bazaar, Lofficiel, Schön, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Costume, MOJEH, Euroman.