Nicki Minaj photographed for the cover of The New York Times Magazine. In a very graphic and minimally arranged set-up, Nicki is photographed, and transformed through 20 layers of color-screens to illustrate an essay on the 'transformation of the self'. Released in print on Sunday, October 11th, 2015.
To illustrate Junya Watanabe's Fall - Winter 2015 collection, New York Magazine commissioned a series of flattened portraits. The images blur the line between photography and handmade paper cut-outs, helping to distance the designer's creations further from the three dimensional reality they aim to reject.
For Thom Browne's Fall - Winter 2015 collection, 80 inverted carbon prints were produced in a brilliant tonal range. The inverted images take on the appearance of pencil drawings, as the process focuses a microscopic lens on the delicate lace fabrication of the collection.
Audrey Marnay stars in this saturated series of Scottish landscapes for Harper's Bazaar UK. Photographed on location at the historic Glenapp Castle, the series weaves the iconic model in and out of the beautiful forests and flowers found on the estate grounds.
Kirsty Hume comes to life in this first part of a 2 part series on Scotland's countryside, for Harper's Bazaar UK. Photographed at the Strathvaich Estate in northern Scotland, Hume showcases the season's collections over the course of a week.
In conjunction with the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Amazon, the following 16 photographs were created as an exhibition to introduce New York's first menswear fashion week. They will be on public display from 13 July 2015 throughout New York City.