PhotogenicsMAG Summer/Pre-Fall Issue No.9 - Another amazing experience putting together this issue. Many thanks to everyone involved, including cover story photographer, David Cortes, as well as Arielle Manesh, Diane Jong, David Shama, and Nicci Arone/Yudo Kurita.
Photogenics has known Jonathan Waiter for quite some time now. We first came across his work when he was living and making photographs in Los Angeles 6 years ago, and we’ve been following his progression and forward moving art ever since. He’s now based in NYC and creating the most hauntingly beautiful images I’ve ever seen. We’re lucky to have such talent in this world. Cheers to you, Jonathan!
“After the Belgian poet Albert Giraud, photographer Jonathan Waiter and stylist Brett Bailey explore the symbolism of the moonstruck Pierrot, the sad clown, and her pantomime romance.”
She’s done it again. Another beautiful cover to add to her ammunition. Check out Carola on the cover of L’Officiel Mexico’s July issue!
Hey Guys…Kelly’s back in town this week. You all know her as the girl who took the industry by storm when she first walked on the scene as the face of Prada FW/11 campaign and then subsequently shot for every important magazine from Vogue Italia, British Vogue, i-D Magazine, Dazed & Confused, LOVE…. you name it.
She always has love for her west coast Agency, and that’s why she’s here. Welcome back, Kelly!!! <3 Photogenics.
Check out highlights from her latest editorials or her full portfolio here
Who can keep track of the Vogue covers on this girl?! She just keeps racking ‘em up. Feast your eyes on this lovely summer beauty story in the latest Vogue Italia Beauty Issue.
Get it, girl!!! Congrats! xoxo – the team at Photogenics.
The simplicity, rawness, and spontaneity that comes through in this Swiss-born photographer/documentarian’s work are the qualities that I was immediately drawn to when I met David sometime last year. In a time where so much of fashion photography has become this scary mess of over-styled, overly contrived, way too over conceptualized work, David is a naturalist at heart and believes in the small moments that make up a grand and beautiful scene. The dirt, the sweat, the grime…and the pretty girl with sad eyes and a determined smile – these are the moments David captures on film through his travels and editorial work while at home in Paris and New York. Here are some highlights from his portfolio and a few from his story featured in photogenicsMAG Issue No.5. – M -
BOOM!!! Our first “moving issue” is now available for your viewing pleasure. Really proud of how far we’ve come in 8 releases, and it’s only getting more and more next level.