Apart from my duties as a photographer, filmmaker, visual artist, brand ambassador and all around creative individual, I would like to blog about my role of teacher. Those of you who know me well know that I have always been very open and keen on sharing my knowledge of this creative art we call photography. My assistants and interns have always been free to ask me any question, even if I don’t have the answer, I won’t rest until I do. I have been meaning to share some of the work created at my workshops and seminars back in August when I had the opportunity to give a Fashion Editorial Workshop at Studio ADO13 in Miami.
I had the pleasure of working and teaching a great group of talented Individuals, one of those being photographer Frank Rubio.
This fashion story created by Frank was geared a little more towards the commercial/catalogue realm, but could easily be published in a Teen Vogue or Teen Elle.
We worked with minimal props and styling to give more emphasis on the connections between model and photographer and look how a simple white backdrop and some creativity can really make an amazing result.
I love the way Frank worked in the illustrations post shoot, he made everything come to life and I just want to say how proud I am when I see one of my student’s with great work. It means that in some way they paid attention to something I said! Check out more of Frank’s work on the Link. I cant forget to give credit to illustrator, Greg Gayle.