Last February I had the opportunity to do a collaborative creative shoot with Daniela DeAgazio. This was not my first time working with this talented dancer and as per usual she had no trouble pushing the boundaries of what she is capable of to create an incredible image. Daniela trained competitively at the Rajka Kupesic School of Classical Ballet from a young age and continued her career teaching at the school for 3 more years. Her dance career was then taken onto the open Sea where she was a guest performer on the Princess Cruises for almost 2 years. Daniela… Continue reading Introducing Daniela DeAgazio: Dancer
Originally posted on Champagne for Ducklings:
Last Monday morning, I was lucky enough to be hired to do a shoot with Michaela DePrince, a beautiful dancer who moved to Amsterdam just two days after our shoot to dance with Dutch… Continue reading My latest dance shoot: Michaela DePrince
Originally posted on Imagery Tales:
Ballet.. Listen to the sound, Bal-let: the word itself is feather-like. Light and elegant, delicate and swift, like ballerinas. Fragile, like their long fingers. Flamboyant. That is the feeling Ballet was bringing to my imagery. But not anymore. I so much wanted to write about Ballet and when I finally found few minutes of free time I thought it would be the best time to write about this. Time when I am tired, cold, nervous again for not sleeping enough. Time when my head is a warehouse, full of business & economics related thoughts. Time… Continue reading Ballet: flamboyant imagery, once ago..
Originally posted on Jenny Swerdlow Photography:
This series of images looks like long exposure dance photography. But do not be fooled, each images contain ten thousand images stitched together, his camera manages to record two thousand frames a second. “I… Continue reading ‘Nude’ by Shinichi Maruyama.