I remember the first time I heard about Ren Hang.
I am embarassed to say that I was late to the game when it came to his photography…
I first heard about him through a classmate in Italy last year, and ever since, I've been obsessed.
When I heard he had an exhibition in Stockholm, I was nearly jumping out of my seat to see him and it took a lot of waiting (on friends…). After hearing about his death a few days prior to visiting the exhibition, it made me want to see his work in person even more than before.
Ren, is someone who isn't afraid to use the naked human body is a provocative yet classy way. When I say classy, Im not really sure how to explain it, but if you see his photos I think you may get what I mean by that statement.
The exhibition ended up being better than what I dreamed of. It was simple, but powerful. The way the photographs were places was perfect.
I HIGHLY recommend going and seeing it if you havent already. It's open till April 2nd, so run!
As well as Patrick Demarchelier (perhaps there will be a part 2 to this blog post, all about him). His work is open to the public until May 14th.
Let's just end this post with - I will for sure be hanging up a picture by him in my future owned apartment.
Past 2 weeks have been a whirlwind of big time photoshoots.
Elite Model Management took me under their wing as 1 of the stylists for their photoshoot project. I got to test all my crazy ideas out on their fresh “New Faces”.
First time in a while, where I was styling multiple models (and when I mean multiple, these photoshoots were consisting of around 5, 6 or 7 models in a row).
I love love love working with up and coming models like this. Everything is so raw, and you get to discover their best angles with them sitting right in front of you.
I'll leave some behind the scenes photos here, just to get a closer look. ;)
Final photos will hopefully be avaialble sooner rather than later. I am so so eager to see them!
(Christoffer if you're reading this, don't stress!)
Just a little update.
Now that I'm finally starting to settle into the new place a little bit - even though the weather recently is very gloomy and grey. I can't wait till it gets a little warmer and I can start using my balcony for real.
Life is starting to fall into place, and new projects are coming my way! *praying hands emoji*
More updates to come!
Enjoy my very gloomy, but also very charming new balcony. A lot of wine and dines will be spent here, I can feel it!