“We escaped Canada for a few weeks and ended up in Joshua Tree, California for a few days before moving onto our next destination. Since our early shoots together Elizabeth has taken on an active role in the direction of our shoots. We loved being out in the middle of nowhere with nothing by the california sun and a cowboy pool to pass the time.”
This shooting day was something special. Beatrice and Alberto celebrate their very first anniversary. They both still know exactly how they got to know each other. One does not forget such a day, right? The light flows gently into the rooms. The studio is located in Via Margutta, in the same street Audrey Hepburn stayed in the movie Roman Holiday. There is love in the air. As enchanting as in every beginning dwells a magic force.
“Although technology has become so useful for us I think it’s definitely important to practice putting your phone down and enjoying what’s around you.” The Brutalist architecture of the Barbican Estate hidden in the most inner district of London was the only appropriate location to shoot Ella – an artist and architectural student.” explains photographer Adam Laws.
Talia smiles. And for a second, I forget the world and I smile too. We are becoming big fans of the sensual and natural work by Robert Vincze. In his third C-Heads Exclusive the London based photographer teamed up with dreamy model Talia of Profile Model Management. “The photos were taken in Hackney, London during the heatwave.
Both based in Amsterdam and longtime fans of each others’s work, photographer Kwabena Appiah-nti and luxury lingerie designer Tisja Damen joined hands to create a new truly wonderful story together in Brazil. To really capture Rio de Janeiro’s vibes and not have to hurry or plan out the shoots, Kwabena used his own girlfriend Shunyata Ossewaarde as the model.
“Sophi Knight was the perfect face for this shoot. I wanted a certain vintage aesthetic for this shoot and wanted those beachside vibe to make this work.” Andrew Obtinalla still sounds so thrilled when talking about his recent shooting and there is no doubt that Sophi looks smashing.
“We spent a warm sunset together. We met for taking pictures but all we did was play.” Photographer Pablo Gil laughs. “Maria and me played with light, we played with colors, heat and freshness. Green, white, yellow, red. We turned the bedroom into a flamenco show, and the living room became a sacred temple right away. It was an intimate game of laughters, characters and fun. I guess that is our Spanish essence.”
Vancouver based photographer Maryna Yazbeck processes the time issue of life in her photo story using symbols such as a sandtimer. Maryna picked up her first camera when she was only 12 years old and believes that you don’t need a certain “style” or “theme” to be a great photographer, but instead being able to replicate all styles is key.
Models Feli and Lina are an absolute eye-catcher in this 2-part-series, where photographer & director Martin Levi preeminently plays with the light that enters through his kitchen window adding that certain something to the scenery. A varied story that gives you a treat while looking at it.
We go far away to find ourselves, and always return home, when we get lost. “I’d like to share with you my latest photo series about a trip to Sátoraljaújhely, a wonderful city in Hungary.” says photographer Boncz László Áron while showing us a series where he explores the sensitive bonds of ourselves, our families and of time and space.