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New Work for Club Monaco

April 22, 2014

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Above, a couple of photos from Tulum – taken on assignment for Club Monaco.
 
 
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I’m very excited to share this new work – I went along with Club Monaco and their team in Mexico to shoot the sights, sounds and culture of the Yucatán Peninsula for their latest Beach Boutique collection.

I will be the featured contributor on the Club Monaco Tumblr website this month, sharing photos from our travels in Mexico. I’ll be re-blogging all of those posts on my own Tumblr page, so you can follow along here: brianwferry.tumblr.com

Starting this week, we are posting photos from Tulum. Over the coming weeks, I’ll share photos from Coba, Valladolid, Izamal and Merida. It was such an inspiring trip and I can’t wait to share these photographs.

Some of the other photos I took for this project are popping up on the Club Monaco Beach Boutique website, too. Exciting times!

Hope you enjoy these photos from an incredible part of the world.

Anaise SS14 Lookbook

April 16, 2014

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Excited to share this new work today.

I recently photographed the Anaise SS14 lookbook and the photos are now online – you can see the entire lookbook here: http://www.shopanaise.com/lookbook/ss14_01

Styling: Renee Friedrich
Model: Diana Banya
Makeup: Lee Glazer

 
 
A bunch of my favorite outtakes plus a full portfolio edit will be posted soon … stay tuned.

Jonathan Rose for Metropolis Magazine

March 29, 2014

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A portrait of Jonathan Rose, the founder and president of the Jonathan Rose Companies, photographed in NYC for Metropolis Magazine’s Game Changers issue.

Jonathan’s company specializes in affordable, environmentally sensitive, socially conscious housing projects. He was the developer behind Via Verde in the Bronx, a groundbreaking mixed-income housing development that includes a series of tiered geometric gardens and green roofs. More info here. Thanks to photo editor Soohang Lee for this commission.

Matt Paweski’s Studio

March 28, 2014

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Back in February of 2013, I spent some time in Los Angeles photographing artist & friend Matt Paweski‘s studio. For various reasons, I have not yet shared the full set of photographs until now (even though I do have some of these photos in my portfolio).

I wanted to share them here, with thanks to Matt for letting me poke around and hang out with him. I have been a fan of Matt’s work ever since I first saw a piece of his hanging in South Willard in early 2012. Matt speaks a distinctive visual language that is manifested in his wood & metal-based sculptures. Below, I have pasted a few pages from Flash Art magazine’s January 2014 issue, which talks about Matt’s work.

Matt is also one of the creative forces behind Studio Spruzzi, which he recently launched with his partner Gillian Garcia.

I plan to continue my conversation with Matt in LA later this year, and I hope to be able to document more of his work as well. Stay tuned.
 
 

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Ian

March 26, 2014

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Ian, March 2014.

 
 

Fired at Random

March 24, 2014

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Often when I’m doing a shoot and using my digital camera, I will fire off a few random frames while getting set up – just to help me gauge the lens I want to use, the angle that I want to shoot, or something else. At today’s shoot, I fired 2 of these random shots and when I downloaded my files tonight, I found 2 accidental photos that I love.

Fort Standard Furniture

March 21, 2014

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I recently photographed some new work for my friends at Fort Standard. We captured their furniture line, which is being exhibited right now at this year’s Architectural Digest Home Design Show in NYC. This marks the debut of their new “Range” series along side the more established “Column” series. Dudes are so damn talented.

You can see more images here.

 
 

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