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blog - February 2012

City Beach Life fashion shooting

A summer fashion shooting at the urban beaches of Barcelona: In Spain, even in winter the sun offers summerly looks. So we did a summer campaign for the Catalan streetwear label SPRT last week. Cool urban styles were mixed with old school California surf and contemporary skate flavor.

Model Pol in the “post surf” situation, getting help by my charming hair & make up artist Ana Vergara:

Our spot for a “bicycle trip” attracted some sun-hungry natives: 

 

photographer in camouflage pants (photo taken by Gregor Koall)

 

My “special assistant” Gregor Koall – thanks for the help!!:

View from our shooting location towards Barcelona: skyline with Hotel W and the cable car tower: 

 

 Model Pol, having the very last coffee with sunshine of the day: 

 

Icecream and urban paintings in Barceloneta:

The cactus garden – menswear shooting in Barcelona

On Barcelona’s famous city hill Montjuic you can find the fantastic “Cactus Garden”. For Grisby‘s classic suit line, we occupied this beautiful location and shot the summer lookbook. The giant cactuses and bizarre palm trees gave an interesting contrast to the fine menswear fashion. 

Model Marc got a nice sun tan during the session…

 

…as well as our charming hair & make up artist Ana Vergara – here pimping up Marc while getting filmed by Bernat for the making-of video:

  

While Marc got into the next outfit… 

… I benefitted from the break by taking some nice nature photos:

 

 

 

7Yards lookbook shooting in Barcelona

After three weeks of fashion trade shows in Berlin, Barcelona and Madrid, I finally came back to actually shoot fashion: This sunday I did the lookbook for Barcelona’s progressive but minimalist menswear brand 7 Yards (by Grisby) up in the Montjuic. Now, lots of selecting and post-production ahead…

Our lovely hair & make up artist Ana Vergara doing model Adrian’s hair: 


Designer Toni Torrens, here helping me out as a light double:

Me, doing making of photos of myself :) :

 

A first glance on the oeuvre: