Inside Model Society Magazine 13
Ellis creates images that explore the personal struggle of despair versus hope. His use of recurring symbols and rich deep colors are the foundation of these articulate, mysterious, and well-crafted images.
Lorenzo Gatto takes us to a night at the theater. His narrative images occur like renaissance paintings with a warm glowing color palette and striking use of chiaroscuro. The stunning dancers who populate Lorenzo’s works seem larger than life as if they are actors in a play.
Dave Rudin creates elegant outdoor nudes in all-natural light. With instinctive timing, he captures images as each moment ripens to perfection. With delicate poses and creative use of cropping Dave’s photography is an opportunity to enjoy quiet moments in appreciation of beauty.
Alex Sher teleports us into a fantasy world of weightless figures in these bold underwater images. His models seem to float and fly against surreal backgrounds featuring high contrast patterns, saturated colors, and abstract reflections.
Bob Verney offers us flavors of gothic, victorian, and vintage storytelling in this series of richly textured images. His expressive models share a wide range of emotions as they interact with unique and interesting places.
Orville Spence reveals his love affair with photography and thoughts about art. With the lush island of Jamaica as his home, Orville’s passion for taking pictures has become a gift for seeing and sharing a positive vision of people and the world.
Will Strong plays with the forces of gravity and tension as he seems to turn reality upside down. With creative changes in orientation and perspective, his models seem to take flight, straining against symbolic bondage that holds them down.