Interview Breed Model Management Spain photographer fashion campaign lookbook bridal wedding jewelry luxury milano istanbul dubai germany greece thailand

Interview Breed Model Management Spain

Interview Breed Model Management Spain

What sort of work do you specialize in?

I am specialized in fashion and beauty. I do editorials, lookbooks and campaigns.

 

Did you go to school to study photography?

I trained myself with doing a lot of photo shoots. I did a course after 9 years from the start, in 2015 wich was a Fashion and Photography course, more about fashion at Istituto Italiano di Fotografia in Milan.

 

What or who got you started in photography?

I have a media background and many years ago I started my own modeling agency. I had need a lot of photos and I bought a camera and started to shoot.

 

How would you describe your style?

It is hard to describe your own style. Usualy I let people describe it. In general I think my stile is very feminine.

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What has been your most memorable assignment and why?

I usually remember the hard ones when you do not have time to breathe. The hardest was my trip to Rome in March, when in 2 days I had to do 2 bridal campaigns, 1 jewelry campaign and 1 editorial.

 

And the weirdest one?

I do not think I had a weird one and I hope I will never had.

 

What is your favourite image you have shot recently? Can you describe its creation in regards to location, lighting, composition etc., also your thoughts when creating the image and what it means to you?

My favourite one I did recently is the image from the cover of One Coast Magazine. I say this because my theme Nomad was greatly staged by my team Camelia Tugearu, Corina Tudor, Andra Teodorov and  Serap Ismail. Also the wardrobe fitted very good. It was shot in a rocky place with natural light to have a better feeling.

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Can you tell us the true basis of your inspiration?

I am inspired by people, designers, models or other creative.

 

What do you think of the photography industry at the moment and where do you see it in 5 years from now?

The photography business for my was and still is a big investment from the photographer side. Is using a lot of our time and a lot of money. That I do not think will change in the future. The market is pushing you to buy new things very often but you have to be creative with what you have.

 

A photographer who inspires you? why?

From my beginnings I did not started to follow any photographer. I was looking at fashion photography in general. I had to develop my own style. I like both top photographers and young ones. In terms of style I like more the Italian ones. In terms of technics the best is Helmut Newton. He did realy great things with less technology.

 

Old masters or contemporary talent? why?

I would choose contemporary as is more close to what I am.

 

Do you have any muse? What does your muse mean for you?

I do not have any muse. I am inspired by the theme and I choose the model by it.

 

What photographic ambitions have you not yet achieved? How do you plan to achieve them?

My ambition is to succeed also in the mainstream magazines from my coutry. With hard work everything is possible.

 

Is there anything you would have done differently during your photographic career?

I would start earlier, like at 17th.

 

If you could have lunch with anyone, who would it be? why?

I would have lunch with Mario Testino. I like his way of preparing his photo shoots and meeting over lunch would bring me great inputs.

 

Which song would you choose for a long night? why?

I would choose Az Yet – Last Night, the song I had dance with my wife on our wedding party.

 

One film that made you change your mind? why?

I am inspired by movies sometimes but I am not very influential by them. I loved The September Issue.

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