A lot of your work is in black and white, what makes you attracted to this aesthetic and how do you incorporate it in your work?
I think I use black and white more often when I want to express a mood rather than to show something specific in my picture. For example, if there is a specific hoodie we’re not supposed to see the color of, I wouldn’t want the viewer to be distracted by that hoodie. I want it to be about the emotions of the portrait and I think black and white allows that. It allows to have a more general approach to the picture in itself. It also gives some kind of timelessness that I enjoy.
Any future projects or anything else you want to share?
I just had a few videos released (A$AP TyY – DFWU, Aaron Cohen – Litmus) and I released my first documentary last November, about the bikelife in NYC. I loved it and I want to do a new one, on another subject may be but I’m still trying to figure it out! I want to travel more too, see more things, shoot more subjects, faces, stories, lives …
Thank you Sound in Picture!
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