My name is Lia Grosse, 20 years old and muse in today’s overpowering world. I chose art as my positive outlook on life, as my way of expression and as self- staging on a daily. I paint, organize small exhibitions and enjoy the development I’m going through. Modeling creates a new perspective on art. The quantity of roles you play associated with emotions and gesture, fashion and lifestyle, as well as history and surrealism all captured in interesting Photos. I‘m looking forward to expand my sense for art until this Life is lived, but for now let’s just enjoy the moment! Xoxo
This series featuring model Alexandra Thompson and shot by talented photographer Maxwell Swift in San Francisco, California. This indoors series was shot in a friend’s bedroom and bath featuring 17th century French furnishings.
It’s been ages since Francisco had seen Amy. So what’s better than to catch up with a photoshoot? With a great use of an Airbnb bathroom, they were able to make magic. Of course, they were able to catch up on old times.
Red Triangle was a biggest factory for rubber shoes in Soviet Union. The factory is no more, but the place is alive. They came to the abandoned loft to shoot Alexandra and pay tribute to red colour and triangles.
photographer: Andy Go / U.K.
location: St. Petersburg / Russia
David is traveling in Europe from Australia for 8 weeks vacation after a very busy year. His plans are to just do a few shoots in some of the cities he visit and only using the one film camera he has taken with him. First stop was Paris, Linda Ambrosia had contacted David a few months ago so they got together to shoot for a couple of hours, super casual with no real plans. They just made great use of the super cute hotel room.
David Kirscher, a wild french photographer based in Paris and Madrid did that set with his team Anouk Haif (hair and makeup), Camille Roucher (styling) in a cozy flat in the center of Paris. Enjoy the story.
Maria and Chrissi met each other one of the last summery evenings in August. Hiding in the tall green grass, laying in dried up fields, walking between groups of trees they tried to catch this magical light before the sun disappeared and the sky turned purple. The designs the sun casted on the skin only lasted for moments but fortunately forever on these photos.