Tagged: studio space.

A lot of people ask me why I photograph so many women and not as many men. I don’t really know why. I guess it’s mostly because more women ask me to photograph them, so the ball started rolling that way and my portrait portfolio now mostly consists of female models.

But, recently, my photographer friend Chris Thorn asked me that question again, so I decided to have him at my studio and show him that I could photograph good looking dudes as well.

To my female followers, that one is for you…  ;o)

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  11:43 am, by briceferre 4  |  Comments

I flew back from Alberta late last night, and I have seen some crazy things in the past 3 days, some incredibly sad and some very fun and intense.

Yesterday, I spent 6 hours outside by -25 degrees, directing 20 people, 6 trucks and 2 trailers in front of a giant oil rig. And at some point the buttons of my camera started to freeze. My face was red last night too.

In the meantime, as I mentioned here a few days ago, during my latest studio shoot with August Wiled, there might have been another model.

Indeed, Ruffle Silkskin, a Vancouver burlesque dancer came by the studio as well.

I have a lot of very cool photos of her, but for now, as a teaser and transition between August’s shoot and hers, here is a photo of the 2 of them together.

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  03:10 pm, by briceferre 15  |  Comments

Well this is it Folks, I have officially moved in to a brand spanking new studio in Vancouver.

This project has been on the back burner for quite a while now, and it is finally time to crank things up a notch. In my previous little studio I could shoot one or 2 models at the time, now I can shoot about 20 models + a big truck (not that this kind of setup would ever happen, but if it does, I am ready for it…)

This new venture would not have been possible without my good friend Dina Goldstein, who put all this together. I couldn’t be happier and honored to be able to share the studio with her. You might know her from her internationally famous “Fallen Princesses” photo series. She also recently finished the spectacular “In the doll house” project.

Dina was the first photographer to get back to me when I reached out to people 4 years ago, fresh off the boat from France. And my Canadian career would definitely not have started that fast if it hadn’t been for her.

My first official shoot in the space is this week-end, I’m pretty excited to see what I can do with it.

Stay tuned for some new cool photos.

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  11:55 am, by briceferre 13  |  Comments