At first glance, the viewer may believe he is seeing a solid sculpture in the landscape. In reality, the image captures a fabric form in ‘mid-flight’. The sculpture exists for a split second in time; once photographed, it is otherwise lost forever, never to be re-created. I first produced this series in a studio environment. The permanence of this environment contrasted starkly against the transience of the moving forms. To create a greater sense of harmony, the images were shot within the natural environment.
To produce these still images and motion visuals, I had 1,000 Nike ticks made. No cgi has been used.
Final images printed 4 meters x 4 meters
I have won Gold in the Paris Photo Prize competition 2017 (PX3) in the Professional Advertising Product catalogue.
With this sereis of images produced for Sneakers Magazine and Adidas
With lots of my photos on the cover and inside
My images have been used for the New Catrice Spring/Summer campaign 2017 (the background image).