James Nachtwey

Editorial / 2013 / Paris
Commissioned by mono.kultur / Berlin

War photographer James Nachtwey is a legend in his own right: with over 30 years in the field, he has witnessed and captured most of the events that proved decisive in the course of recent history. From the famines in Africa to the dissolution of Eastern Europe, from 9/11 to the invasion of Iraq, from the ravages of Fukushima to the refugee crisis of today, Nachtwey has recorded the failures and tragedies of our time, in images that are neither easy to look at nor easy to forget.
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Svetlana Aleksijevitj

Editorial / 2016 / Berlin
Published by Aftenposten A-magasinet / Oslo

The first journalist to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2015, Svetlana Aleksijevitj ventures into the darkest corners of human nature in her work. The Belorussian investigative journalist spends her time mostly listening, constructing disturbing oral histories of dark moments in Soviet history, such as the Afghan war or the Chernobly disaster, from countless testimonies of witnesses and victims.
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senz A/W 2016 / Harbour

Press Photography / 2016 / Berlin
Commissioned by senz / Delft
Styling / Lia Gebremariam
Hair & Make Up / Julie Skok
Model / Lilli & David Peroz / Izaio

The latest collection by Dutch umbrella manufacturer senz is inspired by the romantic notions of the harbour: time and travel, windswept alleys smelling of salt and rain. The desire for new shores and experiences, for surrendering to the pull of the world.
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