The idea for this album came to me while I was working on a TV production and a foam scrap scenery was about to be thrown away. There were the negative pieces from architectural elements that were used on the set. As soon as I saw the scrap pieces I knew I wanted to use them and how I wanted to light them (light coming from behind in order to enhance their tri-dimensionality). So I took the home (a total of thirty pieces) and set them up in my living room. My goal was to get as many different looks as possible out of these same elements by doing color variations and disposition of these elements. I also wanted to have different models and vary the look of the set according to the models.
And for the last session I had the pleasure to have a couple, two Beacon based artists Ori Alon and Rachel Ray. We spent over two hours on this session. Here is a link to both Ori and Rachel art sites:
I hope you enjoy the album! Big thanks to all the models!
This is the setting in which these images were created, using five off-camera flashes, color gels, etc.