ANAMA Lookbook by Mathilde Bresson
Mathilda Bresson, a french fashion photographer has a unique and adventurous story of how her craftsmanship began:
“I was born and raised in France. As a child I was constantly creating art through paintings and drawings. Often times I would find myself daydreaming about shapes, colors and far away places. One day I picked up a camera and essentially fell in love. My friends and family joke that I can always be found behind the lens of a camera. I grew to love photography. I was able to convey my vision by the aid of a camera. I felt empowered.
At the age of 23, I packed up my camera and moved to Los Angeles. I have dedicated my life to photography, working for different fashion brands creating lookbooks/catalogs, lifestyle storytelling, launching fashion ad campaigns and producing magazine editorials.
Self taught and self made, I have honed in my skills and believe that they are now beautifully represented in my work. I enjoy working with natural light and movement in order to capture the magic of a single moment.
For me, being a photographer is a perpetual challenge, to create and present a variety of images, while in constant search of inspiration and new horizons.”
This session is an examplar of an extensive fashion portfolio that you can find on Mathilde’s WEBSITE. Take a look at her INSTAGRAM page for daily updates and to keep in touch with her mastery. The MODEL for the shoot was beautiful Riley Hillyer from fashion agency Photo[Genics. The MUA was Charlotte Prevel; make sure to check her WEBSITE and INSTAGRAM platform. And the STYLIST for of the session was Jordan Rudd.
Find out more about ANAMA clothing and their Holiday collection on their WEBSITE and INSTAGRAM.
Stage D was chosen as a creative space for this session. Working with both natural light and strobes this stage provides the best lighting solutions in any instance. With lots of space to encompass, stage D gives the opportunity for creating different diverse looks for photo and video projects. Towards the sunset the studio gets plenty of great, warm light through large south-west facing frosted windows. Have a look at our calendar for availability, prices and contacts on our WEBSITE.
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