Nathaniel Solis brings “Sartorial”
As a part of Nathaniel Solis’ “Sartorial” project dedicated to spotlight gentleman style in urban city, the model Alex Alpert was brought into Art 2 stage was a series of clean, dandy shots.
Let us share a short bio about Nathaniel:
“Nathaniel Solis is a self-taught photographer based in Los Angeles, who focuses on portraiture, wedding, and sports photography. Currently he works as a contributing photographer for the Los Angeles Ballet. In the past, Nathaniel was a Photo Intern for the Seattle Weekly, as well as a Photojournalist for the University of Washington’s student newspaper, The Daily. When he’s not taking photos, Nathaniel enjoys watching football with his family, a night at the ballet, and traveling.
Nathaniel graduated from the UW with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, but has spent several years behind the camera. Much of his work is influenced by an extensive background in ballet and features beautiful dancers from around the world.
You can find his published images in the Seattle Weekly, The Daily UW, Seattle Magazine, POINTE magazine, ET Online, US Weekly, InStyle, People, E!, and Erik Aschengreen’s, Dancing Across the Atlantic.”
Art 2, one of our clients’ most favorite stages, features a full rustic wood floor, as well as a platform that runs the entire length of the studio’s south side – flush with the windows. There is a wood staircase leading up to the platforms left side. The flooring is real wood throughout, and stained to a nice dark tone. Art 2 also features the same great equipment that adorns all of our studios – black, white, and gray photo backdrops as well as three strobes along with light modifiers. Take a look at Art 2 on our website for availability as well as rates.
by Wrong Ron