Feature ran for Nakid Magazine's 'Artists to watch'
Excerpt includes: '“Always wear your gas mask” is a series of images that involve a mishmash of dark sultry poses that he shot of Paris based model, Lorelle (The Face Paris Management), contrasted with bright pop digital illustrations. The use of gas masks was inspired by the paranoia of chemical warfare during World War 2 that led to the distribution of posters and fliers with photos of women and children in gas masks and the words “always carry your gas mask”. Eventually chemical warfare didn’t happen and gas masks were never to be needed.'
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