This is the 2nd edition of my 11x13in over-sized hardcover fashion book; now 180 full bleed pages of editorial stories.
WINNER - 1ST RUNNER-UP PHOTOGRAPHY.BOOK.NOW 2009 COMMERCIAL COMPETITION
Note: A new free ebook is available of a few selected works. Check my public books for listings.
It is sectioned into 18 separate photo series that comprise my favorite stories from my creative catalog work with Susana Monaco, several magazine editorials, and my London art exhibition with Vault49. It also includes my winning entries in the 2008 & 2009 International Photography Awards, Black and White Spider Awards (London) and the Prix de la Photographie Paris Awards.
Please check out the Book Preview a large selection of images from throughout the book. Many of the stories are photographed in studio with strong lighting that compliments the fashion surrounding it. Beautiful models from the best New York agencies fill the pages. The print quality is exceptional, with most stories being photographed in H3D Hasselblad with a massive 39 megapixels.
Please email me personally with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org. New York purchasers may set up a personal book signing at no extra fee.
Michael Creagh is a New York fashion photographer. His award winning journey began as a vagabond’s life in France & Italy: just photographing everything. In London, he began shooting portraits, in New York, fashion. His photos have appeared for Vogue Italia.com, Vogue India, Elle, Elle.com, W, MTV, Ecko, Microsoft, Samsung, Sony Music, Warner Bros Music, McDonalds, Disney, Cacharel, Susana Monaco, Prabal gurung, Club Monaco, Maxim.com and FHM.com Michael has been recognized by many international juries and press; including 1st Runner-Up in Blurb's Photography.Book.Now 2009 Competition, Hasselblad Masters Finalist, International Photo Awards in NYC 2008 & 2009, Black and White Awards in London 2008, and Prix de la Photographie Awards in Paris 2008. Michael has received worldwide press and his10 page cover story and interview in The May 2009 edition of Digital PhotoPro Magazine could be found on nearly every magazine stand in America.