The Seven Deadly Sins are able to depict multiple nuances of human fascinations, a sort of primary colour chart useful to combine a rich chromatic palette.
Marco Fazio and mjfstudio show here one of the seven sets used to depict the human comedy. Their stylistic research is used as an interpretation register, which is not intended as restraint to experimentation… Quite opposite, it is a challenge! Personal interpretation is often a perfidious terrain, a mermaid seducing the artist...
This book illustrates the whole production process from initial sketches, set construction and computer generated images to behind the scenes and set pictures, and including a foreword and testimonials by the team members. It is definitely a deep and intriguing look inside a complex fashion/fine art photo shoot.
Every income from the sales of this book and eBook will
be donated to the humanitarian organisation Give a Future
“Portraying the world with my camera means to me to explore the intersection between everyday life and theatrical hyper-reality”. [Marco Fazio, MArch (hons), ARB, LBIPP] Born and raised in Tuscany, Marco has more than 16 years of professional experience in architecture, interior and lighting design. During this time, he founded an award-winning architectural studio in Arezzo where he managed a multi- disciplinary design team. This is where Marco fell in love with the idea of merging architecture, design and fashion from the perspective of the photographer. In London since 2008, he has made this idea flourish into mjfstudio, a photographic bureau with a vision that will always remain connected to Marco’s roots as an architect. Marco is a Licentiate Photographer of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP) and a Chartered Architect of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).