An Antholgy of the Male Form
by Trey Squire
About the Book
The human body is a temple. It is a work of art in the truest form, however celebrating it is often frowned upon. We've been condition to perceive the human body as a tool of sexual desire and nothing more. Temple is a platform to showcase the body in a tasteful and artistic manner. Also to celebrate the nature of the male form.
Atlanta based photographer and videographer, Trey Squire, recieved a Associate Degree in Communications in 2012 as well as Bachelors Degree in Film in the spring of 2015. With a passion in storytelling, he sets out to bring his visions to life through photography and cinemaphotography. Inspired by the greats before him, Squire sets out to create his own lane of art while paying homage to the greats that came before him. He is inspired by the purity and rawness of the human psyche. Forever a student to the world and people around him, Squire strives to bring those visuals to life, with no fear of tackling social issues, freedom of speech, or appreciation of the human form in its purist state. With publications in poetry, creative writing and photography under his belt, confining him to one form of expression isn't likely. Driven to be the inspiration for a new generation of artist, Squire simply wants to draw emotion from his audience when perceiving his work.