Young French fashion photographer Alexandre Brunet got his first camera when he was eight, and hasn’t stopped shooting since. Having studied photography for three years, he decided to step in to the wonderful world of fashion photography less than a year ago. His inspirations vary from social photojournalism by Martin Parr, or more personal works by Nan Goldin, to portraits by Richard Avedon, or offbeat fashion stories by Guy Bourdin, Terry Richardson, Juergen Teller and Katja Rahlwes. His work has been featured in magazines such as WAD and Dedicate Magazine, and I have a feeling we’ll see alot more of his work in the future.
Here’s some of it:
See more of his work here.