VOGUE MEXICO|LATAM
Amber ValLetta
03.2020
COVERS + INTERVIEW STORY

Styling: Elissa Santissi
Make up:
Pati Dubroff
Hair:
Teddy Charles










VOGUE GERMANY
Beautiful By Nature                      
04.2020


Beauty 

Styling: Nicola Knels 
Make up: Lili Choi
Hair: Vi Sapyyapy
Nails:
Laura Forget
 


ART WORK
Sodalis Pectoris
09.2020
UPCOMING* EXHIBITION + BOOK 

This is an ungoing art project  #TheTitShow 

As a woman and an artist, I have been reflecting on the
essence of femininity, the strength in being vulnerable and
the vulnerability of being strong.
I find this question timely as we are at a turning point
when women's roles, which were set and defined
for many years are now being redrawn.

This new body of work takes on the exploration of a woman's breast.
A subject of fascination for centuries, that I want to reinstate it
in its place of higher symbolism of the sacred feminine,
by creating these unique large scale images,
the larger than life symbolic representations of
the feminine power.

 

VOGUE GERMANY
ADWOA ABOAH FOR DIOR                     
03.2020



COVERSTORY

Styling: Nicola Knels 
Make up: Georgina Graham
Nails: Pebbles
 


ART work
SASKIA DE BRAUW
06.2012
EXHIBITION ‘WOMEN, AN INTRODUCTION...’

a selective spin off from  my always growing
project on women, and the first time exhibiting
personal work. 

EXPLORING the powerful, and delicate,
balance  between MY own reflections and fantasies
as a woman, and how to find within each photograph,
the understanding and essence of the woman involved.

leading to intimate and iconic visuals of women.

SHOWCASED in london and amsterdam.


 





PROJECT 
BEDFORD/BROADWAY
04.2020

‘on pause’, NEW YORK

New york is on pause, due to the pandemic that is raging over the world. Sitting tight, at home,  most of us, often at times suddenly being able to look out of our windows on different times, and perhaps a bit longer.
So was I, looking out over the crossing of BEDFORD AND BROADWAY.

the streets are quiet for new york standards, but not quite all empty.  The hassidic community marched in a distanced -but tight together- rythm along Bedford. I realised I  was a observing an unique somewhat poetic ‘isolated’ manifestation.

alongside, while doing my daily walk, I’m noticing every day more and more plastic gloves and masks dumped on the pavement. Apart from being somewhat thrown off by the actual act. I also realised, I have been since forever photographing decay on the streets. I have images of lost gloves of over 10 years back, I can never resist. They register beautiful gestures, shapes, and behavior. There is always a lost story behind it. Now too.

finding new stories within.