New York based photographer duo is currently looking for an experienced, full-time studio manager. The person in this role will manage the photo studio staff and workflow. The ideal candidate is someone who is technically savvy, has been a photographer, or has managed a high volume photo studio, with a proven ability to optimize photography production and manage both an in-house and external team of associates. The manager should have a sophisticated aesthetic sense and be comfortable overseeing fashion photography and production to fruition and conclusion. They’ll be joining a team that prides itself on the excellence of everything they do, which respects and protects the integrity of the clients they work with, and has passion about everything that they do. This position reports directly to the photographers themselves.
Stevie Stewart - one half of influential 1980s fashion label BodyMap, talks to Off Black Magazine alongside her design partner David Holah about what it meant to be at the forefront the London Fashion Scene.
"A central part of the Blitz Kids with their community of contemporaries like Leigh Bowery, Boy George, Princess Julia and Michael Clark modeling in their unconventional shows, BodyMap’s infectious energy was responsible for the renaissance of Swinging London in the 80s, what Mary Quant was to the 60s. Exactly opposite on the zodiac, David and Stevie complement each other and still remain friends and collaborators today."
Earlier in the year i-D Magazine approached Tina Outen with the idea to commission a series of hair tutorials unlike any other. It seemed natural for the two to draw on their shared punk roots and so joining forces Tina Outen and i-D Magazine present the series Hair i-DIY with Tina Outen.
Starting with Tina’s distinctive eye for styling & colour, the i-D archive, London and its sub-cultures, Tina devised her top three inspired looks and demonstrating that today’s trends are often a hybrid of styles Tina shows her hair hybrids in the form of Rockstar Rudegirl, Pretty Punk & Surfer Grunge. Tina’s Rudegirl has a polished, modern, rockstar finish, her punk has a pretty Harajuku twist and her grunge girl is healthy and surf inspired.
Keeping the styles fit for i-DIY Tina uses colouring methords and styling products that can typiclly be found or made at home. In each episode Tina shows how to re-create the style, how to make your own products and how to colour hair using household items such as beetroot, food colouring and fabric dye!
Click through to see each episode:
Art Directed by Streeters.