The artist, photographer and director Iris Brosch, lives between New York and Paris.
Her photographic style has been described as "Miuccia Prada meets Leonardo da Vinci". Brosch's unique celebration of female sensuality moves in fresh directions through her ability to rework timeless classicism with a thoroughly modern twist. She likes to shoot groups giving a poetic touch with an exquisite set and a young fresh casting.
"I think that a photographer's technical ability is important, but the vision is more important."
Her fashion and portrait photographs have been published in Italian Vogue, German Marie Claire and many other magazines. She has also photographed advertising campaigns for Hugo Boss, Pantene, Tommy Hilfiger, Maybelline, Virgin records, Campari, Renault and many others.
Featured here are photos from some of her last projects: the shooting in Barbados for M&S swimwear magazine, the new collections of various American designers for FHM magazine and also a few photos for British Marie Claire in Miami.
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