Adrià Cañameras is a Barcelonian (it’s a thing!) with a typically cool French heritage. Currently in his early twenties he spends his days taking tremendously stunning photographs in the Spanish sunshine, and probably sipping the odd sangria as he goes about it.
Photographing Balearic film director Agustí Villaronga back in 2011 with the sort of uncomfortable yet telling starkness that few portrait photographers manage to achieve, his talent, and his effortless cool for that matter (after all who doesn’t want to be French AND ridiculously great at photography?), is undeniable.
But don’t just take our word for it, with ultra cool Spanish Vice, Dazed and Confused and Rolling Stone all having featured Adrià’s photographs it looks as if we’re not the only ones he makes swoon.
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