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Clément Pascal: Studio Visit Landon Metz

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French photographer Clément Pascal shows how studio visits could and should be shot

We love coming across creatives who explore their chosen artistic medium in a variety of ways and New York based photographer Clément Pascal is a real inspiration in that regard. Born as his biography tells us " in Paris, in the glorious ‘80s when graffiti was in its prime" Clement’s photographic career began in Dakar and he has also worked in Cairo before settling in The Big Apple. His portfolio includes portraits, reportage and fashion work but I am particularly drawn to his Studio Visits. Clément has that enviable ability to document artists like Landon Metz and Evan Robarts in a way that captures the crucial triumvirate of personality, process and finished products – ignoring or missing any part of this trio can really compromise this kind of project as Clément clearly understands.

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Clément Pascal: Studio Visit Evan Robarts

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Clément Pascal: Studio Visit Evan Robarts