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14-11-13 | DANI AMADOR & SACV

A Preview In Pieces (Digital Collage), December 2, 2013 2:17 a.m.

Finally getting around to working on some long awaited imagery. Excited for this set, you guys are in for a visual treat. 

The Kaleidoscope Vision online shop is live!! I had the amazing opportunity to be taken in as a photographer for this boutique and shoot everything for their website, including putting together a shrine-chic collage portrait to boot! it feels so amazing to see it all on their site! It’s been two months of hard, colorful work and I feel truly blessed to get to work and collaborate with such inspiring, hardworking, and always sartorially on point women! Did I mention they are nice too? Excited about the future ahead!


Zara | Dear Seattle, February 2014

A couple months back in February, I got asked to do a video for Zara that captured the essence of Seattle and also covered their “Dear Seattle” opening party. Getting to meet and work with their marketing team was a treat, but even greater was the day me and my dad both played hooky from work so that he could help me get shots around the city. I think my favorite part was when it was freezing and I was getting my last shot from Kerry Park, and my dad tells me “I never knew this could be so fun. What you do is pretty cool.” 

Favour, "After Hours" editorial, Creem Magazine online, January 21, 2014

Got a new editorial out for Creem Magazine online! It was all shot at night and this was one of the last shots we took at 3 a.m. One of my favorites, Favour is stunning. 

The Magic Of The Magic Wand: An Idea I Have Had For A Very Long Time But Seems To Have Been Perfectly Executed At 1:31 a.m. On January 23, 2013.

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Last night I had one of those foolish nights of losing sleep, holding bad posture and staring at the screen for much too long but the ideas just kept coming and I was beside myself. Now, to explore and refine. Always.

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Every time I can’t sleep, I find myself sifting through my photos from Iran, juxtaposing and pairing an image with what may seem like its destined visual partner. Although it may be a bizarre mix, for some reason, something unspoken about it fits or at the very least in its temporary state of brainstorm creates a departure point that seems exciting at this unreal hour of being awake. I think this process, to me, is the epitome of what Seeing A Camera Vomit means.

Ishmael, Stasia, The Crowd // Shabazz Palaces + THEESatisfaction, Neptune Theater, December 28, 2012.