Jac Jagaciak shot by Joachim Johnson for Marfa Journal Issue made me think about the movie La Vie D'adèle (2013). Maybe it is the indefinable color of her hair. Or the sensuality that's been captured in the photos.
I coupled up the shoot with some Current Elliot lookbook photography.
What do you think about it?
How do you feel now?
1, 2, 5, 6, 7: Jac Jagaciak shot by Joachim Johnson for Marfa Journal Issue #2
Once upon a time there was a Wednesday morning at Dutch artist Irmgard Lamers atelier. I teamed up with Dorith van Weeren (model) Martijn Bronswijk (photographer) and Bibi La Visa (make-up and hair artist). I've wanted to create a girly art student look. Like she wakes up in her atelier after a long night of working and wants to finish her painting for art class.
Some days you plan a perfect photoshoot with an amazing team, great location, everything seems to be prepared, but at the end it just needed that extra spark you only get when you let go on the results. And than you have those days the moment is just there in front of you and you have to grab it. You did not search for it but it finds you..
I think that is what happened in this photo I made just in my own house.
I'm really curious what you think about it. Is it art or is it too nude?
While the whole world was watching the world cup of football there was something going on in another really quiet world where I had this shoot today. Photographer Johan van Eeken asked me to stand up as a model in his shoot at this beautiful lake. And of cours I did not hesitate.. Really beautiful and epic shoot on a great location with a really professional team. Can't wait to see the pictures.