Its not often that we get to write about a photographer that has caught our eye but today is one of those days. Fashion Photographer Kyle Galvin recently had his work showcased in the British Journal of photography as part of their projects section. Since graduating from London College of Fashion in BA Fashion Photography Kyle has shot for clients such as Pigeons and Peacocks, Atlas Magazine,Papercut and Noctis magazine.
Kyles work is simple clean and structured, in the British Journal of Photography he discusses how his style is influenced by film and also of feeling. The tension between the photographer and model in the photography studio is captured and used to create his photographs. It's always fascinating to see how each photographer will approach the studio setting. A white coved photographic studio can sometimes be like the unmarked piece of paper in the front of a new journal. How will you make that first mark, take that first picture, make a strong edit? Kyle seems to have an approach that is methodical, considered and steady. We look forward to seeing him at the studio to shoot future campaigns in the photographic studio, check out more of his work on his website here www.kylegalvin.com