Photographer Thomas Synnamon just released photos from a new shoot he did recently with Jack Mackenroth.
Thomas is an emerging New York-based photographer with a passion for simple, yet bold, photography. Inspired by some of the greats, such as Richard Avedon, Robert Mapplethorpe, Paolo Roversi, and Steven Klein, Thomas Synnamon challenges himself to let his imagination prevail in the balance between creativity and technique.
His main work is fitness and fashion, with a slightly edgy aspect. He enjoys experimenting with lighting to create some drama. A self-taught photographer, Thomas approaches every project with the same objective: to create something beautiful.
"With Jack, I wanted to create a sexy vintage look with him as the classic male. The photos are subtle and simple, but hopefully emit a serene beauty," said Synnamon. Synnamon recently released his book, SLEEPLESS,
Jack Mackenroth has been a fashion and fitness model for over 15 years and mainly does photo shoots now just for fun. He enjoys being part of anything artistically expressive. "I've shot with Tommy before and we had a great time, and I feel completely at ease with him. I think the shots are stunning." Known best for appearing as a designer on Season 4 of Project Runway, Jack is currently co-producing a web series called The Queens of Drag: NYC (http://www.gay.com/queensofdragnyc/) which launches September 8th on Gay.com. He is covering New York Fashion Week for the LOGO network, and a commercial he shot earlier this year for "Healthy with HIV" was just nominated for a GLAAD Media Award.
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