We are very pleased to welcome talented American ballet dancer Alexander to our books.
Cat blew into the studio yesterday and impressed us with her history of unusual jobs, and her fantastic sense of humour.
To book Cat, or make an enquiry, email Jasmine at email@example.com
Fantastic Takushi is charming and an incredibly talented soprano singer. We are so happy to have him back in studio to refresh his images.
We are so happy to have Julius W back into the studio showing of his talents. Show business is in his family and in his blood, and he is an exceptional talent. Once the camera is out, it’s showtime, and you better keep up.
Welcome to Brazilian beauty Natasha. Talented and striking, she holds inside her a sense of regalness.
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We are looking for more Women to join moreHuman. If you are talented or love to play up in front of the camera, have talent you’d like to share, please get in contact.
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Pictured is the beautiful and talented dancer, Debora G.
When thinking about “more human”, Peters' first thought, as a musician, is the crowds that go to see live shows. The audience is there to experience something they cannot find on a recording or in their daily lives. They are looking for something more human, something special, an interaction, a connection to the the performers on stage.
"What crowds are waiting for is something that's not the same thing everyday, they want this experience to be something special. And when something happens on stage that is human, that is a little special, when they interact together, say to improvise, you can see the whole thing come alive".
We were lucky enough to have the talented Valentin visit us at the moreHuman studio twice, and both times we were charmed. We spoke about the concept of being "more human", and found that for Valentin it was simple, common sense, decency; "When someone takes the time to be nice, to be gentle, really get to know someone, fully acknowledge there is a human in front of you, not just a face or a function".
We also talked about inspiration and the drive to be an artist;
"It has a lot to do with communication, I started (dancing) at 4, I was a shy kid, I didn't want to talk to anyone, especially strangers, and dance was an alternative language, where somehow I was able to express myself. It's the same with film making. I like the communication behind it. Telling something. My way of sharing my peace. All art really is. It's just non verbal language that we learn and hopefully communicate through. Thats what musicians do, that's what composers do, that's what painters and sculptors do, they want to tell something. It can as abstract as a fragment of a feeling, there's something there to be grasped."
We are so very grateful for the fantastic year that was 2017. We met and photographed some truly amazing people, and had many opportunities to place our special characters in the commercial projects of important brands.
Yesterday we had our final photo shoot of 2017 with the gorgeous young dancer, Kyle. It was a fun and perfect way to close this chapter of moreHuman, so we may prepare for the big projects and ideas we have ahead of us.
So thank you to all!
We will still be posting about our progress, and more of our great models, so you will be able to stay up to date.
Have a great Christmas all, no matter how you celebrate, appreciate the special characters in your life, and we will see you all again soon!