Fashion photography is not [only] the ability to take pictures of clothes. It is all about feeling, sensations and the art of show a designer's dream.
More precisely, it is not to show, while it is rather to engage the viewer’s senses and let him/her perceive that dream, using allusions and symbols, sometimes mysterious and enigmatic.
Like a beautiful painting or a complex piece of music, the fashion photograph has to reveal its contents one layer at a time, from the first appearance to the inner significance.
Our top-of-the-line workshops are made for this; to imagine and build together with all the participants a thought-provoking [fashion] story.
From concept to completion, we will develop with you the whole theme, mood and style.
Using location, props, garments and everything available, we will brainstorm, gather inspirations and go through all the processes of pre-production, model casting, set design, lighting and acting technicalities.
What is more important, each and every one of you will have the opportunity to shoot and tell your [fashion] story...
Marco Joe Fazio, photographer
MArch (hons), ARB, FBIPP
Born and raised in Tuscany, Italy, Marco worked in architecture, interior and lighting design for more than 18 years, while training and practising in photography as well.
Moved permanently to London in 2008, former Chartered Architect of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), in 2012 he became Licentiate Photographer of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP). After years of passionate dedication, hard work and several professional achievements, in 2016 Marco has been awarded the Fellowship certification (FBIPP) and have won the Peter Grugeon Award for the Best Fellowship of the Year.
One of his workshops – how to cook a [fashion] recipe – is also part of a series of photographic courses that the BIPP is organising in various regions of the UK.
Whether working for Habitat & Hospitality or Fashion & Beauty industries, his Space + Style concept merges several creative disciplines with the inherent complexity of the human nature, introducing a powerful sense of theatricality and an engaging narrative to his images.
On our workshops, Marco is flanked by other professionals and lecturers – most of them are a permanent part of his working team – who will explain the various aspects of their specific disciplines, whether they are fashion styling, set design, makeup, hairstyle, etc.
Work with Us!
We are enlisting fashion stylists, set stylists, make-up artists and hair stylists who will do their magic on set and will also be keen to talk to the students about their professional experience.
If you would like to work with us, please drop us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org