"They/Them" is a series that explores the vibrancy and complexity of identity. The blue coat is a subtle nod towards the blue stripe in the rainbow flag symbolizing art — designed by Gilbert Baker for the 1978 San Francisco Gay Freedom Celebration. Blue also symbolizes open spaces, freedom, intuition, imagination, inspiration, and sensitivity; all things intertwined with identity. The floral arrangement represents growth and the beauty of blossoming into whoever one may choose to be. These photos invite the viewer into a space of contemplation, providing room for thought on how they choose to identify, pronoun, and love themselves including others.
Photos In Use — Spec/Mockup Work
For this set, I wanted to explore what the images would look like in a Loewe wild posting series campaign. The photos fit within the Spanish brand's poetic and emotive visual aesthetic.
Creative Direction, Lighting & Photography: Mark Baker-Sanchez
Wardrobe & Floral Stylist: Tauri Partin​​​​​​​
Studio: FLOCC
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