Jimmy Marble is an artist and art director based in Los Angeles who creates playful shots in bright and vibrant colors, characterized by a very original composition. Specializing in fashion photography, the artist tries to get out of pre-established patterns and does so using unusual geometrical frames, which look like a game of visual references. The vintage patina to which Jimmy refers is probably from the 60s and is readapted into a contemporary key.
The woman is represented as a fresh and innocent girl, even when the subject is no longer a teenager, but a woman. It may seem that the artist has made a path that is apparently far from photography, after studying letters a Washington begins to deal with screenwriting and is passionate about the visual construction of a story.
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