I’m featuring some of the photographers I discovered at Review LA. Today’s posts are Damion Berger and Lou Raizin.
It was a pleasure meeting and discussing photography with Damion Berger between portfolio reviews. He’s a charming Londoner, living in New York, who spends a fair amount of time underwater and in rarefied circles. Damion has two bodies of work, The Deep End and RSVP. He started his photographic education as the assistant to Helmut Newton and lived in Monaco, later receiving a BFA in photography from Parsons in New York. The work feels fun and fresh, yet timeless and elegant.
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