I can be reached via 347 886 5091
I was guest on The American Fashion Podcast, which just went online.
Might be interesting for people interested in the fashion industry, including runway etc.
"The right way to runway. Udor, veteran runway photographer, joins us to talk about New York Fashion Week. Charles hits the trade shows for Market Week and comes back with lots of new Made in USA brand names to talk about. Gretchen Harnick from Parsons talks about the online fashion education community she just launched. Charles and Udor talk about what should and should not happen on the runway. Lisa’s Ralph Rucci show review transports us to a poetic realm."
Episode 018 – The American Fashion Podcast
Shooting Runway: ADORAMAPRO- Interview with LAUNCH NYC House Photographer Udor
Editorial Lookbook for OGO NEW YORK
Since I am also a surrealistic painter, I'd like to refer you to the following thread if you are interested:
"The Images in my HEAD, that can't be photographed:", or you can click on the photo-link below and view my profile at ArtSlant.com:
"Have we met before?" by udor (2010), Drymedia on Bristol Board, 14x17 inches (Private Collection of George Horn)
Ad for a European campaign for Nanobionic. Model is Yanna Darillis, co-host of the opening and closing ceremony of the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece.
Editorial shoot for New York Girl Style at the Gansevoort hotel in Manhattan.
Maddy (Wilhelmina), from Ralph Rucci photoshoot for lookonline.com. Makeup/hair by Joseph Boggess
Here are some links of articles I have written:
ADVENTURE: NY Fashion Week
Shooting a fashion show
What's with the "What's with the [...]?" threads?
Modeling Success: RESEARCH
Why runway shows need tall models:
How to get (temporarily) rid of a TATTOO:
Short "High Fashion Runway" Models = "Haubbits"
Top Fashion Models with Tattoos - A Reality Check
Interview with udor
Personal: (will be updated later!)
September 11, 2001 - udor's Story & Photos
The following photo was nominated Photo of the Month - February by the World Body Painting Association (based in Austria). http://www.wbpa.info/engl_version/index_en.htm
Body Paint: Andy Golub MM#220841, Canvas provided by: Courtanie, Sarah jo, Aimiende and Sativa Verte
Promo Shoot for
Playboy Golf Model Sarah jo Lammers (MM#208006) and
Miss Hawaiian Tropic Connecticut Kimberly (MM#23982)
Promo shoot for the members of a NYC Hip Hop dance company Steffie and Saloua. MUA: Chris, Clothing: Apollo Braun.
Painting by Andy Golub, Photo by udor
Portfolio Shoot for Hungarian model Zoltan. Assistant: Suzanna
Portrait: Matt, cancer survivor, 10 months after chemotherapy
"The 28th International Model of the Year" contest, organized by Linden New Day Associates, the publisher of "Today's Black Woman", "Hype Hair", "Upscale Magazine", "Black Men's Magazine" and many more will be held on Sunday, April 29, 2007.
The event takes place at the Sheraton Hotel, Grand Ballroom, 515 Route 1, South Iselin, New Jersey. (30 min by Amtrak train from NYC, Metropark Station). Ph: 732.634.3600
Doors open at 5pm, tickets at the door $35.
The judges from the entertainment and fashion industry are:
Will Packer (producer of "Stomp the Yard")
Bern Nadette Stanis ("Thelma" of the CBS sitcom "Good Times")
Maurice Starr (producer of "Boys II Men", "New Edition", "New Kids on the Block")
Karen Domino-White (Designer, Gospel Singer and daughter of Fats Domino)
Linn Burnett (Associate Publisher "Hear & Soul Magazine")...
... and... udor (Runway and Fashion Photographer)
So, if anybody shows up to this event, please feel free to approach me!
All the best
Some of my thoughts:
"I am a photographer, as such, I create photos, and shoot anything from a lobster bisque to supermodels, from promo of rappers to document events. What I don't know, I learn and rise to the challenge."
"I like fashion photography, because it documents the taste of time."
I am a photojournalist, portraitist, fashion and runway photographer in New York City. I was born and raised in Germany and live in NYC since 1992.
As early as age 11/12, my interest in photography was awakened. As a 15 years old student, I did an internship at the photolab of the largest German television network ("ZDF", now the largest in Europe). Later, I worked in that lab part time and was heavily exposed to press photographers and photojournalists.
My first professional assignment ever was to cover the World Fair in Vancouver for a German stock and photo archive (out of business for years I presume), but my education and professional path took another direction, although photography, my true passion, always paralleled any other endeavor, until I finally took the step to live full time what I think I was created to do.
As a freelance photographer, I am working with different media outlets and companies, most in the fashion and entertainment industry.
Among others, I am the press photographer for BTE TV (Beauty Television and Entertainment), and on the production team as well as the house photographer for USA International Fashionshows and shoot regularly for FashionLedge.com and am the creative director and photographer for "New York Girl - Style & Beauty".
Fees for portfolio work for models and actors:
A packaged deal for models and actors is available. It includes multi hour, multi location and/or studio shoot (make up artist can be provided) for $750. Those shoots run usually 4 to 7 hours.
Financial arrangements can be made in certain circumstances. I will shoot for free if I like a project that is suggested to me.
If someone wants to utilize me for large scale commercial assignments, you can contact me directly, but the negotiations and booking will be handled by my manager/agent Marc Dlugoff, Esq.
I am also involved in the casting and production of various fashion shows, including the Champaign Fashion Brunch, Couture Fashionweek and other high fashion runway shows.
Feel free to inquire about those runway opportunities!
However you should be at least 5'8" and fit into dress sizes 0-4 to be considered. (Swimwear can be size 6)
If you inquired for a fashionshow, were accepted, scheduled and confirmed, yet you don't show up without notification. You don't need to bother asking for another chance, unless you had a VERY good reason!
A no-show at a fashionshow causes logistic problems, so, be professional!