George KarabinisPhotographer Male New York, New York, US
My Website: about.My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/georgekarabinis
Mayhem # 2759789
About MeHey y'all!
My photographic journey started in Athens/ Greece about 8 years ago where I've been professionally involved with Models, actors, artists and performers. I met many people and I made lots of friends who helped me network all over Europe where I helped in a variety of productions. Fast forward to 2012 I'm landing to New York city to slay my dragons and build my dreams.
I'm interested in film photography and I'd like to expand my portfolio by shooting more lifestyle, beauty, documentary, art nude and portraiture photographs.
Currently I'm working with a broad selection of color and B&W film such as: 35mm (Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Porta 400, Kodak Tri X 400) 127mm (ReraPan 100) as well as Instant film such as: fujifilm instax wide and the Polaroid Impossible series.
I should not geek about cameras so I'll just leave an equipment list.
Fujifilm 210, Polaroid 600, Sun600, OneStep
Minolta SRT101, Nikon F, Zenit ET
Kodak Brownie Fiesta (the cutest camera you'll ever see)
If you are, a model, performer or a creatively driven person with a good skill set of expressions and moves or just a hopeless romantic about film photography I'd like you to drop me a line, tell me a bit about that you do and we take it from there.
I love to meet people and create solid connections with them, my network exists in the analog space as I'm slowly but systematically taking over social media platforms.
I would be more than willing to compensate you in monetary value if you posses the required skills.
TFP (Time For Print) is available for my personal projects and mutually beneficial projects, such as: media and social media exposure, tear sheets, exhibitions and art projects.
If you wish to hire me, get in touch through my website by using the promocode: Mayhem30 for a 30% off my listed rates.
Smile your way through life,
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