Kayta, Stade Nautique Ranier III, Monaco
(c) Damion Berger/All rights reserved

Hula Hoops, Le Roccabella, Monaco (c) Damion Berger/All rights reserved

The human body submerged underwater and illuminated by an ever-changing quality of light provide all the elements for a playful ballet seemingly detached from gravity

In 1995, Londoner DAMION BERGER was offered an assistant position with Helmut Newton while he was still at boarding school in England, a turning point in his life. Assisting both Mr. Newton and moonlighting as a student of Business at the International University of Monaco, eventually led him to New York to study Photography at Parsons School of Design. His work has been featured in PDN, American Photo, Hotshoe, B & W Magazine, The Sunday New York Times and the British Journal of Photography. Editioned Gelatin Silver prints are on view at Bonni Benrubi Gallery, 41 East 57th Street, NYC. Damion Berger was one of 100 photographers invited to participate in Review Santa Fe 2009.
Damion Berger Website
Bonni Benrubi Gallery: Hot Fun In The Summer Time to September 5th

1 comment:

Italo said...

Wonderful, amazing B&W photos!