Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2012
Christopher Kilkus, Los Angeles-based celebrity and fashion photographer, has had his work featured in most well-known fashion magazines and his photos appear on billboards from New York to Tokyo. His latest venture will highlight the history and latest trends in fashion photography on a new website: http://www.christopherkilkus.com.
“The confluence of digital media and photography has always fascinated me,” says Christopher Kilkus, “we have the amazing opportunity to share our work with an audience from every corner of the earth and they get to share the work with their friends, fans and followers.”
Christopher Kilkus already has a very popular portfolio website that highlights some of his best work for his clients and his blog is widely followed by many industry professionals.
“Deep down we are all artists in the photography world no matter how commercial our work is,” says Chris Kilkus “so having the opportunity to push the creativity is really satisfying.”
Christopher Kilkus has been compared to other well-known fashion and celebrity photographers like Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Horst P. Horst, William Klein, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray, and Louise Dahl Wolfe.
Christopher Kilkus is sought out by leading fashion designers and magazine editors around the world and has worked for leading international brands such as BCBG Max Azria, Herve Leger, Forever 21, bebe, Macy's, GAP, Banana Republic, Wet Seal, Arden B., Jockey International, Skechers, Fox Girls, Billabong, Sony Music, Island Def Jam, Interscope Records, Vogue Magazine, Marie Claire Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, Interview Magazine, Maxim Magazine, Surface Magazine, Teen Magazine, and many others.
“Chris Kilkus is one of the most talented commercial photographers in the business,” according to a prominent photography collector in New York City “he is able to capture unique moments and dramatic settings that others frequently miss and that is why models and companies keep coming back to him year after year. There are very few in his league.”