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Australian photographer Daniela Federici has collaborated on various occasions with Debbie Harry, lead singer of the 1980s new wave band, Blondie. In this black and white series featuring the singer, Harry's features are surprising, as Federici captures her in what appears to be a moment of astonishment or unpredicted posing. The icon is presented mouth agape, with eyebrows lifted, as if announcing a grand exclamation.
This photograph has been printed at Nomad Media Industries in New York as indicated on the stamp on verso.
Daniela Federici is an Australian born photographer who has been living and working in New York for the past decade. After graduating from RMIT in Melbourne, Federici quickly developed a strong fascination for photography and filming.
In the 1990s, while shooting for worldwide magazines, such as Vogue and Mode, Federici was noticed by Paul Marciano, owner and art director responsible for the famous Guess Jeans campaign. Shot in New York, this campaign staging Anna Nicole Smith became one of fashions most infamous advertisements. This recognition led to instant success and launched Federici’s career as a fashion photographer combining cinema staging and exotic backgrounds.
Federici has collaborated with several magazines worldwide, as well as a variety of artists, such as Michael Douglas, Lenny Kravitz, Debbie Harry, and Prince. Furthermore, Federici has directed a large series of ad campaigns for luxury brands, such as BMW, Taj Hotels, La Perla among many others. She has now extended her expertise to a show entitled, Nomad Traveller, which follows her around the world as she travels to unusual locations for photo shoots and ad campaigns.
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