Issue #4 is out now of QAMA Magazine. It’s an online magazine that is free although you might need a free registration to see it because of possible adult content. This is the third issue of the magazine that I’ve been a contributor and it’s possibly my most challenging work yet.
QAMA Roja isn’t a large volume but it’s all about the colour RED. My series, called “RED” is all about expressing the emotions that the colour Red embodies. Passion, lust, anger, love. The two models were fantastic to work with. Mr Revell has made his return to my lens after many years and the other model, known as Peaks and Cheeks on Instagram makes his debut in my photography. They’d never worked together but they were fearless in their approach as you can see.
Getting two models to do erotic work here in Sydney is challenging enough but when they are being asked to do it with someone else is even more difficult, especially when they haven’t met before. I will be releasing a pdf download of this series next week so be excited but be patient!
In exciting news I will be guest editing the next issue of QAMA and I’m looking for contributors. All art forms welcome as long as they can be included in a pdf. Writing, photography, drawing, painting, installation, whatever. The theme for Issue #5 of QAMA will be “Cliché” – a trite, stereotyped expression; a sentence or phrase, usually expressing a popular or common thought or idea, that has lost originality, ingenuity, and impact by long overuse, as sadder but wiser, or strong as an ox. What happens when you subvert that cliché? Can you pay homage to a stereotype while cutting it in half?