By: Seamus Fay
It comes as no secret by now that Stefan Kohli is one of Graduation Music’s favorite photographers. His personal style and knack for portraying personality with unrivaled accuracy is nothing to look past, and in each successive photo series we receive from Kohli, we are able to see immense growth in his artistic vision. Today, the rising talent is back on our pages to unveil the New York City installment of his famed ‘100 HOURS’ Series.
Featuring images of some of today’s most popular acts such as Amine, Khalid, and Cousin Stizz, among others, the latest set of photos from Kohli may just be one of my personal favorites as of yet. The way that ‘100 HOURS’ NYC captures the unique energy of the city by looking to charismatic frames is wonderfully captivating in regards to both visuals and feeling, and I must say, Kohli truly snapped on this one. But don’t take my word for it, be sure to check out his latest offering for yourself below, courtesy of Milk.
100 HOURS – NYC
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By: Seamus Fay
I was first put on to Senpai Quincy by way of Lonny X, a fellow Connecticut representative currently putting on for his home state with a barrage of infectious music. Quincy’s ethereal photography style immediately struck me as both unique and eccentric in the way it paints subjects with bright lighting and airy personality, and from there I had no choice but to follow his social media in hope of learning more about this curious young talent.
The purpose of this article is to do nothing but shed light on Quincy’s skills. I don’t feel that I know enough about Connecticut’s creative scene at the moment, but with standout photography to document the history going down in CT right now, I’m sure that will change. You can check out some of my personal favorite pictures from Senpai Quincy below. Be sure to follow him on social media at the following links.
By: Seamus Fay
Boston photographer Daniel Kreytak, also known as @troublshooting, is here to bless our pages with the unveiling of his official website – a marvelous collection of photos of a seemingly endless number of all your favorite stars from the Pope to the Based God himself. Taking to Twitter to speak on the journey that brought him here, Kreytak wrote:
I bought my camera two years ago and it’s taught me so many lessons. Most importantly, you can do anything you want to do! And even though it’s taken me so many places, the best moments have been at home.
The Troublshooting story has been one of hometown pride since its humble beginnings, and I can’t wait to watch one of the city’s finest photographers continue to grow and bless the world with his remarkable talent. Click the link below to visit the site.
Thank you, Dan, for all that you do in documenting such a unique culture. Boston appreciates the love you show and the work you put in. Godspeed.