dubai photographers | aramanstudio
The UAE pavilion created a huge buzz as soon as it opened at this year’s Expo Milano on May 1. Luckily, Inigo Bujedo Aguirre, renowned and internationally published photographer who is represented in the Middle East by aramanstudio in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Egypt, Lebanon, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, was there not only to witness this honourable event, but to also document it through his amazing photos. Read more…
Dress by Yasmin Mansour
In lieu with one of Qatar’s most important cultural milestone, aramanstudio takes pride in shooting at the newly opened Fire Station Artist in Residence, an art hub accessible for everyone that opened March this year in Doha, Qatar. The gallery welcomes painters, multimedia artists, sculptors, and the likes to showcase and be part of this incredible spot.
During The Doha Fire Station’s opening this year, Sheikha Al Mayassa bin Hamad Al Thani, chairperson of Qatar Museums, attended whilst praising the art space’s cultural importance. And while the whole structure of the old fire station was maintained, the interiors are modernized and artistically turned into something more beautiful than it was.
Once upon a time, in a far away galaxy, there sat an Egyptian actress and star named Nelly Karim who wished to ride a Ferris wheel overlooking the entire kingdom.
But how is that possible? She lived in the woods with no means to go to the kingdom more so hop on a Ferris wheel.
Kill Bill with a Kar Wai Wong twist – produced by astudio, shot by Dubai Fashion Photographer Toufic Araman
What do you get when you combine the melodramatic lighting and cinematography of In The Mood for Love with the feisty action scenes of Kill Bill?
You get Dubai fashion photographer, Toufic Araman’s latest fashion shoot genius exploring the vivid contrast of lights, darks and hues from In The Mood for Love at the same time setting an ambience for Tarantino’s characteristic play of emotions—from anger to hate to revenge to agony.
The images are the ripples of truth, emanating from a stone thrown into a deep, deep well of creativity.