Series scanned like photo novels, a main character, sometimes two, fluctuating between portrait and real life settings, in colors or in Black and White, to express the whole palette of feminities, from seduction games to the sensuality of dance, from old-style classicism to fetish shivers.
Hohenems, Vorarlberg, Austria
Interview with Andreas Ender
(Diese Interview ist auch auf Deutsch vorhanden)
What message(s) do you want to express through your work?
Photography is a passion I like to share. It enables me to be able to carry out and to transpose my ideas with fun, to put feelings on paper in a hundredth of a second.Which artists inspire you?, who are your masters?
Time are changing, as well as my ideals. The photographers who inspire me at present are Spencer Tunick, Peter Gorman, Roy Stuart, Tony Ward, Trevor Watson, Petter Hegre, Eric Kroll, Richard Kern… You can find a few of them linked from my website.What have you gained by being on the internet?
Not necessarily what I was expecting. However, some very interesting contacts which stimulate me and push me forward. It is always about good opinions and suggestions coming from the whole outside world.Did the internet enable you to meet new models, to find new exhibit places?
Rarely. But from time to time, special requests from models. And about the exhibitions, they are always online.Could you tell us a few words about the place you live/work in?
I live in a little town of about 14,000 inhabitants. My workshop is an old forge full of character, as scruffy as I like. As an alternative to that location, we have the pure nature: mountains, seas, ruins, quarries, blossom meadows, icy waterfalls and many more. I work a lot right out in nature during summertime, as well as during winter if the models stand cold weather ;o)Words gathered in January 2005
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