Occupation: Mostly opened to every kind of styles, but I'll say mostly fashion photographer.
Where were you born?
I was born and raised in Monaco Monte-Carlo and I'm Franco-British.
In one sentence what is unique about your work?
The power to capture moments that still gives you these same emotions 40 years later.
Why do you do what you do?
To me it's natural. My goal is to share my passion, to show people how I see things in my vision of the world and all the personalities I've met. The colors, the environment, clothes, expressions. Showing what I captured in this person, why and how I took this picture. Critics and people's view on my work is magic. I take photographs to capture souls. That's all.
What inspires you?
Everything. Life is inspiring. Music gives me tons of ideas.
Describe your personal style.
Hippie Chic. Staying natural, fun and elegant.
Your ultimate must-have.
COCO CHANEL red lipstick, always useful.
What superpower would you have and why?
I would like my brain to get to 100% of its capacity, that's THE power to be and do to everything you can imagine.
What is next for you?
To meet every kind of artists, to travel more, make more photo-shoots and wish my website will grow with time and work.
I already have a superpower and I am so grateful for it! If we should ever meet, I will reveal it.
The only instrument I use for creating my unusual emotional photographs is my smartphone
Get to know photographer Andrew Klug.
"What distinguishes me is my sensitivity to diverse cultural backgrounds, and speaking 4 languages"
People inspire me. Different people inspire differently.
My history with art direction and design have greatly influenced my photographic style.
My work is drenched by truth and committed to the moments.
I just returned from Peru with a newfound passion for the jungle, which is so alive and colorful and magical. I’m now working on several strategic ways of helping the Amazon
Trust and belief in the direction of your passion.
RESIDENT PHOTOGRAPHER AMARIS GRANADO CAPTURES BEHIND THE SCENES AT ZUHAIR MURAD FALL 2017.
ALL LOOKS FROM ROSIE ASSOULIN'S FALL 2017 PRESENTATION AS CAPTURED BY OUR RESIDENT PHOTOGRAPHER, AMARIS GRANADO.
Marc Jacobs closed NYFW with his show.There was no set, no music, no big hair and makeup statement, and no iPhone photography permitted.
Club Monaco staged its first-ever New York Fashion Week presentation, in Grand Central Terminal.
"Hot Convict" Jeremy Meeks makes his runway debut at Philipp Plein's show
West introduces high of rise , loose fit denim tucked into knee-high boots in a perfect way.
New York's foremost conceptualist borrowed from the traditional men's wardrobe to craft imaginative penguin suits and clever. The dog bag from last season is back, and this he has a buddy, a penguin...