Photographer and director, NYC, USA.
David LaChapelle was born in Connecticut in 1963 and moved to New York City at 17. Through his mastery of color, unique composition, and imaginative narratives, he began to expand the genre of photography. His staged tableau, portrait and still life works challenged devices of traditional photography and his work quickly gained international interest. In the decades since, LaChapelle has become one of the most published photographers throughout the world, and simultaneously his work has expanded into music video, film and stage projects. In the past 30 years, LaChapelle has exhibited internationally in galleries and museums including the National Portrait Gallery of London, Monnaie de Paris, Barbican Centre, Victoria and Albert Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Musee D’Orsay, Groninger Museum, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, and The U.S. National Portrait Gallery.
Serve the people beautiful goods without the greed and abuse of mother earth and her inhabitants.
A deep commitment
I’m very happy to create images for Lavazza. The relationship they have with artists is as deep and supportive as the commitment they continue to have with ecological and humanitarian concerns.
Serving the world
I’m honored to work with such a company! My wish is all companies would follow their lead to be as committed as Lavazza is. Lavazza profoundly and authentically chooses the right ways to serve the world and serve the people beautiful goods without the greed and abuse of Mother Earth and her inhabitants.
My wish is all companies would follow their lead to be as committed as Lavazza is”.
David LaChapelle racconta la sua opera artistica per il progetto The New Humanity.
- Photographer: David LaChapelle
- Agency & Production: Creative Exchange Agency
- Post Production: Glen Vergara
- Model: Guetcha Good