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The Photography of HERRING & HERRING

3 November 2009

NEW YORK Herring and Herrin is a collaboration between Dimitri Scheblanov and Jesper Carlsen, focusing on fashion photography and art direction.

Recently commissioned by Gucci to employ their unique lightwork and photography techniques in a collection for SURFACE Magazine, Herring and Herring are making waves in the fashion scene.

About Herring and Herring
Scheblanov and Carlsen met in New York City in 2008 and immediately started working on editorial and commercial photography together. Their team's approach is based upon concept rather than a singular style. Their aim? To continuously push the idea of storytelling through an ever-expanding visual vernacular.

While traveling the globe, working as a technical consultant for some of the world's largest corporations, Carlsen decided to drop his blackberry and pick up the camera. Before joining forces with Carlsen, Scheblanov served as art director/creative consultant for a number of advertising agencies developing branding, packaging, print, web, advertising and marketing campaigns for fashion and consumer brands.

Herring and Herring clients have included so far companies like DeBeers, Philip Crangi, Alvin Valley, Molin Landeus, BronTheBest, Kouture Magazine, BASTA Surf, Mirage Magazine, D Mode Magazine, SURFACE Magazine, KURV Magazine, PULP Magazine and FALLEN Magazine.

We have no doubt this list will increase. Introducing Herring and Herring's unique photography, storytelling through superb visual effects.

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