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My intention is to capture the female form in all its beauty and grace ( from my point of view ). Of course i will not succeed to do so in every work and i am very interested in other peoples opinions and thoughts. Enjoy !!



Personal Quote: live and let live

Favourite Movies
A Beautiful Mind, Apocalypse Now, The Deer Hunter
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Bruce Springsteen

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Hi, love everything about your work. The quality, the girls, the poses. Especially the bridge poses that expose their hipbones. Just my taste.


How do I get the full rez images ?


Would be amazing if you had a website with regular updates . Kind of like hegre-art. But phillpe-art :)

I would be a fulltime member to that site!

Have you thought about it ?

Just wanted to say your photos are gorgeous. Definitely earned a watch! :D

hey @philippe-art just stopping by to say hi. You already know I love the high detail of your pictures. Sexay.


You're a great photographer but, no offense, why do you only work with emaciated models?

Beauty, and Art, is subjective. What is attractive, interesting, or appealing to some may not be to others, and vice versa. As an example, I'm attracted to women who have a higher percentage of body fat than what's represented in many of these images (I prefer the classic "bikini body") but I also find the emaciated form extremely appealing artistically, and as a reference for my own illustration and painting work. At the end of the day, if you're asking this sort of question, the answer is always going to be "what doesn't work for you, might work for someone else."