Bronson Farr Exposes Vulnerable Men by the "Window"
By Zachary Zane
Vulnerable Men Exposed by the "Window"
Bronson Farr is NYC-based photographer known his portrait work and ability to capture the beauty of the male form. The photographer's newest series — “Window” — depicts the vulnerability of queer men in Farr’s Hell’s Kitchen apartment.
“It explores natural light, duality of tone, shadow, and the male body in a typical pre-war NYC apartment building window,” Farr told out. “The great thing about this series is that it happens in my home. The photoshoot becomes a very intimate setting, so my subjects have to feel comfortable or else none of what I'm trying to accomplish works.”
Scroll through to see the “Window” photographs of Nico Tortorella, Matteo Lane, and other sculpted models.