New York Times, 2013, C-print, 76 x 114 cm, ed. 10
Seductive stories of his journeys are told by David Drebin. Glamorously staged scenes allow the viewer to partake in longing and dreaming. Drebin succeeds in portraying intimate moments into impactful scenes.
Drebin lends cinematic aesthetics to his melancholic photography. The panoramic view of large cities is staged Hollywood style, impressive rows of buildings make the viewer experience the modern grandeur of large cities as well as their diversity in thoughts and longings.
Breathtaking colours and dramatic light settings are characteristic of Drebin's atmospheric photography.
David Drebin (*1970 in Canada) lives and works in New York City. He grew up in Toronto, until he moved to New York to study at "Parsons New School of Design". After successful graduation in 1996, he quickly attained strong reputation as an international advertising and fashion photographer. Part of his customer base included American Express, Mercedes, Nike and Sony, his work is published in magazines like "Elle", "GQ", "New York Times magazine" and "Vanity Fair".