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Last week while I was in San Francisco I met up with Bureau of Trade‘s founder and CEO, Michael Moskowitz, for a portrait shoot. I discovered Bureau of Trade a few months back and I love what the start up is doing.
Bureau of Trade is a shopping and discovery site for men, blending a curated vision of art and style into an e-commerce site where rarities from across the world are displayed and sold through the company at affordable prices. The BUREAU is dedicated in helping men shape and present a more complete and compelling portrait of themselves.
Michael’s world travels, work in foreign policy and his time at IDEO as a designer have all contributed to the vision of the company.
* Images are available for licensing.
The modern gentlemen spends a day at The Engineers Club, modeling a mix of contemporary, urban clothing with throwbacks to vintage style.
Special thanks agin to the crew at the Engineers Club in Mt. Vernon as well as Paul Umeora and Sillah from T.H.E Artist Agency. StylistPatty Burns did a fabulous job as well as assistant stylist Immanuale Bey. Clothing boutique, Sixteen Tons, was generous enough to help with wardrobe while Katie Elder joined us for hair and make up. Rachel Gill provided props.
SNEEK PEEK! Monday I gathered with a wonderful crew at the Engineers Club in Mt. Vernon for a concept shoot with a Paul Umbero and Sillah from T.H.E Artist Agency. I owe special thank you to J Bitner for being so accommodating and hosting us. Stylist Patty Burns did a fabulous job as well as assistant stylist Immanuale Bey. Clothing boutique, Sixteen Tons, was generous enough to help with wardrobe while Katie Elder joined us for hair and make up.
I am going to post more images soon from the series. I have lots of film to process.