A distortion and reinterpretation of the common sayings "Say it with flowers"

A distortion and reinterpretation of the common sayings "Say it with flowers"

All the things I should have said (1/12)


Observing nature & man for reasons of design

Observing nature & man for reasons of design

Observation Experiments (1/17)

All around us there is a world of lost light,
too subtle for the naked eye to observe in full complexity.
Domestic Glassware-France

All around us there is a world of lost light too subtle for the naked eye to observe in full complexity.

Lost light (1/15)

A series void of subject, context and assumption.We're left with projections of light.

A series void of subject, context and assumption.We're left with projections of light.

Projections (1/13)
Tension (1/9)

The Seven Percent is a series of still life's depicting a rarely seen aspect of Indian society: those who benefit from the country’s rapidly growing economy. These stories encompass both individuals whose fortunes have been built over many generations as well as those who have found success within one lifetime.
They are businessmen, professionals, ex-nobility. They have different lifestyles, values, and beliefs about the current state and needs of their country. But they all look ahead, with great optimism, to the opportunities India’s continued progress will afford them.

The Seven Percent, a series of portraits, still lifes, and interviews depicting a rarely seen aspect of Indian society: those who benefit from the country’s rapidly growing economy.

The Seven Percent (1/16)

Decomposition poses the question
"Do we have chaos in the universe or exquisite design".
Is this chaos or design?

Decomposition poses the question "Do we have chaos in the universe or exquisite design". Is this chaos or design?

Decomposition (1/5)

Mired in the Bayou is a series of still life images
correlating disaster & shifts in social economics.
Bayou La Batre is a small town of approximately 2,500 and has long been known as the seafood capital of Alabama. However, over the past decade, foreign imports, the rising cost of diesel fuel, and overfishing have eroded the seafood industry that supports this community. After Hurricane Ivan and Hurricane Katrina, business slowed even further as residents of the area rebuilt from the ground up. The community was just beginning to recover when the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded.

Mired in the Bayou is a series of still life images correlating disaster & shifts in social economics.

Mired in the Bayou (1/10)

A project with New York's "ICE MAN" Brian Preston Campbell http://www.preston-campbell.com

A project with New York's "ICE MAN" Brian Preston Campbell http://www.preston-campbell.com

Ice Man – Collaboration (1/8)

Michael De Pasquale is a photographer based between Brooklyn and Paris. Raised in upstate New York, and first trained by his father, Michael began his formal studies of photography in London, before graduating to The Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. After 11 years in the great New York City and after building a few photography studios and one art collective up from the dust, he relocated to Paris France. He now lives in Paris and works internationally.

Clients include:
Alessi, L’Optimum, AD Germany, Living Sense, Elle France, Living – Corriere della Sera, IDEAT, Elle Sweden, Michael Kors, EF Language Schools, ELLE Decoration UK, ELLE Decoration Japan, Grazia Casa, L’Officiel Hommes, Runner’s World, Bon Appetit, United Colors of Benetton, Bottega Veneta, Berry Brown, Gilt Group, Madewell, Kate Spade, Jack Spade, Chance, Sailormade, Le Bal, ESVA TV, Channel4, Sweden.

mike.depasquale@gmail.com
NY +1 917.572.0881
PARIS +33 (0) 6 01 63 87 27
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