Cooperative of Photography


Belonging

10.07.2018

Frankie Alduino got his start working for The Richard Avedon Foundation, and later transitioned to work in-house at Annie Leibovitz Studio. Currently based in New York City, Frankie works as a portrait photographer. He says, “When the shoot is actually taking place I generally have a distinct image in my mind of the outcome I’m hoping for, but I do always try to leave room for spontaneous and serendipitous moments.”

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White Pomeranian Pouter – New York 2017

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Gus Birney – New York 2017

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Gus Birney – New York 2017

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Untitled Floral Still Life – New York 2017

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Untitled Floral Still Life – New York 2017

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Dead Leaf on Steel Slab - New York 2018

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Blood Orange on Blue Velvet - New York 2018

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 Emily Wilson - New York 2018

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Carey Murphy - New York 2017

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Shaylan Simon - New York 2017


Written by Rowynn Dumont


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