Let’s talk about of Frank Carrasquillo
Originally from Puerto Rico, Frank Carrasquillo moved to New York City in 2002 to pursue a career in the Fashion Industry.
And he made it.
“I worked for Zara as their first Visual Merchandiser, and later as Director of Stores. I was trained at their headquarters in Spain” Carrasquillo commented to us via email.
“My mother, have been a hair-stylist always kept me interested in the industry, working for Zara taught me the power of merchandising and understanding how to sell a product.”
“I bought my first camera to shoot the mannequins and would send to Spain for approval. Its how I fell in love with photography.”
Frank comments to us, “I assisted a photographer, graphic designer, friend for about a year in exchange of knowledge.”
And we are so glad to present this creative thinker–thanks to Don Hood who gladly tagged us on Instagram.
Although he’s a very well known in the City, because of his stylish, great looks and he’s so handsome.
For this story for Fashionably Male, took place in a Loft in SoHo, “and since I had shot there about a year ago, I wanted to see the progress and a style that was more me.”
The models are Alec Varcas, Jake Taylor and Felipe Echebarria guys that stand out and took this shooting into another professional level.
Where they posed in this aesthetic dark shades light editorial we–literally– appreciate this, cause is a very good job.
And Let’s Talk About HOMME Town Studio
HOMME TOWN STUDIO is a boutique photography and styling company based in New York City.
After a successful career in the fashion industry moved onto create his own company HOMME Town Studio.
He said to us, “I started HOMME Town Studio about 3 years ago and have not stopped shooting since.”
“I have an obsession for fashion; love to keep things chic, with a dark twist.”
For a while Frank, mostly shot Laurent for his social media. “We did multiple collaborations for different brands.”
Frank is now focusing on Fashion Editorials which is what really inspires him.
Taking his inspiration into reality, one of the best skills of Frank is that he has this sensitive and creativeness.
He knows how to take a professional portrait into fashion editorial, he keeps things simple, but having this great light set and he picks right clothing as well.
His work is authentic, which is very important to stand out on the Big Apple.
If you are in New York City–model or agency– and want to update your pictures, don’t doubt, Frank got your back.