Becoming the most sexy Twins on the web.
We have the new photoshoot of Shirtless Proeh Twins on L.A. River by Walter Tabayoyong taken on DTLA.
“Austin and Alec are currently recording a new project in Los Angeles” according by photographer and manager Walter Tabayoyong.
The Twins got recently signed with 10 Models MGMT in Chicago. An agency launched on 2013 by David Sanchez.
They never stop working, Walter and Twins are going to shooting them again next week in Los Angeles.
Also Walter commented “they starting acting classes with Edward Singletary in Los Angeles.”
If you don’t know, Actor/producer Edward Singletary, Jr., is an award-winning film, commercial and branded content producer with over twenty years experience developing and delivering content for companies such as Roku, Best Buy and TCL.
Austin and Alec are returning to school in the fall and just got certified to be personal trainers and heading to Europe in a couple of weeks to spend time with their family.
Proeh Twins on L.A. River
The L.A. River starts in the Simi Hills and Santa Susana Mountains and flows through Los Angeles County, California.
Although it is one of LA’s most under-appreciated natural resources, the L.A. River has proved to be an extremely useful location for its film industry.
Because of its stark urban wasteland appearance and flat riverbed, it has always been an ideal location for shooting.
In the following pictures we can see Austin and Alec wearing Ksubi Jeans, Calvin Klein white tees, polos by Kenzo Paris and Zara shoes.
You can’t avoid classic scenes like Terminator 2: Judgment Day filmed in the culvert also stars California’s ex-governor and favorite body-building movie star, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Greace is probably the most well-known scene filmed in the river basin and also the one in which its location is the most recognizable.
The scene is when Danny races the evil leader of the Scorpions before winning Sandy back.
The guys having a great time during photoshoot on July 15th, where they submitted a picture on Instagram changing their clothes.
Stark concrete. And then you see Alec and Austin watching you direct through the lens of Walter. Trickle of water. Art Deco bridges. You recognize this place from something… but what?
The views of the downtown skyline and the urban, industrial feel give film shots a cool minimalist aesthetic. The best movie scenes that feature possibly one of Hollywood’s greatest stars, the river herself.