When He’s Not Training He’s Modeling: Mariano Ontañón by Sole Rubio, see this flashback promo shooting and pics for Dromo Hombre.
When he’s not running a marathon, he’s on a plane to hike the highest mountain, Argentinian top model Mariano Ontañón is mixing his passion on athleticism and modeling.
He’s a man of many passions
One of a few, he’s balancing his sporty life with modeling. He’s a man of many passions. The model comes in this flashback by Sole Rubio an Argentine fashion photographer where they worked together for this promo.
Mariano Ontañón was born in 1991 in Buenos Aires (Argentina). His entry into fashion was in 2012 and one of his first jobs was as a swimwear and underwear model for the Charlie company.
He has also done ad work for brands like Gap and Perry Ellis.
One of his earliest modelling jobs was when he posed for the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Hercules Magazine.
- August 19, 1991
- Lujan, Argentina
- 29 years old
- 6’1″ / 186 CM
- Hazel Eyes
- 70K on IG
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About Sole Rubio a fashion photographer and great producer of internationally and nationally recognized campaigns, also considered an “elite photographer” for portraying celebs of Argentine people.
Her career began 12 years ago, before dedicating himself to photography he studied Public Relations and went to live in the United States for 2 years in which he began to learn and take photography courses in New York and San Francisco.
Upon returning to Argentina, he continued studying at FotoClub BA with Aldo Bressi and Alfredo Willimburgh, at SICA he directed film and video photography, finally Art History at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Her photos speak for themselves.
Strong images, impeccable aesthetics, lighting that makes the photograph perfect and clean. By themselves, these things are nothing, but your eye is the one who unites them, obtaining a high-quality result that captures.