MISSBISH X Undrcard

This blog is a place where I will begin to store any promotion things that I take part in. Last November with Undrcard we did a photoshoot for Women’s Fashion, Fitness & Lifestyle Magazine MISSBISH.

The piece was a brief primer for anyone new to the sport of boxing:

Boxing 101 with UNDRCARD Boxing Studio

“Boxers are known to be fit and tough, yet agile and rhythmic. The sport is rapidly growing, aided by a recent influx of super models and influencers throwing their dukes up – what Victoria’s Secret Angel doesn’t box? Traditionally, boxing was dominated by crooked noses and gritty gyms where only million dollar babies survived. However, a new breed of boxing studios is emerging that makes boxing a little less intimidating. They alleviate the fear of cauliflower ears, and some even give you lemongrass-scented towels after your workout. These studios promise a “fighter fit without getting hit.” Read full article.

Here are a few of the shots from MISSBISH:

Photos by the ever talented, Asim.

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Portraits by Asim 2/3

I have never considered “modelling” on my list of life pursuits. I have found though, that being in front of the camera is actually satisfying, creatively. Becoming comfortable in front of the lens is something that is new, and like all challenges what is foreign can actually become an interesting, and exciting study. Photography is really, in it’s essence a two way conversation between the subject and photographer. Also, as I begin to put more thought into my personal brand, images have become an essential part to conveying my message.

Here is the second in series by Asim: Rosa in black – East Village. Click on thumb for full image.

 

 

 

 

Portraits by Asim Pt 1/3

Last year I was lucky enough to step in front of the lens of Asim Overstands. Being in front of a camera is an awkward thing, it exposes our vulnerabilities in raw and vivid moments that are captured real-time. I absolutely love photography, and have a true respect for all of the shooters out there.

This is the first of a three-part series with Asim, shot all in the same day. It focuses on my passion for movement in various forms.

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