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EuropeShotPhotography Portraits by Barbara Oizmud

Barbara Oizmud was born in Pescara in 1977. From 2003 to 2006 she worked as a cartoonist collaborating on projects with RAI, a major Italian TV station.

Barbara Oizmud was born in Pescara in 1977. From 2003 to 2006 she worked as a cartoonist collaborating on projects with RAI, a major Italian TV station.

Since 2006 she has been working as a professional photographer and as the artistic director on some projects.Some of the celebrities she has photographed include: Mel Brooks, John Malkovich, David Lynch, Roberto Bolle, Subsonica, Camille Lacourt, Estevan Oriol, Joaquin Cortes, Nolan Bushnell.

Barbara’s works are published in magazines like Wired, Vanity Fair, F Magazine, Cover Up (UK), Shift Magazine (Japan),Topolino. She also realized photographic campaigns for clients like Red Bull, Fox, Sky, Discovery, Fremantle Media, Universal, RomaEuropa festival.In 2015 during the Public Art Festival Art-On in Cascina (Tuscany), she created a photographic work on a wall (8 meters high x 9 meters wide). Barbara Oizmud has exhibited her photos at the Macro Museum of Rome and at the Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome. [Official Website]

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    serge janssens

    Dec 18, 2016 at 16:34

    J’aurais voulus voir plus de photographies Ozark Henry ,pour évaluer l’étendue de son talent certain . Dommage

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