Social Injustice, Human Rights, Social Empowerment and Sustainability – @lifeofbrandolini
In a world which has been so confusing in the past two years,
In a world which all the people on the planet have experienced such large changes like never before,
In a world in which we are all responsible for what is,
Somehow we have learnt to accept things which would never have been accepted before,
Then survival is all that remains.
When we no longer have a voice,
When we no longer have the freedom of speech,
When social morals are no longer,
One’s own perspective is grown from the root of fear,
The values of humanity are forgotten.
When the critical voices in your head are too loud,
When you can’t separate the collective fear from your own,
When the energy of love and happiness are disrupted,
The pure love will still find a way to show itself again.
Life is to be full of passion,
Life is to be full of compassion,
Life is to be full of understanding,
Life is to be lived within all of our darkness and all of our light.
We can heal ourselves and one another,
We can heal the planet,
We can cultivate life,
We can change it all,
“A solitary human being is a contradiction in terms,
I have to learn from other human beings how to be human”
“A person is a person through other people,
I can’t be all I can be unless you are all you can be,
I can never be threatened by you because your good,
Because the better you are, the better I am.”
“For The Love of Fashion”
Brandon is a Canadian-born talent who pursued an opportunity although he did not know it would become his ultimate passion, a successful career that spans over two decades, throughout 28 countries, all the while building portfolios as a Model, Actor, Photographer, Producer, and Creative Director, and talent agency, all achieving the Vogue standard.
He began his fashion journey in New York, Paris, Milan, London, and Tokyo working as a international fashion model from 2000 – 2007 doing many runway shows including YSL, Louis Vuitton, D&G, Zegna, ad campaigns for Levis, Parasuco, Oakley, TV commercials for Kohls department store USA with Lenny Kravitz, T-Mobile, Visa, etc, and editorials for L’Uomo Vogue, Vogue Sport, Elle, Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar and many others.
He was enjoying the fashion business so much that he quickly became passionate about photography and the creativity of fashion, producing for 26 magazines in Europe, collaborating with Saatchi & Saatchi, helping to build many photographers’ careers, and then finally launched his own magazine in Prague, Czech Republic creative directing ONE Magazine in 2007. Within a year Conde Nast brought him in to produce Vogue India’s first editorial shot outside of India, and to become their European producer. He began having his own photography published across Europe and USA, simultaneously opening a ‘boutique’ talent agency in Prague, Czech Republic, personally managing fashion talents worldwide, working with only the biggest and best agencies globally, which he still does to this day, 15 years later. He consistently creates an environment that inspires intuitive artistic expression, exceeding clients’ expectations.
“I knew I was blessed and very grateful to get to work with so many incredible human beings across the world, thanking the gods everyday”. His talents have achieved 300+ top tier runway shows, Vogue in 8 countries, working with the most famous photographers and editors in the world, and campaigns for D&G, Valentino, Armani, Palmers underwear and Sephora, just to name a few!
“Well, I liked it, that was the main thing. I liked it but didn’t think of it in terms of a career. I didn’t really know; I didn’t really think about it. One thing just led to another”, Brandon quotes Herb Ritts, and it is exactly what Brandon feels about his own career.
“Time To Break The Chains”
Photographer: Brandon Booth (@lifeofbrandolini)
Make Up & Hair: Juno (@juno_makeupartist)
– Firosa (@firosa.noor)
– Pam (@pampenno)
Location: Body Works Spa @bodyworksbali
Jewelry: Object & Dawn @objectanddawn