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This is Not Wonderland by Peter Kemp Photography by Peter Kemp [@ www.peterkemp.nl] assisted by Ron Meiner Jordy and Paul van Solm Models: Anna Wegener, Nina Fooij, Ruben Baars & Fardo Popal Stylist: Nienke van Duinkerken @ www.nienkevanduinkerken.com Styling: Pleasurements @ www.pleasurements.com Make-up artist: Chantal van Velzen @ www.vanvelsenvisagie.nl Hair: Celia Wong

The Dutch photographer Peter Kemp creates story telling pictures. Kemp's photos were internationally recognised being finalist at the Hasselblad Masters 2012. For his last series Kemp is inspired by the paintings of the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. The preparations for this project took 3 months. Kemp and his team built their own Vermeer house. Ten days of photoshoots with models from Holland and abroad created this series, which contains more photos than exposed here: www.peterkemp.nl

The Dutch photographer Peter Kemp creates story telling pictures. Kemp's photos were internationally recognised being finalist at the Hasselblad Masters 2012. For his last series Kemp is inspired by the paintings of the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. The preparations for this project took 3 months. Kemp and his team built their own Vermeer house. Ten days of photoshoots with models from Holland and abroad created this series, which contains more photos than exposed here: www.peterkemp.nl

"Decadence" Created on a workshop in Holland with Dutch photographer, Peter Kemp and model, Cat Candy K For more on the story behind this photo, visit my blog post: http://kimayres.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/workshop-in-holland.html

from Artistaday.com

Peter Kemp

Peter Kemp is a photographer based in Delft, the Netherlands. Peter explains his work by saying, “I like to do story telling pictures. Trying to create some mystery and glamour into my pics. First by trying to create some moody light. Secondly by working together with my beautiful models and team to join me into my photo projects. My scenes focus a lot on details. A longer look might open the door to another journey. I guess I like to create little stories within my stories.”