We're always big fans of up-and-coming teen photographers here on My Modern Met, but 14-year-old photographer Zev (aka fiddle oak) has got to be one of the youngest talents we've ever come across. The Natick, Massachusetts-based teen photographer's portfolio exhibits skills beyond his years.
Zev manages to present a variety of techniques in his collection of images that lean towards the surreal in his self-portraits, which also overlap with his ongoing Little Folk series. A common theme in these works is to play with size ratio. By shrinking himself down for his imaginative photos, Zev takes the viewer along on a magical journey of rediscovering the world around us where blades of grass stand at equal height, a leaf can be used as an umbrella, and an acorn makes a suitable seat. His self-portraits also show just how young he is, making it all the more astounding that he's capable of producing such quality pictures.
all the scribblings in the background are zev's and our papa's plans for the new treehouse. :] (featuring legs and feet drawn by our mama)
this is for the teleidoscope theme 'new perspective' but since we were a few thousand miles from home,...
firstly, thanks muchly to the ever wonderful, truly exceptional Joel for the beautiful testimonial. ...