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beau brummell

IT IS APLEASURE TO VIEW TA MASTERS WORK WELL CHOSEN MODELS AND HIS INSIGHTFUL EYE BRING US PICS
TO BE PROUD OF AS GAYS

kalalaumango

the photos are beautiful but easier when obviously working with quintessential preferences from advertising sourcing. yet, i also like your interview, as he is spot on about once the trust between a photographer and subject are gone due to a fraudulent approach to mutual respect as well disregarding personal space -- it's not happening. on a recent stay in france, which i loved in so many, many ways, the photographer was so anti-queer over the months, that it resulted in seeing his work as a tasteless, low class pervert. it may be that you don't like this message, as his work is lovely. it's simply true what he says about privacy and mutual respect. for too long, i have watched glbt people co-opted for advertising zombie garbage and digesting this nonsense that doesn't care about their humanity, dignity, or life. thank you. so much was so very beautiful in france. i loved it in many ways. but, i am not proud of violent, aggressive, and abusive people after seeing so much damage done during the 80's and 90's. peace be with you.

thegaytekeeper

AWESOME WORK!

Sean D. (rSEANd PHOTOGRAPHY)

I couldn't even begin to fully put in words how much I adore the work of Simon Barnes. He has a way of capturing the male form that is at once sensual, bold, beautiful and artistic. He can go from a tease to erotic splendor without ever compromising the integrity of the model or the photo and this immense talent has been a source of continual inspiration to me. This man deserves and entire issue devoted to his work. Great article and gorgeous photos.

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