JOHN FALOCCO IS A CREATIVE CENTIPEDE. NOT ONLY IS JOHN A WELL ACCLAIMED PHOTOGRAPHER OF MALE MODELS, HE IS ALSO ACTIVE IN THE FIELDS OF ART, EDITORIAL, FASHION, FITNESS, GLAMOUR, HAIR AND MAKEUP, LINGERIE AND SWIMWEAR. THE LATTER IS MOST USEFUL CONSIDERING JOHN FALOCCO IS ALSO THE PROUD OWNER OF THE FALOCCO SWIMWEAR AND ACTIVEWEAR COLLECTION. HIS APPAREL LINES CONTAIN FASHIONABLE SIMPLE PIECES THAT MAKE EVERY MAN LOOK GOOD.
John Falocco has been active as photographer for quite some time already and during this years he has built a large body of work. No wonder his name sounds familiar. How photo art has been displayed in numerous books such as Jewels, Manatomy, Visions, The Romantic Male Nude, Nudes Indexx, Blue Muse, Ari Gold, Bluebooks: BAD, LADS, and BEACH BOYS, Ecce Homo, Men of Style, Croquet: The Art and Elegance of Playing. He also has been published in a large number of magazines, both print and online, such as Apollo Male Models, Blue: Dreamboys Vol. 2, Blue Special Issue: Dreamboys 4, Blue Magazine Issue 46, Men's Workout, Gym, Burn, Exercise For Men Only, Men's Exercise, and Hair Magazine and of course BeautifulMag.
John’s biggest inspiration comes from true masters of arts: Leonardo DaVinci, Michaelangelo, The Impressionists, Fauvists. And that clearly shows in his work, which has a classic quality to it, showcasing his men almost like demi-gods or polished marble statues. They are timeless. And that can certainly be said for his work with Nick Dowling. Personal training at Equinox, New Jersey, Nick has been modeling for several years now. He started modeling in North Jersey, where he still resides, although he has modeled in several areas around the USA, including in NYC, California, Pennsylvania, Florida and at home in New Jersey. Needless to say Nick is fully dedicated to physical fitness and living a healthy lifestyle, including combining a good diet with regular workouts and cross fit training. Nick also does WWF style wrestling for "No Rules Wrestling."
Combining the showing what you see not what is kind of style of the Impressionists, John used lighting that makes Nick almost seem to appear out of the play of light and contrast. Add to this the anatomic studies exercised by Leonardo DaVinci and Michelangelo, and we have the image of the perfect man. Smooth skin, masculine features and a well-shaped body. The embodiment of a demi-god. –BM-
John Falocco is a Crew Models International photographer.