Having first picked up a camera in earnest, late in 2009, never one for taking things slowly, only months later, self taught Alex was already exhibiting a selection from his work Almost Famous at Luxe Gallery, Mayfair, and later his Images headlined the well attended ‘Feeling Good’ exhibition for the David Lynch Foundation at Getty Images Gallery in London, October 2013, as well as two New York Galleries at the same time… Most recently he has released a new series titled ’To dance is to pray’ shot in Crow Nation, Montana with Christian Takes Gun Parrish a.k.a. Supaman…
Alex’s work is often recognised for his own Signature B&W Fashion/Street/Documentary style (pls see archive), recently however, as you’ll no doubt have noticed from his new portfolio, Alex has evolved his unique style once again, this time choosing to shoot exclusively using Analogue Colour & B&W Film Only You will again recognise his unique use of light, carried forward and applied in this format. He is proud to work very closely with, and be an Official Contributor to LFI – Leica Fotografie International…
Alex has amassed numerous international clients, and is frequently traveling the globe to shoot for various Magazines, Brands, Music & Fashion Labels. Notable Publications include; GQ Japan, Nylon, Elle, L’officiel, VV, Russh, Cercle, 125, Twelv, Oddity & Leica S Magazines, and is also the Photographic Director of London based Fashion & Interview Bi-Annual Magazine THE FALL. Recent Fashion & Advertising Campaigns include; Kooples, Huawei, Spencer Hart x Asos, Sir_The label, Blanco, P.P.Q. Lelloue, Morgans Hotel Group, Alexandra Long, True Religion Brand Jeans, Liberty London, MCCVIII, Collette Paris, Anchi Japan and more…
Marketing & Creative Direction…
In the later half of the 90’s Alex entered the Marketing Industry; rising quickly, in 1998 he landed the role of Creative/Marketing Director, managing British American Tobacco’s top Super-Brands; Benson & Hedges, Dunhill, Kent and Lucky Strike, where he created & produced multi faceted campaigns, including designing and overseeing the construction of everything from denim clothing, furniture, installations & interiors, packets, point of sale & major events, till the market dried up due to tightening laws re: marketing tobacco both in Australia & Globally. This experience in his career gave him unprecedented exposure and access to the world of cutting edge Branding, Art Direction and Creative Marketing, new skills and understanding which would serve him time and again in the future.
Rogues’ roster consists of a carefully curated and diverse range of exceptionally talented Photographers, Makeup Artists and Session Stylists.
We actively engage in creative collaboration with our discerning clients from the worlds of fashion, advertising, entertainment, music, finance and publishing. Our approach is curatorial, focusing on quality, synergy and consistency with a goal of continually challenging the status quo. We cultivate a boutique sensibility offering an intimate connection that belies our roster of artists.
Our artists work on Productions and Projects of any scale, in various industries and are eager to be involved from the outset of the creative process. Collaboration is in our blood.
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Lake Bell by Kayt Jones
Photography: Kayt Jones, Photographic Director: Alex Lambrechts at Rogues Agency, Videographer: Will Corder, Video Editor: Joshua Osborne, Styling: Erica Cloud at The Only Agency, Makeup: Sabrina Berdani at The Wall Group using Dior Beauty, Hair: Dean Roybal using Wella, Manicurist: Stephanie Stone at Forward Artists using MAC, Photographer’s Asssistant: Christian Koepenick, Stylist’s Assistant: Micah Schifman, Digital Operator: Aladdin Ishmael, Location & Production: Rogues Agency, Words: Amy Marie Slocum, Location: The Forge Studios LA, Publication: THE FALL Magazine
Justice Smith by RZA
Photography: RZA, Photography Director: Alex Lambrechts, Styling: Julia Ragolia, Grooming: Kristin Heitkotter at TMG- LA, Photography Assistant: Clark Wananuruks, Videography: Will Corder, Video Editor: Joshua Osborne Production: Rogues Agency,Publication: THE FALL Magazine, Words by Amy Marie Slocum
Leica S Magazine
Photography: Alex Lambrechts, Styling: Dee Moran, Makeup & Hair: Jehan Radwan, Videography: Sinbad Phgura, Video Direction and Edit: Alex and Sinbad, Models: Elina Amandine at Metropolitan Models, Rosemarie Mayer at The Hive, Jasmin Brunner at Fotogen Models, Production: Rogues Agency, Fashion Assistant: Yeghiazaryan Lussiné, Production Assistant: Neeta Phgura, Publication: Leica S Magazine, Special thank’s to Huawei UK and H+K London.
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Julia started her career in fashion as a model, signed with the world renown agency NEXT Models. Originally from Russia, sowing the seeds for her passion for travel and fashion, for a few years she lived in Tokyo, then New York, and finally settling in London where she’s been based for the past 8 years.
In 2007 Julia decided to give up modelling and pursue another passion in her life, (make up artistry) from 2007 to 2008 she attended New York School of fashion. In 2009 she enrolled at the Delamar academy in London graduating in 2010.
Julia worked all over the world for various editorial and advertising clients, and with photographers as diverse as, Luc Coiffait, Rui Faria, Daniel Jeams, Julian Marshall and others..
Her many clients include, Lipcote, Volt Magazine, D.Hedral, Leon Max, Elle Russia, Hey Jo, and Wylde Magazine.
Julia is currently the deputy beauty editor of Volt Magazine, a position she’s held since 2013.
Estevan Oriol is an internationally celebrated Photographer, Director and Urban Lifestyle Entrepreneur. He began his career as a hip-hop club bouncer- turned tour manager for popular Los Angeles-based rap groups Cypress Hill and House of Pain. Estevan’s passion for photography developed with an influential nudge and old camera from his father, renowned photographer Eriberto Oriol. Estevan began documenting life on the road and established a name for himself amid the emerging hip-hop scene.
Nearly 20 years later, Oriol’s extensive portfolio juxtaposes the glamorous and gritty planes of LA culture, featuring portraits of famous Athletes, Artists, Celebrities and Musicians as well as Latino, Urban, Gang, and Tattoo Counterculture Lifestyles. He has photographed Al Pacino, Robert Dinero, Dennis Hopper, Marissa Miller, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Floyd Mayweather, and Lance Armstrong amongst others.
Leighton Meester by Anthony Hickox
Photography: Anthony Hickox using Rolleiflex analog Medium Format, Director of Photography: Alex Lambrechts, First Photography Assistant: Clark Wananuruks, Styling: Danyuel Brown, BTS motion: James Hickox, Car: Anthony Hickox, Equipment rental: Siren Studios, Production: Rogues Agency
Photography: Alex Lambrechts, Styling: Dee Moran & Sophia Peng, Makeup: Tina Turnbow at Tracey Mattingly using Clé de Peau Beauté, Photography Assistant: Keiichiro Nakajiama, Digital Operator: Hissa Igarashi, Videography: Chris O’Konski, Video Edit: Joshua Osborne Production: Rogues Agency, Location: Neo Studios New York Publication: THE FALL Magazine, Words by Tom Shone
«Passion for all the colors in the box and
honoring of the specific beauty of the moment and all it’s potential expression.»
Selina has been in the business for over 10 years.
Makeup is change – Transforming a wide range of roles and personalities and bringing a feeling of freedom to the moment.
Selina describes the beautiful appearance of a woman as a certain charm and uniqueness revealed, underlined and highlighted, this is greatly rooted in the passion of her work as well as embracing and creating new trends and looks.
Selina aims a cultivated openness, something she learned and maintained from her early background in art and drawing.
She likes creating new looks and being curious about different technics and all forms of art, she thinks this is the key to success, individuality and personality.
Languages German, English, French, beginner Ialian, Russian & Spanish
CLIENTS Maybelline NY, ESSIE, SBB, PRO 7 Schweiz, L’ORÉAL, Dior, BKW, Schwarzkopf, Peugeot, MIGROS ELAN, Annabelle, FEMINA, OPEN, Friday Magazine, 20Minuten
FACES MAGAZINE, Leica S
TV/ SHOWS / EVENTS Filmfestival Cannes 2018 / assistant for Eny Whitehead, Calliste Paris, Maybelline NY •Zurich Filmfestival, KETS Academy, FACES STUDIO, TV show, Juror for Swiss makeup mastership, Baselworld Watchfair, Bruce Darnell, Schwarzkopf / MovingHair, Concerts & Musicvideos
Internationally published, Stockholm born hair and makeup artist OscarAlexander, started his career as a model but quickly realised his talents lay behind the camera. Having tried on a few different hats in the industry, he gained a great deal of experience but his main interest emerged in hair & makeup artistry. After moving to London, he instantly built a strong portfolio, working with the likes of Aidan Turner, Coco Rocha, Daniel & Natasha Bedingfield, Eleanor Tomlinson, Gemma Chan, Mollie King, Nicola Roberts, Noel Fielding, Sadie Frost, Sally Phillips, Stromae and VV Brown.
During his many years of experience in the industry, OscarAlexander has creative directed two fashion publications and held the position as fashion and beauty editor for a lifestyle magazine. His work has been featured in publications including VOGUE, V Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, TATLER and Marie Claire amongst others. In addition to that he has been heading shows at both London and Paris Fashion Weeks and teaches hair at one of London’s top academies.
OscarAlexander is not afraid to push boundaries in order to create captivating images. The intense looks he’s created over the years range from avant garde to pure and natural. His talent lies in the ability to adapt and translate the essence of a brand or person into any canvas. Whether through hair or makeup OscarAlexander is a perfectionist, who goes above and beyond to create a flawless look with striking detail.
A few of OscarAlexander’s client’s include:
Acer, Aspinal of London, Austin Reed, Axe/ Lynx, Bourjois, Browns, Clarks, Clinique, Dove, Duchamp, Harrods, Huntsman, Linda Farrow, L’Oreal, Maybelinne, Nescafé, Next, Puma, Rituals, Specsavers, Thomas Pink, White Company
Marketing & Creative Direction
In the later half of the 90’s Alex entered the Marketing Industry; rising quickly, in 1998 he landed the role of Creative/Marketing Director, managing British American Tobacco’s top Super-Brands; Benson & Hedges, Dunhill, Kent and Lucky Strike, where he created & produced multi faceted campaigns, including designing and overseeing the construction of everything from denim clothing, furniture, installations & interiors, packets, point of sale & major events, till the market dried up due to tightening laws re: marketing tobacco both in Australia & Globally. This experience in his career gave him unprecedented exposure and access to the world of cutting edge Branding, Art Direction and Creative Marketing, new skills and understanding which would serve him time and again in the future. As a Photographer he is often asked to create his own creative briefs and concepts, something Alex is extremely gifted at, including having an extremely sharp commercial and niche market awareness.
Anthony Hickox is a Film Director, Film Producer and Screenwriter
Tony’s most famed films include Waxwork I & II, Hellraiser III, Warlock: Armageddon (…). His most recent movie Exodus to Shanghai was officially chosen for Berlin, Shanghai, New York and Moscow film festivals (…) Next to being an excellent screen writer and story teller at heart, Tony has a unique visual style. He is credited for various signature techniques such as using a dual-focus method. Tony’s movies are suspenseful. He is frequently using non-chronological scene sequencing, that engages the audience from the very beginning, letting them wonder what had lead to an already viewed outcome. Alongside his Movie projects, Anthony writes and directs short films for unique Social Media and Advertising campaigns.
Children of Siberia
Tomasz Lazar spent hours photographing and interviewing adults who were ripped from their homes as children in the 1940s and forced to live thousands of miles away in Siberia.
“For me those faces are like maps,” Lazar said. “The more you look at them, the more you are discovering.”
Soviet authorities invaded Poland during World War II and deported hundreds of thousands of Poles. Some were sent to prison camps in the frozen wilderness of central Russia. Many were children. In effect, Moscow stole much of an entire generation of young Poles, a handful of whom Lazar has located seven decades later.
During Lazar’s interviews, many of the survivors broke down in tears.
‘Children of Siberia; was published in: CNN, Sunday Times Magazine and in Polish Press.
Tomasz’ approach to backstage photography is unique. Because he is not from the Fashion World himself, he captures the atmosphere, the models, and clothes from a yet new perspective. Tomasz gets assigned by Magazines, publishing houses, and Newspapers- sometimes exclusive- to document Fashion Weeks around the World using his distinct style.
Tomasz names his approach to backstage photography ‘Fashion Philosophy’, expressing the stormy suspenseful atmosphere backstage, guided by lights, nerves, and emotions expressed on models’ faces.
Presented below is a selection of images from Tomasz’ most recent Fashion-Philosophy assignment, for which he was photographing backstage at SS16 collections in London, Paris, and Milan for ‘The Cut Magazine’.
Published: The Cut Magazine, The New York Magazine and Polish Harper`s Bazaar.
United States of Debt
In September 2011, Tomasz documented the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement in NYC, a protests against social inequalities and influence of corporations on the government. The demonstration spread to other U.S. cities and gained vast attention on international media and lasted until November 15th, the day the NYPD removed the protesters from Zuccotti Park, arresting 200 of them.
Tomasz’ photography story got published Newsweek Japan and Newsweek International.
Theatre of Life
In 2008 Tomasz began working on the long term project entitled Theatre of Life. Through an essay and a series of images he explores the changes in our society occurred by the influence of mass media and technology.
Outline of Theatre of Life :
Historically, Platon developed the notion of Theatrum Mundi – Theatre of the World. A place where a man is only a puppet who plays his role on the stage of life. Directed by the one known as the Creator, Demiurg or God.
Tomasz’ essay hypothesizes that at present this creator is characterized by the mass media and the technology we’re surrounded with and take part in day by day. He suggestests that these forces have an increased impact on our lifes and behavior. This creates a risk for the lines between two worlds to become blurred, making society inable to distinct between the reality and the world created by the media. Source: burnmagazine.org
Theatre of Life has been published and talked about in: The New York Times, Ojodepez Magazine, Los Angeles Times, GUP Magazine & Burn Magazine.
This year Theater of Life was shown at Singapore International Photography Festival 2016, Foto Istanbul and Tsbilisi Photo Festival in Georgia.
Tomasz was born 1985 in Szczecin, Poland and is a graduate of the West Pomeranian University of Technology, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology. After discovering his passion for photography, he joined the European Academy of Photography,where he studied under the guidance of Tomasz Tomaszewski, Lorenzo Castore, Michael Ackerman, Isabel Jaroszewska and others. Tomasz has never looked back, photography is his life. He has since won many highly reputable photography contests around the world (e.g. World Press Photo, POY, CHIPP, Sony World Photography Award, the International Photography Award, BZWBK Press Photo, Grand Press Photo, Lumix Festival for Young Journalism. Tomasz’ work was published in newspapers and magazines such as, The New York Times, Newsweek International, Sunday Times Magazine, New Yorker and Los Angeles Times. Tomasz is a coffee-lover, music enthusiast and derives pleasure from spending time with other people. Tomasz devotes most of his time to photography and is travelling a lot recently, at this very moment for instance, he is on an assignment in Tokyo.
2015 – Nominated to Deutsche Börse Photography Prize for “Children of Siberia” exhibition
2015 – Finalist in Sony World Photography Award in category “Portrait Series”
2015 – “Award of Excellence” in China International Press Photo Award
2015 – Finalist in Sony World Photography Award in category “Portrait Series”
2015 – “Award of Excellence” in Picture of the Year International in category “Portrait Series”
2014 – Finalist at Prix Voies Off 2014, Arles
2014 – I place in BZWBK Press Photo 2014 in singles category “Art&Culture”
2014 – I place in BZWBK Press Photo 2014 in reportage category “Art&Culture”
2013 – I place in Hearst8x10
2013 – I place in BZWBK Press Photo 2013 in category “Sport”
2012 – Nominated to Unicef Photo of the Year
2012 – III place in International Street Phototgraphy Awards in London Festival of Photography
2012 – Honourable Mention in Lumix Festival for Young Journalism
2012 – Grand Prix in Lodz Photo Festival
2012 – I place in Grand Press Photo 2012 in category “General News”
2012 – Picture of the Year Award in BWZWBK Press Photo 2012
2012 – I place in BZWBK Press Photo 2012 in category “General News”
2012 – I place in BZWBK Press Photo 2012 in category “Civilization”
2012 – II place in World Press Photo 2012 in category “People in the News”
2011 – Nominated to Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year in International Photography Award
2011 – Nominated to People Choice Award in Photography Book Now 2011
2011 – II place in BZWBP Press Photo in category Society
2011 – I place in “Street Creative Photo” in category “Miejskoletnie przesilenie”
2011 – Finalist in Leica contest “Moment jest jeden”
2011 – III place in Editorial – Other_ED NON-PRO in International Photography Award
2010 – I place in “Znajdz swój punkt widzenia”, Fotopolis.pl
2010 – III place in “Zachodniopomorskie Spotkania z Diaporama” , Szczecin
2010 – 13x Honorable Mention in International Photography Award, Los Angeles
2009 – Honorable mention in Sony World Photography Award, Architecture, Cannes
2009 – 8x Honorable Mention in International Photography Award, Los Angeles
2009 – Honorable Mention in „Dolina Kreatywna” organized by TVP, Warszawa
2009 – I place in „Discovery Europe”, category “Moje odkrycie – Polska”, Warszawa
2009 – III place in „Discovery Europe”, category “Moje odkrycie – Polska”, Warszawa
2008 – II place in BZWBKPRESS PHOTO, category przyroda, Warszawa
2008 – Medal of Fotoklubu Zamek in „Zachodniopomorskie Spotkania z Diaporama”, Szczecin
2007 – I place in “Zestaw”, Swidnica
2007 – I place in Multidiaprama, Szczecin
2007 – II place in “Zachodniopomorski Konkurs Fotograficzny”, Debno
2007 – Honorable Mention in “Taniec- energia ciala i wyobrazni”, Lublin
2007 – Honorable Mention in “Portret”, Kolo
2006 – Honorable Mention in „Zachodniopomorskie Spotkania z Diaporama”, Szczecin
2014 – “Theater of Life” solo exhibition, Cortona on the Move Festival, Italy
2013 – “The Spirit of Women” group exhibition, Clair Gallery, Saint-Paul de Vence, France
2013 – “Theater of Life” solo exhibition, Zamek Książąt Pomorskich, Szczecin, Poland
2013 – “Dark Water. The Water as Protagonist” group exhibiton, Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, USA
2013 – “Hearst 8×10″ group exhibition, Hearst Tower, New York, USA
2013 – “Art Paris Fair”, Paris, France
2013 – “Theater of Life” solo exhibition, Barcelona, Spain
2013 – “Coastline” solo exhibition, Barcelona, Spain
2012 – “Polish photography in Paris and in the world” group exhibition, Galeria Roi Dore, Paris, France
2012 – “Theater of Life” solo exhibition, Lumix Festival for Young Journalism, Hannover, Germany
2012 – “Theater of Life – Dreamline” solo exhibition, Book Off, Warsaw, Poland
2012 – “Theater of Life – Dreamline” solo exhibition, Punctum Gallery, Lodz, Poland
2012 – “Un-posed” group exhibition, Leica Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2012 – “Art Paris Fair”, Paris, France
2011 – “2011 IPA Best of Show” group exhibition, New York
2011 – “Bez odpowiedzi”, solo exhibition, Wroclaw
2011 – “Coastline”, solo exhibition, Warsaw
2009 – „Momenty”, solo exhibiton, Szczecin
2008 – „Barwy Pomorza”, part of Fotoklubu Zamek exhibition, Szczecin
2008 – „Proste Zadania”, part of Fotoklubu Zamek exhibition, Szczecin
2008 – “Widok z okna – Portret”, part of Fotoklubu Zamek exhibition, Gryfice
2006 – „Janów Podlaski 2006”, solo exhibition, Szczecin
2013 – Workshop with Christopher Morris, Berlin, Germany
2013 – New York Times Portfolio Review, New York, USA
2011 – Eddie Adams Workshop, USA
2011 – European Academy of Photography, Warsaw
2009 – Westpomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin
2009 – Workshop with Tomasz Tomaszewski, Bialowieza
2008 – National Geographic workshop with Tomasz Tomaszewski, Kraków
Austin Reed, Allsaints, Arcadia Group (Wallis, Topman), Spencer Hart, Vidal Sassoon, Toni & Guy (L’Oréal Colour Trophy), Tatty Devine, Bourjois + Miss Selfridge, Regal Rose, Criminal Damage, Roc Nation, European Excellence Awards, Salon International, Future Cinema, Gianni Morandi, Arisa, Jess Glynne, Alexandra Burke, Sienna Guillory, Claire Cooper, The Noisettes, Kano, Oliver Proudlock, Rosie Fortescue, Victoria Baker Harber, Daniel Sturridge
Wonderland, Schön!, Hugner, Wonderland, 125, Institute, Citizen K, Glassbook, Volt Cafe, Fault, Tirade, Client Style Guide, Carbon Copy, THE FALL, Disorder, Exalt, Elements, Fucking Young!, Fantastics, The Fashionisto, Boys By Girls, Leon(China)
Adam Fussell, Aleksandra Podburtnaja, Alexei Izmaylov, Alice Luker, Anya Holdstock, Balint Barna, Boy/Girl, Cecilie Harris, Chad Pickard, Christopher Fields, Danny Baldwin, Dan Medhurst, Gael Delhaye, Hanna Hillier, Íris Björk, Jeff Boudreau, Jimmy Hansen, Luca Sage, Lucia O’Connor-Mccarthy, Mark Cant, Masa Hamanoi, Masami Naruo, Matt Leete, Michelle Beatty, Michel Haddi, Michele Turriani, Olgac Bozalp, Oliver Sutton, Paul Farnham, Paul Krokos, Paul Whitfield, Phil Dunlop, Rio Romaine, Rossella Vanon
PARIS MEN’S FASHION WEEK – Dior Homme, Wooyoungmi
LONDON FASHION WEEK – Issa, Fyodor Golan, Emilia Wickstead, KTZ, Haizen Wang, Jasper Garvida
LONDON COLLECTIONS: MEN – Matthew Miller, Spencer Hart, Christopher Raeburn, Katie Eary, Baartman and Siegel, KTZ
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