See No heels, no shirt, no skirt Sure, there's a nude person in the frame, but it's incidental; this image is all about the interplay of light and shadows, and about the mystique of it all. I've often thought of nude photography as a natural extension of portraiture; if you're going to spend so much time on trying to capture the 'essence' of who somebody is, in some cases shedding any barriers between the model and the camera such as clothes is the next logical step. The ice is not foreign either whether we'd like to admit it or not. There's an intimacy in that playfulness; an incidental, rather than elaborate, sense of nudity, which makes his work stand out.
Where to begin?
The texture is lovely. All im in is just skin