The Lost Geisha
Mexican fashion Photographer Jvdas Berra bases his work on science fiction.
Jvdas Berra studied film production. At the age of 18 he published his first science fiction book followed by two sequels. Currently has chosen to engage in fashion and advertising photography. He has worked for multiple designers, agencies, advertising campaigns and national and international journals, obtaining a rapid professional growth, which has earned him recognition as a promising young talent in Fashion and Fine Art Photography.
Each photographic work is a story in itself, the elegant cinderella who transforms her environment into a colorful vibrant scene.
Especially his mixture between color photography and black & white we find makes his work interesting. As if we see the subject from a different point-of-view by wearing a new pair of tainted glasses.
The Lost Geisha is a project that was born because of Jvdas Berra’s love for Japan. In this story, he wanted to merge the Mexican folklore in a dream location called “Jardines de Mexico,” the world’s largest themed garden.
''Each of the garments used in this shooting are created by hand by various Mexican designers which meet endless craftsmanship sewing , clothing and unique colorisation''.
– Jvdas Berra