Josep Rodenas’ photography is inspiring, evocative and human by nature. He doesn’t portray perfect models, but common/ordinary people that need no words, just the look in their eyes or a simple gesture to express themselves.
Rodenas travelled to the Philippines in 2012 and discovered the world of classical and contemporary ballet. He has photographed first class soloists and ballet maestros, and his photos have been published in national and international magazines.
His work includes a variety of characters: academics, Nobel-Prize laureates, gallery owners and architects, artists, actors and international models.
His personal style goes beyond photography: it tackles human nature and sensibility: the value of the intangible, what’s there, but not everyone can see.
“Portraiture has been a privilege for me, because it has allowed me to know fascinating people that I would have never met otherwise”.
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