Andreas Kock's ‘Stalker' Series is a Peeping Tom'

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: cameralink and mymodernmet
The thought of being peeped on from an opposing hotel room—like the shots within Andreas Kock’s ‘Stalker’ photography—seems totally creepy; however, with scandals like the recent Erin Andrews of ESPN peeping Tom debacle surfacing lately, this photography seems all too likely.

Andreas Kock is the talented photographer behind the shoot; he uses dimly lit lighting and distanced camera angles to create a captivating and eerie photographic series. While Andreas Kock’s ‘Stalker’ photography was originally created as a fashion editorial, it seems more like shots from an alluring horror movie; this shoot will have people covering their windows with curtains at night!

Implications - The use of celebrity endorsements is undoubtedly highly expensive, and with such companies should constantly be thinking of other ways to incorporate Hollywood movements or news events into their design concepts. The use of peeping Tom photography following the Erin Andrews scandal is an example of how a company or artist can attach themselves to a media tidal wave.