Brendan George Ko Shoots Hidden Models in a Surreal Shoot

By: Peter Vallas - Published: Feb 26, 2011   Updated: Aug 4 2011 • References: photo-ma-graphy.blogspot & booooooom
Toronto-based photographer Brendan George Ko shoots his subjects in peculiar and stunning ways that bend the model in traditional portrait photography. His ominous and colorful shoots feature unique model styling and photography effects that are unrepeatable.

In his shoots, Brendan George Ko drapes models in eccentric gowns that cover their face and sometimes the entire body. He is able to turn ordinary models into ghostly nightmare figures in his unique photography collections.

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