Tyrone Lebon’s photographs and films are rich and vital celebrations of the possibilities of contemporary life and image-making. Lebon began experimenting with analog photography and film as a teenager and his material and collage sensibility is present equally in both mediums. Lebon’s book—Nothing Lasts Forever—portrays the people and situations in his studio over the course of one year and expresses the deep intimacy of his portrait work. His capacity for creating intense visual experiences through photography is evident in his editorial work for magazines including Arena Homme +, Double, i-D, POP, and Vogue UK. His advertising clients include Calvin Klein, Celine, Martin Margiela, Supreme, and Louis Vuitton. Tyrone Lebon has created short films from the outset of his career. Lebon’s 30-minute film and forthcoming book project Reely and Truly is a remarkable meditation on the motivations of over twenty photographers, including Nigel Shafran, Takashi Homma, Juergen Teller, and his father Mark Lebon. Lebon is also the founder and creative director of DoBeDo, the host and supporter of photographers and filmmakers exhibitions, books, and screening events.
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