Black on black on black; black everything! Don’t be afraid of the dark.
Model Caleb Provan is featured in an editorial shoot inspired by true monochrome. Utilizing “all black everything”, stylist Polymoniker highlights a men’s tuxedo blazer styled two ways. The blazer is trimmed out with satin lapels to add just the right amount of texture, and is capable of versatility between formal and casual.
Ernesto Sue’s laid back demeanor belies the intensity and succinct coordination he applies to his craft. He is a portrait photographer and retoucher who draws his inspiration from all movie genres. He especially enjoys sci-fi movies and the lighting involved in those.
He has branded his style on high-fashion and thoroughly enjoys the creative process involved in a themed photoshoot; with wife Nicole Sue providing styling on most shoots. He lends his style of photography to weddings, events and portraiture. He also offers and teaches photography lighting classes.
As the youngest child in his family growing up in an inner-city apartment, he spent a lot of time by himself and spent many hours creating very graphic and vivid drawings. He later developed an interest in hip-hop; penning and performing rhymes in his bedroom on a computer he bought while working at The Bank Of New York in his senior year of high school.
Ernesto was born in Guyana (South America) and grew up in the Bronx, New York.