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Chris Sembrot

Humans Kissing Dogs

March 26th, 2014

by Liz Ream They say dogs are man’s best friend. For all those dog lovers out there, you’re totally on board with this. And if you’re not, you may be looking at someone a little funny when they carry their best friend around in their purse, buy them a seat on an airplane, cook an elaborate puppy dinner or dedicate a few drawers in their …

Bicycling and Beaches

December 26th, 2013

by Liz Ream In November, we were excited to welcome our first in-house retoucher to the Wonderful Machine team. Lindsey Baker is not only a joy to have in the office (she organized our first annual holiday bake exchange, for starters), she is also talented and has a great deal of experience working in the photo industry.  So, when Chris Sembrot came to me recently …

After the Ink Dries

September 12th, 2013

by Karrisa Olsen Tattoos, sneakers and metal bands. These are just a few of Chris Sembrot‘s favorite things – and coincidentally the main components of his recent shoot for Decibel Magazine. In a collaboration with Converse, he was asked to spend a few days with members of the Doomriders, a Boston-based heavy metal band. Chris followed the group to Portsmouth, New Hampshire where they each …

Urban Surfers

July 8th, 2013

by Maria Luci You must live in a city. You must have a board. You must be wearing your gear. You must be ready by 6 a.m. These are Philadelphia-based photographer Chris Sembrot‘s requirements for the subjects of his new urban surfer series, “Dawn Patrol.” The initial idea for “Dawn Patrol” can be traced back to a natural source of inspiration: an attractive woman. Chris …

High Rise Phoenix

May 30th, 2013

by Jared Gruenwald Shooting portraits of famous musicians is always easy, breezy beautiful. Well, maybe not. But if you’re Philadelphia-based photographer Chris Sembrot, and you’re shooting in a swanky hotel in downtown Manhattan, that just may be the case. Chris was commissioned by British magazine The Guardian (who found him on Wonderful Machine) to capture images of Phoenix—No, not the mythological bird that rises from …

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