The ironic world of Tony Kelly — the genius of advertising photographyBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-ironic-world-of-tony-kelly-the-genius-of-advertising-photography
Photographer Tony Kelly is seriously called the modern Helmut Newton. This is not surprising, because his works are actually close in spirit to the master's masterpieces. They are cinematic, stylish, sexy, ironic — the list goes on endlessly. And Kelly's pictures are clear to everyone and are liked by both sophisticated gourmets in modern art and ordinary viewers. (Careful! Nude).
Tony Kelly was born in 1975 in Dublin, the capital of Ireland. He started his career as a photographer early, but at the same time he did not even think about working in the fashion industry. Kelly became a reporter filming in hot spots. He traveled all over the world, visiting Afghanistan, Rwanda, the Middle East, and South American countries. Sometimes Kelly was on the verge of death, but always fulfilled the task of the editorial office.
And then Tony got fed up with the smell of gunpowder gases, blood on the sand and racing on shaking SUVs. He spent his vacation in Barcelona, filming the beauty of the sun-drenched city and the girls on the beach. A new look at photography captured the young photographer, and he went to live and work in Los Angeles.
In California, Kelly successfully entered the world of fashion photography and realized that this was his. Since then, Tony Kelly has never fallen out of the trend. His pictures are very popular and can be seen on the pages of the most popular glossy magazines.
The creative director of the British magazine British GQ once said the following about Kelly: