Though Max Di Biaggio's fascination for beauty and models started at a young age, it wasn't until his time in college at Fashion Institute of Technology that he discovered fashion photography was what he loved. His style is created by his unique contrast between subject and background, while using negative space, pulling you away from the basic center shot sometimes, and allowing you to see the world which surrounds his characters.
Years of hard work quickly propelled him forward in the fashion photography scene and allowed him to photograph models from top agencies, including, most recently Johanna Krupa, named Sexiest woman alive. He has traveled the world not just as a photographer, but as a producer, director, and teacher at workshops to young aspiring photographers. His keen eye and style also caught the attention of a few people/executives in TV and Movies, which unexpectedly led to a cross-over to TV and motion pictures while still doing his fashion photography.
In April of 2010, Max began working as Associate Producer on the set of TV series "SAFD", which led director of the show, Alex Merkin (Across The Hall) to ask Max to act as Producer on various projects including music videos, commercials, and Merkin's up and coming film "The Vault".
Welcome Max -- Successful, designers,fashion photographers and those in the fashion business or seeking a career in fashion must know how to market themselves as well as their collections/services… Check out our two most recent Fashion books; Fashion Public Relations,(2010) and The Real World Guide to Fashion Selling & Management, Gerald J. Sherman & Sar S. Perlman, Fairchild Books, Division of Conde Nast Publications, NY…Available for purchase directly from the publisher: Call Fairchild Books, call Customer Service ask for Sandra – 1.800.932.4724 if they are busy leave a message and she will call you right back or contact www. Amazon.com
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding, Fashion Public Relations or The Real World to Fashion Selling & Management...I will be most happy to be of assistance...Best wishes, gjs (Former Adjunct FIT)
They say that,"fashion is change"but, just to change is not fashion...Your thoughts!