It’s September 2016 and we have discovered Miriam Franco.
VOLO Magazine receives an army of submissions every month from all over the world. About 50% make the cut to visit our editors desk to be either selected for a Magazine editorial, A VOLO Collection showcase or just constructive feedback from our editors back to the photographers. But sometimes there are submissions that just get pushed ahead of the line and showcased on the VOLO Collections almost immediately. Such was the reaction of our editorial team when they came across the photoshoot titled ‘Body of Flour‘ by Miriam Franco, a photographer from Madrid, Spain.
There is a point in most serious photographers life when they reach that turn where their next project ascends to a level which can truly be called ‘world class’. With ‘Body of Flour’ Miriam Franco has achieved that level in every department of the fine art photography category we call: ‘In studio – Artificial Light – Figure Nudes’.
VOLO: Lets talk about ‘Body of Flour’ , when did you get the idea for this shoot? Were you inspired by anyone?
We are going to be looking out for more great pieces of art from Miriam Franco and we are sure the VOLO world will love and embrace her work.