The New York fashion and runway model, Vin Wick, spent an afternoon with us in the studio this summer. He provided thorough testing of the studio's new space atop a building in New York City's Flatiron District. His six-foot frame seemed oversized for most of the studio's furniture and when extended, challenged the space's low, 8-foot ceiling.
Experienced model that he is, he needed scant direction. Striking one pose after another, he stretched and twisted. His frame writhed. His legs and arms extended and then collapsed back on each other. It was like photographing a shape-shifting pretzel as he coiled and contorted.
The results are a delightful gallery of striking poses that make good use of the model's trim, runway physique.
For the curious, in the background is midtown Manhattan's East Side, on a late summer afternoon.