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Shimon and Tammar are a husband and wife pair who specialize in "Photographic Choreography," bringing together fractions of reality captured with the camera to create a new visual language. Their work is a fresh take on difficult subjects like food, dance, fashion and people, all in combination with each other - savory, but stylish at the same time. Focusing on the most intricate details, they produce a gorgeous final shot with complete perspective in their images, whether an intimate still-life or a grand tableau. A quote from artist Peter Tabor describes their partnership perfectly - "Collaboration is working together with another to create something as a synthesis of two practices, that alone one could not." Both born in Israel and living and working in New York City for the past 14 years, they have shot campaigns for world renowned advertising agencies such as Ogilvy, JWT, BBDO and McCann-Erickson, to name a few and their work has also been featured in some of the world's leading publications and magazines.

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From the series Thirsty by Shimon and Tammar

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