Beginning in 2013, documentary photographer Brian Finke spent three years visiting the sets of hip hop video shoots to document the behind-the-scenes world of professional video models. Over the course of three years, he captured many of the industry’s well-known models as they lounged, preened, and dazed off between takes. His work is now available in a book entitled Hip Hop Honeys and published by powerHouse Books and on view in an exhibition at ClampArt in New York. When Finke set about documenting the professional lives of video models, he found himself on the set of video shoots for artists...
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