Burris likes black—not just the black that contrasts with white backgrounds, human skins and other trappings. He likes black hair, black stripes, black fabric, black hats and boots, and perhaps even a black way of seeing things… It would be less noticeable if his photographs were in color, but that would take away from their nostalgic charm. A nostalgia for the style and the era—the 1990s—that the beauties passing before his lens try to communicate. With Burris, we are reminded that fashion photography is never better than when the girl looks sexy, playful, and—however she poses or dances—natural.
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