Originally trained as a graphic designer, the Amsterdam based Marco van Rijt has quickly established himself as a portrait photographer for the cool circuit of fashion, including: Rad Hourani, Sonny Groo and Valentijn de Hingh. Over the past several years, van Rijt’s minimalist fashion editorial scenes have graced the pages of That Magazine Paris,TheOnes2Watch, and Vogue Italia.
In this submitted BULLETT editorial, “STRANGER” van Rijt puts his stark androgynous twist on the classic fashion story. With clean but avant-garde menswear by the likes of Raf Simons, Prada, and Jil Sander, van Rijt captures a curiously alienating character as he moves through vacant streets.
Scroll through the images above for more from the editorial Stranger and read below for more on van Rijt’s perspective on…
Hometown Delft, a small town in the Netherlands
Favorite color Black
Go-To Song “Zombie” by The Cranberries
A good image… Captures the perfect moment
A bad image… is without thinking.
The first time I held a camera I… was three years old.
Color versus black and white? Black and white
Analog versus digital? Digital
What’s something other than your camera that goes with you everywhere? My hard disk.
Photographer: Marco Van Rijt, at Eric Elenbaas
Stylist: Yuanyi Jeff Lee
Model: Luka Badnjar, at Succes Models Paris
Make Up Artist: sabine morandini
Hair Stylist: Celine Martin
Stylist’s Assistant Hung Jun Lai