Jayson Brunsdon through the lens of Giang Cao

If you’re a reader of Giang Cao‘s blog Through The looking Glass, you’ll know that Giang is the type of photographer who captures more than just objects: in his snaps are feelings, moments. At Jayson Brunsdon‘s RAFW (Australian fashion week) show (which I rather loved), we asked Giang to capture the parade in his own particular style, and from the perspective of a front-row viewer.

Jayson Brunsdon Spring 2010

Jayson Brunsdon Spring 2010

The full series of images by Giang Cao have been added to the end of the Jayson Brunsdon gallery – be sure to click all the way through to see the rest.

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