David Bellemere has cultivated a photography style that revels openly in the sensual and eroticised. These light-dappled images from the latest issue of Treats! Magazine are representative of his trademark style: the kind of shots that juxtapose architecture and nature and the female body. They draw wantonly from the archives of erotic image cliches – model Anthea in nothing but tennis shoes holding a racquet, or sucking girlishly on a lollypop – but they do so knowingly, and with Bellemere’s own touch.

Treats Magazine David Bellemere

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Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)
Anthea by David Bellemere for Treats! Magazine (NSFW)

Boldly erotic, and beautiful for it, you can view the shoot by David Bellemere for Treats! at the gallery.

For more from Treats! visit treatsmagazine.com.

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