Whether the work is fashion related, focused on branding or aimed at hyping the release of a new music video, Doria’s ability to find chemistry with the models in which she is working with is what keeps companies coming back season after season.
A perfect example of some of this photographer’s extraordinary work can be found in a collection of images she shot for innovative clothing company Bohemian Society. Doria beautifully captured models Mikhail Misha Shpilev & Aaron Mann, who are represented by Envy Model Management in Los Angeles, in a way that is not only visually striking, but serves as a wonderful exemplification of the brand’s raw and edgy vibe.
“This specific shoot with Bohemian Society was for the Los Angeles Times. Since the name of this collection by Victor Wilde was "Nothing" my inspiration for the shoot was to create an open concept of two models chasing reflections,” said photographer Adina Doria. “They both have their own characters and are trapped in this timeless feel. Mirrors are very powerful. They reflect what we want to see.”
Renowned for her work across multiple subject matters, Doria has fulfilled many professional capacities in her job as a photographer. As the set photographer on the music video for comedian Jesse Wellen’s “Cookie Dance,” Doria was responsible for capturing the kind of imagery that would make viewers stop what they’re doing and rush to watch the video.
Referred to by the Huffington Post as ‘Easily The Best Rap Video About Cookies You'll Ever See,’ when audiences browse the Internet for the Prank vs. Prank star’s video “Cookie Dance,” most, if not all, of the stills were captured by Ms. Doria. The video, which has been a huge success worldwide, currently has over Six Million views on Youtube and, like Doria, shows no signs of stopping.