Thomas McCarty
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Thomas McCarty

PhotographerNew York, United States
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Thomas McCarty
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Thomas McCarty

PhotographerNew York, United States
About me
b. 1994 New York based photographer working between Fashion and Editorial spaces.
Projects
  • Amiyah Scott for CANDY Magazine
    Amiyah Scott for CANDY Magazine
  • 2016-2017
    2016-2017
  • Thom Browne FW17
    Thom Browne FW17
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Projects credited in
  • CYNTHIA NIXON ON POWER, PRIVILEGE AND THE PERILOUS STATE OF US POLITICS
    CYNTHIA NIXON ON POWER, PRIVILEGE AND THE PERILOUS STATE OF US POLITICSA year after campaigning—and ultimately losing—against Andrew Cuomo for governor of New York, Cynthia Nixon is still uncompromisingly committed to bringing on a change in US politics. In one of her first interviews since the much-covered election, the actor and politician speaks openly about her run, the rise of ‘The Cynthia Effect’—and who would be the right candidate for 2020. Photography Thomas Mccarty⁠⁠ Styling Rachael Rodgers⁠ Hair Josué Perez⁠ Make up Deanna Melluso ⁠ Set Design Ariel Bi
  • CHAMPIONING DIVERSITY: THOMAS MCCARTY
    CHAMPIONING DIVERSITY: THOMAS MCCARTYThomas McCarty was chosen by Hello Mr. as one of the up-and-coming talents shaping the creative worlds of today and tomorrow, as part of our collaboration with creative network The Dots. Read more about the other artists here or read on to learn more about Thomas’ work. Sometimes it takes another person to broaden your perspective. For young photographer Thomas McCarty, who grew up in Ohio, it was a teacher from New York who introduced him to the wondrous worlds of photography beyond his tiny town. “My perception of photography at that time was pretty landlocked within the mid-west; I didn’t really know what was going on outside of that,” Thomas says. ‘”I was taking a lot of really awful cheesy fashion photographs of my friends in parks or woods – very cliched pictures that everyone makes when they are really young.” He’d started experimenting with a simple camera at just 14, but spurred on by his teacher’s tales of New York, he moved there to study at the School of Visual Arts when he was 18. 
  • WETRANSFER AND THE DOTS PRESENT: CHAMPIONING DIVERSITY
    WETRANSFER AND THE DOTS PRESENT: CHAMPIONING DIVERSITYThis month some of the leading creatives from the LGBT+ community are curating our WeTransfer wallpapers. Working with creative network The Dots we invited movers and shakers – from Google’s Tea Uglow to filmmaker Matt Lambert – to choose an up-and-coming LGBT+ creative who they believe is shaping the creative worlds of today and tomorrow. Meet our 2017 selections below… Curator: Tea Uglow Artist: Hana Tanimura The amazing Tea Uglow is creative director of Google’s Creative Lab in Sydney. The l
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Education
    Photography
     - New York, United States