Four young photographers talk creativity, opportunity and race.
In the wake of the social justice movement and the pandemic, a new generation of image-makers is reinventing the look and feel of fashion media. Among those challenging antiquated ideas of beauty, celebrity and style are Kennedi Carter, 22; Quil Lemons, 23; and Ahmad Barber, 30, and Donté Maurice, 26, who work together as AB+DM. They have photographed Beyoncé for British Vogue (Ms. Carter), Billie Eilish for Vanity Fair and Telfar Clemens for Time (Mr. Lemons); Zendaya for Essence and InStyle, Regina King and Viola Davis for Entertainment Weekly and Stacey Abrams for Marie Claire (AB+DM), among other covers.
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