I'm excited to be working on a new season of the Portrait Session podcast in partnership with Armani Exchange Connected. With the introduction of the hybrid smartwatch by Armani Exchange — a basic watch, now redefined with tech utility for effortless style and function — I wanted to connect with the stylish men I photograph on the street by bringing them into the studio for a portrait and have a chat about their particular approach to their personal style, work life and play.
In this episode, I connected with Timothy Nicol-Ford, the Fashion Programme Manager at the Sherman Centre for Culture & Ideas in Sydney and one half of demi-couture ethical fashion label Nicol & Ford. It was only a few months ago when a friend of mine shared Timothy’s Instagram profile with me, insisting I get in touch with him to feature on the blog. His love for vintage fashion was wonderfully unusual for a man living in Sydney, like a walking museum at times, full of knowledge behind every piece he wears. We could have chatted for hours more, but we restrained ourselves, focusing on the future of fashion, authenicity and finding your creative family.