Often, many musicians, actors, and artists talk about who of the Great Ones influenced their work. One was listening to Jimi Hendrix since he was a kid, the other grew up on Fellini's films, and the third went to the museum and spent hours looking at the paintings of the Great Masters. Sometimes I experience the opposite process, because I am inspired by the people that I work with. It seems like an ordinary work routine: you ask the model to hold the flower and cover herself with a light cloth, you look for the right light ... and then suddenly one wave of eyelashes, one random gesture - and I, as if in slow motion, look at myself from the side, where my model is no longer just a model, but some real noble model in the studio of one of the artists of the Upper Renaissance ... ... And the frame itself turns out like a painting. I am inspired by what we managed to create together and, realizing that it looks like something, but I don't know what, I suddenly sit at the computer and try to get to know all the artists at once, because it's so beautiful! This is how it is - reverse inspiration ... What did I mean by this? Well, just wanted to say, that the “secret element” of gorgeous photography is an insane love for the process. If I had not been inspired by the people I work with, it would have been pointless. Love you all.