Three liberated girls in the photo book "Ghost Town"
September 18, 2018
That's what happens if you take the three liberated girls and arrange an exit photo session somewhere in an abandoned corner of the desert.
Stephan Würth is from Germany. Interest in photography he showed at the age of fourteen years during a family holiday in Spain. Even then, women who took sun baths on the Costa del Sol became their favorite subjects. In 2000, Wurth entered the Fort Lauderdale Art Institute, where he studied photography, after which he turned his hobby into his main occupation.
About the photo book "Ghost Town" (Ghost Town)
After moving from Munich to California, Stephan was fascinated by the mythical and endless desert expanses of the American West. His geographical love was embodied in a series of black and white photographs of the "Ghost City" This is a photo story about three women who travel in Nevada and find themselves on the side of a deserted road with a broken car.Stefan shot seven days on a black and white Kodak Tri-X film. He scanned the resulting images without resorting to retouching, and released it in the form of a book.
Stefan Wurth currently resides in the New York quarter of Greenwich Village with his wife, Vanessa. His editorial, fashion and nude photos can be found in many international editions, among them: Vogue, The New York Times, Porter Magazine, GQ, Playboy, Esquire, Galore Magazine, Treats Magazine and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Among the clients for whom he shot advertising campaigns: Levi's, Bonobos, Virgin Atlantic, Würth Group, A Pea in the Pod, The Related Group.