Miami based photographer George Regz is best known for creating portraits with a certain allure by using elements of noir consisting of shadows, a splash of paint, and just the right amount of lighting. The use of vibrant colors in contrast to the darkness are used to pop and highlight aspects of his profound concepts throughout the editing process.
Regz has been shooting since high school as a yearbook editor. His interest in photography snowballed by taking on assignments of capturing student life during his college years at the University of Central Florida where he majored in journalism with a specialty in visual communication/photo journalism.
Soon after graduating with his camera in-hand he attended an art exhibit that sparked a fire for his creative outlet after photographing body painted models. The event lead him to want to create his own visuals of live art while drawing out themes and capturing them in portraits that requires use of unconventional materials while developing his own photographic style.
Throughout his creative endeavors and dedication his work became slowly recognized via social media as of 2011 by thousands.
In 2012 Regz stepped foot in the world of fashion after being approached by designer Raul Peñaranda to cover one of his shows during New York Fashion Week. Collaborating with Peñaranda led to an internship in 2014-2015 where Regz was offered the opportunity to shoot the designer's fall look books.
In 2015, Regz had a viral photo campaign through Ambiente Magazine featuring TS Madison advocating for trans-awareness in the LGBT community, a movement that he strongly believes in.
Currently, Regz is looking to expand his horizons and broaden his portfolio in the fashion industry to incorporate his style towards major campaigns.