Someone once said photography is the way we have for fighting against the transience of life. Looking at the work of Thomas Hauser, we
can say photography is also the way to begin a conversation on the subject of beauty. What it really means. How it fades. How it appears
in people’s eyes. And, most of all, how we could train our gaze to get rid of the conventional aesthetics and start looking beyond.
Thomas Hauser is a photographer based in Berlin. His work, aimed to show the rawness and simplicity of beauty, he has been recently
featured in some of the most important fashion magazines. His muses, whether are flowers or women, stand fiercely in front of the
viewers, allowing them to question their aesthetic ideals. We talked about art, love, and that magical feeling when you see your photograph
appearing on the ground glass. (Text: stateone.net)