Sara Choe interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // October 2014
"As much as I love fashion and awesome clothes, I’m the kind of girl who’s all about comfort. My everyday attire pretty much consists of sports attire, sweats, and loose tees & tanks! And those who know me or have seen me around can definitely attest to that (laughing). On that note, the most memorable items of clothing I wore while shooting was Vegan and biodegradable yoga wear by the brand, Green Apple Active.”
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  • Camera: Nikon D7000
  • Aperture: f/6.3
  • Exposure: 1/250th
  • Focal Length: 35mm

Sara Choe interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // October 2014

"As much as I love fashion and awesome clothes, I’m the kind of girl who’s all about comfort. My everyday attire pretty much consists of sports attire, sweats, and loose tees & tanks! And those who know me or have seen me around can definitely attest to that (laughing). On that note, the most memorable items of clothing I wore while shooting was Vegan and biodegradable yoga wear by the brand, Green Apple Active.”

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Jonathan Leder Talks Promiscuities for JUNNNKTANK // October 2014

"I grew up in New York City in the 70s and so a lot of the cultural references and childhood memories are things that I have an affinity for. All artists have their own visual lexicons, and I think the classic look you refer too is simply my own personal visual dictionary. Moods, ideas, places, faces, that I feel resonate with me personally. It’s a reflection of ones life."

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Barbara Desiree Kovach is the featured interview on JUNNNKTANK // October 2014
"My journey started back my sophomore year in high school. I was given a project and I needed a camera to photograph a few things. A friend allowed me to borrow his Nikon Coolpix (Team Canon, though), from thereI just started shooting objects rather than people, then moved on to landscaping a bit. Eventually I studied under photographer Dexter Cohen. One day, I ran across photographer Raymond Croft’s page. —His work and style inspired me to shoot people! From there I sprouted into what I’ve become today!"
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  • Camera: Nikon D7100
  • Aperture: f/2.8
  • Exposure: 1/60th
  • Focal Length: 55mm

Barbara Desiree Kovach is the featured interview on JUNNNKTANK // October 2014

"My journey started back my sophomore year in high school. I was given a project and I needed a camera to photograph a few things. A friend allowed me to borrow his Nikon Coolpix (Team Canon, though), from thereI just started shooting objects rather than people, then moved on to landscaping a bit. Eventually I studied under photographer Dexter Cohen. One day, I ran across photographer Raymond Croft’s page. —His work and style inspired me to shoot people! From there I sprouted into what I’ve become today!"

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Quentin Felder interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // October 2014

"My journey started back my sophomore year in high school. I was given a project and I needed a camera to photograph a few things. A friend allowed me to borrow his Nikon Coolpix (Team Canon, though), from thereI just started shooting objects rather than people, then moved on to landscaping a bit. Eventually I studied under photographer Dexter Cohen. One day, I ran across photographer Raymond Croft’s page. —His work and style inspired me to shoot people! From there I sprouted into what I’ve become today!"

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Meagan Page interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // October 2014

"To be honest, I didn’t become confident with my physical appearance until the end of my senior year of high school. I had braces, horrible acne, and my body hadn’t developed at all. I’ve always had a butt but you know high school boys love boobies. (laughing) I am fortunate enough, now, that I am 100% comfortable in my own skin and mentality. Most women don’t fully accept themselves until they’ve reached their 40’s. —F that. Why wait was always my question. I hope I don’t come off as arrogant but I absolutely love everything about my physical appearance, especially my butt, so I definitly love to accentuate it during photo shoots… I think I’m obsessed (laughing). I am very curvy for being so thin and petite. Mentally, I still have some growing to do but that is all part of the journey. “

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Kawehi interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // September 2014

I did the band thing. —It was great, but it’s hard to get five knuckleheads (myself included) into one room to practice every week. Everyone has their own lives to live. And I did the solo singer/songwriter chick with a guitar thing and I got bored. I didn’t feel like I was getting any better, and my music kind of plateaued and I’ve always wanted to loop, so I thought, what the hell?  It’s time. Let’s do it.

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Mieke Ola Jansen interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // October 2014
"Growing up in Durban, a beach city in South Africa, I was always in a bikini, surfing and swimming in the ocean and I never really thought about my body, so naturally accepted it for how it looks. Even though a healthy diet and exercise has always been an extremely important part of my life, I feel very blessed to not have any issues with my body. I don’t find myself accentuating any part of my body when shooting, I like to emphasize every curve and every muscle."
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  • Camera: Canon EOS 7D
  • Aperture: f/10
  • Exposure: 1/100th
  • Focal Length: 40mm

Mieke Ola Jansen interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // October 2014

"Growing up in Durban, a beach city in South Africa, I was always in a bikini, surfing and swimming in the ocean and I never really thought about my body, so naturally accepted it for how it looks. Even though a healthy diet and exercise has always been an extremely important part of my life, I feel very blessed to not have any issues with my body. I don’t find myself accentuating any part of my body when shooting, I like to emphasize every curve and every muscle."

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Rachel Faulkner interviewed for JUNNNKTANK // September 2014

"I have not always been comfortable in my own skin. I truly feel that once I started modeling, it allowed me to open up. As a model, you are often opening up to someone you hardly know anything about (the photographer). When I model or act, I put myself in my own world, and I have an emotional connection with the camera. A photo/video shoot allows me to be myself."

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