Swedish photographer Emmelie Hedenstrom’s website (link below) not only showcases her commercial work for corporate portraiture, fashion & beauty and more, but has an extra reason to stop by.
“Murder In The Bath House” is a narrative photo suite in ten chapters, conceived and written by the photographer herself along with Ada Skarp. Viewers are invited to “put on your detective’s hat and study the photos. If you look closely and carefully, you will gradually be able to decipher the hidden clues, untangle the relationships and discover the motives. Piece everything together and the whole story will unfold”.
Hedenstrom assembled a cast of seven models, period-perfect props, wardrobe and accessories for a location shoot at Stockholm’s Centralbadet. Her classic photo-noir mystery is a darkly lurid tale of tawdry affairs, deceit and murder, the images riddled with both red herrings and subtle clues. Check Hedenstrom’s beautifully set, art directed and lensed images, and “Murder In The Bath House” in particular, just a few random images from which are shown here.