A young Lord Byron or perhaps even Gentleman Jack Junior served as the inspiration for the wonderful editorial entitled 'Dylan & Dasha'... For HUNGER magazine, male model Dylan Johnstone stood in front of the camera of Fenton BAILEY c/o TONIC REPS, London. The spread was photographed in London's Smashbox Studio. Styling: Carlos Mangubat. Fenton is the son of legendary British photographer David Bailey – who has long outgrown the extra-large footsteps of his father. Fenton, together with his life partner, is the founder of extremely successful production company World of Wonder in Los Angeles.
We quote Wikipedia : "World of Wonder Productions is a production company founded in 1991 by filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato. Based in Los Angeles, California, the company produces reality and documentary television programs, feature films, and new media, primarily specialized in documenting erotica, sexuality and sex-related subculture.
Among its documentary films are 'Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures' (2016), 'Inside Deep Throat' (2005), 'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' (2000), 'Party Monster' (1998), 'Monica in Black and White', 'Heidi Fleiss: The Would-be Madam of Crystal', and 'I Am Britney Jean'. Among the company's television productions are 'RuPaul's Drag Race', the 'Million Dollar Listing' series, 'Big Freedia' (Fuse), and 'Island Hunters'.
With offices in Hollywood and London, the duo has produced programming for HBO, Showtime, Logo, VH1, IFC, Discovery, OWN, TLC, E!, HGTV, PBS, and Channel 4. Its company blog, The WOW Report, was named Best Counter Culture Blog by LA Weekly. In 2014, Bailey and Barbato were honored with the IDA Pioneer Award, "celebrating exceptional achievement, leadership and vision in the nonfiction and documentary community." GoSee and enjoy : worldofwonder.net