On the tails of a recent solo photography exhibition entitled The New God at WALLPLAY, a multimedia gallery in the Lower East Side, Brooklyn-based photographer Elizabeth Waugh was kind enough to invite Beautiful Savage into her studio.

For the last two years, Waugh has been documenting the faces of a new creative generation into a highly stylized series of over 150 black-and-white portraits from the confines of her giant, white-on-white Brooklyn studio. Her subjects are curators, artists, designers and writers—bold, avant-garde personalities who pursue their work by any means necessary.

Connect with Waugh on her Official Website

images from The New God

images courtesy of thenewgod.com

At WALLPLAY. Photo by: Olya Turcihin

At WALLPLAY. Photo by: Olya Turcihin

Elizabeth Waugh In Studio

Elizabeth Waugh In Studio

The New God is portrait of a generation engaged in reconceiving a world from nothing and emerging triumphant and beautiful from war and recession. A magnificence rising up, these new gods are the brazen heralds of a coming day.”

~Elizabeth Waugh

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