Born in Icoaraci, district of Belém do Pará and with more than 15 years dedicated to photography, Rafael Pavarotti is based in London and is a regular contributor to the pages of Vogue, in addition to being represented by the Art + Commerce agency, one of the most prestigious in the world.
Recently, the Pará native was noticed by international giants, such as Dior, and photographed the brand’s summer campaign, revealed earlier this year. In 2019, however, the professional was one of only two Brazilians to be part of the British Council’s annual list, which lists the 100 most creative names in the world.
Currently, he is considered one of the biggest names in fashion today, and photographed singer Beyoncé, stars on the cover of the July issue of British Vogue magazine.
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The cover photo shows the singer wearing a black dress and riding a red horse. Next to it, the words: “Beyoncé turns up the heat” which, in free translation, means “Beyoncé turns up the heat”.
The rehearsal is part of the process of promoting “Renaissance” (Renascimento, in free translation), the singer’s new album, announced this morning and which will be released on July 29.