Jeremy Floto and Cassandra Wagner live in Brooklyn, New York City.
Floto+Warner are famous for their incisive look at modern architecture, industrial spaces and landscapes, offering through their images new perspectives on the relationship between place, figure and form.
Their photos regularly appear in numerous magazines such as Dwell, Fortune, Time, W Magazine, Vanity Fair and AD and they count among their clients Volkswagen, Canon, Barclay’s, AT&T, Prada and OMA/Rem Koolhaas to name but a few…
Their works have been exhibited at the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Walker Art Center and the Yale University Art Gallery.
Jeremy Floto grew up in a small town in the Nevada desert where he was immediately seduced by the desire to represent vast spaces.
Cassandra Warner was raised in New York State, near Albany, where her early fascination with architecture was inspired by her practice of roller skating in the marble lobby of the very futuristic Empire State Plaza (Albany).
Jeremy and Cassandra met on the benches of the Rochester Institute of Technology where their common inspirations quickly led them to the former talented duo : Floto+Warner. They have been a team for nearly 20 years and bring their very specific vision to each of their shots.
Whether it is for an advertising film for Volkswagen or to cover a subject on one of the largest garage sales in the world for TIME Magazine, Floto+Warner shares the same aesthetic sensibility.
Their superb series called Colourant immortalizes masterful projections of colored liquid in hovering sculptures in the air. For these photos, taken in a theatrical setting, the artist duo chose the arid landscape of northern Nevada. These breathtaking photos were taken at a speed of 1/3500th of a second, transforming the invisible and ephemeral into the eternal.