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For other people named Tony Kelly, see Tony Kelly (disambiguation). Tony Kelly (born 1975) is an Irish fashion photographer. He grew up in Dublin, Ireland and is currently based in Paris. His work has been published in Vanity Fair, Playboy (US Edition), Playboy (French Edition), NY Arts, GQ, GQ Style, Flaunt, Vanidad, French, El País Semanal, PHOTO, Professional Photographer, View of the Times and Edelweiss. He has shot advertising campaigns for American Apparel, Custo Barcelona, Jennyfer, Triton (Brazil), Bershka, New Yorker and Yves Rocher and recently photographed Alexandra Richards for Playboy magazine (French Edition). Kelly's photographs are frequently overtly sexual in nature. He has been described as “Irreverent, uncouth and provocative”[1] and "Spontaneous, talkative and hyper-energetic”.[2] PHOTO magazine also said his images "play with humour and provocation" and that "His flashy style has conquered the world of fashion".[3] James Mullinger, Photo Editor of GQ Magazine described him as a "modern genius" who works "at an incredible pace".[4] Kelly started his career in the Irish and UK newspaper industry where he worked as a photographer for Independent Newspapers and News International. His assignments included the conflicts in Rwanda and Afghanistan.[5] References ^ GQ España, Edition 134, June 2008, P.26 ^ Nathalie Cattaruzza, 2008. PHOTO magazine, Edition 447, March 2008, P.58 ^ Julie Hamaide, 2009. PHOTO magazine, Edition 461, July/August 2009, P.68 ^ James Mullinger, 2009. Professional Photographer Magazine August 20th 2009 ^ Tony Kelly Photography - Bio External links Official Site Persondata Name Kelly, Tony Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1975 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about an Irish artist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a European photographer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e