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Assist TBP artists and grow

We are constantly looking for young photographers & stylists to assist our key teams and to learn from them. The idea is to build and train the young blood by giving them professional environment and to provide them the right path in their careers, meanwhile help TBP artists on creative and interesting projects by being their extra hands.

If you are looking to assist any of our artists please write us your name, email, website, Instagram and send us an email at info@thingsbypeople.com by placing the subject as "Young Blood".

We are looking forward to hear from you

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Mustafa Yanaz signs up with Tbp

Mustafa is a session hairstylist based in New York. Mustafa has worked with a variety of magazines that range from Glamour to TUSH.

Mustafa has assisted major stylists such as Eugene Souleiman for several years supporting Fashion Week in New York, Milan, Paris and London as well as Luigi Murenu, Duffy and Jimmy Paul. Mustafa has worked celebrities like Gigi Hadid, Alessandra Ambrosio, Irina Shaik, Daphne Groeneveldand several others.

New York

Silja Magg joins Tbp

Silja Magg is a photographer from Iceland based out of New York. She was chosen 2012 PDN 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch.

Her work has been published in magazines like: Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire, Elle, Glamour, Allure, WWD to name a few

Silja has shot for clients like: French Connection, Barneys, Bloomingdales, Moda Operandi,  Aerin,  Moncrief London, Botkier 

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Hadid's grooming by Toni Malt for the cover of Vogue Man Arabia

Recent story for Vogue Arabia featuring one and only big HADID. Groomed by Toni Malt for the cover of Vogue Arabia.

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Kay Li AW/FW 18 Campaign

There is not much this city knows about the hidden gem of Kay Li. A Hong Kong based-Living in Dubai, designer and a visionary carries an iconic, waste free, unique fashion brand, by her name. Her current campaign, shot in collaboration with TBP teams is modern take on the women of now. Independent, strong & masculine. Her line is inspired by the times when women was asked to dress like a women! Kay Li's answer in her collection clearly determines the opposite but by keeping it a bit feminine. Check out the collection at https://www.kay-li.com

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