Italian Dubbers in The New Yorker

May 14, 2014 4:47 pm

I spent all of January in Rome working on this personal project about the voice actors who dub Hollywood films into Italian. Just a few weeks before arriving I made the decision to not only photograph them, but do it in a setting that was reminiscent to their characters most iconic films. Pictured below are the men who have been the voices of John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson for decades. This was so much fun to create and I’m honored that The New Yorker has featured it today. Check it out if you’ve got a moment!

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