WHAT NOW?! By photographer Tarik Carroll

Great black & white photography by Tarik Carroll

We are delighted to present you with some great black and white photography by photographer Tarik Carroll.

One should also appreciate contribution of a photo model Nelly Marshal and his beautiful face and body.

Let’s enjoy this great photo shoot together this Weekend!

Tarik Carroll

Photographer, Body Positivity Activist & Visual Artist

TARIK CARROLL  specializes in fashion, music and commercial photography. The Brooklyn native loves family, art  and community.  A graduate of The New York Institute of Technology, Tarik has a B.F.A. in Graphic Design.  

Tarik uses his lens on uniquely fresh contemporary aesthetic to fuse elements of pop art, graphic design & photography. Tarik Carroll’s work has been featured in several major publications & news outlets including TEEN VOGUEPAPER, People MagazineNBCStrut by MICNYLON, Afro Punk,NewNowNext, Brit + COThe Human Rights Campaign, BuzzFeed, AZCentralCreem, Super-Selected, Ellements, HUF, Vibe, Giant, The New York Times, Dimension Mag, Adon, CP Trends & C-Heads, etc… He has also worked with celebrities and socialites such as Corbin Bleu, Eric West. In addition to  international recording artists such as Cupcakke The Rapper, Trevor Moran, Diana GordonShe’s Ryan, and Moxiie.


Basquiat, Jean Paul Goude, GL Wood, Andy Warhol, Sarah Silver, David Lachapelle, Avedon, Matthew Rolston, & Madonna

Brooklyn native Tarik Carroll is a fashion, music, and commercial photographer whose signature style blends his pop art influences with graphic design adding a fresh, audacious twist. He uses vibrant colors as well as intense black and white images to create his own uniquely fresh contemporary aesthetic.

Growing up, Tarik experienced being isolated and discriminated for being “not thin enough, not thick enough, too pale, too black or simply not beautiful enough” and started reflecting on the pressures by society to conform to stereotypes of beauty and perfection.

By entering the fashion industry, Tarik soon discovered that basically a wide array of men from different walks of life have at least once struggled with body image issues.

In the Mission’s section of his website, Tarik recalls: “Listening to male models with bodies that rival greek gods tell me that they too suffer from body image issues was equally eyeopening and jarring. Hearing damaging childhood stories of isolation, fear and obsessive self scrutiny made me realize that as men, we had more in common than I previously believed.”

Fashion Photos by Tarik Carroll

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