Annawon means “chief” or “leader” in the Algonquian-Wakashan language and it’s also a nice wordplay with my name. I had been nurturing the desire to do this photoshoot for so long and back on January we finally did it! Stefanie (the model) knew some people who trained falcons to reduce the pidgeon’s population in my city, so I got in touch with them… the trainer was super kind and agreed on going to the abandoned quarry with us. I just wish Uzi (the beautiful falcon) could have stayed a little longer with us. They had to go somewhere else after only half an hour into the shooting. It was a great day nonetheless, we had lots of fun and the photos turned out beautiful!


Annawon significa “chefe” ou “líder” na língua Algonquian-Wakashan e também é uma brincadeira interessante com o meu nome. Eu estava nutrindo o desejo de fazer esse ensaio há tanto tempo e em Janeiro nós finalmente conseguimos fazer! Stefanie (a modelo) conhecia algumas pessoas que treinam falcões para reduzir a população de pombos na minha cidade, então eu entrei em contato com eles… o treinador foi super gentil em concordar em ir à pedreira abandonada conosco. Eu só queria que a Uzi (a linda falcão) tivesse ficado conosco um pouco mais. Eles tiverem que ir embora apenas meia hora depois de termos começado a fotografar. Foi um dia ótimo de qualquer forma, nos divertimos muito e as fotos ficaram muito bonitas!















Sometimes I can’t decide between color or black and white…





For these photos, we had a big team, which made it lots of fun. But I must say Dario did a great job with the styling and Stefanie rocked the poses!


Para essas fotos, tivemos uma grande equipe, o que fez ficar tudo mais divertido. Mas eu tenho que dizer que o Dario arrasou no styling e a Stefanie mandou muito bem nas poses!



Team Editorial Annawon

Photography & Edition: Anna Theodora
Model: Stefanie Zanon
Styling: Dario Oliveira
Hair & Make up: Carlos Secati
Making of: Guilherme Benites
Assistants: Larissa Zanon, Gustavo Neves, Victor Lima, Guilherme Canedesi

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11 Responses to ANNAWON

  1. David Schook says:

    Amazing shots from an amazing team. AnnA, you continue to amaze and delight me!

  2. Guilherme Cenedesi says:

    Hey babs!

    Belas fotos! Ficaram bem bacana!

    Lugar legal também, só fiquei com pena do meu carro ..rssrs.

    Mas o dia foi ótimo, Parabéns!


  3. Ken says:

    A great series of photographs from you, AnnA, helped by having a lovely model and a well-organised team. But dare I say that the star of the show was that wonderful headdress? I’m aware that there are many different national headdresses that have become iconic in world history, but for me, that full feathered headdress is by far the most striking. In its hey-day it was probably never worn by a woman, but seen in your photos on this gorgeous model, it loses none of its power to impress. Full marks to you for making such striking use of it!
    Ken xox

  4. Raoel says:

    wow so stunning !!! that colours wow !!!

  5. Keith says:

    She’s got the right face and attitude for this concept and great shooting as usual.

  6. Seb! says:

    Wow these images are so wonderful!

  7. Seb! says:

    Reblogged this on bastianised weblog and commented:
    A recommendation of a wonderful work of Anna and her team!

  8. Sarah-Lou says:

    Amazing serie, so perfect, sophisticated, inspiring!

  9. god your good – these are great –

  10. Bobby says:

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