Photojournal: A Bed Time Story for the Over 18

Bathtub. Photo Michael Bakouch. A Bedtime Story. Bathtub. Photo Michael Bakouch. A Bedtime Story.

Think bedtime stories are just for children? Think again. A Bed Time Story is a new book that combines literature, video, and song all at once. The project combines sex, suspense, and forbidden fantasy in the first installment of an eventual trilogy written by L.C. Moon. The project launched December 10 at the Bonsecours Market in Old Montreal. Other artists involved in the project include Selena Moreno, MIke Stryker, Brent Bourgeois and Andrew Rozario, We sent Michael Bakouch to photograph the actors in attendance.

ABTS -  Bedtime Story book cover

5 Couvert - Book cover A Bedtime Story

Andrew Rozario-?-?-

 

board

Selena Moreno

 

 Selena Morano 2

Azzi&Lana Chacra

Brent Bourgeois Producer

Selena Moreno and people

Rollup

Photo Group

Lc Moon-Selena Moreno

Camille Azzi

Brandon Hirsh-?-Selena Moreno-Andrew Rozario

A Bedtime Story launches in January and will be in print at Amazon for $12.99 and as an eBook for $7.99 via iBooks (for iPads), Amazon (for Kindles), Barnes & Noble (for NOOKs), Kobo, Copia, Gardners Books, Baker & Taylor, eSentral and Scribd. The self-titled soundtrack is mostly available on iTunes, Facebook, Spotify, Amazon, Shazam and CD Baby.

 

For more of Michael Bakouch’s photographic work, check out his website HERE and his blog HERE.

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About Michael Bakouch

I'm Michaël, a photographer focused on people in different places. The streets are my medium. So what is "street photography?" Street Photography is an art. It communicates the human condition in public places, within or without urban environments. The presence of the street is not necessary. Its people and or objects can be absent. The environment in which the image is projects the essence of human character. You will discover through my lens how I capture a city, its people and moments. A picture speaks a thousand words Its reality is untouchable, transparent and invisible to our fixed and restrictive fields of vision. (Michaël Bakouch) Contact: Website | More Posts