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Joey Shaw (born 1969) is an internationally renowned fashion photographer. Shaw regularly shoots for many internationally recognized magazines, including Maxim, H magazine, Max, XS, Seven, Look, Velvet, GQ Italy. 
The Fashion Photographer Joey Shaw was born in Milan, Italy in 1969.
He studied economics in Milan till the day he had his very first images published; that changed his life and goals.
He started to photograph professionally in Milan, Italy, during the 90s, when Milan was the fashion capital of the world. He's been working with Eva Herzigova, Claudia Schiffer, Christy Turlington and Niki Taylor in those years.
Joey Shaw got his start in the fashion industry by shooting portraits of top Models in Milan and Paris till he got published with Vogue Sposa and a special cover with the top model Nadège for the Style magazine in 1996. But the big change came when he started developing the new incredible fashion trends of the Versace and the Ferre' Maisons, working very close with Gianni Versace and Gianfranco Ferrè. After those years Shaw has been contributing with magazines like Style, Maxim, Next, WLooK, around the world.
Shaw has also published two photographic books; Behind the scenes and Shades of Glamour. 
Shaw recently photographed, Sarah Hyland for H magazine and her May 2012 cover, as well as Adam Rodriguez, Kathleen Robertson, Lisa Edelstein, Lori Loughlin, Francia Raisa, Deborah Ann Woll and India Eisley;   
In June 2012 Shaw also directed the new fashion video editorial for the Diesel brand called Extra, distributed worldwide for the new 2012/2013 winter season.
Well known are the covers and the features of Debby Ryan, Taylor Spreitler, Tobin Bell, Arielle Kebbel, April Bowlby, Penelope Ann Miller, Ross McCall, Nicole Anderson and Jessica Lowndes.     
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