Martha Streck for Oyster #89 by Jolijn Snijders

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 8, 2010

Oyster Magazine takes to the windy apple for its most recent cover shoot starring Martha Streck. Outfitted by Imogene Barron in active wear from Adidas, ksubi, Josh Goot and more, the energetic blonde roams the streets of New York City photographed by Jolijn Snijders.

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13 thoughts on “Martha Streck for Oyster #89 by Jolijn Snijders”

  1. This style of work is really getting tiring and old. It’s starting to look a little dated. There’s really nothing interesting about it. Model poses in front of a white wall making exaggerated faces, which can be cool but can also become gimmicky, while photographer shoots her with flash on camera. Be a little more creative, people.

  2. Wow that hair is so bad (badly blended extensions anyone?) and the story looks so dated. It could be any random model test in the past 7 years by someone trying to mimic Mr Richardson’s style of photography.


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