Saturday, June 25, 2011
Marseille is France's second largest city after Paris. The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with it's summer lasting over six months from late April through October. Marseille is France's largest commercial port and largest French city on the Mediterranean coast. The costal city is also the home of 22 year old model Bryan Feray.
Bryan is a model I have wanted to feature on FH for some time. Bryan has a great look, strong, confident and a body and face beyond sexy. Photographer Pierre-Yves Monnerville (whom I first profiled this past May in Solitary Man: by Pierre-Yves Monnerville) recently had the opportunity to capture the the model on a beach in Marseilles and as you can see the results are breath taking!
Bryan lives in Marseilles and I was due to spend 2 days in Nice. I was browsing Model Mayhem to see who was around the area and came across Bryan's impressive profile. After the 1st contact he said that if I arranged his transport he could meet me anywhere. I ended up going to Marseilles though!
Those photos were shot on a nudist beach in Marseilles where Bryan usually goes to sunbathe. Bryan is straight but obviously very open minded and incredibly mature. You can tell he's been through a lot. He told me: "thank god for gay photographers. Nobody would bother taking photos of men otherwise!".
Thanks To Pierre-Yves for sharing this amazing set with FH. Bryan Feray, a french beach, the rocks the ocean and the work of Pierre-Yves Monnerville. If anyone needed another reason to book a ticket to Marseilles these shots should do it!
Check out Photo-Monnerville on his official site HERE:
Check out Bryan Feray on MM HERE: & on his facebook fan page HERE:
Being on vacation, my Broadway Bares coverage is a bit lae, but I will be sharing some of my favorite moments from the show. First up (at the suggestion of a special someone...) is the Monet inspired number featuring the 'aw shucks' adorable Andy Mills.
Tony nominee Robin De Jésus, In The Heights, played a mischievous frog in a game of bootie hide and froggie seek with Memphis' Andy Mills and his group of country boys – set among a Monet-inspired lily pond, represented by rippling screens of hand-painted silk.