A few weeks ago, I caught a few minutes of Kevin Costner's 1994 version of Wyatt Earp. I remembered seeing it the theatre when I was a teen. I also remembered being fairly bored during that first viewing. What I didn't remember however, was my brief, but intense crush on the actor who played Wyatt as a teen.
That actor was Ian Bohen, and as adorable as he was as young Wyatt, he only graced the film for a few fleeting scenes in the beginning. Seeing him again however, had me looking to see what else Ian has done.
I didn't need to look far, I actually was familiar with Ian as an adult, and his role in Teen Wolf. I just hadn't made the connection to that early crush until I began to google and put the pieces together. Ian hasn't lost any of his appeal over the years and those eyes of him have lost none of their power to pull me in.
'If there were one room in your home which held all your secrets it would be the bathroom...'
Tye Briggs, 2011
Back in 2011, while profiling the work of photographer John Fallon, (Executing A Vision) I went into the bathroom, locked the door, and examined how so much of who we are, and who we try to be, begins and ends in the bathroom.
Bathrooms, and especially showers, are often used in shoots focused on the male form. In part, this is because bathrooms are a part of almost every location, home, studio's and for many, especially hotel and motel rooms. Bathrooms are also the room in our homes we are the most intimate with our bodies and ourselves.
When returning to the work of macpics, I decided this time, instead of focusing on one of his many models shoots, to instead jump into the shower. As you can see, many men have have gotten naked (or mostly naked) and posed, and cleaned off, in the Australian photographer's shower.
Here are some of my favorite's, some of the models I have featured before, some have never been showcased on FH before. Enjoy, and try not to get wet!