Photography by Iain McKell – British fashion, portrait and social documentary photographer whose work has been published in L’uomo Vogue, i-D and The Face.
After shooting a scene for Manumission the Movie and spending time in The Motel, Iain Mckell asked us if he could photograph us for Italian Vogue. The photographs ended up capturing the last supper of the Manumission crew – after Manumission had been closed out of Privilege forever, by the insane club owner!
The photographs were used here below in an article for The Sunday Times.
On another note, for any of you animal lovers out there. A dear friend of ours sadly passed away earlier this year. He ran a wonderful shelter for animals on his farm in Ibiza. Including protecting endangered species… There is a link at the bottom of this page for those of you who are in a position to help the farm look after their beautiful animals – including Oscar the donkey and Molly the horse.
The cast captured by Iain. More of his pictures can be seen here: https://missionmansion.com/once-upon-a-time/
‘As some of you will know, Ronnie Anderson – the man behind the wonderful organic livestock farm Can P’ere Mussona here on Ibiza, passed away earlier this year. A passionate rare breeds specialist, Ronnie worked with the Department of Genetics at the University of Cordoba and more than doubled the number of Formentera Black Pigs in existence, as well as providing a home for a flock of Ibicenco sheep which has flourished.
The farm also provides refuge for animals who have been mis-treated and seized by the government. It’s currently home to Oscar the donkey, Molly the horse and even to a tortoise.’
After his passing the farm has no income and the animals still need to be fed, cared for and rehoused. Here is a link for a gofundme for the farm animals – if you are in a position to help these beautiful creatures.