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Last Nights Party

LastNightsParty.com offers a behind-the-scenes look into the most exclusive parties around the world. With over 500,000 unique visitors and seven million page views a month, LastNightsParty.com’s galleries of hipsters, models, and the fashion community have captured a global audience. LastNightsParty is also an Abrams book released worldwide.

Bronques is the controversial nightlife personality behind the website lastnightsparty.com. Based in New York, he is the site’s founder and sole photographer and travels frequently to Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Austin, Berlin, London, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, and a host of other party destinations to photograph events, parties, and the party people. In recent years, LastNightsParty and Bronques have been featured in myriad newspapers and periodicals including Rolling Stone, in which LastNightsParty.com was proclaimed the world’s hottest website, Newsweek, The New York Times, Vogue Italia, British Vogue, URB, GQ Germany, Stuff, The Village Voice, Fader, and I-D. In addition, Bronques has regularly contributed editorial work to a bevy of magazines including Spin, Ocean Drive, and BPM.

Leading media outlets and trend forecasters frequently consult Bronques for his insights into emerging trends in fashion, music, nightlife, and culture. Bronques has recently shot ad campaigns for Nokia, Nike, Diesel, Converse, Ben Sherman, and George, Gina & Lucy. He regularly photographs events for Lexus and MTV.

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Kirill was here

Described by MTV as "the most prominent nightlife photographer in America," Kirill Was Here has fast become as recognizable as the personalities that he shoots. Just three years removed from sneaking into parties, New York-based Kirill is now an Internet phenomenon and a fixture at the most high-profile events and nightclubs in the world. Voted Paper Magazine's 2011 Nightlife Photographer of the Year, Kirill now boasts nearly one million followers across his social media accounts.

His eponymous website, kirillwashere.com, takes fans inside the velvet ropes to witness debauchery – often provoked – by Kirill himself at festivals, concerts, nightclubs, and events from around the globe. The site garners over seven million views monthly. Drawing attention from nightclubs typically reserved for international deejays, Kirill has shot and curated branded parties at Haven (Atlantic City), TAO (Las Vegas), LIV (Miami), Pacha (New York), among many other clubs.

A favorite of brands, media companies, and artists for his candid photography and substantial internet reach, Kirill has shot for MTV at Ultra Music Festival, MTV and VEVO at South By Southwest, and toured alongside Tiesto, Steve Aoki, A-Trak, and LMFAO. He has also shot Red Bull Guest House at Ultra Music Festival since its inception. In addition, he has shot events and campaigns for Hennessy, Moet, and Heineken.

His photography and Internet influence have been the subject of extraordinary media attention including cover stories in New York Observer and Resource Magazine and profiles in Playboy, Maxim, Complex, and on NBC’s Nite Talk, and MTV’s Jobs That Don’t Suck. Kirill stars in Showtime’s Dick Wolf-produced docu-series 3AM, which premieres in May 2015.

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