Adorable 2-Year-Old Directs Nanny to Pose Just Like Him


Canadian photographer Alex Neary is the nanny for an adorable little 2-year-old named Henry who has already shown signs of a budding triple threat–model, director, and photographer. In a fun collaborative project called Henry’s Concepts, the toddler calls the shots. He strikes a pose for a picture as Neary captures it with her iPhone and then they reverse roles as Henry directs his nanny to pose identically while he snaps the shot.

Having accumulated thirty pictures of themselves for the series, Neary and her tiny companion first embarked on the project when Henry took the initiative to ask his nanny to take a picture of him, followed by requesting she imitate his pose. Since then, the babysitter has been allowing the creative little guy to choose both the location and the pose.











Alex Neary website
via [Twisted Sifter]



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