RAN­DALL SLAVIN

Ocean Drive - - Without Whom -

Born in Hol­ly­wood, Cal­i­for­nia, Ran­dall Slavin was work­ing a dead-end job in a gas sta­tion when he wan­dered into a lo­cal pho­tog­ra­phy stu­dio and struck up a friend­ship with the owner, who took the young Mr. Slavin un­der his wing and taught him some pho­tog­ra­phy ba­sics. Since then, Slavin’s pho­tog­ra­phy has ap­peared in The New York Times Mag­a­zine, GQ, Esquire, Rolling Stone, and many other pub­li­ca­tions. For this is­sue, he shot Ocean Drive’s cover star, Char­lotte Mckin­ney. How would you de­scribe Mckin­ney on and off cam­era? Char­lotte in front of the cam­era is the com­plete op­po­site of Char­lotte off cam­era. On cam­era, she is all se­duc­tion, curves, legs, and pas­sion. Off cam­era, she’s just the big­gest dork in the whole world—self­dep­re­cat­ing and re­ally goofy. She’s just a blast.

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