THOSE OF YOU WHO KNOW US A LITTLE BIT, KNOW WE ALWAYS TRY TO GO OUT OF OUR WAY TO PRESENT YOU INTERESTING FACTS AND BITS OF DETAILS ABOUT EVERYBODY WE FEATURE. WE DON’T WANT TO OVER-INTELLECTUALIZE THINGS BUT DO BELIEVE A LITTLE BIT OF INFORMATION MAKES IT ALL A BIT MORE INTERESTING. BUT SOMETIMES IT IS REALLY DIFFICULT TO HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, AND SOMETIMES WE REALIZE THERE REALLY AREN'T ENOUGH WORDS TO SAY SOMETHING.
OK let’s just face it. Sometimes a beautiful man is just that: a beautiful man. We are gay after all and some eye candy just for the sake of that, well, it is nothing to have a sleepless night over. Unless your name is Thomas Synnamon, but then the concept of sleepless is getting a very different meaning.
Thomas Synnamon has been a regular on BeautifulMag pretty much since the moment he picked up a camera. Over the past years, it has been a real pleasure to follow this talented photographer from New Jersey and see how his style has evolved. And so we are very happy his hard work will be rewarded with a book publication later this year. Under the title Sleepless, Thomas will be presenting us a variety of men, tossing and turning in beds, on couches and fur rugs. Such as Robert Gonzalez.
34-Years old Robert Gonzalez comes from Chicago but – and this probably doesn't come as a surprise – has a Spanish background. Obviously the men has a passion for bodybuilding and fitness, and isn't shy of showing it. He claims to have just some experience in modeling, but that fact is being neutralized by the impressive list of photographers Robert worked with. Rick Day, Jeff Brewster, Joe Oppedisano, Jason T. Jaskot, David Vance, Jeff Palmer…. Do you want us to continue? And now there is Thomas Synnamon.
Robert Gonzalez believes in team work, collaborating creative ideas together and coming up with a killer shoot. So do we, specially if it includes a fur rug and a man such as Robert. Like I said, we are gay after all. Now we could start a whole story about how the softness of the fur nicely compensates the spectacular curves of Robert’s well-defined and trained body but the images speak for themselves, don’t they. Let’s suffice by saying that if Robert Gonzalez is any indication of Thomas Synnamon's upcoming book, it is enough to have us tossing and turning at night. –B-