Today we have the final conclusion to then in part series Part 9 from photographer Zach Phan, titled ‘HOPE’, part 9 of his exclusive interview and editorial series with NAKID, ‘Les Inclassables‘, stars model Nathan at DULCEDO MODELS, with styling by Miriam Brassard. The series title, ‘Les Inclassables‘, french for The Indefinables, ‘refers to the unique quality of the youth of Montréal with different walks of life.’ says Phan. The series is inspired by the interrogation scenes on Law & Order. Of all the amazing never ending tv shows to model an interview/photo series around, that is definitely the top of the list. Zach seeks to understand his subject’s perspective in a series of questions, similar to those riveting SVU/Criminal Intent episodes, revealing insights about their experiences at school, others misconceptions of them or in general about people and why people become or are, depressed.

Zach Phan, based in Montreal, Canada, is a freelance and fashion photographer who seeks to empower his subjects with the use of rich narrative, eccentric visuals, and effortless movement.

See more of Zach Phan’s work here:  INSTAGRAM / WEBSITE

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What is the worst thing that has happened at school?

I was bullied and some older kid even tried to put my head in the toilet bowl. 

Is there a song that have made you cry?

Funk music makes me cry of joy every time I hear that clap.


What is something you wish people would do more of?

Acts of kindness.

What is one advice you would give to your thirteen-year-old self?

Trust nobody but yourself, kid. Do what you love.


Why do some people get depressed?

Lack to see their true potential to shine.

What is something some people should fix?

To remember your true self even you’ve deceived by fake people.


What is a misconception that people seem to have about the youth in Montréal?

People seemed to underestimate us and see us as passive and laissez-faire people. Fact is, the youth will fight for what they stand for and what they believe in.

What is missing in Montréal?

Montréal is missing many platforms that allow creative individuals to grow.


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