Lucian Wintrich is a New York based photographer, graphic designer and artist who also happens to be a Donald Trump supporter.
Lucian wants to Make America Great Again.
Earlier this year Lucian created a photo series and Twitter page titled “Twinks for Trump.” The photos include young men and male models from New York City wearing Trump hats.
The artwork was displayed at the Gays for Trump “Wake Up” party at the RNC. The party, which sold out in 24 hours, was the hottest ticket in town with the hottest lineup.
Dutch politician Geert Wilders, anti-Islamist leader Pamela Geller and British sensation Milo Yiannopoulos spoke at the event. Top conservatives and writers from Breitbart.com, Reason Magazine, Project Veritas, Gateway Pundit and numerous liberal media outlets covered the event.
Geert Wilders speaks at a "Twinks for Trump" party. Check out the art. pic.twitter.com/146EZMS7cj
— daveweigel (@daveweigel) July 20, 2016
The RNC party was a HUUGE success.
After the event liberal journalists and artists threatened and harassed Lucian Wintrich back in New York City.
Lucian Wintrich was fired from his job in New York City after Milo Yiannopoulos praised him on Breitbart.com.
The photographer behind Twinks for Trump, a photography series dedicated to homosexuals who support Donald Trump, was reportedly fired from his job after Milo Yiannopoulos praised him as part of a column on “How Donald Trump Made It Cool To Be Gay Again.”
Lucian Wintrich, a photographer, artist, and Trump supporter from New York who was working for advertising and marketing firm Anomaly, told Breitbart that just five hours after the article had been released, he was told that he would have to “sever ties with the company immediately,” with his company email deactivated within hours of his dismissal.
Wintrich could not comment further on the issue, as he is in the process of a legal challenge.
Wintrich’s work was heavily featured at the Gays For Trump party at the Republican National Convention in July, which was attended by the likes of Islam critics Pamela Geller and Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Party For Freedom.