Alisa Connan
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Alisa Connan

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Alisa Connan
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Alisa Connan

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
London based Beauty, Lingerie and Portrait Photographer Alisa Connan was born in Melbourne, Australia and studied at the prestigious RMIT university. After graduating she moved to the UK and began working with some of the world’s best photographers before setting up her own studio in Shoreditch, London. Passionate about capturing the strength in women, Alisa is known for her keen ability to ease even the most nervous personalities. There is beauty & honesty in the moments they create. Alisa has worked with Vanity Fair, Instyle, Marie Claire, Blackbook, The Times, Laura Mercier, M&S, Max Factor & Bluebella Lingerie amongst many others. Her entertainment clients include Keira Knightley, Richard E Grant, Rosamund Pike, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Stanley Tucci, Miranda Hart and Rose McGowan.
Projects
  • Suqqu 2020 Spring Beauty Campaign
    Suqqu 2020 Spring Beauty CampaignReleased on International Women's Day, this series of images was created by women for women using Suqqu's signature holistic massage to prep the skin.
  • SUQQU Beauty
    SUQQU BeautyNewest campaign for Japanese beauty brand SUQQU whose holistic approach focuses on the massage before make-up application.
  • Rose McGowan
    Rose McGowanRose McGowan photographed for The Times to promote her book 'Brave'.
  • Richard E Grant
    Richard E GrantRichard E Grant, photographer at the BAFTA headquarters in London, December 2018
  • Keira Knightley
    Keira KnightleyKeira Knightley photographed at the BAFTA headquarters in London, December 2018
  • #LoveYourself
    #LoveYourselfLingerie shoot featuring model & trans activist Munroe Bergforf for Bluebella's #loveyourself campaign
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  • Equal Lens: meet 100 women photographers
    Equal Lens: meet 100 women photographersAn equal shot for women photographers After looking through the books of over 70 leading commercial photography agents, we found that women accounted for less than 25% of those represented. This isn’t because of a lack of talent, or a lack of desire from agents, creative agencies or clients. It’s a structural problem that must be addressed with big collective actions, such as an industry-wide commitment to always include women photographers on the lists that clients and agencies select from.
  • This International Women’s Day 2019, meet 100 trailblazers redefining the creative industry
    This International Women’s Day 2019, meet 100 trailblazers redefining the creative industryDiscover our 2020 list here This International Women’s Day, we’ve launched our latest ‘10x10’ – asking 10 influential industry icons to each nominate 10 trailblazing women and non-binary people who they believe are redefining the creator landscape. The result? An incredible list of 100 trailblazers inspiring change. Our list will be accompanied by a takeover on The Dots – look out for brilliant profiles and projects on the platform as we aim to inspire, as important as ever when considering ‘88
Skills
  • Photography
  • Portrait Photography
  • Commercial Photography
  • Editorial Photography
  • Director of Photography
  • Photography Shoots
  • Studio Lighting
  • Portraiture Photography
  • Fashion Advertising
  • Beauty Photography