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Alpgiray Kelem

Graphic DesignerIstanbul, Turkey
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Alpgiray Kelem

Graphic DesignerIstanbul, Turkey
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  • Getty Images: SareeA celebration of an iconic cultural staple, Saree is a collaboration between myself, photographer Emily Stein and Film maker Alice Stein for Getty Images. Colourful, playful, modern and poetic this series celebrates the Indian Saree and the multi generational women who wear it. At more than 5,000 years of existence, it is considered to be among the oldest form of garment in the world. In the age of inclusivity, the Saree feels like the perfect garment for celebrating all shapes, sizes, and age
  • Getty Images: PrideWe commissioned photography graduate Poppy Marriot to cover this years London Pride for Getty Images editorial, the brief was to capture the event and her community through her eyes. As Getty Images is the official sponsor of London Pride, Poppy was given full access to the event.
  • Getty Images: FreckledFor Getty Images
  • Getty Images: Father FiguresWorking closely with photographer Rosie Matheson we worked together on a series to explore the relationship between father and child whilst challenging stereotypes of the traditional father role.
  • Roadside BritainRoadside Britain is an observation of the traditional and quintessential aspects of British trunk-roadside culture, with emphasis on location and environment. Spanning the length and breadth of the UK, depicting the people and places of a threatened livelihood. Published in 2012 under the guise of Diesel Books, the work has been exhibited internationally as well as published widely. Part supported by the Arts Council of England. See the full portfolio here:
  • Creative Review Photography Annual: Siblings photographed by Dean Davies for Getty ImagesSiblings is a collaboration between myself, photographer Dean Davies and casting director Charlotte James for Getty Images. It was chosen for the Creative Review photography Annual edition at the end of 2018.
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