I recently graduated from London College of Fashion and specialise in photography, beauty, editorial and still life style. Imbued within my work is a clear sense of feminism and my images are often a comment on the rigid rules surrounding female's looks, age and femininity. I draw on the work of Susie Orbach and Naomi Wolf, nodding to self transformations and the role of plastic surgery and disciplining of the body. My work is overly pink, kitsch and sickly sweet.Locked Pro Plan feature
https://www.sistermagazine.co.uk/blogs/sister/beauty-redsicovered work featured on online zine
Lotus is an established PR agency specialising in the branding and representation of award winning chefs and restaurants. The company focuses on business development, brand management, utilising social media, collaborations and events. During my internship, I was curating the press and media coverage, transcribing interviews and writing the press releases and bios for well-known chefs and restaurants. I also undertook small copywriting tasks, writing for the Lotus website.
The Bridge Co is a creative agency representing fashion brands. I interned at a pop-up event held by the company, which consisted of a series of workshops and panel talks with various photographers, stylists and creatives. It was also home to a small carefully curated pop-up store featuring independent zines and brands. I helped with the social media, utilising platforms like Instagram and Twitter to promote the event and its brands. It was important to take good quality images that fit with the company’s brand identity.
An installation of my work was featured at House of Vans as part of a university assignment. I responded to the work of Fanny Cradock and Barbara Cartland to create a series of food still life images combined with editorial portraits.