My background in philosophy has influenced the way I approach my subjects. I strive to achieve portraits that reveal an intimate moment about a subject and invite the viewer to think beyond a facial expression. Being involved in a diverse range of freelance jobs such as fashion launch campaigns, working with NGO’s, creating commercial content for brands and running my own portrait studio has shaped me into a person who is ready to take on any challenge. I found myself exploring all sorts of subjects, from Ibiza dancers to nuns in a convent, though I use the medium of photography as a personal research to explore what goes on inside someone’s mind. My latest project, ‘Behind the I - a portrait of the mind’, endeavours to understand people’s inner selves through art, and identify who they are and how they feel through a collaborative approach. The final result of a book and an exhibition for my MA, with a special mention on BBC, aims to visualise the inner self and start a conversation about feelings that most tend to keep secret.
- Tyburn ConventAmongst the busy streets of London and just across the road from Hyde Park stands the Tyburn Convent – The Benedictine Adorers of the Sacred heart of Jesus of Montmartre. The nuns, however, do not step outside the convent. They follow a very busy schedule and a life of hard work; a life that is centered around perpetual adoration of God. How could one make such a sacrifice and decision to live amongst the walls of one house and give up all the other aspects of life? This is an ongoing project th
- Portraits of the MindHow often do you really share what's on your mind? Doma Dovgialo invited people she had photographed to use their portraits to reveal their innermost thoughts. The result is a snapshot of our human struggle with mental well-being. See more on: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/portraits_of_the_mind www.domadoma.co.uk
Projects credited in
- Rankin x ALK UK+ x EGFR UK+"ENGINE Creative has come together with photographer Rankin, production house TAG and media agency Wavemaker to create the 'See through the symptoms' campaign to raise awareness of the signs of lung cancer that are often missed. The goal is to improve the outlook for patients by promoting earlier diagnosis of the disease. Aimed at medical professionals, the dramatic pictures tell the stories of nine lung cancer patients, all of whom were diagnosed too late to be cured. Holding their own x-rays7
- Rankin x John Richmond - AW21Rock 'n' Roll shapes and hardcore attitude from the designer beloved by some of the biggest names in music. Music festivals might be on hold for the foreseeable, but John Richmond’s Autumn/Winter 21 collection will have you feeling and looking like a rockstar, even without a stage. Expect high-shine trousers, tailoring, and outerwear that runs the gamut of purple velvet smoking jackets, military-inspired over shirts, parkas and a show-stopping leopard-print number. Elsewhere, with delicate ca12
- Rankin x Relate - Let's Talk The Joy Of Later Life SexWe've teamed up with renowned British photographer, Rankin, to shine the spotlight on the unseen – sex and intimacy in our later years, in the campaign: Let’s Talk The Joy of Later Life Sex. Shooting five older couples and one woman in their most intimate settings, the team set out to show what sex and intimacy can mean in later life in a way that’s never been done before. The campaign was conceived by advertising and marketing agency, Ogilvy, after seeing advertising failing to represent olde9
- Rankin x Hunger Magazine - You Suck!The final straw? Make it paper or glass! Taken from the The Future Issue of HUNGER (which is available to download for free), this editorial shot by Rankin with makeup by our Beauty Editor Marco Antonio is a celebration of recent UK legislation which bans the use of plastic straws in the UK. Estimated to go through around 8.5 billion plastic straws every year in the United Kingdom, straws are among the top 10 foreign objects found on beaches across the country. If these aren’t recycled they ca3
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VideographerWomen for Rwanda
London, United KingdomFreelance
Video production & direction for campaigns aiming to empower female genocide survivors in Rwanda by enabling fnancial independence (102% raised from the initial goal).
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- Photo Assisting
MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography
- London, United Kingdom
The final project for the MA, ‘Behind the I - a portrait of the mind’, endeavours to understand people’s inner selves through art, and identify who they are and how they feel through a collaborative approach. e nal result of a book and an exhibition for my MA, with a special mention on BBC, aims to visualise the inner self and start a conversation about feelings that most tend to keep secret.
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