Joanna Konieczna

Joanna Konieczna

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Joanna Konieczna

Joanna Konieczna

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
・photographer・content creator・brand’s mercenary・visual communication pro・
    BODYHAIRFemale ​b​ody ​h​air. A stigma, taboo, a social faux pas. Even in circles that pride themselves on self expression – that brand​ish​ their rejections of cultural conventions – the idea of female body hair remains largely uncontested. An almost universal symbol of the societal mis​fi​t. So much is female body hair unaccepted that women have internalised this as a default beauty standard. Removing body hair has long been associated with being neat, well-maintained, and sexualy desirable. Speaking
  • The Dancer
    The DancerFashion editorial shot in East London; the storyline is built around the emotions of an adolescent and rather unexperienced model on set. Clothing is a selection from Steventai, Vetements, Calvin Klein, Maxine, Bloch, Agent Provocateur & Longshaw Ward. Photography: Joanna Konieczna / @joanna_konieczna Styling: Emily Evans / @mrsemilyevans Model: Frankie Kuczynska / @frankiekuczynska / @lindenstaub MUA: Nadia Pistorello / @nadielan Hair: Andrew Chen / @androoochn Stage Manager: Erika S
  • Warsaw Nightlife
    Warsaw NightlifeFashion editorial shot in Warsaw, story about a young woman’s night out, clothing by local designers. Photography: Joanna Konieczna / @joanna_konieczna Styling: Natalia Wandachowicz / @nettie.official Models: Aia Asé & Wanda Doda / @aiaase MUA: Anna Piechocka / Catnel Make Up / @by_catnel Styling: Natalia Wandachowicz / @nettie.official Hair: Mariusz Czech / @marii_usz8
  • Pride Warsaw
    Pride Warsaw
  • Herzelia
    HerzeliaPhotography: Joanna Konieczna Models: Eden Filimonov & Netaniel Amira / T4You Models Tel Aviv
  • Dead Puppies
    Dead PuppiesVery much appreciate what the platform that published this editorial stands for. In their own words: “Pornceptual is an art project that wants to de-contextualize pornography in its usual sense and show that an explicit sexual content can be considered art. We believe that art (and sex) should be an open experience. This is also a way of creating new possibilities of representation of the human body. The usual body representations in commercial pornography or even in most works described as «
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Work history
  • Photography
  • Visual Communication
  • Visual Storytelling
  • Art Direction
  • Production
  • Casting Models
  • Creative Writing
  • Editing