Nádia Correia

Nádia Correia

Fashion & Beauty PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Nádia Correia

Nádia Correia

Fashion & Beauty PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a fashion and beauty, stills and motion photographer based in London, born and brought up in Lisbon, Portugal. With half of my family originating from Mozambique, I have always been inspired by multicultural environments. It was my grandfather's love and knowledge of photography that first led me to pick up a camera, and then to discover how I could use it to best express myself. I am constantly seeking out a connection to my cultural heritage and identity through my work. I enjoy creating compelling narratives using vibrant and complex colour schemes, in which women often take centre stage Clients Coach, Sainsbury’s, Camden Town Brewery, W+K, Schwarzkopf, Royce, Refinery29, Lemonade Dolls, Farfetch, Waterwipes, Both Paris and more. Publications Hunger, Wonderland, Noctis, Kaltblut, Pap, TMRW and more.
  • Club Shapes
    Club Shapes�CLUB SHAPES� inspired on #VidalSassoon transformative approach to hair cutting and its ethos based on shapes, structure and geometry. We took @liannetro to the salon and asked her to simply trust the process. @darcieharveyhair focused on design and cut, completely tailored to Lianne’s lifestyle and bone structure. Capturing the process was key as well as featuring how someone’s identity can be altered through hair.
  • #techexpressive
  • #Skinimalism
    #Skinimalismhat the beauty industry needs is true inclusivity #PullUpOrShutUp. Embrace sustainability and the return of the make up rebellion #expressyourself. With this beautiful Portuguese face @sallyprays � . With the new trend of #skinimalism - the new glow up is all about embracing your natural skin and super-minimal makeup. It’s the end of the caked-on make-up look. Welcome slow beauty and let your natural skin texture shine.
  • Sensorial
  • Skin
    SkinSkin, texture, exploring touch and the sensorial. We get to go close and be transported into a world of raw and unrefined details. An umbilical relationship with touch and the skin - the organ. Skin took inspiration from the strange sensation I would get when someone would accidentally touch me this past year. The pandemic has changed the way we relate to one another. The opportunity to kiss or hug a friend is rare these days and Oh boy! I am a hugger. We have lost a bond, a level of connection.
  • A.ssymetry for Hunger Magazine
    A.ssymetry for Hunger MagazineIs the world still in a chaos? Can you say it isn’t? My life has been in many ways changed like never before, has your world been turned apart and around? A.Symmetry comes in almost as a visual essay that narrates a journey throughout these unprecedented times. Let me take through the stages of the pandemic where we start from a sense of confusion, to lockdown, to wanting to hide from the world, to then having your life distorted and having your world turn upside down, to trying to get back on y
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Projects credited in
  • Sisterhood Series: Riot Soup
    Sisterhood Series: Riot SoupRIOT SOUP is an art collective for women of colour, running monthly socials, curating exhibitions and hosting workshops. This video is part of the six-part Sisterhood Series produced by Reform The Funk and directed by Sheena Brobbey.
  • Project collaboration with Refinery 29
    Project collaboration with Refinery 29Last year I had a great opportunity to help direct and feature in Refinery29, Inc. article post - focusing on the “portraits challenging the image of Muslim women during Ramadan” - in collaboration with my team’s online platform REDEFINING CONCEPTS & Nadia Correia #featured #post #articles Check it out! - https://lnkd.in/gC4rKBH
  • Both Paris AW20
    Both Paris AW20SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT Photography - Nadia Correia in collaboration with GLOW Agency Both Paris Production Assistant - Antoni Jankowski
  • picton mag
    picton mag#antivalentino
  • Sisterhood Series: Meet Amelia, Nadia and Emily
    Sisterhood Series: Meet Amelia, Nadia and EmilyFor Amelia, Emily and Nadia, the experience of building work relationships blossomed into a sisterhood of support and mentorship. They united whilst working together at the digital publishing platform, Refinery 29, and found their professional relationships acting as a catalyst towards unfurling their creativity together. This episode is part of a six-part series edited by Working Womxn, produced by Reform The Funk and directed by Sheena Brobbey.
  • Slap TEST
    Slap TEST
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Work history
    Freelance PhotographerStudio Lisboa Ltd
    London, United KingdomFreelance
  • Digital Content
  • Multi-platform Content
  • Pre Production
  • Producing
  • Photography
  • Dslr Photography
  • Capture One Pro
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Gif
    BALisbon Film School
     - Lisbon, Portugal