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Nancy Abidjan

PhotographerEdinburgh, United Kingdom
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Nancy Abidjan

PhotographerEdinburgh, United Kingdom
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  • Women of Acceptance x Vogue Italia
    Women of acceptance is a photography project that explores womanhood and the female gaze through the vulnerable and emotional relationship we have with our bodies. Art Direction & Photography Zea Lindström Photography assistant Nova Lindblom Make up and hair stylist Erin Grace Wheatland Models: Marie Ayivor Carina Misiak Maya Fidel Eilera Ellie
  • BBC Body Positive: Mental Health artwork
    Artwork Commissioned by BBC & Gal-dem for BBC's Body Positive Instagram. Illustrating the feeling and frustrations behind having a hidden illness.
  • 'Hair' - Clean up animator
    'Hair' is a short film directed by Ed Smith, for which I worked as a clean up animator. Shown on BBC4 in December 2018.
  • [IF] Showreels past, resent and future
    Founded in 2008, Invisible Frames otherwise known as [IF] is a London-based production company led by a dedicated team of film industry professionals. Delivering bespoke internal and external communications, Invisible Frames specialising in expert project design, camera operation, CGI, VFX and motion graphics. The IF team have over twenty years of industry experience and are set apart by their extensive skill set, artistic flare and sound understanding of marketing and branding. Current client
  • The People's Painting
    PROJECT Mural commissioned by the BBC with accompanying documentary to celebrate the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow MEDIUM Paint LOCATION Glasgow, UK DATE June 2014
  • BBC - CivilisationsAR: Behind the scenes
    A look behind the scenes at a major collaboration with BBC R&D and the arts and museums sector, Nexus Studios developed ‘Civilisations AR’, the BBC’s first augmented reality app. Created to accompany ‘Civilisations’, BBC Two’s landmark arts and culture series, the app showcases more than 30 historic artefacts from across the globe including an ancient Egyptian mummy from the Torquay Museum, Rodin’s The Kiss from the National Museum of Wales, iconic sculptures from Henry Moore and Barbara Hepwort
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