Rose Walker
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Rose Walker

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
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Rose Walker
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Rose Walker

PhotographerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I have been a freelance photographer for 8 years in Los Angeles but moved to London to pursue a masters and career in photojournalism and documentary. My work ranges from food to lifestyle to documentary. I love capturing and creating and getting to work with others as I am constantly evolving and being inspired.
Projects
  • To The Woman Beside Me
    To The Woman Beside MeThis project is based on my M.A. Thesis. It is a photo story approach to the lives of women who have gone through a miscarriage. The purpose of this project is to cultivate conversation around miscarriages to break down the walls of the stigma associated with it. Additionally, to address the imbalances women deal with within the medical and cultural realms of our present day.
Work history
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    PhotographerRose Walker Photography
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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    Photographer & Production AssistantA+E Networks
     - Los Angeles, United StatesFreelance
Skills
  • Photo Assisting
  • Photography
  • Photojournalism
  • Photoshoot Assisting
  • Photography Editing
  • Photography Production
  • Production Co-ordination
  • Research
Education
    London College of Communication, UAL logo
    London College of Communication, UAL logo
    MALondon College of Communication, UAL
    London, United Kingdom
    Photojournalism amd Documenrary Stills
Awards
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    To The Woman Beside Me - Exhibition, short-listedAthens Photo Festival
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    Iteration of a Lockdown - Second PlaceIPA - International Photography Awards
    https://vimeo.com/552875554 The Iteration of a Lockdown is a multi-sensory photo video assembled of black and white documentary stills combined with audio recordings of daily life over my time in lockdown. The images are made up of a series of events specific to my mornings, curating repetition between each day (Monday to Friday), accompanied by the sonic recording consistent with the image you will subsequently see. Characterizing my internal point of view of being in one moment while thinking about the next. In doing this, the reality I aim to project is a conflicting feeling as you cognitively experience a visual and audio sensory while each second passes, each image changes, and each incongruent sound is incorporated. Each image you will see was mimicked from a week, indicative of what most weeks looked like for me during the lockdown and between the months of February to April. I chose the sequence of Monday to Friday, as it strategically signifies the most repetitive times of the week. Moreover, I wanted to depict the mornings due to their symbolic and literal nature of a new beginning, along with it being my most managed juncture due to its ability to feasibly provide a sense of control and normalcy. Opening, you will observe the initial start to the day, with a continuous set of photos paired together with the sound of the photo you will subsequently see, with each new day being marked by darkness and continuation of the ticking clock, suggestive to each passing night into day. Each image will provide its own detail of dissimilarity combined with familiarity to convey the reoccurrences of each day. The small differences in imagery shift your focus onto that day and its sentiment all the while seeing the reiteration from the day(s) prior. For instance, Thursdays were my busiest day so I show movement in the photos as I was usually more rushed. Additionally, to convey the continuation of sound, you will hear the sonic resemblance of a clock (tic tok) to auditorily signify temporality. The sound is the catalyst for the dissonance and experience as you walk through each photo sequence.
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