ABOUT

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Holly Falconer is a London-based photographer, hailing originally from the west country. Her work is inspired by Britain’s idiosyncrasies, her circle of friends and exploring the boundaries of identity.

Holly shoots documentary, portrait and fashion photography, and has worked for clients such as Converse, i-D, Vice and Paper. Her main ongoing documentary project Parade can be seen here.

Time Out: “Falconer has captured a colourful, raw confidence that shines out of all her portraits.”

i-D: “When she shoots fashion, Holly Falconer’s models appear as strong and interesting characters – people we’d like to be friends with rather than dead-eyed lookbook mannequins.”

 

SELECTED CLIENTS:

Converse, Vice, i-D, American Vogue, The Fader, Nike, Refinery 29, L’Officiel M.E., Rollacoaster, Paper magazine, Photoworks, Recens Paper, Attitude, Barbour, Matthew Williamson, National Geographic, The Sunday Times Style, Yoho! Girl, Illustrated People, Katie Eary, Tatty Devine, Wolf & Badger, 7TH MAN, Olivia von Halle, The Business of Fashion, Pentagram, Liberty, MyWardrobe.com, Time Out, Percival, Seat Cars, Guardian, BBC, CNN, Diva, The Most Cake

 

AWARDS:

2017: A winner of the Magenta Foundation Flash Forward award 2017

 

EXHIBITIONS:

Solo shows:

Parade, Studios Paris Gallery, April 2017
Hibiscus Rising, Shutterbug London, March – April 2014
Technicolour Hymns, XOYO London, October – November 2011

Group shows:
Undocumented: Healthcare for the hidden, Four Corners, London, September 2016
Nightclubbing, Point Ephémère, Paris, February 2016
Salon/15, Photofusion, London, December 2015 – January 2016
Labyrinth Photographic: A Year in Review, Labyrinth Photographic, London, April – May 2014
Club Photos: London x Paris, Dog Eared Gallery, London, October – November 2013
Girl on Girl: Female Responses to Modern Women, Dalston Superstore, London, June – July 2012
Thread Gallery at the Gallery of Photography, Dublin, April 2012
Let Them Eat Cake: Cover Story, XOYO, London, February 2012
The Most Cake Art Show, The Book Club, London, March 2010
C’est pas Cool, Scream Bar, London, May 2010
Genesis: Art for Haiti, The Rag Factory, April 2010