In 2017 I worked on a project documenting some of London’s LBGTQ+ community, funded by Getty Images Creative. The aim of the series was to produce a selection of photographs depicting the everyday life of a queer Londoner. Daley and Christianna have been friends since they met at a party in their first year of university. Daley is a 25 year-old, non-binary queer person who lives in east London with their fiancé and their cat. They work as a cinema manager and freelance illustrator, and in their free time enjoy “date nights, friend nights and illustration”. Christianna is 26, lives …
New editorial for Beauty Archive, see the full shoot here. Photographer: Holly Falconer Model: Sienna King @ Tess Management Stylist: Celia-Jane Ukwenya Makeup: Michelle Dacillo Hair: Ami Fujita Set designer: Kerry Hughes Photographer’s assistant: Hannah Norton Stylist’s assistant: Naomi Okofetimi
In June I photographed the Women’s March on Downing Street against the DUP deal, which eventually merged with other protests – culminating in a series of moving and powerful open mic talks on the street from protesters on everything from Grenfell and the Tories to abortion rights.
I was really happy to find out recently that I’m on the UK winners’ list for the Magenta Flash Forward Awards 2017, having been nominated for my ongoing project Parade. Flash Forward is an annual competition that showcases the work being created by the very best emerging photographers from Canada, the UK and the US. Every year, judges from each of the participating countries review the submitted work and identify the young people that they believe show promise as professional fine art or documentary photographers.
A preview exhibition of my project Parade was held at Studios Paris gallery in Montmartre from April 1st – 29th. Initially shown over the opening weekend of Le Mois de la Photo / Off festival, it was then selected to run for the full festival month. Parade was hosted by Alisa Gallery curation.
A new series shot for Recens Paper, West Country Born.
I shot a series of portraits to go with Amelia Abraham’s Refinery 29 feature on couples who’ve been together for more than fifty years.