Exhibition: Nightclubbing

I currently have work showing at Nightclubbing, an exhibition covering the last 30 years of club life in Paris and London. The show is taking place at Point Éphémère, 200, Quai de Valmy, Paris until February 21st.  You can read reviews of the show here: Numéro, LesInrocks and I Heart.

Tatty Devine S/S 2016 Campaign

Shot last October in Rome, this campaign was just a fantastic job to work on. I’d never been to Rome before – and its people, art and architecture were intoxicating… Photography: Holly Falconer Stylist: Krishan Parmar Art Director: Harriet Vine Makeup and hair: Bobana Parojčić Model: Ariana London, Nevs

Photographer Holly Falconer featured in Photoworks magazine

Parade featured in the Photoworks Annual 2015

Parade has been featured in the 2015 edition of Photoworks annual, as a part of a brilliant feature by Max Houghton on women and wit in photography. Additionally, one of the images from the project (taken at Reclaim the Night in 2014) has been featured on the annual’s back cover. See the full project here.

Photograph of an austerity protest in London by photographer Holly Falconer

Austerity protest i-D feature

I photographed June’s austerity protest, and the images were featured in i-D: “Hundreds of protesters stage a “die-in” outside parliament to protest against the Government’s savage programme of cuts. Photographer Holly Falconer went down to document the activists saying no to austerity and the budget’s impact on young people…” Read the full article and see all the images here.

Tatty Devine A/W 2015 Campaign

Photography: Holly Falconer Stylist: Krishan Parmar Art Director: Harriet Vine Makeup: Bobana Parojčić Hair: Sami Knight Assistant: Alex Craddock Shot at Tollington Park Studios, London

Photo from i-D magazine feature on photographer Holly Falconer

Interview with i-D

i-D magazine recently interviewed me about my Parade project. You can read the article here. Here’s an extract: 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. She also shoots documentary projects, is a huge fan of Christopher Kane’s new collection, meeting strangers, and photographing the things that everybody else ignores. Back in 2008, along with a few friends, she started up The Most Cake, a website and big night out for LGBT women in London. Finding her work both beautiful and inspiring, i-D …