Amy Lidgett is an emerging London & Manchester based fashion photographer best known for her hazy, sun-drenched analogue photographs of ridiculously stylish adolescents.
After experimenting with fashion and textile design in college, Amy decided that her real talent lay behind a camera, capturing and styling fashion rather than creating it. She now has a degree in Styling and Image Making from The University of Salford and a plethora of industry experience behind her, for such a young age. What we love the most about Amy's portfolio is its cohesiveness and authenticity. After focusing mostly on men’s fashion photography throughout her time at university, Amy has since returned to experimenting with female fashion photography, as well as working on an online zine called 'Olive'.
Check out more of Amy's work for yourself via her website or Tumblr.
Erika Pellicci is a 23 year old photographer and student from Lucca, Italy. Focusing mainly on urban landscapes and self-portraiture, Erika uses photography as a way to express her emotions and dreams, and considers her creative practice to be an endless journey in search of her true self. We love Erika's use of colour throughout her work and our favourite images from her portfolio would have to be the beautifully simple yet striking shots of ordinary architecture and everyday objects. When she’s not behind the lens, Erika can also be found at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, studying painting. To see more of her work check out her Flickr, Tumblr or Instagram.
Photographer: Alejandro Corredor
Model: Mitzi Akaha
Stylist: Lara Hemingway
Kim Hamlet is an UX Designer at Nordstrom and keen film photographer living in Seattle, with fellow designer and husband David Hamlet. Kim began her journey into photography only three years ago and always shoots with a fully manual analog camera. We are so in love with her awe inspiring natural landscapes, raw portraits and her ability to capture the beauty of the unexpected. To see more of Kim's work head to her website or Flickr page.
Jodi Melody is an 18 year old photographer from Wellington, New Zealand creating beautiful and simplistic imagery. A mixture of her every-day life and editorial fashion shots, Jodi's portfolio is an intriguing world of film grain, muted tones and nostalgia infused emotion. Having already produced editorials for online publications such as Girls on Film and Undone Journal, we have no doubt we'll be seeing more from her in the future. To check out more of Jodi's work head to her Flickr and instagram.
Photographer: Richard Ramirez Jr.
Model: Sarah Peterson @ NEXT
Stylist: Chaine Leyendecker
Hair: Candice Kelly
Makeup: Briyonna Jackson
Brendon Burton is a 20 year-old emerging fine art photographer currently located in Portland, Oregon. Inspired by horror films, music and literature, he creates hauntingly beautiful and strikingly realistic portraits that often depict him in eerie natural landscapes like forests or national parks. Using photography as a way to capture everyday things that have a deep personal connection with him, Brendan's work has a truly authentic feel to it that you can't help but feel intrigued by. We love everything about his work, from the subject matter to his use of composition to his ability to remind the viewer that stories can still hide secrets.
To see more of Brendan's work visit his website or blog.
Marnie Hawson is a self-taught freelance photographer living in the Macedon Ranges just outside of Melbourne, Australia. Beginning her career as an environmental scientist, she now works in an array of photographic disciplines including food, interiors, products and editorial imagery. With a love for capturing the little moments, the unnoticed and the finer details, Marnie creates minimalist and authentic imagery soaked in neutral and organic tones. With a strong photo-journalism approach to her work, this multi-talented lass certainly knows how to capture the beauty in the everyday.
Our favourite project of hers would have to be 'An Honest Trade' - a sincere and candid series based on 20 interesting and unusual tradesman/ladies whose trade involves manual labour and hard work.
To check out An Honest Trade and more of Marnie's work head to her website.