As well as being a societal issue, sexism is fundamentally a personal one that many people, especially women, are subjected to on a day to day basis in such areas as the workplace, social scenarios, throughout mass media and so on. It goes without saying, that if it’s not something we decide to openly address and discuss, unfortunately it is likely to continue to be an everyday norm.
Continue reading “Overpowering Sexism Through the Medium of Fashion Film”
After having started out doing street photography, I always felt most at home whilst shooting outdoors “on location”.
But when Nusi suggested a photo shoot at Tesco I couldn’t help but laugh. I don’t think I’ve ever had more fun than shooting in the supermarket and get thrown out by security.
Model/ designer: @iamndora (Nusaiba Mohammad)
Photographer: Timothy Ward
Continue reading “An unlikely location”
A friend of mine from Istanbul recently came to visit me in London. I’ve known her for some time; not usually in the context of model/ photographer, but I decided to bring my new camera (Canon 80D) along for the ride anyway.
Thinking along similar lines (pun intended) it turned out that she had brought an extra outfit – a black and white stripy Crop Top and Mini-Skirt – in addition to the striped trousers that she already had on.
Continue reading “Seeing Stripes”
It was during SS16 that I decided to concentrate more on fashion video rather than solely stills and I’m super thankful that some very talented artists from The London College of Fashion were excited to join me in making that happen.
The first is a series entitled “Juxtapose” which was a collaboration between myself Timothy Ward, model/ actress Donna Sherifi, stylist Joanna Kr, designers Clarissa Kang x Umme Salma and Arianna Mele.
Continue reading ““Juxtapose” – Style Videos”
The Fashion and beauty industries are both brimming with advertising designed to increase sales of products. In an attempt to draw attention to brands and outdo the competition I think we will soon see a heavy focus on more and more elaborate techniques.
Continue reading “The Power of Emotive Imagery”