Fervour series interview wit fLIP Magazine for London Independent Photography.
The Tower Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the Moscow Project, a new exhibition by the British photography collective MAP6. Although Moscow is often talked about, it has been a place seldom visited. Its complicated politics, complex language and unstable economy have, until now, made it a difficult place to visit and photograph. […]
Tattooed Librarian shoot for Things & Ink Magazine . Within the professional circle the librarian stereotype is no more. I met a number of librarians working within London for an on location portrait shoot. The editorial piece on the blog is here where you can read the full interviews by Nicola Cook. The printed […]
Cover shoot for the Art Issue for Things & Ink Magazine was a recreation Millais’s painting Ophelia with a tattoo twist. Inspired by the Pre-Raphaelites show at the Tate Britain, Heather collaborated with Things & Ink magazine and Art Historian Matt Lodder to create a series of Art Recreations. Ophelia featuring Tracy D Tattoos. More photographs from the series and the editorial […]
The rise & fall of the kiosk economy Russian kiosk culture arose after the end of communism in 1991, when entrepreneurs started to import goods such as cigarettes, chocolate and alcohol and, with no formal retail spaces, built kiosks along the streets. Today, these ubiquitous kiosks line the underground passages that transverse major streets or connect metro […]
Electric Elephant Festival at the Garden, Tisno, Croatia, July 2013
Working with Things & Ink Magazine on their latest Love Issue including photographing Kat Williams from RocknRoll Bride. More to follow ….
Embrace series was featured as part of London Independent Photography Magazine LIP in the series on how we see Closer.
As a member of Map 6 I will be joining the group on a photographic project to Moscow. More details to follow .. The MAP6 photographic collective was established in 2011 with the goal of supporting the making and dissemination of significant bodies of work. Our work is individually diverse, but unified in our deep curiosity for […]