A lover of fashion styling, photography and creative direction – My Final Major Project at university combined my professional and personal passions.
Finding inspiration from the abstract artistry that surrounds us in everyday life, my book: Muse, showcases the beauty that has developed and inspired my creative landscape and for others to find theirs.
An examination of colour and creativity, my final major project; Muse, celebrates the collective idea that ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’. Exploring my take on beauty, it is formed of a series of fashion editorials and textural backdrops. From sunsets and flowers to graffiti and scaffolding, theses location images are then replicated through the styling, posing and textures of the fashion editorials.
With the main motive that anything can spark inspiration, Muse typifies how people see beauty differently. Transitioning throughout the colour wheel, the book rebels against the traditional forms of fascination by disrupting the societal norm of what we call ‘beauty’, and allows the audience to discover it from a new perspective.
With people re-discovering their love for the outdoors during the global pandemic, we are beginning to see the beauty that lies right in front of us. So through the subjectivity of every individual, Muse’s aim is to find beauty in things we do not take a second glimpse at.