I apologise for the lack of posts recently, but it has been a pretty hectic time of year.
Today I handed in my final project for my Fashion Photography degree at Falmouth University and it feels bloody great!
In the morning I head to London to set up our graduate exhibition; Picture 24 which launches on Thursday @ 6:30pm in Soho.
As I haven’t posted any of my work recently, I thought i’d give you…
You guys have to check out this fashion film! This was created by two 3rd year BA (Hons) Fashion Photography students and using garments from this year’s graduate Fashion Design and Performance Sportswear Design students.
Photography: Rhian Israel Model: Harry J Bartlett Stylist: Emmanuel Robert MUA: Joshua Mitchell-Fowle Assistants: Khuram Choudri & Alina Raducea
Film: Laura Campbell Model: Harry J Bartlett An experimental film looking at colour and infrared techniques to create vibrant visuals based on the London Club Kids and the 90’s Clubland scene.
This may look a little peculiar to most and most definitely looks more ‘Marine & Natural History’ than it does ‘Fashion Photography, but here is a quick teaser image to one of my editorials I’m working on for my final major project at Famouth University.
I don’t think I have heard of such controversy and media attention from one magazine cover. The closest I remember was Miley Cyrus’ reinvented image on the cover of V magazine last year but even then, the #Kimye cover has proved to hit a bum note with a lot of people. I don’t really know what Vogue’s intention was for using this celebrity duo as their cover stars for the April 2014 cover but…
I wrote an article for the current issue of ATLAS magazine about ‘My Obsessions’ at London Collections: Men AW14.
Have a read if you want to see what adventures took place and find out what my TOP 3 pieces are from this season’s Menswear collections.
You can read The Obsessions Issue of ATLAS Magazine here: http://issuu.com/theatlasmagazine/docs/the_obsession_issue (My article is page 66-67)
As of this morning, we successfully reached our target to raise £5000 for our graduate Fashion Photography exhibition in Central London.
It was a close call but we managed to push through with minutes to spare.
I wanted to say a big thank you to everybody who has pledged money and everyone who shared the links on various social media platforms.
As more and more details happen regarding our…
We are trying to raise funds for my Ba (Hons) Fashion Photography @ Falmouth University graduate exhibition in London
I am thrilled by the level of support for my team via the Kickstarter page and I was hoping you would all keep donating and sharing, with just under 22 hours left, we need to make one final push to make our target.
If you could all please check out our Kickstarter…
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THE NORM CAN CONFORM turned 2 today!
It’s been a long and interesting 2 years but still continuing to go strong and meet incredible people.
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Thank you all for following and I shall continue to post my escapades
I had the great privilege in modelling for one of Tom’s editorials. It was such a fun shoot to be a part of with such an interesting narrative and style.
It was interesting to be photographed in such an androgynous way. You may remember the last time I modelled for one of Tom’s shoots where I had an Andrej Pejic vibe which we shot some time either last year or the year before. It’s always fun to play one of Tom’s androgynous and unconventional beauties and his ‘Birthday Boys’ shoot was no different.
“This editorial was inspired by the idea of Cabaret but I want to make it seem more surreal by bringing it into the studio and the use of props. For the some of the looks I was partly inspired by Mathu Anderson, I think it is clear to see which ones they are! For the rest of the looks I just played around with androgyny and male beauty and thought it would be interesting to mix the two, trying to create an overall vibe of a community, like you would have in a Cabaret.” – Tom Selmon
It’s fair to say that I look pretty different in these images and if you can’t clock me in the group shot, i’m the one on the left with the bob wig.
The shoot was nice and relaxed and we had a great team working with us to help deliver the editorial.
Harry J Bartlett
Have a look at Tom’s website to see the FULL editorial and his other work http://www.tomselmon.com/birthday-boys and follow him on Instagram to see what other escapades are taking place. @tomselmonBirthday Boys by Tom Selmon I had the great privilege in modelling for one of Tom’s editorials. It was such a fun shoot to be a part of with such an interesting narrative and style.
So thrilled to be the front cover of Yearbook which was shot by Rhian Israel who is a fantastic young photographer.
Yearbook is a bi-annual magazine dedicated to showcasing the best of students work at Falmouth University. Each issue aims to include the work of current students and those that have graduated and gone on to do amazing things!
The team also won an award for Best Magazine Concept…
Like most seasons, you will bump into a fair few famous faces at fashion shows. (Alliteration Overload)
Ranging from models to TV personalities and everything in-between, here are just some of the people I rubbed shoulders with at London Collections: Men AW14.