Here at Interfit we are always keen to help promote up-and-coming photographers. It’s always great to find out how and why they do what they do! In a series of interviews, we are going to talk to young photographers which are just starting their journey or, are on the cusp of moving to the next stage in the hope to inspire, shed some creative light and showcase new ideas.
I am a Portrait Photographer based in Birmingham UK, working with various models and clothing brands. Key Aspects of my photography style include vibrancy colour & creative angles/locations, all of which I use to produce unique top-quality photographs. I have been a Photographer for 3 years, in this time I have worked with brand's such as Interfit Photographic & Spider Holster at the Photography Show, Assata Clothing consistently on their clothing line & Palmblu on the launch of their website and bikini brand and the launch of Printed weird the brand.
I'm Azeez Abdul and I am from Nigeria, the only son in my family, also the third born. I came to the UK in 2004 and settled in London. It was three years ago I decided to take break into photography and picked up my first camera. I shoot portrait, beauty and fashion photographies.
Northern Scene founder Barnaby Fairley is passionate about life. He is driven by his love of the city, the great outdoors, and capturing life's great experiences. Videography and photography are forms of art that create something words can not express. Northern Scene highlights cultural aspects like music, fashion and urban life.
I’m a self-taught female photographer from the UK, I’ve worked in photography for about three and a half years, shooting beautiful stylised portraits. I’ve enjoyed working on both individual concept shoots, and brand campaign launches alike, to help provide some dark context for their work. Inspired by all things strange, my mission is to create images to showcase the wonderful work and craft of all involved.
I grew up in Queensland, Australia as young lass I exclusively listened to the Spice Girls until one day my Granddad gave me a stolen cd wallet full of hip hop classics, and when I was 21 I had to go to the birthplace of hip hop and spent 12 months living and working in New York, where I learned what happens to your body if you eat pizza every day for a year.