Heather Glazzard Is Reclaiming Exposed Female Bodies

My work has always massively focused on pulling a vulnerable side out of queer women weather it’s through a fashion shoot or a documentary portrait sitting or a bit of both. there’s this idea that by being exposed it allows you to become very vulnerable. Exposure can be done through many ways, in this one I chose...

The Performance Artist Exorcizing Her Demons On Stage

Celeste XXX is something that I have created as a rebellion towards conventional views of art, music, and the female form. XXX meaning sexually explicit or provocative content XXX meaning poison “punk” does not have to have a distorted fast pace guitar and angry vocals and pop does not have to be a mainstream thing....

SACROSANCT

I have always found solace in intimate moments alone or with a girlfriend in our rooms, it’s a strong part of what makes up me, and I wanted to display this closeness through my images. Most of my time as a teenager has been spent in scenes like this one. I wanted to portray something...

A Call For Diversity

All photos are self-portraits. I do the whole process by myself. The production, styling, makeup, set up of the space (usually my room), composition, and everything else. I get to learn from different fields and it lets me have more control over what I’m looking for. And then I ask my husband to press the...

Homesick

Whilst moving cardboard boxes out of my childhood bedroom, ready to move out and begin my life as an adult, I gained an overwhelming feeling of nostalgia and sadness for my past. I decided to collect items from my childhood that reminded me of all the things I used to love when I was a...

The Bigger The Hair, The Closer To God

Here is an editorial inspired by misfit pageant princesses, sparkle & the notion that bigger is always better. Photographer: Michele Cote, Stylist: Hannah Grunden, Hair: Aieasha Paul, Makeup: Scarlett Burton Models: Ameera and Naya at Nii Agency Image one: Ameera wears Olivia Bradley gloves, Beyond Retro dress, stylist’s own jacket and jewellery, Image two: Naya wears Beyond Retro...

Select Player

This editorial is inspired by video games, female competition and female empowerment. Photography: Vincent Nadon, Styling: Emilie Nadon, Make-Up & Hair: Vanessa Yang, Models: Melodie aka Clair represented by dulcedo, and Mathilde aka Alex

One In Five Project

I was raped in 2014. I struggled to function in everyday situations, leaving my flat in London was difficult and the only place I felt safe was my bedroom, I grew confidence to be able to go to university and be in the darkroom printing for hours and hours on end. I started drinking a...

ARCANA

The idea was to recreate the energy and power that you cast during a magic spell and tarot reading.Im an avid reader of occult sciences and I´ve learned that it’s essential to create a physical space that suits you. I wanted to transform sunbeams and allow them to shine through different objects and tools. When you cast a spell you can feel...

Sunday Best

Me and Emily Jones got together to shoot something humorous, we had the idea to transform the images into collages, to juxtapose the female dress up styling with highly masculinized homoerotic fetish art, the collages created by Ruby Ramelize are an expression of queerness and sexuality. Photography: Heather Glazzard, Styling: Emily Jones, Collaging: Ruby Ramelize, Clothes by:...

Luminous Horrors

We spoke in colors. The warmer gradients sharp and forward while the cool blues and purple hues leaned effortlessly against the wall. They converged wildly over skin.This photo shoot was truly a collaboration among friends.  Driving from NYC’s Chinatown through Time Square, the four of us found ourselves twirling around a hot-tub in an hourly...

Fancy Feast!

A set of 9 photos and 3 GIFs based on the idea of a kitsch queen having a totally colorful, lavish feast. We were inspired by all things tacky, campy, and gross, and think that the images would fit perfectly with Polyester’s aesthetic that we both adore. Iris took the photos, I collaged ’em and...