Renowned photographer Iain McKell spent two years immersed in a community of young female artists, documenting their unique performances, parties and personalities. The resulting visual diary is a celebration of freedom and self-expression, and a reminder to embrace the most creative parts of who we are.
Iain McKell is a British fine art-documentary, fashion and portrait photographer who lives in London. He has documented various sub-societies, directed commercials and pop videos and worked on commission for The Sunday Times, Vogue Italia, L’Uomo Vogue and i-D. This is his fifth photography book.
With an introduction by Gemma Padley, Book design by Friederike Huber.
Publisher Hoxton Press160pp, hardback, silver foil, 199mm x 151mm