Matilda Temperley Somerset, UKMatilda’s work is inspired by marginalised societies. It regularly appears in international publications such as The Guardian, The Telegraph, Harpers Bazaar and National Geographic. Matilda’s sell out book, Under the Surface - Somerset Floods won the Royal Photographic Society’s Vic Odden Award in 2015. Her second book, Omo - Change in the Valley documents human rights abuses in Ethiopia. Her third book, The League of Exotic Dancers - Legends of American Burlesque has recently been published by Oxford University Press.
Romantic, classic, with an element of theatricality.
Normally a Canon 5d mark 2, but also a Nikon f3 35mm film camera for double exposures and some old medium format cameras for other personal work.
The boy in the picture is a Mursi. He was very shy when having his picture taken, but was delighted with the result afterwards. The image is a tribute to the beauty and grace of the people from the Omo Valley, at a time when tribal fashions are being lost to the forces of globalization.
(A0) Extra Large Print £1,020.00
Edition of 25
84.1 x 118.9cm. 2" white border.
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