Hollie Fernando is an award winning London-based portrait photographer whose youthful work has an unique, ethereal beauty that’s influenced by the Pre-Raphaelite paintings of the 19th Century.
Shooting on film, there’s a simplicity and sincerity to her work and it’s this sincerity and honest approach that’s won her work with most of the major record labels in the UK, shooting the latest and most up and coming new bands of the moment.
Select Clients & Publications
The Adventure Handbook, Because Records, Brick Magazine, Champion, Crack Magazine, Creative Review, Domino Records, Footlocker Europe, Infectious Records, Intern Magazine, It’s Nice That, Lucky Number Records, Mom + Pop Records, Ninja Tune Records, Nylon/Popular Magazine, Polaroid Originals, Printed Pages, Q Magazine, Riposte Magazine, Rollacoaster Magazine, Rough Trade, Sony Music, Suitcase Magazine, TATE, The Telegraph, Transgressive Records, Universal Music, Vice, Warner Music, Wonderland Magazine.
- XX Creating Equality, M&C Saatchi London – March 2018
- Creative in Focus w/ Getty, Protein Gallery London – March 2018
- Late at Tate, Superflex Community w/ Uniqlo & Tate Modern London – October 2017
- Pink Pistols Collective Exhibition, Doomed Gallery London – June 2015
- 11.59: Group Exhibition funding the A21 Campaign, Truman Brewery London – December 2014
- If You Leave: Showcase 2014, Refreshment Centre London – October 2014
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"Her ability to construct and capture moments makes her a rare commodity in that she can apply that feel to pretty much anything she’s tasked with. It’s a type of work that many young photographers try to master, but few truly get hold of."
- intern Magazine