Represented by MA+
Felicity Ingram is a British photographer and director known for her unique and unconventional approach to photography. Her work often blurs the lines between fashion, portrait, and beauty photography.
Ingram’s photography is characterised by her use of light and colour as well as her ability to capture her subjects in a raw and unguarded way.
Felicity is a strong advocate for the empowerment and representation of women in the industry. Her work often challenges societal norms, celebrating diversity and breaking conventional boundaries. She believes in the power of imagery to inspire, evoke emotions, and provoke meaningful conversations.
Ingram’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including Vogue, i-D, Dazed, and The Wall Street Journal. She has also worked with major fashion brands such as Hermes, Valentino, and YSL. Overall, Ingram’s work is marked by its rawness, intimacy, and its ability to challenge traditional notions of beauty and fashion photography.
Editorials: British Vogue, Vogue Paris, Italian Vogue, WSJ, i-D, Dazed, Altered States, Revue, Wallpaper*, T Magazine, Interview Magazine, Modern Weekly Style, Telegraph Luxury, Primary Paper.
Commercial: Valentino, YSL , Hermés, Clarins, Joseph, Rimmel London, M.A.C Cosmetics, Tous, H&M Beauty, Bobbi Brown, Fenty, Selfridges, Olay, Vichy, Harrods, Sephora, Yves Rocher, Vyrao, Pureology, Ren, Liberty London, Skinsei, Clairol, Pureology, Authentic Beauty Concept.