Natalie Winter is a London based photographer. Alongside the fashion work she is known for, she has worked on a number of personal projects. Hung Over Me is a series that explores her place within the clubbing culture she was a part of at the time through self portraiture, which looks into issues around performing for the camera, the male gaze and the glamorisation of clubbing. Diesel, is a vibrant photographic book documenting UK clubbing culture from Butlins to Ayia Napa. She has also worked on projects about the transition between being a child and an adult, and the physical differences and body language of men in their twenties. All of her personal projects have a theme running through them, which is that they critique ideas around gender, youth culture, class and social mobility.
Her photographic books Hung Over Me and Diesel are available to view online here.
June 2016 - Hung Over Me short film featured at Four Corners Gallery, Bethnal Green
June 2016 - Hung Over Me and short film featured at University of Greenwich Graduate Show
January 2016 - Diesel and short film Head Fu**er featured at The Night, UOG Project Space
June 2015 - Youth featured at Free Range at Trumans Brewery, Brick Lane
February 2015 - Boy featured at Men exhibition, UOG Project Space
June 2014 - Free Range at Trumans Brewery, Brick Lane