Hollie Fernando (b.1991)
Hollie Fernando is a British photographer and director based in London. Known for her rich colour palettes and a dreamlike quality which imbues her work, Hollie creates arresting images which are both delicate and powerful at the same time.
Taking inspiration from classical painting, Hollie often revives these conventional allegories and symbolic features, subverting received ideas of how we view an image to create fantastical work centred in her own world.
Shooting with both a relaxed and thoughtful approach, Hollie always gets the best out of her subjects and has worked with a range of sitters from actors and musicians to her own siblings.
Awards & Recognition
PDN’s 30 2019
Creative Review Annual Award 2018
Creative Review Annual Award 2016
If You Leave Showcase Winner 2014
2018 - ‘195 Journal, Issue One’, Self Published
2018 - ‘12’, Self Published
2017 - ‘Pura Vida’, Self Published
2019 - ‘Travel/195’, Modern Society London
2018 - ‘12’ (debut), Doomed Gallery London
2018 - Pylot Magazine Open Call 2018, Free Range, Truman Brewery London
2018 - XX Creating Equality, M&C Saatchi London
2018 - Creative in Focus w/ Getty, Protein Gallery London
2017 - Late at Tate, Superflex Community w/ Uniqlo & Tate Modern London
2015 - Pink Pistols Collective Exhibition, Doomed Gallery London
2014 - 11.59: Group Exhibition w/ A21 Campaign, Truman Brewery London
2014 - If You Leave: Showcase 2014, Refreshment Centre London
Select Clients & Publications
Adidas, Champion, Converse, Crack Magazine, Creative Review, Domino Records, Exit Magazine, Goodhood, i-D, Lazy Oaf, It’s Nice That, Net-A-Porter, The Observer, Polaroid Originals, Q Magazine, RA, Riposte Magazine, Rolling Stone, Rough Trade, Stepney Workers Club, STORY mfg, TATE, The Telegraph, Universal Music, Vice, Warner Music, Wilderness Festival.
Select Interviews & Press
Creative Review 2018 on ‘A Better Life’ artwork, i-D on ’12’, It’s Nice That on ’12’, It’s Nice That, Lomography, intern Magazine, Creative Review 2016 on ‘In The Shadows of The Sun’, Somewhere
All images © Hollie Fernando 2019