Squatters by Harry J Bartlett


Squatters is an editorial which was part of my Urban Youth project. This shoot focussed on the grim conditions of drug-filled squats and the acid-trips in unsanitary dens.
This was an interesting editorial to work on as it was my first chance to experiment with equipment used by Marine & Natural History photographers.

squattersfly eyered beetlebeetle stripesPhotography+ Styling: Harry J Bartlett
Models: Jade Fox Willis & Edward Napier
Make Up: Joshua Mitchell-Fowle
Wildlife Photography Assistant: Jack Mortimer
Assistants: Abbie Stern & Danielle Wren

#VIPoo x Harry J Bartlett


#VIPoo x Harry J Bartlett bannerA huge thank you to everybody who participated in my #VIPoo installation at my graduate “Picture 24” exhibition in Soho. It turned out to be more successful than I had originally imagined and the people who snapped away on social media really made my project worth while. It was an incredibly amusing and and rewarding experience to search the #VIPoo hashtag on Instagram and see how each person has experienced my installation.
I thought it would be a nice treat to show the world how you guys interacted with a toilet in a small room surrounded by pictures of my face. Because who doesn’t want to take a selfie in a room full of selfies?!

 

Harry J Bartlett featured in Dash Magazine


 

Rather excited to have had my work featured on Dash Magazine to advertise our #Picture24 Graduate Exhibition which we showed in Soho, London.Harry J Bartlett x Dash Magazine

https://dash.allyou.net/2650726

Falmouth University’s BA (Hons) Fashion Photography 1st graduate students featured in i-D Magazine


We were all incredibly thrilled to find ourselves featured on i-D Magazine’s online website regarding our #Picture24 exhibition.
Check out a few of the graduates and find out a little bit about their work here: http://i-d.vice.com/en_gb/read/top5/2419/falmouths-future-photography-stars

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#Picture24 BA (Hons) Fashion Photography Graduate Exhibition in Soho, London


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Well, I think its about time I gave you all a round up from our graduate exhibition which we had at 55 Dean Street, Soho.
It was such a fun experience to get to exhibit a collection of our work in Central London, surrounded by industry professionals, friends and family.
We had lots of exciting guests attend including; Elle Magazine, Mike Trow (Picture Editor @ Elle Magazine), Supermodel Sam Way, Candid Magazine and Dash Magazine (to name but a few) and we seemed to get a rather brilliant reception from all who attended.

Final Hand-In


I apologise for the lack of posts recently, but it has been a pretty hectic time of year.
Today I handed in my final project for my Fashion Photography degree at Falmouth University and it feels bloody great!
In the morning I head to London to set up our graduate exhibition; Picture 24 which launches on Thursday @ 6:30pm in Soho.
As I haven’t posted any of my work recently, I thought i’d give you a little teaser of some of the things you can expect to see at the exhibition. I hope you enjoy

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Don’t forget to join our event page for the exhibition to keep up to date with what’s happening
I hope to see you all there
https://www.facebook.com/events/1422779041324589/?ref=br_tf

Picture 24 opens at 6:30pm on the 22nd of May
55 Dean Street,
Soho,
London

Show5 x Lucy Hawes & Eve McGovren


You guys have to check out this fashion film!
This was created by two 3rd year BA (Hons) Fashion Photography students and using garments from this year’s graduate Fashion Design and Performance Sportswear Design students.

‘Arranged, shot and produced in under two weeks, Falmouth Fashion Photography students Lucy Hawes and Eve McGovren present to you an A-Z of Falmouth Graduate designers. Practicing fashion film for the past two years, this is their final farewell film before graduating and heading to the big city. Third of a list of short films they have produced as a partnership, they have formed their own mini production company ‘ELU’. In preparation of the up coming fashion show, this film gives you a taste of fresh talent to leave Falmouth this year. Watch this space.’