1st March 2017 – 1st April 2017
William is a photographic artist based in East London who graduated from University College Falmouth in 2010. Specialising in still life photography, William works across editorial, advertising and fine art platforms. He often collaborates with set designers, sculptors and other artists to encourage visually unique and serendipitous images.
Referencing the minimalist sculptures of Duance Hatchett, the vivid colour and subtle texture of the paper give a new dimension to the reinterpreted form. The objects inspire and arresting simplicity and incisiveness of composition. (Set design by Alice Rigby)
These plaster cast forms of the naturally ‘misshapen’ fruits and vegetables, elevate the everyday to a more sculptural level. Originally commissioned for Rakesprogress Magazine, who suggested, ‘Is this what Jeff Koons’ fridge would look like?’ (Set design by Alice Rigby)
Exploring traditional icons of femininity, these images manifest a curious tension. The images were commissioned by Soho House for ‘House Notes’, March issue, titled HER which celebrates International Women’s Day. (Set design by Imogen Frost)