Catherine Losing is a still life photographer, creating extravagant and exciting shoots from everyday life objects. Her unique vision and imagination fuel her concept driven work, always bursting with color and personality.
The London based artist graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BA in Photography, then went on to work for several distinguished publications including Vogue Italia, The Guardian, The Independent and Ripostle Magazine of which the artist comments, “I really enjoyed working with Riposte. I recently did a couple of shoots for them and the editor Danielle is very open to ideas, concepts and a different way of approaching things. It's such a great magazine”.
“I'm always working on new concepts and ideas for both my commercial and personal work. I think any artwork is much more interesting when there's a concept behind it rather than just being visually pleasing.”
This philosophy is clearly prevalent in the work of this aesthete, as Losings' magazine editorials don’t let your eyes wander; you’re engulfed in the most minute of details that clearly denote the passion of this photographer.
Losing's idiosyncratic style of still life photography is executed with sophistication, intelligence, and an undercurrent of humour. Connecting context with aesthetic pleasure Losing is a master behind the lens.
Words / Bridgette Hungerford