Photographer Mollie Dendle Captures Young Feminists To Give Models A Voice
Self taught artist and film photographer Mollie Dendle began street casting 3 years ago.
Bored of all of the model packages she was receiving she wanted to find real muses with something to say. In a world where models have become rag dolls for photographers, designers, stylists and hair and make up teams, Mollie gives models and talent a voice. Her photos are a creative collaboration where the model has as much say as anyone else in the process.
Her raw, stripped back style shows the talent in their most authentic state. Shot at home, self styled and without photoshop the images are an insight into the worlds of some of this generation’s most interesting characters. Subjects who have lined up to be shot by her include feminist warriors and artists Arvida Bystrom, Lee Armoogan and Monica Hernandez.
Mollie’s eye for talent brought her to the doors of infamous street casting company Anti-Agency where she has rebranded their aesthetic and scouted a whole new board of head strong, talented individuals including feminist artist Scarlett Costello, feminist skater Kabrina Adams, Sex blogger Eliza Lawrence and 16 year old body confident ambassador Chloe Pultar, to name a few.
Mollie is currently working towards her first book and solo exhibition “Everything you see here is real” launching in 2018.