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Umit Zeytincioglu

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Umit Zeytincioglu is a Cypriot photographer who specializes in fashion and portrait photography. Her journey with photography started over ten years ago when she was studying journalism. Her early work was mainly focused on portraiture with a keen interest in fashion. It was then she studied Fashion Photography at London School of Media, Film and TV.
In 2012, she moved to London to attend post-graduate studies. Here, she found her interest in conceptual photography and produced work focusing on memory. Her photographs depicting an imagined reality and lost memories are shown in exhibitions with her fellow classmates during her studies.
After graduating from her MA in Photographic Studies at Westminster University in 2014, she has worked as a baby, children and family portrait photographer with a private company for 2.5 years. In 2017, her creative path steered into teaching and gave her many opportunities to reinvest in her photography. She has been teaching at different places since then and recently joined LSP family.
Umit continues to photograph every day with passion and her fashion portraits have been published in multiple magazines.
www.umitzeytincioglu.com

Julia Schönstädt

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Julia Schönstädt is an award-winning, portrait photographer and video director from Berlin. She studied Photography Design at Berlin’s iconic Lette Verein and earned a Master’s in Photography at the renowned Goldsmiths, University of London. With several scholarships under her belt, she is now based in London, working between Germany and the UK. She works across advertising, music and reportage, always focusing on the human element.

Her ‘16 Bars Project’, a critical examination of the penal system in Germany, was recognised and awarded by The Guardian in 2014. Subsequently, in 2015, a book was published on the same topic by German-publisher, Asso Verlag.

Through a combination of her creative expression and commercial prowess, she helps brands and people to connect with their audiences using her signature cinematic and conceptual style.

As an extension of her personal philosophy, Julia strives to collaborate and partner with people who are committed to elevating the status of gender equality, social justice and female empowerment within the creative industry and beyond.
Clients have included Puma, Superdry, Channel4, The British Library and others.
https://www.schonstadt.com/

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