Lulu Ash’s photography is about people; it’s about feelings, connections and stories. Working with her subjects, she is able to create authentic and emotive narratives, evoking a sense of place. Her work has a distinct aesthetic where she is simultaneously able to created candid, spontaneous moments while also having a dreamlike quality. Born and raised in South Devon, Lulu went on to study Fine Art Photography at University College Falmouth. She currently splits her time between Cornwall and London.
Lulu’s work has been featured in numerous publications including It’s Nice That, Harper’s Bazaar, The Telegraph Magazine, HUCK and The Times to name but a few.
Recent clients include BT, Carling, The White Stuff, Airbnb, Talisker, Fashion Revolution, M&S, Halfords, SONY, Westons Cider, Kleenex and Samsung.
Lulu Ash has been shooting some new personal work with painter and surfer, Nina Brooke. Nina is known for creating beautiful aerial paintings of surf scenes and is a keen surfer herself – here are some of our favourites.
As well becoming a new mother to beautiful Daphne, Lulu Ash managed to find time to take her camera with her and capture some beautiful candid moments.
Lulu Ash was recently commissioned by ethical brand Fashion Revolution to shoot their maiden campaign. Lulu shot a series of intimate portraits of people wearing clothes made by designers who include artisanal and traditional crafts in their design DNA. Crew Photographer: Lulu Ash: @luluashstudio Producer: Poppy France: @poppyfrance Photo Assistant: Andrew Goss: @andrewgossphoto BTS Photography: Sam […]