Julia Fullerton-Batten is rapidly developing a reputation as one of the leading photographers in the country.  She was one of three photographers who shared their work at Gather – Reinventing Portraiture.

In this video, Julia takes us on a journey through seven projects. Sometimes inspired by her own life story, like “Teenage Stories”, “In Between” and “Mothers and Daughters” these projects focus on women’s relationships. This fascinating talk illustrates the depth and craft in Julia’s imagery, from her early work to later projects of blind people and explorations in Tokyo and South Korea.

Gather is a series of talks championing photography and creativity.

See more of Julia’s work on Getty Images and on her website. 

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