Ophelia Wynne is a London based portrait, documentary and advertising photographer and director, born and raised in Stoke on Trent.
Her work is characterised by a vibrant quality, with a colourful and energetic narrative that is emotive in nature, with a focus on capturing genuine and intimate moments, and documenting themes of social identity.
After graduating from a BA Photography course at Nottingham Trent University, she began her career assisting Rankin on production.
Her work with editorial outlets includes Empire Magazine, i-D, The Face, Sunday Times Style, T Magazine, The Observer Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, W Magazine, Wonderland, Teen Vogue and Vogue.
Her commercial work includes campaigns and short films for Adidas, Boots, Easyjet, Gucci, Guinness, Kodak, Marc Jacobs, New Look, Nokia, Orange, Puma and Quiksilver.
In addition to her photographic and directorial career, Wynne self-published a book which features images of 12-18 year-olds captured at the Wildeness Festival’s “Underage Festival” over a five year period, with a foreword by writer Craig Mclean, which came 2nd in the World International Photography Awards.
Wynne’s ability to form genuine connections with her talent has led her to shoot celebrities including ASAP Rocky, Blondie, Claudia Winkleman, Damien Lewis, Jamie Dornan, Goldfrapp, Graham Coxon, Kiera Knightley, Lily Allen, Mary J Blige, Mika, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Scarlet Johansson, among others, creating pictures that allow her audience to connect in just the same way.