Julia Fullerton-Batten + 2015 Campari Calendar

Julia teamed up with Campari to shoot French actress, Eva Green, for the apéritif’s 16th annual calendar.  Titled “Mythology Mixology,” each month’s image celebrates a classic Campari cocktail, from The Negroni to The Americano.  Julia is the first woman asked to shoot the calendar and brings her distinct style to the project, creating a dreamlike timelessness while telling the intrinsic stories behind these iconic drinks.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + FitBug

Julia was commissioned by FitBug, a Fitness, Sleep and Activity tracker, to shoot their recent campaign. The images take the viewer through different aspects of keeping up a healthy lifestyle while FitBug helps track it all.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Campari Calendar Cover

Julia was asked by Campari to shoot their very limited annual calendar.  She is the first women to ever take on this honor.  Working with french actress and star of the calendar, Eva Green, Julia shot images that bring a classic Campari cocktail to life each month of 2015.  The cover was released yesterday and is below, stay tuned for all the images.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + World Photography Organization

Julia was recently interviewed by the World Photography Organization for the first of their bi-weekly interviews with photographers selected as part of 2014’s THE FENCE, a summer-long outdoor photographic exhibition stretching over 1000ft in length shown in Boston, Brooklyn, and Atlanta.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + L’oeil de la Photographie + Beards

Julia’s most recent project, portraits of men with bears adorned with flowers, was featured today on the blog, L’oeil de la Photographie.  The images offer a dialogue on masculinity and bring to light the growing complexities of what we consider a modern man.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Eclectix

Eclectix Online recently interviewed Julia for an Artist Feature. The interview covers Julia’s childhood memories, inspirations, as well as technical aspects of  creating the “surreal” world within her work.

“I have shot a whole series of projects based on the female psyche; from teenage angst to mother-daughter relationships and a grown woman’s downward spiral when confronted with unrequited love. Without embarrassment I admit to the auto-biographical nature of much of the content of these images. Having exorcised the past I have now fortunately moved on.”

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Swisscom

Julia was recently commissioned by Heimat Berlin to shoot a campaign for Swiss telecommunications giant, Swisscom.  The images depict an inspired Switzerland, one where there are possibilities at every turn, it is just a matter of recognizing them.  Breathing life into this project, Julia’s dreamlike photos show people recognizing and discovering these opportunities everywhere.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Beards Project

Noting the prevalence of facial hair in fashion today and how the manicured, yet rugged man has become far more common, Julia set out to contrast these ideas.  She photographed these bearded men in overgrown green houses, depicting nature not only reclaiming space but also taking back the man, creeping into the subject’s beards.  Like Roald Dahl’s Mr Twit with countless food particles caught in his beard, these male subjects reflect the societal perception of the aloof man, however, are complicated by feminine floral arrangements adorning their faces.  These flowers, carefully intertwined with their masculinity, show not only the complexity of the male role within fashion but within modern society as a hole.  In essence, Julia’s images question the symbols and messaging associated with masculinity, the modern man is pulled in two directions. In one, showing a masculine side, but in another, displaying their sensitive being, all while these two notions begin to come full circle, the feminine becoming the essence of the rugged and natural man.  These images offer a provocative look at the nature of beauty and strength.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Everland Resort Korea

Julia was recently shooting at the Everland Theme Park and Resort just south the South Korean capitol, Seoul. Julia’s images highlight the park’s essence by focusing on the emotions and expressions of park guests and employees, casting them in a nostalgic neon and pastel glow.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + MORE Magazine + Cancer Research

Julia was asked by More Magazine to photograph 4 women who are on the forefront in the fight against cancer.  In the often male dominated sciences, these 3 research doctors and a fundraiser are paving the way in this battle and are responsible for a spectacular number of life-extending advances.

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