Julia Fullerton-Batten + START Art Fair

Last month, Julia Fullerton-Batten’s Korea series was featured in the START Art Fair at the Saatchi Gallery in London. In the video below, Julia discusses the project at the gallery opening.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Huffington Post + Feral Children

A new personal project from Julia Fullerton-Batten, titled Feral Children, is currently being featured in the Huffington Post. Two years ago, Julia encountered a tale in the book The Girl with No Name about a 5-year old girl named Marina Chapman, who was kidnapped from her home and then left completely alone in a jungle in Colombia.

“Out of this morbid fascination grew inspiration. Fullerton-Batten resolved to recreate the unfathomable scenarios experienced by a variety of mythologized feral children, visualizing what to many is too unusual to even imagine.”

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Les Revenants

Julia Fullerton-Batten was recently commissioned by Paris-based ad agency BETC to create key art for Les Revenants. The flagship series of Canal+ will premiere it’s second season on September 28th.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Untitled Magazine + Petite Meller

Julia Fullerton-Batten was recently commissioned by Untitled Magazine to photograph French pop artist Petite Meller for their latest #GirlPower issue.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Oxfam + Print & Motion

Julia Fullerton-Batten recently partnered with Oxfam, a charity working to find solutions to poverty and injustice, for a brand new ad campaign. The campaign was a first for the online store, which has often been considered a well-kept secret. Julia headed up the creative as both photographer and director. To read more about the campaign and see a behind the scenes video, click here, and be sure to check out the commercial below!

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Oxfam Online Shop Shoot

Oxfam Online Shop Shoot

Oxfam Online Shop Shoot

Oxfam Online Shop Shoot

Julia Fullerton-Batten + Prix HSBC Pour La Photographie + Visionarea Art Space

Julia received the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie Award in 2007. To commemorate the festival’s 20th year anniversary, Julia was asked to answer a few questions regarding the award that enabled her to publish her first monograph “Teenage Stories”.

Julia is also having a solo exhibition for her “Korea” project at Visionarea Art Space in Rome. The exhibition is curated by Clara Tosi Pamphili and opens today May 28th through Sept 10th.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + National Geographic

Julia Fullerton-Batten recently had an image from her “Korea, 2013″ series featured in National Geographic‘s “Visions of Earth”. Click here to check out all images featured in this month’s “Visions of Earth”.

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Floto+Warner + Mark Zibert + Julia Fullerton-Batten + 2015 PDN Photo Annual

We are pleased to announce that three VAUGHAN HANNIGAN photographers were included in this year’s 2015 PDN Photo Annual.  An image Mark Zibert shot for Adidas “It’s Blue. What Else Matters?” campaign was chosen for their “Best in Advertising” category. Floto+Warner’s Colourant series was chosen for “Best in Personal Projects.” Julia Fullerton-Batten’s promo was included in their “Best in Self-Promotion” category. Below, we have included all our photographer’s winning images but be sure to check out all the winning images on the 2015 PDN Photo Annual winner’s gallery.

Click here to see all the winning images from 2015 PDN Photo Annual.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Huffington Post + Mothers and Daughters

Julia’s ‘Mothers and Daughters’ series (2012) was recently featured on Huffington Post!

“The bond between a mother and daughter changes over time, facing new challenges at every life stage. Whether your mother-daughter relationship is loving, fractured, fraught or all of the above, it’s always going to be complex.

Photographer and artist Julia Fullerton-Batten tackles these relationship complexities in her 2012 photo series “Mothers And Daughters.” Although Fullerton-Batten debuted the images a few years ago, the emotions they capture still resonate with any woman who has a strong relationship with her mother and/or daughter.” – Huffington Post

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards recently announced the shortlist for their 2015 competition and Julia Fullerton-Batten was one of 35 photographers to make the list. This photo was taken in an open shower in Caribbean Bay at Everland, the largest theme park in Korea.

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