Originally a Cambridge native Kirstin is an accomplished stills Photographer with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Art Photography currently living in East London with 3 black cats!
Kirstin spent the first 8 years of her career shooting documentary photography at the international catwalk shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris for British Elle Magazine. This work went on to inspire her to write and publish a book of her images from the shows titled A Front Row Seat. The book, published in 2011 launched alongside an exhibition Catwalk to Cover at The Fashion and Textile Museum. Kirstin helped curate the exhibition and exhibited work alongside 3 other photographers work from the catwalk industry.
Since then Kirstin has had exhibitions at The Civic Center in Barnsley, Expressions art and entertainment Center in New Zealand, The Hoxton Hotel London and most recently a pop up exhibition at The Subculture Archives in London during London Fashion week.
The book and exhibition caught the attention of the directors at Getty Images, as a result she has gone on to become a well-known contributing and assignment photographer for the company and has been working with them for over 7 years now. She has continued to work at fashion weeks around the world mainly specializing in Street Style, Arrivals and Backstage photography. However with her considerable experience in the entertainment space alongside the catwalk shows she also regularly covers major industry events such as The British Fashion awards, Royal Ascot and in store events for clients such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Yohji Yamamoto and Escada.
Alongside her event work Kirstin has a comprehensive portfolio that includes editorial, advertorial, portrait, commercial and look book commissions.
Her work has been published both online and in Magazines all over the world including British Vogue, Elle UK, Grazia, Get the Gloss and Net-a-Porter, she has also worked directly on shoots with clients such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Harrods, Heathrow, Todds, Schwazkopf Topshop and Fuji Film.
What photography means to me;
“My camera has been my passport to many different worlds and I hope many more I’ve yet to experience”
“In my personal opinion a photograph has the power to make us laugh or cry, inspire us to travel, change our style and how we dress, It can also help to educate us by broadening our understanding of the political climate and issues around the world”
In her spare time Kirstin enjoys Swimming, Yoga and the beach!