Juliette Cassidy

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Juliette Cassidy graduated in Arts from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. After finishing her degree, she traveled across 19 states of the U.S, working on the series, People We Know, These Americans, where she focuses on the emptiness brought forth by the most brutal capitalism in one of the richest countries in the world. Afterwards, she moved to Mexico City, followed by Miami and Los Angeles. She is currently based between Paris and London. Although she works in fashion, her most personal work, leans towards documentary photography.

In what ways does nature inspire or inform your work?

I very often travel to remote places, far away from the big cities, where I am able to find more simpler ways of existence. The subjects I photograph are often isolated with little context around them. While this visual isolation is the way I find myself in the world at times, I also crave human connection. A direct confrontation with the camera is a way for me to connect with the subjects I photograph and through them with the rest of the world.


In a few words, my practice in documentary photography is a search of self-knowledge and an attempt to re-encounter the essence of a life without noise.

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