Working in mixed media, fashion photography, and digital manipulation, Emma Blake Morsi has a long history of exhibiting across Bristol’s leading platforms, from internationally renowned Arnolfini Gallery, to co-curating the National Portrait Gallery’s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at the M Shed. Her experience as a fashion photographer – from editorials and lookbooks, to styling and videography, catwalk and photoshoots – is best seen through her work as Nocturnal’s Editor-in-Chief. Having collaborated with leading independent brands such as That Thing (previously ‘Shop Dutty’), Fawohodie, and Se7en, she has also photographed in a freelance capacity for Sanctum (Situations and Rising Arts Agency) and Watershed (No Boundaries conferences).
Experiment edits playing around with digital manipulation and composition leading up to the A2 Photography exam as part of the final piece preparations … Photography Final Piece Prep
Emma Blake Morsi hits up Fuze 2015 with leading independent Bristol brand That Thing (previously known as ‘Shop Dutty’) … Fuze 2015
Emma Blake Morsi hits up London Fashion Week to cover the debut of some incredible SS15 collections in the capital … London Fashion Week 2014
Preliminary test shoot for the UV portrait series. Using black lighting and ultraviolet paint, Morsi explores the body as a canvas for Nocturnal magazine’s Issue V editorial. … UV Portraits (Preliminary Shoot)
The Claustrophobia photography series was originally shot in Bristol then later recaptured within the narrow space of a local alleyway. … Claustrophobia
Wet Sounds x Asphyxiation photography as part of Howling Owl’s Wet Sounds event at the South Bristol swimming pool … Wet Sounds x Asphyxiation