Photographer Fleur Olby takes her inspiration from nature and seeks to capture its essence in her aesthetic. This evolved from a rural childhood in Yorkshire, where she continues to work on long-term projects.
Olby established her still life practice in London over twenty years ago, working for editorial, design and advertising clients. A large body of work for 'The Observer' is included in her monograph 'Fleur' - Plant Portraits.
Through recent collaborative projects Plant Portrait images have developed into textile designs and installations.
Olby holds a silver D&AD for a Royal Mail Millennium stamp. She has a B.A.(Hons); an M.A. in Graphic Design.
Her still life work has been published by: Gardens Illustrated, Creative Review, The Independent, Bloomsbury Publishing, Fuel Publishing, Waitrose Food Illustrated, The Sunday Times, Elle, Vogue, Wallpaper, The Body Shop, Selfridges, Conran, De Beers and Dunhill.
Dark, moody and sensual still life photographs of flowers in wintertime.