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Ophelia Wynne is a photographer and a filmmaker. Her work focuses on people and their unique characteristics, style and energies. Her work aims to give the viewer a sense of time and place. Ophelia’s personal work primarily focuses on a social and cultural documentation of people and successfully spans the worlds of portraiture, fashion and advertising.

Her photography is bright, colourful and energetic in style, very accessible and these qualities bring out something positive and authentic from her subjects. Ophelia is constantly in search of honesty, personalities and stories, and the qualities she finds attractive in people helps her to capture those genuine moments in time.

‘When I photograph a subject, I’m not just trying to curate it, I’m reading the way people act, watching how they respond and using that understanding to get the best image on camera. In order to capture these moments, it can take a number of people on set and I am incredibly lucky to have a great team that I can rely on. I usually work by placing people in a situation and then see what happens, having fun, being spontaneous and letting it produce itself. I am at ease working anywhere in the world but my home is in East London’.

Ophelia has produced a self-published book on underage festival kids between 12-18 years old. She is fascinated by the subject of the ‘teenager’. She focused on behavioural patterns and how teenagers express themselves and their identity through fashion. She documented kids at the ‘Underage Festival’ for five years, which developed into a book with a foreword written by Craig McLean. This book came second in the World International Photography Awards.

Her varied portfolio includes portrait and project collections for The Sunday Times, ID Magazine, Mission, Vogue, Teen Vogue, W magazine, high-end brands such as Gucci, Adidas, Quicksilver, Marc Jacobs, Easyjet and a series on ‘young hopefuls’ for Lloyds TSB Olympics campaign. She also has made a Climate Kids film and two short Skater Girls films for i-D magazine; JOSIE & RIANNE with over 1M views combined.


Puma, Marc Jacobs, Gucci, Google, Under Armour, Quicksilver, Adidas, New Look, Clean & Clear, Boots, EasyJet, Ford Ka, Guinness, Kodak, Lloyds, TSB.


The Face, Billboard, i-D Magazine, Interview, Milk, Mission, Oyster Mag, The New Yorker, The New York T Magazine, The Telegraph Magazine, Stella, Sunday Times Style, The Sunday Times Magazine, Empire, The Observer Magazine, W Magazine, Wonderland. British, Japanese, Brazilian and Teen Vogues.


ASAP Rocky, Alphabeat, Alberta Cross, Bloc Party, Blondie, Claudia Winkleman, Damien Lewis, Jamie Dornan, Florence Pugh, Julie Verhoven, Goldfrapp, Graham Coxon, Jenny Lewis Kiera Knightley, Lena Heady, Leo Gregory, Dev of Lightspeed Champion, Lily Allen, Mos Def, Mary J Blige, Mika, Natalie Press, Noisettes, Paul Sculfor, Razorlight, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Rilo Kiley, Scarlet Johansson, Sean Paul, Tribes, The Vaccines, Caroline Vreeland, Tom Vek, The Rapture, Rudimental,  Laura Whitmore and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.


Stuart Broad, Ashley Cole, Alistair Cook, James Cracknell, Jermain Defoe, Marlon Devonish, Steve Gerrard, Phillips Idowu, Dirk Kujt, Frank Lampard, Harriet Lymer-smith, Kevin Pietersen, Beth Mead, Claire Rafferty, Britta Steffen, Sarah Taylor, Naomi van As.


IPA Honourable Mention Award 2019
FILMAKA Documentary film Competition 2019
Nottingham Trent – Atrim Group Show 2017
Self Published Book IPA 2nd Prize 2012
A Year In Development 2013
Wieden+Kennedy 2008
The Print Space 2008
Saatchi & Saatchi April 2006
Sketch 2004
Tom Blau Gallery 2004