Benedict Brink never set out to be a photographer, but after securing an arts degree, she changed tact on the advice of a friend — and, judging by her bursting portfolio, never looked back.
The New York-based photographer has carved a niche as one of fashion’s more offbeat up and coming photographers, her film-shot images reveal a unique eye for casting which, combined with a natural aptitude for portraiture, has landed her spots in all the magazines you’d expect, among them Dazed, Sleek, W magazine, 1 Granary, Office magazine, Oyster magazine, Grit magazine and Re-Edition.
Benedict may have shot campaigns for Adidas Originals and Gap, but her works sits firmly outside the commercial, instead clinging tightly to the effortless cool which makes it so magnetic. Case in point: sift through and you might spot Erin O’Connor lounging her way into Benedict’s portfolio.
- Stephen Tayo's photographs "create a visual narrative" of everyday encounters
- Photographer Daniel Weiss tells the story of the New York he grew up with
- Córdova Canillas seamlessly designs a multi-format furniture catalogue with seven photographers
- The year of the gif: Studio Feixen’s multitude of moving posters
- Veronika Minder's book, Art Décor, explores the life of bon viveur Bob Steffen (NSFW)
- Mainstudio's publications merge conceptual art, architecture and graphic design
- Graphic designer Bryan Rivera references mistakes and imperfections in his portfolio
- Adidas releases trainers that are also public transport tickets
- Compare your selfies to fine art through the Google Arts and Culture app’s newest feature
- Practical portfolio advice, from choosing a specialism to solving real problems
- Meet Monkey Type, an international collective bananas about fonts
- The Papier Machine collection of DIY electronic paper toys reinvents the activity book