Lottie Hampson is a maker based in the UK who works with photography, drawing, food and ceramics. Most recently she has delved into the world of food; a passionate cook, she plays with ways of intertwining her practices; baking a loaf of bread, styling it with her ceramics, photographing the scene on film, interpreting that photo through drawing, & recreating the outcome of the drawing on the kitchen table for others to share and enjoy. Often her starting point, analogue photography helps her to slow down, and the images she makes are a quiet meditation on her surroundings; slowly building...
Earlier today I asked you to share your favourite black owned businesses so I could share them with this community and beyond. Please enjoy this list of creatives and feel free to submit your own or favourites to the list in the comments.
Along with browsing, supporting and following these businesses, please take the time to research how to be actively anti-racist within your own community and consider donating to and spreading the word about the following anti racism funds. Art by Ella Mosco.
With love and solidarity
February 2020 - Tulum, Mexico with my sons to celebrate their trips around the sun. We stayed at Chiringuito Tulum. Shot on 35mm.
My sons and I in the photography issue of Mother Muse Magazine. Big love to Shereen for the opportunity.
you can purchase a hard copy of the magazine or PDF here : http://www.blurb.com/b/8662839-mother-muse
Photographed by Liz Rosa
Our holiday in Varadero and Havana. I'll be doing a blog post soon on where we stayed, what we ate, where the best mercado was and the contact info for the 1950's pink convertible we cruised around in.
For those who love to know what we're wearing, here are the deets: