And only 15…

I discovered the work of photographer Eleanor Hardwick, a talented and hardworking photographer whose aesthetic I enjoy and at times feel hits close to home in what I sometimes go for when photographing for set portraiture…. and she is only 15!
I was particularly impressed by the simplicity of thought she has concerning her photography…the image itself that her words conjured up for me was even beautiful. In an interview when asked why she is so drawn to photographing people, she said, “I suppose a famous landmark, such as the Eiffel Tower, can only be photographed in so many ways, but a single person is constantly changing both physically and mentally.”

What does that make you see?


About jordangordon

Ashley Jordan Gordon is a freelance photographer currently based out of San Francisco, California. Ashley works in Portrait and Editorial photography, as well as being trained and still working in Documentary and Fine Art. Some of Gordon's more notable accomplishments include being exhibited in the UK's National Portrait Gallery for the Photographic Portrait Prize, and being featured on National Geographic. She graduated from University of California Santa Cruz with a degree in Environmental Studies and an emphasis in Documentary Photography in 2007. She is available for assignment, either domestic or abroad. Website: All original images and words on this website are © copyrighted and sole property of Ashley Jordan Gordon –these images shall not be used for any reason nor shall they be reproduced without the expressed consent of Ashley Jordan Gordon
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