It’s always been important to Elise that she works with a wide variety of age groups – so she was delighted to work with a cast of older women for this recent beauty campaign. As per usual, she ran the casting days herself to ensure natural beauty was at the heart of the selection.
“What’s Left Behind’ is photographer Elise Dumontet’s latest personal project in collaboration with Lauren Kay, Stephanie Staunton & Milk Management.
Using fake tan the team creates imprints using the following humorous products:
A Vivienne Westwood necklace.
A Tatty Devine lightning bolt.
A Chanel watch.
A pair of Gucci glasses.
‘Nuns’ is a satirical comedy about three rebellious nuns and how they plot to overthrow the mother superior in order to establish smoking rights for themselves.
Elise’s winning image at Life Framers ‘THE HUMAN BODY’.
“Elise’s composition seems effortlessly elegant – a flawless landscape of rolling female forms, like sand dunes. It’s both subtle and sensual, captured in muted grey and soft candy pink – It’s compelling in its simplicity.” Life Framer.
Set amongst London’s grasslands, the team constructed a picnic infused with nature. Organic light, natural tones, and gentle clothing were brought together to showcase beauty in the wilderness.
Elise’s new personal project ‘Heavenly Creature’ centres around the natural. Sunlight bounces into frame from below the model, softening the harder shadows that can form in daylight settings.
This series also signifies a move away from studio beauty and into a slightly more loose, naturalistic beauty.
These fun and colourful images were shot by Elise for Femfresh. The team set up in the studio with party props and coloramas for a zesty quirk!
Elise’s latest personal project plays with ever-evolving make-up trends and the team decided to really push the boat out!
REAL gold was applied to the model’s skin for a series of intense close-ups, creating an intensified highlights. #goldie
‘Beneath the Veil’ is Elise’s most recent personal project with a focus on body curves, textures, and tone.
The use of a veil symbolises barriers and change. Close crops of the model dominate this series and build on the intimacy that surrounds marriage.