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.
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.
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
In a world where social media, celebrity influence, and highly edited content delude the individual, an unrealistic vision of beauty is formed. Elise Dumontet recent project focuses on this distorted perception. Featured in Bubble Zine.
In her latest series of unedited images, Elise aims to portray an individual who is trapped in her own skin.
Elise continues her exploration of the human form with this latest series of skin close-ups.
This time the models entangled limbs were wearing pale coloured tights to create repetition & symmetry through the shape.
Elise draws performances out of her models for this series titled ‘Chanel I Love You’.
It focuses on the craft and beauty of Chanel jewellery, sitting juxtaposed by the provocative and high energy characters.
JFW Magazine commissioned Elise Dumontet for the series titled “It all worked out”.
Elise was unleashed to capture the raw power and beauty of women working out. Particular attention was given to the the models skin by use of diffused and gentle highlights seen on the face and arms. The series features watches by Chanel, Hublot & Tag Heuer, with clothing produced by Puma, Ivy Park & Sophia Webster.
The latest personal project by Elise entertains the idea of ‘going under the knife’.
Knots tied in tape around human body parts visualises Elise’s direct interpretation of medical photography.
Over the Christmas break Elise has been expanding on her personal project ‘Skin We’re In’.
The series of bodyscapes scrutinise the human body in all its imperfections. Challenging the norm with a project that turns ‘unsightly’ markings into epicentres of beauty.
Elise shot these images for Elena Karavasili and have since been seen featured in Marie Claire, Greece.
Directing the set build, Elise worked to create something very playful and surreal, denoted by the contrast in colour. The positioning of the model, seated on a plinth adds to the theme.