Three amateur photographers shoot J W Anderson’s Autumn Campaign

In May of this year J W Anderson put out a call for emerging new photography talent to enter a competition to shoot the brands Spring 19 campaign.  Being a part of the NewGen talent given a leg up in London fashion week in 2011, Anderson must of felt it was time to give something back to the next generation of talent coming up through the ranks.  The J W Anderson ‘Your Picture / Our Future’ search eventually yielded the talents of photographers Julie Greve from the UK, Yelena Beletskaya from Russia and Simons Finnerty from the U.S.  
The three photographers were commissioned to shoot the campaign which has just been released and asked to stay true to their individual aesthetic in order to reinvent the brands image.  “This campaign is all about a ‘creative refreshing’,” explained Creative Director Jonathan Anderson in a press release. “We chose to work with three young, talented photographers, all of whom have their own untainted, creative visions. Fundamentally, they were able to grasp the unfiltered essence of the JW Anderson brand.”  
Each photographer was given a selection of ready-to-wear garments and accessories from the brands Autumn collection and were asked to add their unique, distinctive style to the images.  The photographers worked closely along side stylist for the brand Benjamin Bruno as well as Anderson himself.  “It’s been kind of amazing. We had nearly 2,000 entries from all across the world: Japan, China, Argentina, Russia, Canada, the USA, everywhere” said Anderson.  The final images are strikingly individual, but remain thoroughly in line with “the unfiltered essence of the JW Anderson brand”.
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