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Imogen Morris Clarke – Here Come the Sons! – Glamour US (June 2012), Jennifer Livingston

May 24, 2012

Here’s a fun spread starring one of my top girls, Imogen Morris Clarke. She’s featured with a variety of sons and grandsons from some of entertainment’s coolest guys. Enjoy!

With Sean Brosnan, son of Pierce Brosnan.

With Angus & Henry Bernsen, sons of Corbin Bernsen.

With Tuki Brando, grandson of Marlon Brando.

With Tara Ferry, son of Bryan Ferry.

With Romeo Miller, son of Master P.

With Scott Eastwood, son of Clint Eastwood.

Isn’t Imo a lucky devil to pose with such scrumptious fare?! :p

Model: Imogen Morris Clarke (Next Models)

Photography: Jennifer Livingston

Fashion Editor: Maggie Mann

Hair: David Cox (Celestine Agency), Grooming: Barry White (Miller)

Makeup: Devra Kinery (Art Department)

Manicures: Janel Castellanos (Fiore Beauty), Tatyana Molot (artistsbytimothypriano.com)

Scanned by me.

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Imogen Morris Clarke & Dorothea Barth-Jörgensen – Fly by Night – Craig McDean for W Magazine February 2010

November 17, 2010

This editorial enchanted me into outer space. I sit around in a dimly lit room and gaze into these images and feel syphoned into a waking dream. The fantasia Craig McDean created could only be realized with these girls — two of my favourite people on the planet — Imogen Morris Clarke & Dorothea Barth-Jörgensen. In this spread, they are flesh and blood subconscious; embodiments of what we see when our eyes are closed yet mind is open. Alex White could not have styled this any better. I will definitely have these printed to display in my home.

This is a good example of why Imogen & Dorothea are among my very favourite talents and two of the best in the business. They’re a good reason why we were born with eyes to see and emotions to feel. Follow their blogs to understand what I mean!

Imogen Morris Clarke: Poison Dart (on Twitter: @imogenmc)

Dorothea Barth-Jörgensen: Displaced Bones (on Twitter: @DisplacedBones)

Editorial appeared in W Magazine, February 2010. Images sourced from TFS.

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Imogen Morris Clarke – Superb Shutterbug, AIHBA Promo Videos

July 21, 2010

Photo from TFS, Chosen Because She Looks Cute In That Hat :p

I almost don’t know what to say to begin this post. Firstly, I’ve been a HUGE admirer of Imogen Morris Clarke’s fashion work ever since her early Storm days. I always found her cute and contemplative, very fine-art come-to-life; a decidedly British beauty. So, you can imagine how excited I was to find her fluttering around Twitter, (@imogenmc), to follow her chatter AND catch wind when she first began blogging. (I’m pretty sure I was her first follower at Poison Dart).

As an appreciator of Imogen’s photography, I was excited to see AIHBA put together some videos on it. Little did I expect to be knocked out of my seat! She chose the most perfect music and transitions to compliment Imogen’s comforting imagery. But I knew I was watching true greatness at 3:52 when Imogen Heap’s “Hide & Seak” began to play, (one of my favourite songs of all time). At 4:06, my eyes welled with tears and I couldn’t control it. The way Heap’s ethereal voice and tune undulated around Imogen’s “when the world falls i will save my shoes” ft. Hanne Gaby Odiele, my emotions really connected with what I feel her photography represents and it put me beside myself.

I feel the mark of any truly great photographer is to capture their passion. With some technique and poise, it’s not rocket-science to aim a camera and snap some pictures but to capture passion; to put an audience THERE in the thick and mix – one frame at a time – that’s greatness. One glaring concept I interpret from Imogen’s photography is a distinct passion for her friends. She isn’t just snapping off pretty pictures of pretty people. She’s capturing little moments in time – slices of life; a life she’s clearly thankful for. I get the sense of someone who appreciates every single second, however fleeting, as if each memory were a precious raindrop mourned when it hit the ground to drain away. She isn’t concerned with gloss or grand staging; only love between her friends and the world around her.  I find that love most particularly in “Miami” and “Sand” where she accompanies the making of nostalgia with the sweetest blog posts. This shot. . . this is the sort of thing I imagine we look back on after ten years, after twenty years, and recall as if it were yesterday. Dorothea Barth-Jorgensen isn’t just writing their names in the sand.  She’s carving their souls into the sands of time.

All Imogen’s photos of Hanne Gaby Odiele I find captivating. Hanne is such an inspiring figure to me because of what she’s survived and triumphed over. A car accident nearly robbed the world of her and, even though she was faced with the prospect of never walking again, she overcame it full throttle. Nothing would keep Hanne down, not even a spastic twist of fate. So, whenever I see her, I thank God or whatever is out there for her strength and conviction to continue to do what she does and that her family & friends – people like Imo – can continue to enjoy the good company of an irreplaceable loved one. I think of those precious memories Imo captures and how each one featuring Hanne is a memory that was meant to be made.

In such a short time, (at least publicly), Imogen has captured some really fantastic people. Besides those mentioned, Amanda Noorgard, Ali Michael, Hanna Rundlof, Kelsey Van Mook,  Ginta Lapina (my favourite Latvian!), Skye Stracke, Kasia Struss, Myf Shepherd & the ever-immaculate Frida Gustavsson, among others.

Imogen Morris Clarke is on the move and on the rise. Having made miracles happen in fashion and photography, I have every confidence in one of her original dreams – acting! If what we’ve seen so far is any indication of her ability to spread a wealth of talent, sign me up for her BAFTA, SAG, Golden Globe & Academy Award campaigns! (And/or stage accolades, perhaps?!)

And another video from Alma! A runway collection! One of my favourite shows ever opens; Sonja Rykiel S/S 2010!

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