Ethereal self-portraits by Ingrid Royer

There is a bit of mystery about Ingrid Royer, a photographer I already featured in this [enchantment] post. All I found out searching the net is that her real name is probably Ingrid Fenet-Hillion, she’s from France and she’s mainly a self-portraiter.

Looking at her work on Tumblr I thought that she probably is inspired by other two artists I really love, Rimel Neffati (very first post on this blog) and Kristamas Klousch; on her Twitter feed, then I noticed she likes a lot the Queen of all female self-portraiters, the great Francesca Woodman. I think it’s clear now what you can expect from Ingrid Royer’s pictures: black and white, delicate and often blurred pictures of the photographer herself, wearing masks, holding skulls; body details covered with white lace dresses; grainy vintage like shots.

I must admit I like Ingrid’s art, and I hope she will continue taking pictures (latest post on her Tumblr blog is dated march 2015) so to develop a more personal style balancing a bit the strong references to Woodman, Klousch and Neffati.

 

Ingrid Royer, photography, self-portrait, dark, obscure, analog, black and white

Ingrid Royer, photography, self-portrait, dark, obscure, analog, black and white

Ingrid Royer, photography, self-portrait, dark, obscure, analog, black and white

Ingrid Royer, photography, self-portrait, dark, obscure, analog, black and white

Ingrid Royer, photography, self-portrait, dark, obscure, analog, black and white

 

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