London-based Scarlett Carlos Clarke, is an artist, photographer, filmmaker and magazine art director. She’s the youngest person to be exhibited at the National Gallery, with her now iconic shots of her father, photographer Bob Carlos Clarke. She has recently co-founded her own magazine, Hate, which challenges the reader’s perception of art. Scarlett finds her inspiration by looking back at the past, at paintings and films, and imagining the future. She then brings all those ideas together in her work. She has been photographing voluptuous females that she finds visually and aesthetically pleasing to look at.
“I see beauty in things which people might not find obviously beautiful. I want to make that connection and make someone think twice, and perhaps reveal another side of the female form.“