An ex-dancer who uses herself as the main source in her portraiture, Jody is interested in the female form in all its animated glory. She seeks to understand movement in her pieces and the physicality of a mime or movement. Many of her works display confident dancers expressing themselves in a variety of situations which have a sense of muscular drama as well as being detached from time and space. Her self portraits in more static poses carry a similar sense of majesty as well as disreputable elegance and chic immorality.
The artist behind many films and a famous photography book, ‘Edwarda’, Prouvost is a highly regarded erotic cinematographer who has won awards at the highest level, including at the Cannes Film festival. With a grounding in the fine arts, she is interested in the work of Francis Bacon and has used religious imagery in her own pieces. She is also influenced by renaissance artists which inform much of her later photographic work.
Another inhabitant of the UK Lacroix makes her art come alive by placing her subjects in absorbing backgrounds which have a personal significance as well as befitting the situation. Her work has been used in many situations, including as backdrops to television shows and she has exhibited widely across Europe where her beautiful work has often been well received by her eager viewers. Since graduating from one of the world’s best art colleges she didn’t rest on her laurels, but instead chose to beat a path to the top of her trade. Now she can be rest assured some of her portfolio is strong enough to ensure she is always in huge demand.
An English photographer who works in London Ainslie is a film and television specialist as well as a theatre connoisseur. Her daring work challenges stereotypes of women and men in all their vulnerability as being weak or somehow dispossessed when lacking their clothes. Her powerful nudes exude power and energy as well as portraying esoteric glamour and keeping us guessing. She went on to take photos of sports figures such as Arsenal Football Club players which goes back to her earlier theme of nudity as strength. Having accomplished a lot in her career already she is also undertaking projects involving strippers at clubs in London.
Born in Germany in 1971, Anja Muller, is an interesting female erotic photographer who is known to produce erotic portraits. She has written several books such as ‘Schonner Kommen-Das Lesbensex Buch’ and ‘Mannen’. Her work is primarily focussed on the lesbian, gay and transgender communities where she lives and works, providing the viewer with seemingly detached voyeuristic forays into her model’s lives. However her work in actually fairly confrontational in essence, at least in its subject matter of nude women chained to iron beds and close-ups of sensual bodies under fast-pouring showers. Thanks for reading this article about female erotic photographers and if you are interested in erotic photography and fine art painting check out Russ Trotter who is an interesting figurative artist, also captivated by the power of the human form, with influences drawn from the above five photographers.