Libby Cooper is a London based photographer, recently graduated from The BRIT School. She has recently published a magazine about young drag artists in her life. Her biggest inspiration is, photographer Hollie Fernando, alongside Pheobe Phox, Kate Belm, and even her own mum (photographed drag queens in the 80s). Taking inspiration from a vast array of stimuli. She creates natural portraits and hopes to instill an essence of her personality within these images.
The photographer has previously had work displayed at The Tate Modern, alongside photographing musicians such as Florence and The Machine at the MITS.
Libby's aspirations are to work with lots of new artists and travel with her work. She hopes to continue progressing and creating. She is currently working on a new project about nude bodies, and the importance of comfort within your skin.
For more of Libby's work check out her Instagram