From Cockerham St Michael’s Variety Productions to a major music festival, from the Forest of Bowland to the seaside; they have all been the location for photographer Charlotte Brennan’s attention as she starts to carve out a career taking in the worlds of fashion, music and more.
Charlotte’s work recently featured in The Courier when she kindly photographed the Cockerham St Michael’s Variety Productions latest show Tribute To The Stars, which the society shared with us.
Here we showcase the variety of her work which has ranged from a night photography project inspired by the photographer Ignacio Torres and his project ‘Stellar’, creative location shots with smoke effect and forays into fashion photography.
The 21-year-old from Catterall, who studied for a photography diploma at Blackpool and Fylde College and previously attended Ripley St Thomas school said:“I try to find new and interesting locations.”
Recently old steam trains and Bury station have provided the location for a vintage inspired fashion shoot of leather jackets.
She added: “I want to become an established photographer and independent artist.”
Charlotte’s range of work can be seen on her website www.charlotte-brennan.co