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Julia Hetta’s photographs provide a glimpse of an alternative world, rich with the romance and quietude associated with classical painting. Working almost exclusively with natural light and long exposure times, Hetta imbues her subjects with a sense of serenity and power. Her use of light, color and texture transforms her fashion photographs into compositions of timeless enchantment.
Hetta is a graduate of the renowned Gerrit Rietveldt Art Academy in Amsterdam. Her editorial clients include AnOther, Double, Acne Paper and T Magazine and her clients include Lanvin, Jil Sander, Hermès and Chloe. In 2014, Hetta’s work was featured in the FOAM exhibition, Don’t Stop Now: Fashion Photography Next, showcasing the most exciting next-generation photographers working in fashion today.
Considered and refined, the work of Hannes Hetta strips itself clean to its purest form. It is this perspective that has given him a unique voice amongst today’s new guard of fashion. A Swedish native, Hetta began his career styling at French Vogue and by the age of 23, moved on to serve as Fashion Editor of Vogue Hommes International. He has since contributed to a list of respected publications including Self Service, The Gentlewoman, Fantastic Man, i-D, Double, Acne Paper and T Magazine. He has collaborated with photographers including Walter Pfeiffer, Karim Sadli, Collier Schorr, Paul Wetherell, and notably, has worked closely with his sister, fashion photographer Julia Hetta. He has worked with clients such as Pringle of Scotland, Hermes, Missoni, Celine, Louis Vuitton, Max Mara, Sportmax, COS, Wooyoungmi and Kolor.