Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz was born in Leeds, 1986, and studied BA English & Media at University of Sussex. Her career as an artist began whilst still at University, and shortly following, was sought to speak in the US for Microsoft and offered solo shows in London and Madrid. She is now a fine-art and commercial photographer based in London.
Natalie’s work has been exhibited internationally in Europe and the US, with representation in Madrid, LA and San Diego, and six solo exhibitions to date. Her work has been featured in numerous media worldwide, including NY Arts, Fahrenheit Mexico, El Pais, ALARM Chicago, PH magazine, Vogue Italia, BBC, American Photo, and The Guardian.
Whether the fashion photographer’s models are lounging in a chair overwhelmed by vines and birds or playing sleuth with a magnifying glass with an elephant’s tusk for a handle, the women are elegantly and elaborately costumed. Each shot stands on its own as a separate world filled with its oddities that somehow don’t disrupt the stylish sophistication of the environment. Who ever thought that a lion’s head for a skirt would look so refined on a woman standing in front of a fireplace?
To get a glimpse of her incredible work check out the pictures below.