'SHIT OR FLOWERS'

William Waterworth is a young english photographer noted for his "naturalness photography".
Born in Macclesfield, Cheshire in 1996, his family later settled in Shropshire. A place he believes is the core inspiration for the majority of his work so far.

'MUM'

'LADY WITH CAST'

DREAM MAGAZINE

'SHROPSHIRE TREE'

William used his first camera when he was 16, and was very influenced at the time by Tim Walker’s book, “Pictures”.

'THE ROLLING ENGLISH ROAD'

'SHROPSHIRE LANDSCAPE'

W MAGAZINE'BUSKERS IN WALES'

'THE ROLLING ENGLISH ROAD'

After moving to Paris to study for a year, his style and influences radically changed. Discovering the work of Jean-Loup Sieff and Peter Lindbergh, William turned to a style where black and white predominates.

A WEEKEND WITH FLORIE'

A SUMMER IN BRITTANY'

'BUSKERS IN WALES'

PERSONAL NUDE SERIES'

MAGAZINE MAGAZINE

William's photographic search lies in a subtle space between imagination and reality,

DREAM MAGAZINE

'DEAR MARELISE'

'MAUD IN MARGATE AT FIRST LIGHT'

CASOLA

SISTERS IN WALWORTH

“I have always tried to make my images be more than just fashion, that they create a link between fashion and documentary and that they surpass the cliché of the commercialism that is found in so many magazines.”

'THE FOUNTAIN'

'ROAD TRIP'

'THE ROYAL FURNITURE RESTORERS'

'THE ROLLING ENGLISH ROAD'

Exploring his close relationship with the English countryside, William developped his first solo exhibition: “The Rolling English Road”. A project where he photographed the people nearest to his heart alongside the peculiar subjects he’d find on the road.

'THE ROLLING ENGLISH ROAD'

TRIP ON THE ROAD'

'THE ROLLING ENGLISH ROAD'

PORTRAIT OF MICHAEL KITCHEN'

'MAN I MET OFF SHENLEY'

William now lives and works in London.
He is currently working on his new exhibition.

'MUM'

'WALWORTH ROAD'

For assignments, please contact 
Michele Filomeno