About Amanda
Amanda Fordyce is best known for her bold, colourful imagery - exploring the relationship between fashion and lifestyle. Fordyce’s approach explores many genres, her style is often rooted in reality yet highly aesthetic, playing with bold colours, shadows and unusual compositions, and always considerate of the small details that flawlessly capture the moment. Amanda currently splits her time between Barcelona, London and Melbourne.
https://www.instagram.com/amandafordycephoto/
Current city: Barcelona
Other cities: LondonMelbourne
Amanda Fordyce is best known for her bold, colourful imagery - exploring the relationship between fashion and lifestyle. Fordyce’s approach explores many genres, her style is often rooted in reality yet highly aesthetic, playing with bold colours, shadows and unusual compositions, and always considerate of the small details that flawlessly capture the moment. Amanda currently splits her time between Barcelona, London and Melbourne.
 

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