Emma Miranda Moore tells stories using film and photography. After many successful years in fashion photography, her narrative centred approach to stills led to her creating moving image.
Originally fine art trained, all her work pulls the viewer into a specific time and place while conveying the emotion of the moment. A recurring theme in her work is the contrast between urban reality and dreams or a sense of longing for elsewhere. The characters she creates whether in her fashion, film or portrait work are strong, flawed and real. She works with actors, dancers and sports people as well as models to communicate her vision.
Emma shoots editorial film projects and collaborates directly with brands to make a combination of moving and still images. She began by shooting portraits for The Face under the art direction of Lee Swillingham and Stuart Spalding and went on to shoot main fashion editorial for numerous print titles including Red, Cosmopolitan, New Woman, The Guardian and The Sunday Times.
Recent online collaborators include Disneyrollergirl, with whom she is joint creative director of a new film strand, Petit Déjeuner. She has created bespoke projects with brands including Dior and Chanel and has directed a variety of fashion film, music video and mini docs. Her most recent documentary short, Hell on Wheels, premiered at Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016.
She is currently developing a drama short with co-writer Becky Matthews. She contributes to La Coterie, a female led film production site run by Katharine Richardson.
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