Louise Bobbe

Louise has been photographing women for the past 20 years, building an archive filled with images that are continually evolving, yet the focus never moves too far from the subject – a woman, at once strong yet vulnerable. Through her camera she gives you a glimpse into a moment that might otherwise be kept behind closed doors. Her most recent work transcends you to a place where the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood might have painted their models, or the artists in Paris worked from their rooftop studios in the early 20th century.

“Without a paintbrush, but with light and my camera to paint with, I‘ve found a way to express myself that fills me with joy”

Louise Bobbe



Richard young Gallery – Solo show 2012

Stephanie Hoppen Gallery – Solo show -2009

Stephanie Hoppen Gallery – Solo show -2004

National Portrait Gallery – Solo show -2001

Proud Gallery – Group show – 2000

Association of Photographers – Group show – 2000


Commissions include:

Tatler Magazine

Harpers and Queen

Nova Magazine

Cosmopolitan France

Telegraph Saturday Magazine

Observer Life Magazine

Guardian Saturday Magazine

Elle Decoration

Elle Décor USA

Elle Deco Japan


English National Ballet:


Swan Lake