Nadine Ijewere (b.1992) is a south-east London born photographer. Her work focuses primarily on the subjects of identity and diversity, informed by her own Nigerian/Jamaican background. She is drawn to non- traditional faces with the aim of showcasing a new standard of beauty and giving life to the uniqueness of disparate cultures.
Ijewere has shot for numerous international publications such as I-D, Garage, WSJ Magazine, British Vogue and Vogue US. Her January 2019 cover story with Dua Lipa, Binx Walton and Letitia Wright made Ijewere the first woman of colour to shoot the cover of any Vogue edition in the magazine’s 125-year history. She has also worked with Dior, Gap, Hermes, Stella McCartney and Valentino Red, creating still and film campaigns.