In the world of politics, women often find themselves under immense media pressure, scrutinised for their appearance and judged through a different lens compared to their male counterparts. But amidst these challenges, there are talented photographers like Sane Seven who excel at capturing the essence and strength of women in politics. Recently, Sane Seven had the incredible opportunity to photograph Penny Mordaunt, the Leader of the House of Commons, for The Sunday Times cover. In a series of portraits, Sane Seven skilfully showcased Penny’s resilience, grace, and indomitable spirit, highlighting the importance of capturing women politicians in a way that defies stereotypes and showcases their true character.
Hadley Freeman is a prominent journalist and author who has written extensively on fashion, style, and culture. Her recent book, “House of Glass,” explores the history and secrets of her family, including her grandmother’s escape from Nazi Germany. More recently, she has opened up about her own struggles with anorexia, a serious and often life-threatening eating disorder.
From the Stables to the Spotlight: A Glimpse into Sane Seven’s Latest Photo Shoot for The Sunday Times Magazine.
We’re excited to share a sneak peek into the latest photo shoot by award-winning celebrity portrait photographer, Sane Seven. The shoot was for The Sunday Times Magazine and featured the talented jockey Bryony Frost and her beloved horse, Black Corton. Bryony Frost is a renowned jockey who has made a name for herself in the equestrian world with her exceptional skills and strong competitive spirit.