Jette Stolte's photographic work is strongly influenced by her Fine Art background and her experience at the Fashion and Art magazine 'TANK', where she worked whilst studying photography at Camberwell College of Arts in London. In her often de-saturated fashion photographs she primarily shows beautiful, confident and modern females and plays with the conventional idea that her subjects are there only to be looked at. The people in her photographs are sometimes confrontational, looking back at the viewer, but more often there's a filmic quality to her work, a subtle and sometimes eerie atmosphere in which her subjects seem to exist outside of everyday life, regardless of the viewer. This haunting and beautiful mood pervades both Jette Stolte’s fashion and art photographs and shows how her Fine Art background continues to influence her work, bringing art and fashion together.
Jette lives and works in Berlin. She has published work in various magazines such as 'Tank', 'Deutsch', 'Style and the Family Tunes', the Observer's fashion supplement 'O' magazine etc.
BRIGITTE VON BOCH
EVA & BERNARD
MME ENTERTAINMENT AG
STYLE AND THE FAMILY TUNES