Weronika Mamot is a freelance fashion photographer based in Adelaide.
Born in Bytom, Poland. Weronika Mamot first picked up a camera at the early age of fourteen - influenced by self-portraiture and conceptual photography. Growing up with the rise of social media and digital techniques enabled Weronika to see the bigger picture of an international industry. After finishing year 12 she has made the move to South Australia. In her work she has strong visual impact and extensive sense of fashion. Her style is known to be feminine, sensual and always with the woman in focus. She is always focused on capturing a woman in charge of her own actions and her own sexuality. Whenever she wants to be romantic and submissive or to show obvious dominance, it’s always on her terms. She finds her inspiration from listening to Massive Attack and her surroundings.
Clients - Myer, Channel 7, Universal Music, Norwood Parade, Random House Publishing, LC Waikiki, Clockhouse , Jacob HABER, Lexi Clothing, Alexis George, Couture+Love+Madness / Cristina Tridente, BLOW! It's a Hair Thing, Colour Cosmetica, CRIA cosmetics and others.
Publications - SA LIFE, South Australian Style, British Thoughts, Laud, BASIC magazine, HUF, The Spoiler's Hand, Online Vogue Italia, Design Scene, Fashion Gone Rouge , Sunday Mail, Lucy's Magazine, FAULT, HUF magazine, Confashion, Basic Magazine, Dreamingless Magazine , SA life, EnVie Magazine, JUTE, Fruk, RektMag, The Advertiser, Clique, Hacid, Basic, Falcon and others.