Heather Glazzard is a photographer based in Manchester. Her work questions gender stereotypes by showing diversity of female sexuality. Her work focuses on the female body in its original appearance without retouching the reality. As well as being a photographer she is also the founder of the all female art collective M(.)IST. In this series, Heather captured the stunning Ruby.

How did the idea for the series come about?

It was in my head. I was going to Berlin and wanted to shoot something while I was out there. I felt like this was the time to shoot something with androgynous style concept. I’m also really into punk and a football hooligan style so I guess this shoot was more about challenging my ability to style, in my style of images.

What do you hope to achieve through your photography?

I’d like people to feel a relatable feeling when they look at them.

Your ideal morning?

Waking up on a sunny beach, in a little shed with birds chirping and sunlight coming through the cracks of the shed and a beautiful girl to photograph.

Your dream person to photograph?

Kate Moss.

What are you most excited about for the 2018?

Challenging myself.