Born by the sea in Devon, make-up artist Bunny Hazel Clarke had a keen for all things aesthetic from very early on. Her first creative outlet would be in her childhood passion for photography, some time later she would move to London to study Art & Painting at the prestigious Central Saint Martins. Bunny has since assisted top make-up artists both in Paris and London over a period of five years.
Alongside big commercial clients such as J.W Anderson, Adidas & Samsung, you'll find Bunny's work in magazines such as Metal, Muse, Vogue South Africa, Conde Nast Traveller, Suitcase, Tank and more. Her style is an experimental approach to colour with an underlying, fundamental appreciation for all skin types. This aspect of Bunny's work is showcased best in her ongoing polaroid project which portrays the make-up and model in all their untouched, raw beauty.
Alongside this, you'll find her working regularly with Premier Models scouting and developing new faces, looking for that next big star.
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