Alexia Sinclair

At times I get what I can only call “crushes” (or perhaps something a little stronger…infatuations) with photography. I get completely enamored with the environments these geniuses create, and truthfully, kind of wish I could be part of one. Alexia Sinclair is a new favorite on my list.


From the artist bio:
Alexia Sinclair is an award winning Australian Artist and Photographer. Her distinct style is easily recognisable and highly original. Using a visual narrative to seduce her audience with each photographic feast, Sinclair’s art is dark and seductive, baroque and symbolic. Her multilayered photographs subtly present contemporary notions of fashion and beauty through innovative digital media, whilst restoring antique notions of classicism, elegance and luxury.


Sinclair is an artist who skilfully walks the tightrope that divides the worlds of Fine Art and Commercial Art. Whilst her evocative Fine Art imagery adorns the walls of museums and is held in important art collections, she often translates these skills and signature style into highly polished campaigns in the commercial arena for clients such as Harpers Bazaar and Canon Australia.


Motivated by her love and devotion for all things intricate and unusual, this versatile creative uniquely approaches her creative production by filling all of the roles, from designing sets and props, to makeup and costumes. Sinclair travels the world photographing locations and models and works in post production constructing imagined worlds through the combination of her photographs and hand illustrations.



Every tableau is perfectly composed, vibrant and evocative…amazing work.

Alexia Sinclair


4 Responses to “Alexia Sinclair”

  1. bettiemuldoon Says:

    Wow. I can’t disagree. Especially that first image. What a room to inhabit!

    Tangent–My house would likely be a Victorian, with some level of disrepair. Abandoned weathered and finished all at once. Antique industrial, Art Deco, Craftsman, Victorian, kitsch, modern and many other styles would have to commingle or live in rooms suited to them.

  2. Dana, I think you’d fit most beautifully into one of these scenes 🙂 -Nx

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      Awww…thanks, Nx. One day I’d like to take part in a photography project, given my unlikely and somewhat miraculous survival. I kind of want to commemorate this incredibly transformative stage.

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