Life experience led Zoë to photography. Having spent her early 20’s in the music industry, A&R at Sony Music and Virgin, she then went on to become a successful makeup artist. Zoë worked within Fashion, shooting for publications such as Glamour, Elle, Vogue and many more. She was lucky enough to work with huge names in film and music, from Sienna Miller to Dido. Her vast experience shooting in all scenarios, on location, and studio work gave her a clear direction of where her photography niche would take her.
“My focus is always with the subject. Therefore I like to be prepared, in an environment I can control. That’s why studio work is where I feel most at home. I’m not battling the elements there, or concerned about the ambient light changing. In the studio everyone is relaxed, everyone can have fun!
Inspiration for me comes from a whole variety of factors; Firstly, the subjects themselves, but also movie stars, directors and an array of incredible photographers – if i am to pick 3, they would be; Richard Avedon, David Bailey and Rankin.
I adore black & white imagery because it is iconic, versatile and stands the test of time.”
11th–15th September 2017
LIFE, a photographic exhibition
by Zoë Law, Christie’s, King Street, London
This is a presentation of images of the amazingly courageous people that attend Maggie’s. Each image represents their exuberance and joy for life, their resilience during and beyond cancer.
The exhibition also celebrates 21 years of Maggie’s.
Of their ongoing provision of vital support and community, helping those affected by any type of cancer.
The Law Family Charitable Foundation was set up in 2011 by Andrew and Zoë Law.
Both Zoë and Andrew have long-standing charitable interests. As a sign of their commitment to giving they wished to establish a charitable foundation to build on these existing charitable associations and allow them to provide long-term support for worthwhile causes which are important to them.