Daisy Walker is a Photographer & Director based in London.
A passionate environmentalist, it was growing up in the countryside outside London that she found her love of nature whilst working with horses from her early years, through to her teens. Exploring the body and its relationship to the natural world drives Daisy to consider the environment at all stages of her photographic process, having created sustainable campaigns for Stella McCartney and Rotaro.
An intimate, distinctive, and compassionate focus on the female form and experience has defined much of her work, both personal and commercial. A survivor of sexual abuse, Daisy learnt to process past trauma through the medium of nude self‐portraiture, a healing and resilient exploration of her relationship to her body. In 2018, she released ‘Solace’, a series of nudes published as postcards sold to raise money for Solace Women’s Aid – a charity offering support for survivors of rape and domestic violence. The project was featured in i‐D, Dazed & Confused, and Twin Magazine. In 2020, while in isolation, she created a series of self‐nudes for Stella McCartney.
She founded the non‐profit Women in Fashion as a safe space for people in a notoriously difficult industry to come together, share, and advocate for change. While WIF closed in 2020, Walker has continued to champion women in the industry and challenge systems of inequality.
Her advertising clients include Burberry, Cos, Farfetch, JW Anderson, Loewe, Maison Margiela, Nike, and Victoria Beckham. She has also directed films for Maison Margiela, Vivienne Westwood, Maje, and Stella McCartney. Her editorial clients include AnOther Magazine, Cero Magazine, Document Journal, Numero, Luxury Telegraph, Sunday Times Style, Twin Magazine, Wonderland, Vogue Russia and Vogue Ukraine, among others.