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Sometimes I'm known as Ashleigh, sometimes as Azariah, but more often Ash or Aza... you can call me either. Upper Second Class Honours BA (Hons) Magazine Publishing. Pint Puller. Yes, I'm tall. There's only a few... Follow Me: @AshleighAzariah  UP IN THIS BITCH
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muchadoaboutnuffin:

Why have you chosen this location?
Firstly, I love driving over it during night times in summer. You can see all the city lights and as a child and now it reminds me that the world is a big place and I should explore it. Secondly, it was the best hill to ride down as a kid, especially during the time my bike had no breaks. 
I feel warm when in south, loved and respected.
How did you get into photography? 
We always had cameras in the house, my dad did photography, my mum was always taking pictures. I think in every Jamaican household there’s that trunk full of old photos, I guess it was around the time you could take your own pictures and get them developed and all of that. So I was always playing about with cameras… and then Biggie Smalls came along… 
People always get confused and think I had this one photographer that was my main influence. That wasn’t the case, it was Notorious B.I.G.! I’d listen and I’d see the pictures and think that’s cool I wanna make pictures like that. I didn’t think I could rap like that, but I knew that I could probably snap like that. So I just kept snapping, I did it and did it and did it and just kept it to myself and continued to do all the other stuff I did. I didn’t think I had a style of photography or that what I was doing was a style of photography because it was so throw away and in the moment. I got introduced to Terry Richardson, I cant remember how long ago it was, maybe 8 years ago, before he became the thing he is now. He was quite popular even then and I remember thinking, oh I actually do that! Then I found Nan Goldin and I was like, wow, okay I can do this! That’s when it kind of started, about 6 or 7 years ago. I had a part-time job for the longest time and felt so uncomfortable, I caused so much trouble there.
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thebeautymodel:

Cora Emmanuel by Viviane Sassen for M Le Monde April 2013.
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bohemea:

Marilyn Monroe by Milton Greene, September 10th 1954
bohemea:

Marilyn Monroe by Milton Greene, September 10th 1954
bohemea:

Marilyn Monroe by Milton Greene, September 10th 1954
bohemea:

Marilyn Monroe by Milton Greene, September 10th 1954
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suicideblonde:

Drew Barrymore
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jonyorkblog:

Bryan KruegerHigh Pass, 2013
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wildhxarts:

love this
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pam-anderson:

Pamela in Barb Wire, 1996
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80s-90s-supermodels:

Sheila Johnson, 1980
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mucs:

Kate Moss by Bruce Weber for US Vogue June 1996
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suicideblonde:

Emma Bunton
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