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Dvora is an Northern Irish/Irish photographer presently living in London. Her work has a mainly documentary fashion edge, which led her to shoot streetstyle for Vogue in many locations across the globe. During that time she became increasingly aware of the huge inequalities across the fashion supply chain, especially for women and the negative impact of the industry on the environment. This realisation created a huge shift in Dvora’s storytelling away from the glitz and the glamour to the realities of the everyday functioning of the industry. Her interest now lies in championing those who are working towards a regenerative, fairer, more sustainable fashion business where people and planet are at the fore. In an industry where women are exploited the most Dvora has found that it is mostly women who are the greatest changemakers.

Belfast, where Dvora grew up, was at one point in history called Linenopolis and this history has had a multi-generational impact, as her mum, aunts and grandmother all worked around linen. So, knowledge of the fashion supply chain is embedded in her own family history. The linen industry in Ireland declined rapidly since WWII, but now from an heritage point of view there it is seeing a resurgence which Dvora is researching at present.

Parkinson’s disease has a constant presence in Dvora’s life as her husband was diagnosed with the disease 17 years ago. Gabi Living With Parkinsons documents his journey with the disease.

Gold, series and Silver, single image plus Merits in 10 other categories, in the 16th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards.

2 Merits in the IPAwards 2021.

Finalist in the 37th AOP Awards with a Documentary Series of images.

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