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The works of John Clayton Lee

Presenting the works of Los Angeles-based artist John Clayton Lee who draws a tactile connection between seemingly disparate moments: the arc of a cheekbone is mimicked by a faded tarpaulin caught in the wind, and ocean foam mirrors the flounces of a white dress sleeve.

‘Clayton is a fashion and editorial photographer and filmmaker from Knoxville, Tennessee. He attended the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore for filmmaking. Select clients include The Last Magazine, W Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Uniqlo, Everlane, Need Supply, and The Line.’

All images © John Clayton Lee

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