Bex Day (b.1992) is a photographer and director from London.

Rigid beauty ideals and stereotypes are a burden to our society, they exist only to exacerbate division and tribalism within our communities. By breaking conventions and removing people from these futile constructs and empowering the overlooked and underrepresented communities, Bex challenges this archaic view of what it means to be human. By toying with the concept of categorisation, Bex aims to produce playful, humorous and surreal imagery that questions the effects of labelling on identity. Her portfolio constitutes an amalgamation of these themes, focusing predominantly on gender, diversity, individuality, the human condition, and freedom of choice.

Bex uses storytelling to disrupt the flow of preconception and judgement within her work. By empowering each subject through their sensibilities, she is able to create intimate, raw and sensitive images, designed to encourage both honesty and ambiguity, and explore the subtleties within human behaviour and identity politics. This is executed through the use of jaunty, vivid, saturated colour palettes and colour-blocking within her imagery.

Surrealism shakes off the limitations of the standardised world view; by constructing fantastical settings and scenes within her work, she is able to show and invite others to understand her subjects as they truly are, legitimising each and every individual throughout the varied sectors of fashion, documentary and portraiture. By leading her creative collaborations on set, she is able to perfect every minute detail within the image-making process, to create authentic representation and relatable imagery. Here’s to a new sense of normality.



Magnum Graduate Award Shortlist

C/O Berlin Talent Award Shortlist

British Journal of Photography - Portrait of Humanity Shortlist

British Journal of Photography - CALM shortlist

This is Gender - Shortlist

Wolf Suschitzky Prize - Shortlist


June 2020 - The British Journal of Photography, London

May 2019 - Nicer Tuesdays, It’s Nice That, London

April 2019 - Hen Panel Discussion, Herrick Gallery, London

February 2019 - Gender Fluidity Panel Discussion, Mina Raven, London

November 2016 - Vogue Italia, Base Milano

October 2016 - Recylart, Brussels 

June 2016 - The Hepworth Gallery, Wakefield

January 2016 - Cambridge University


November 2019 - All That Man Is – Fashion and Masculinity Now

April 2019 - Hen, solo show, Herrick Gallery Curated by Mina Raven

November 2016 - Vogue Italia 'The Female Gaze'

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Self-portrait @ Bex Day