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Photographer of the week: Telia Neville

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Telia Nevile is a performer, writer and photographer who currently spends most of her time pasting herself into Molly Ringwald’s place in screenshots from her favourite John Hughes movies, and performing as her character comedy alter ego Poet Laureate Telia Nevile.

The above photos are from the poet/photographer’s ‘I’m Not Molly Ringwald’ and ‘Being Judd Nelson’ series.

Telia firmly believes in cold pilseners, well-made lattes, escapist movies and going to gigs where you can feel the bass rumbling in your chest.

See more of Telia’s good work at:
tinyurl.com/telianevile
telianevilephotography.virb.com


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