Melanie Pullen’s love of photography stems from an image’s ability to tell a story in a single frame. Her photography is influenced by early forensic photography, war journalism, cinema and fashion.
Unseen Stories, is a series of carefully selected photographs from Melanie Pullen’s fashion stories and other rarely seen pieces. Pullen notes, that she often uses fashion as a creative outlet to express the nuances and ideas that arise while shooting her extensive bodies of work. In this regard, these stories become yet another chapter to her fine-art photography.
Unseen Stories coincides with Pullen’s work being included in the Icons of Style: 100 Years of Fashion Photography, at the Getty Museum.
Melanie Pullen’s photography is included in the most prominent museums and private collections, around the world. Her work has been featured in hundreds of publications including: The New York Times Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Vogue, Esquire Magazine, ELLE Magazine, London’s Sunday Independent, Spin Magazine, W Magazine, Flaunt Magazine, 1814 Magazine, and Vanity Fair. Pullen has published two photography books and her third photography book is coming out in late 2018.