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About PD Deco and Philippa Davin

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The story behind PD Deco

A while ago I had an idea, an idea I’ve finally been able to accomplish!

For almost two years now I’ve been working on this project and in August 2016 I showed it to the public for the first time.

My idea was to create a new art piece, made with my photography but also with my paintings and that’s how this new collection UNITY was born!

I’m very proud to show the first products for PD Deco born from the art collection UNITY by Philippa Davin

Philippa Davin

The love for photography has been in my life since childhood.

Born with a camera in my hand, is how my close friends and family describe me. I can’t remember my first camera, but I know that I have always had a longing to capture beautiful moments and views that I have around me.

After high school I chose to focus on my passion. I studied post production and photography and started taking assignments as a photographer. The desire to continue to explore the world of photography led me to London and the Speos Photographic Institute.

After finishing my studies I returned to Sweden where my sister Natasha was diagnosed with Cancer. I then decided to do a photo documentary of her illness. Every step of the way was captured. Together we created a charity named “Vår kamp mot cancer” (Our fight against cancer) to raise money for cancer research.

In the spring of 2014, we exhibited You can borrow my body but never take my soul, which consisted of 25 black and white photos. The photos exposed some of Natasha’s toughest times during her battle. The exhibition managed to raise over 1 million SEK for Cancer research.

Horses have always been a big part of Philippa´s life. From the beginning as an equestrian rider. She spent all her time with and around horses and when the interest for photography grew the horses became her models. Philippa’s equestrian art twist and turns angles and creates new ways to look at a horse.

Find Philippa's artworks, PD Fine Art at www.philippadavin.com

 

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