Lives in London, UK
Nina Manandhar’s photographs and curated projects explore contemporary global youth identity and the meaning of style. Driven by an enduring interest in people, underpinning her work is a will to champion authenticity in commercial and arts based commissions alike.
Recent clients and project partners include Nike, Adidas, Tate, The British Council, Brownwood Recordings and Ellesse. Her editorial content has been featured in LAW, i-D, Dazed, It’s Nice That, Riposte. She is the author of ‘What We Wore – A People’s History of British Style’ (Prestel) a photographic documentary of street culture and subculture from 1950–2010 through the lens of the people living it.
It’s Nice That, SOAS, London College of Fashion, Riposte Live! Middlesex University, University for the Creative Arts, Liverpool John Moores, Central St Martins, The Photographers Gallery, Southampton Solent, Norwich University of the Arts, Camberwell Collge of Art and Design, Four Corners Gallery, London School of Social Entrepreneurs.