Remy Holwick (b los angeles 1981) works exclusively in analog photography, blurring the diciplines of documentary and fashion. She is the daughter of Los Angeles painter Wayne Holwick and attended Reed College (1999-2003) with a major in theater history. A longtime fashion model and feminist activist alongside her career in photography, her fine art work explores themes of sexuality, power constructs, and emotional manipulation in femininity, feminism, and femeninization. After spending two years documenting and interpreting the evolution of Love Bailey’s Savage Family art collective in the California Desert, she is preparing to publish her first book, working title The Family Divine. Publications include Purple, Let’s Panic, S Magazine, and Paper Magazine.