LONDON — On a cold, wet day in South London, Campbell Addy, the Ghanaian-British photographer, filmmaker and artist, opened the door to his studio, grinning. He was wearing denim overalls, an exuberant corduroy baker boy cap from Nicholas Daley, an oversize rust-colored scarf and Doc Martens.
“This is my first studio on my own,” Mr. Addy said. It was filled with long tubes of backdrop paper, piled boxes of camera gear and random space heaters, which had yet to warm the room. “It seems bad, but I’m so happy,” he said.
Mr. Addy, 28, is so busy taking on fashion shoots that he can barely keep up. His fantastical Afrocentric
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