The Redhead Project is an ongoing series of portraits of natural redheads showing their personality through the props and clothes that define who they are. Each photo shoot is a collaborative process resulting in portraits that reflect the subject's personality and style.  New York-based portrait photographer Keith Barraclough has been working on The Redhead Project for six years and has so far photographed over 450 redheads throughout the country.

If you would like to participate in the project email us at redheads@keithbarraclough.com
and we will send you The Redhead Project audition questionnaire and application.

In the meantime take a look at all the cool social media images and follow "The Redhead Project" on our Instagram and Facebook pages.

Quotes:
"I love that the Redhead Project images are individualized and powerful. They artistically scream “I am a redhead, hear me roar.” They speak for the subject by portraying their uniqueness, their personalities and their styles."


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The Redhead Project is an ongoing series of portraits of natural redheads showing their personality through the props and clothes that define who they are. Each photo shoot is a collaborative process resulting in portraits that reflect the subject's personality and style.  New York-based portrait photographer Keith Barraclough has been working on The Redhead Project for six years and has so far photographed over 450 redheads throughout the country.

If you would like to participate in the project email us at redheads@keithbarraclough.com

and we will send you The Redhead Project audition questionnaire and application.

In the meantime take a look at all the cool social media images and follow "The Redhead Project" on our Instagram and Facebook pages.

Quotes:
"I love that the Redhead Project images are individualized and powerful. They artistically scream “I am a redhead, hear me roar.” They speak for the subject by portraying their uniqueness, their personalities and their styles."


In the News
click on each image to view the story

kbarraclough-Charlotte.jpg kbarraclough-JAX.jpg kbarraclough-APA.jpg


kbarraclough-PalmBeach.jpg kbarraclough-Maine.jpg kbarraclough-RF.jpg


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