Natalie Winter is a London based photographer. Her book Hung Over Me explores her place within the clubbing culture she was a part of at the time through self portraiture, which looks into issues around performing for the camera, the male gaze and the glamorisation of clubbing. Diesel, is a vibrant photographic book documenting UK clubbing culture from Butlins to Ayia Napa. She has also worked on projects about the transition between being a child and an adult, and the physical differences and body language of men in their twenties. All of her personal projects have a theme running through them, which is that they critique ideas around gender, youth culture, class and social mobility.