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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF MEOHMYGIRL
69.2% of meohmygirl's followers are female and 30.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.90%. The average number of likes per post is 671 and the average number of comments is 38.
28.13% of the followers that engaged with meohmygirl regularly are from Australia, followed by United States at 9.38% and France at 5.47%. In summary, the top 5 countries of meohmygirl's posts engager are coming from Australia, United States, France, United Kingdom, Canada.
Meohmygirl loves posting about Design, Art, Modeling, Photography.
Check meohmygirl's audience demography. This analytics report shows meohmygirl's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR MEOHMYGIRL
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF MEOHMYGIRL
- Beauty & Fashion 87.35 %
- Art & Design 59.55 %
- Photography 52.24 %
- Travel & Tourism 50.38 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 50.17 %
- Fitness & Yoga 45.42 %
- Entertainment 42.68 %
- Home & Garden 35.84 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 34.80 %
- Books and Literature 34.28 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 34.07 %
- Business & Careers 32.96 %
- Technology & Science 32.21 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF MEOHMYGIRL
- Australia 28.13 %
- United States 9.38 %
- France 5.47 %
- United Kingdom 5.47 %
- Canada 3.91 %
Your gal off duty 🥀 Swapping heels for hoodies while I finish renovating my little studio space. It’s a crazy old time behind the scenes here, with lots of new projects finally FINALLY coming together. I’m guessing a lot you cheeky buggers will agree that creatives are happiest when they’re balls deep in a beautiful mess. So onwards with the mess x
This Girl’s In Love 💔 Lil’ peek at some dreamy new snaps I shot of the beautiful @amyjanedowdle with talented fox + mua @mirandaemblem. I’ve got a whole heap of beautiful new editorial + fashion work coming up- so I thought I’d start a seperate space for my portfolio work so we can keep this space for art + fine conversation. If you vibe fashion photography + love old cinema and femininity, head on over to @meohmystudios for a peek x
When I first started doing photography many years ago, I had a large-scale commercial photographer say to me; ‘You don’t want to do this. You like clothes, not cameras. Besides, you’re too far behind everyone else, you’ll never catch up. There’s so much technical stuff to learn and too many people are already doing it better than you will ever be able to.’ I wrote that down. Kept it. Saved it. Sat on it. Then proceeded to burn it down piece by piece, year by year, with what I could do. Since then, I’ve been lucky enough to have my work on billboards, MTV, and in magazines. Don’t ever let anyone tell you, you can’t do something. Stick two fingers up in the air, work hard and demand your place in this world. You are worth more x
Playboy #4 is a piece that I wanted to be femme, but fierce🥀 I wanted to show the sweeter nature behind some of the cool girl exteriors we often see online. My new art series is a modern take on Playboy’s vintage covers- I wanted to create covers that women today would fall in love with + relate to now. This piece is one of my favs because I met a ‘cool girl’ once. But after one drink she spilled her soul and I realised she was as complicated as I or any other. And it made me want to create this piece. I think we can sometimes forget that underneath someone’s swagger and bravado, there’s probably just a girl trying her best to be okay. I’m yet to meet a girl so cool it was as if she casually climbed out of a movie screen + became real. As ridiculous as I can be sometimes, as silly I can be sometimes, I’m never not trying to be anything other than this weird creature that I am. And that’s something. The trying is real. After all, cool is just a concept; a measure of your worth made with strips ripped + torn from newspaper articles and ads telling you what’s good. I’m not something you measure. I’m not foldable, printable, bendable or broken; I do not need to be fixed. I only need to grow. Like all women. I’m a beautiful mess barely keeping it together; a weird human shaped structure made of bits and pieces of everything all tied up with tape. I could fall apart at any moment; the rubber band holding this heart inside my chest could snap + I could crumble. But I have faith that it’ll hold. Girls aren’t made of sugar and spice and all things nice; we’re made of glitter + flames; a fireplace stoked by soul. We hurt + we burn + we bloom. That, to me, isn’t cool. It’s motherfucking marvellous. x
Say hey to my (nearly) completed new studio. And then swipe left to see where I started my business nearly 5 years ago. I began meohmy with a block of wood and an old camera, in a metre by a metre square in a tiny apartment. And it was f*cking hard and shitty and I mostly lived on noodles. Sometimes when I have days where I feel down or frustrated with my work- I have to force myself to remember how it all began and how far I’ve come since- these days I eat considerably less noodles, I have a house to myself, a lovely team and a much nicer space to make mess in. I think reminding ourselves of what’s great can be hard when we want to mourn what we feel is missing. While I try to avoid social media’s never ending onslaught of ‘be better’ propaganda, sometimes I can’t help but have it hit me in the face. Something happens, and I feel the sting of still not being enough. I have a moment where I wish I was 'the cool girl'; the one the movies tell us is somehow dazzling, but drama-free; sweet but sexual, beautiful, but without concern or effort. If you ever encounter this tumultuous tug on your soul, friends, I’ve found it best to load up on whatever makes you feel like your best self and then take dead-aim at what you want in life. Run far, far away from whatever it was that made you weigh up all that you are, wondering if there was a deficit. A gentle reminder that there’s not. There is no 'less than.' There is only ever enough, and that’s exactly what you are. If anyone or anything ever makes you feel like you aren’t, come back here. To this place. And I’ll remind you of how enough you are. I will say, ‘you are enough’ + despite the internet being some kind of digital galaxy where everyone is disconnected yet connected all at once, I hope you will feel the warm embrace of my words across this twinkling milky way. You are enough. x
This time two years ago I was heading off to New York to shoot my beautiful friend @samierobinson ♥️🥀🔪 We scaled creamy fire escapes, played piano in the nude + ate our body weight in prosciutto pizza🍕 These images we shot together (particularly the last one) will always be some of my favourite work. They have a very old school vibe to them. Probably cuz Samie’s face is straight out of an old Hollywood film. x
Bad Bunny waits to be seated 🥀 cheers for the love on my new playboy series kids. You’ve made me one very happy little artist x
Summer of ‘69👙 Swipe for Playboy #3. My new art series is a femme re-imagining of iconic playboy covers from the 60s and 70s. I’ve picked several iconic covers and re-worked them with a slightly more feminine gaze. This series originally started early in the year as a commission for a private buyer who wanted a set for their bar, but I loved working on them so much, I decided to create a few extras for public release🥀 There will be an extremely small few original pieces available in a few weeks. Email or DM me to enquire. First in, best dressed (as always) x
She blooms 🔪Swipe for Playboy #2. My new art series is a femme re-imagining of iconic playboy covers from the 60s and 70s. This one features one of my bloom girls- my signature gritty femme fatale with blooms covering her eyes. This series originally started early in the year as a commission for a private buyer who wanted a set for their bar, but I loved working on them so much, I decided to create a few extras for public release. There will be an extremely small few original pieces available in a few weeks. Email or DM me to enquire. First in, best dressed (as always) x
Mum, I swear I only read it for the articles 💅🏼🐰 Forty hours on this baby- by far the most complicated artwork I’ve ever worked on. Every single bloom is real (I went through over 500 of them) and has been hand placed, shot, shadowed and digitally shaded with love over the course of 14 different shoots and several months of post production work ♥️ My new series is a re-imagining of vintage Playboy magazines from the 60s and 70s (shout out to all you lovely humans who called it!). I’ve spent the last few months sourcing them from all over the world- antique shops in New Orleans, vintage Bookstores in Paris + New York, garage sales and speciality suppliers down under. All so we could talk about sex, baby😘 Playboy is a huge pop cultural phenomenon that people either love or hate- personally I’m bloody busting at the seams to see how you guys interpret my very femme take on them 😉🥀 x
I think we’re conditioned to share life’s best moments on Social media- the moments we look wonderful; the moments when we are overseas frantically selfie-ing with statues and partners and pasta. It’s moments when we feel like we are okay. Social media has become this strange measuring tape we hold up to our lives to make sure we’re doing life well. You can now open your phone, scroll through a feed and get hit with how to have a good holiday, what a great partner should look like, or what constitutes success and beauty. It can be overwhelming, especially when you don’t feel so hot. So this past week, I thought it might be nice to be real with you about the times when I’ve felt like a loser. Getting hired and fired and going from having my power cut off to having my work on billboards, to failing as an artist, to somehow finding a tiny bit of balance as one. I did not share these things to reinforce the concepts of winning and losing, but rather to reinforce the idea of how very okay it is to be an imperfect human- one that makes mistakes, perseveres and survives. I hope you’ve enjoyed this little series and it made some of you feel less alone ♥️ The last chapter goes up tonight on stories. Let me know what you think, and remember- our time here is only occasionally luminous; it’s our capacity to unite in the less than sparkling moments that makes life truly beautiful x
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