photography & inspiration
When she was 12, she started off with an analogue Minolta camera. She learned to print her black and white photos the old way in a dark room. Due to her musical career she temporarily paused her photographic journey. In December 2018 she restarted with nature photography but quickly switched to black and white street photography. She is passionate about framing that single human in light, playing with lines, graphics, shadows or obtaining maximal depth. She also has a big fascination for train stations and stairs. Always curious to learn more she currently focusses on color street photography where she challenges herself to add extra emotion. She doesn’t just take a photo. She captures a story that is waiting to be told.
She finds her inspiration in photographers like Harry Callahan, Fan Ho, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Mark Fearnley, Henri Prestes but also new photographers she discovers on different platforms.