Getting up with the kids, coffee, walk to my studio, another coffee, checking emails and then I begin to work on projects; taking pictures, organising jobs and drinking the next coffee…
I try to shoot in the moment and capture a glimpse of the real person I’m working with. So even if everything is set up, it still has to look natural and authentic.
I think it has changed in such a way that clients who used to book the typical commercial model will now look for more real or sometimes more distinctive looking women. This is a step in the right direction but if I’m honest there is still a way to go for women to have the representation they deserve! It is sometimes still very stereotyped.
Even if a shoot is planed very well I try to be spontaneous, which is something that I expect my team. We always strive to create pictures that are outstanding.
Probably New York or Los Angeles to take portraits of people.