Monday, 15 June 2009
It is always hard to pin down photographers to feature on Daily Imprint. While many of them are excited to be involved, getting a spare few minutes out of them to answer questions is always tricky. Photo shoot days are invariably looong. And whenever I've left one, I know that it's not over for the photographer. They've then got to do all the "tech stuff" which they usually call "digital processing". Anyway, after many long shoot days, Natalie Boog was able to find a few spare minutes. Hurray!
Which five words best describe you? Creative, visual, organic, culinary and adaptable.
What was your first job and what path have you taken since then? McDonalds after school, taken a very different path since then.
What's your proudest achievement? Buying my house, with a lovely garden.
What's been your best decision? Choosing photography as my career.
Who inspires you? I draw inspiration from many different things, like the garden, friends/family, something off the street, sunsets.
What are you passionate about? I'm passionate about my photography but also about fresh fruit and vegetables.
What's the best lesson you've learnt? Everything can change in a day.
Which person, living or dead, would you most like to meet? I would like to meet Frank Hurley, first photographer to Antarctica with Shackelton. His photos are amazing!
What dream do you still want to fulfil? I dream of having a photographic exhibition.
What are you reading? Love in the time of cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
images courtesy of Natalie Boog