Natalia Naa

A self proclaimed "huge nerd" who didn't want to be a photographer, but accidentally became one.

Can you tell us your name, age, and a little bit about yourself?

"I honestly don't know where to start (I'm quite bad at introducing myself as you can probably already tell). I'm a full time student and am currently undertaking my Master of Social Work degree after graduating last year (I majored in Psychology soooo it's quite different than the creative world). I'm also a huge nerd - I wear big glasses and I love reading books. Other things I love are meeting new people, going on surprise trips and adventures, and my hot chocolate mug. I'm currently based in Melbourne but I travel heaps too, so hit me up with suggestions on where to go next!"

Tell us a little bit more about your creative work?

"I photograph humans. And food. And everything in between. I especially love capturing emotions and telling stories through the photographs (Fun fact: I also love experimenting with DIY projects - I love everything that has to do with fabric!). I get inspired from anything really - from other creatives, works of art, nature, people, stories, pretty much everything!"

Can you tell us two good things that happened to you this week and one bad thing?

"My two highs would be finishing up the first year of my masters degree and also the uni ball (I don't get to dress up that often so excuse my excitement for this one). One low would be having to clean up my digital junk. Fun times."

How long have you been snapping pics for? What made you want to be a photographer?

"I started taking photos when I was in my junior year of high school and I have been freelancing for about one year now. To be honest, I didn't want to be one. I just became one. Life brought me here and I ain't complaining!"

What was the most beautiful moment you’ve ever seen, but were unable to capture on camera?

"Death. It was a beautiful passing."

Natalia Naa

Instagram: @natalianaa

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