Photo & Video
Posted by Steph Wade
07. Jun, 2013
Izabel Caligiore is a talented photographer from Melbourne, specialising in sound art at RMIT. Last year Izabel curated the photography show Univearth, which included work from photographers from around the globe that she herself admires.
“It was awesome! In conjunction with the show we released a zine (a small collection of self-published work) which was my first and something I had wanted to do for some time”.
The inspiration behind Izabel’s work comes from the small things; she asserts that it always changes depending on her location, and spontaneity plays a significant part.
So how does she go about the process of photographing?
“Making sure my camera is constantly stocked with film is important, so I can always capture the moment. Then it’s just about mixing things up, putting myself in foreign situations and trying new things”.
Her plans for the future are constantly changing, whether it’s running amok with projects with model friends or travelling the world sourcing out new inspirations.
“I have a few projects I’m working on so keep an eye out on my blog and you will see”.
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