Photo & Video
Posted by Kate Starke
05. Jul, 2013
Spanish-born photographer, Elisenda Russell, uses the changing of seasons and the birth/death cycle to inspire her images.
After exhibitions in London and Barcelona, Melbourne-based Elisenda says her passion for photo-taking is “fuelled when creating beautiful images, charged with nostalgia, emotions and reason.”
Elisenda attributes her affection for vibrant images to living in Barcelona which she tells us enhanced her sensitivity.
Always inspired and ready to take on new freelance projects Elisenda thrives on working closely with her subjects to bring out their true character and capture fragile moments.
To view more of Elisenda’s work visit elisendasofia.com
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