I got 3 weeks left of Premium and to get the most of it, I will do the Watchers feature as the very last, I will like to also use this time left to do some very special and personal features I've been wanting to do for ages.
So,may I present you:
There are so many thing I could say about her and nothing will be enough to express how much her art has affected me.
The first time I came around her artwork was with this serie
I remember being in my last year of highschool, looking at my lovely Nikon D80 that I hardly knew how to use it, and then looking at the pictures and being astonished at how that was even possible to capture with a camera.
From that moment I was hooked.
As I went into uni and my interest with photography was only growing stronger I discover the amazing world of self-portraiture. I could shoot and develop my photography skills in my very unsual spare time and I could try to built up some confidence about my appearence.
I started to search for self-portraiture inspiration online and I came again to Laura.
Her range in self-portraiture is absolutley mindblowing! Not only the amazing ideas and concepts she came up with, but also the bravery to go out and to it in front of strangers in the last places you'd except a selfportrait to be taken. And also it *has to* be mention, her unhumanly beautiful posing grace...like...wow...it's just unfair
I really like, not only her concepts and how she develops them, but also her tecnical skills when it comes to composition, framing, light control... It's just always on point!
At this point I was kind of a stalker (a silent one as I always feel so frighten to do this "public" sort of love and fangirling demonstration) and then I learned that she was also an architecture student. And I know It may sounds silly, but it just feel even a stronger conection towards what she created.
She's the type of photographer that I would just be honoured to be able to sits right next to and see them work, holding the bags and doing all the hard work if necessary.
The type of photographer that makes me want to push myself even further and don't quit with photography even when sometimes I feel I'm about to leave it.
(Why didn't I choose Germany to do my Erasmus!!??? whyy!??? why!??
Her photography is so overwhelming emotional, even with the smallest things I found myself trapped inside the little 3456x2304 pixel world that she creates.
She's one of my favourite artist of all time, so please go and show her some love all across the interwebs!