Photo © Nina Borowsky
I was struck by the shapes in the sand formed by the wind that can sometimes resemble human forms.
The shape, as the name suggests, resemble process of human fertilisation.
Nina Borowsky UNITED KINGDOM
I spent my early childhood surrounded by picturesque fields and mountains. This upbringing fuelled a passion in nature and moving image.
After four year at State Academy of Arts to do degree in Theatre Production, I worked as a television producer at state television for nine years.
Soon after I moved to England and have been living in the South ever since, where my growing interest in imagery led me to photography.
There are two dissimilar subject within my work which I thoroughly enjoy exploring which are portraits and a more abstract view.
In the portraits I like to bring out each subjects personality and their interests / passions or get a glimpse into intimate moments of their personal life. I also greatly enjoy the communication you have with the people when taking their photo.
The abstract work explores a dreamy and romanticised view of contemporary landscapes and the human interaction within. Through careful observation and minimal digital alteration, I create movement and patterns within the landscape, seeking out naturally occurring colour pallets.
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