2021 / Fine Art / Still Life


  • Photographer
    Natasha Pszenicki

Modern&playful adaptations of the Japanese art of Ikebana.These presentations intend to surprise&delight, holding the viewer’s gaze as they entice you in to consider what draws all the objects together.Each frame is intended to explore personal narratives that consider the sense of home&broader identity, finding their origins in family heritage, childhoods&how those multifaceted influences are carried with them now. The aesthetic intent to celebrate the ordinary and elevate humble elements as a celebration of culture.Elements are chosen for their symbolism for the ‘author’.

I am a London based photographer, shooting portraits, fashion and still life across a variety of publications.