Forging a creative path as a freelance photographer
Louisa Seton is a classically trained fine art, lifestyle and documentary photographer, who grew up in Kenya but has spent more than 18 years living in Australia.
From her fine art portraits to her travel photography, Louisa’s work is absolutely stunning and has been featured in top international publications, including Africa Geographic, CNN Travel and Vogue Living. She’s particularly drawn to photographing women and has recently launched a new project called Sacred Feminine Photography, which celebrates and empowers women of all body shapes and backgrounds.
In this episode, Louisa talks about growing up in Kenya, how she got her start as a freelance photographer after working in the corporate world, and why her new Sacred Feminine shoots can be healing and empowering for women.
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