We’re always on the lookout for up-and-coming photographers with their own distinct style, and Boooooooom is always a good place to look. That’s where we found the romantic, muted work of Nishe, aka 27-year old Magdalena Lutek of Poland, who works by day as a graphic designer and spends her free time capturing beautiful photos on both film and digital.
“Photography has been my biggest love since I was 15,” she says. “I used to take black and white film photos of landscapes and nature trying to capture emotions in lonely places. In 2009 I started taking self-portraits, I had a lot of spare time but I wasn’t brave enough to ask people to model for me. My face was always obscured in the photographs I took and it became my obsession to portray a soul of a person, their emotions, anxiety, loneliness without showing their face. In December 2011 I finally broke out of my shell and began working with models. This summer has been the most prolific time for me, I’m living and breathing photography.”