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Annabelle Nicoll

Brighton, UK

Annabelle Nicoll is a fine art landscape photographer. Her images have a depth and beauty not often found in this world, which is exactly what she sets out to find and capture. Her photographs communicate the stillness and beauty of the natural world, and they are arresting in their simplicity. The peacefulness depicted in her shots perfectly reflects the fragility of the world, and each shot is intentionally devoid of all markings of mankind, giving the pictures a sense of timelessness.

Preferred Style

Simple.

Preferred Camera

Mamiya 7(2) Rangefinder 6x7 medium format, Ebony Field Camera 5x4 large format.

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Quick Questions

Where do you live?

Brighton. I love its diversity and the people.

Describe your design process.

I immerse myself in the landscape, slow my mind down with mindfulness techniques and respond to the landscape. I see my process as a spiritual practice.

Any accessories you can’t work without?

Peace and quiet!

Favourite part of the job?

Printing new work really large for the first time and seeing it come to life.

Biggest challenge?

The cost of working on film.

Who are your artistic heroes?

Andy Goldsworthy, Antony Gormley, Hiroshimo Suigimoto.

What work are you most proud of?

The Twelfth Day because that is when I discovered how to connect to nature with my camera.

What advice would you give younger photographers?

Don’t compare yourself to other and make your own rules. Experiment.

What is your favourite night of the week? Favourite season?

All of them have their moments. No particular favourite.

What do you want to accomplish that you haven’t already?

Financial stability! Ha.

Describe the best party you’ve even been to.

Every party, I’m a single mum!

What excites you?

Newness.

What angers you?

Closed minds.

What is a good life?

  Living with a sense of connection to people and place and a sense of gratitude daily.

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