We Are Photographers podcast

Noémie Marguerite - Visual Poetry

15 Sekunden vorwärts
15 Sekunden vorwärts

Noémie Marguerite is a revolutionary artist with the grand ability to grasp the raw emotions and beauty of everything that she captures. She is a photographer, filmmaker and artist whose work spans editorial, studio portraits, events, and films. Her images have appeared in Wired, NYT, Fast Company, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar. She’s featured as a member of the 2021 Creative Class, presented by The Creative Collective NYC.

In this episode, Noémie explores how she uses photography and filmmaking as a way of understanding herself and the gray areas of life. We discuss her Mental Traffic video project, maneuvering shame, and art’s role in mental wellness. Find out how Noémie’s personal work has led to getting hired for professional work, the importance of trusting the process, and the power of word of mouth marketing. Noémie shares how it took owning her self-worth to value her work, increase her prices and thus improve her business. Living in what was once her impossible world, Noémie has a mission to let others know that “Your impossible is actually possible.” 

This is We Are Photographers with Noémie Marguerite and this is her story.

Connect with Noémie Marguerite: noemie-marguerite.com | Instagram

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