Esther Voisin is a photographer based in Paris and in the USA. She specializes in still-life, portrait, and editorial photography.She uses black & whites as well as colours. Several of her books have been published in Paris and are sold in the Centre Pompidou and the Palais de Tokyo, among other places.
For you to get to know her better, we interviewed her for Trendtablet:
Which color touches you the most ?
White, peaceful and strong.
What is the first thing you do in the morning?
I open my eyes; from my bed I look through the window and see the sky and palm trees. The light and colors set the tone for my day. It’s same image every day with different hues. A joy.
Which song lets your imagination carry on away somewhere ?
“Out of this world” by John Coltrane
What’s your favorite food/meal?
Anything with veggies, grains, olive oil and parmesan.
What is your favorite moment of the day ?
Dawn & sunset
Do you remember the first picture you ever took?
No, I don’t. But I have a feeling it was still-life.
In what kind of mood are you into those days?
Secretive & creative.
What do you feel is influencing photography and photographers in a big way today?
The Art market, and the overload of information and images we ingest every day from the virtual world.
Some of your favorite references ? (photography, art, movies, literature…..)
This is a long and ever-growing list, but I would say that my favorite references in art, literature, photography, cinema, and music are rooted in the contemporary art/cultural movements. The avant-garde movement, counter-culture, independent culture, the abstract and minimalism.
Anything with an innovative, visionary and unique voice, and a rebellious scream.