Anrielle Hunt is a dreamboat photographer from Byron Bay and she recently put a roll through her Pentax 35mm for our 12 Frames Series.
A lover of light and the rolling oceans her roll was shot in the moments just after the sun wakes up and just before it goes to sleep again. A surf, lifestyle and fashion photographer, Anrielle has a gentle gaze with subtle playfulness layered into her imagery. No doubt a reflection of her own kindness and character, her portrait subjects are calm, open and curious and her photographs in the surf draw into the sea and you’ll wish you were floating under the sun with the sound of nothing but the water rushing off the back the waves.
Thank you for taking the time to shoot a roll for Twelve Frames Anrielle Hunt.
Anrielle Elise Hunt
Hometown: Byron Bay
In your own words, what do you do?
Provide safe spaces for people to feel & heal, float in the ocean & plan for every possible outcome all of the time.
What are you working on right now?
I’m wanting to showcase women in the water, all kinds of women. Especially the ones with freckles & lines from years of sunshine & smiles.
When did you shoot the roll?
I shot this roll leisurely end of July / early August.
Where did you shoot the roll?
At home, around Byron Bay.
Take a frame at first light
Backyard at my favourite hour.
Shoot your favourite tree
Tree of the day, with the moon of the morning.
Take a self-portrait outside
A self-portrait, outside.
Shoot a space you feel creative in
The space I feel most creative and soft.
Shoot the weather
The weather at Wategoes.
Photograph someone you love
Someone I love.
Shoot a stranger
Two views with a stranger.
Shoot your backyard
The lightness of the morning.
Something that makes you happy
She makes me very, very happy.
Shoot the contents of your bag
Contents of my (curated) bag.
Shoot the last light
The lightness of the evening
Shoot yourself before bed
Just before bed.
Thank you for being a part of Twelve Frames and making some wondrous photos with your roll Anrielle.
Keep your eye out for Anrielle’s interview as part of our Shooting the Surf series, coming soon.
You can find the rest of our Twelve Frames here.