Twenty four hours of a summer in Paris, seen through twelve frames, by Claudia Smith.
Claudia Smith is a human of few words, in that she prefers her photographs do the talking, and they speak volumes. Ever curious and forever evolving, Claudia has a gentle eye that always captures a deeper essence than what might be seen on first glance. Dancing with herself as a master of the self-portrait and bringing a refreshing eye to the saturated world of fashion photography, her photographs are steeped in class.
Everybody has a friend that they know is “bound for great things”, Claudia is one those friends to many I’m sure. Whether it’s painterly portraits in beautiful landscapes or bare and elegant interiors, Claudia’s photographs are rich of a personal nuance and never brash. Like the perfect meal: simple, but indelible.
Thanks for being a part of Twelve Frames, Claudia. Always looking forward to what’s next for you.
Claudia shot her roll of Portra on the streets of Montmartre in the 18 eme, Paris.
Hometown: Byron Bay
In your own words, what do you do?
What are you working on right now?
When did you shoot the roll?
Where did you shoot the roll?
Take a frame at first light
First light I saw, this is probably 11 am
Shoot your favourite tree
Take a self-portrait outside
With the Sacré-Cœur
Shoot in a space you feel creative in
Anywhere outside, land and sea. A space I love to create work and where my mind can freely roam
Shoot the weather
Cloudy with the sun saying hey
Photograph someone you love
Always a good time with Max Ray Fin
Shoot a stranger
He said no…
Shoot your backyard
or Playground, the beautiful Montmartre (and Paris)
Shoot yourself before bed
*Teeth brushing noise*
Shoot the contents of your bag
Would put some frittes in my bag to take home if I could
Shoot something that makes you happy
An envelope full of freshly processed negatives
Take a frame at last light
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