Nadine Mrb is a self taught photographer from the Netherlands. She solely shoots 35mm film with her trusted Pentax K1000. Capturing her everyday surroundings, the people in it and her travels is what encompasses most of her work. She refers to her work as her visual diary, her images creating a feeling of freedom and capturing beauty, realness and imperfections.
Was there any exact moment in your life when you fell in love with photography?
My love for photography grew gradually over time. I had however started with analog photography and never let go of this, still only shooting film.
What was the connection like between you and the subject of this shoot?
We know each other well and had come up with a concept for the shoot together. She is one of my favourite people to capture and when we’re shooting together it’s always comfortable and fun.
How would you describe your style?
I feel my style as intimate and dreamlike.
“I think all creatives have their peaks and pits, and I think that’s also an important part of the process, to sometimes take a step back and review what your next steps will be.“
How do you keep yourself going creatively?
I think all creatives have their peaks and pits, and I think that’s also an important part of the process, to sometimes take a step back and review what your next steps will be. I often get inspired by other photographers, films and other creatives that seem to continuously fuel me with new inspiration.
Styling by Zusjes Vintage Boetiek & Daylene Kroon.