By Céline Bossart, Freelance Journalist, Former Production Editor at Milk.xyz
I often find myself on various planes of the creative spectrum given the fluid nature of my work; at times I’m behind the
scenes writing or producing for a number of different outlets, and at others, I’m in front of the camera for my own projects.
During my time at Milk Studios, I had the privilege of being surrounded by artists of all mediums, particularly photographers
whose work I’d commissioned or produced, or both. Many of them gravitated toward the grit of film and of disposable
cameras, leaving their own imprint that was amplified by nostalgia—particularly that of the ‘90s, stylistically speaking. The
work of fashion and portrait photographer Natalie O’Moore serves as a mood board that perfectly embodies an intentional
aesthetic and cool energy that only looks casual and haphazard.
ON MY RADAR