Anna Morosini´s delightsome pictures tell an intimate story of the portraited person – trying to capture what she “really sees when she sees something.” The gifted Italian photographer provides us with an insight into her work and thoughts about inspirations and her spirit for life…
Hello Anna! First of all, tell us a lil bit about you!
I’m a girl, I was born in 1987 in a small town in the middle of Italy. I still live here with my parents. I’m studing modern literature in Perugia, and I’m attending a masterclass in photography in Modena. I´ve always been taking pictures- since I was a child (I know, many young artist say that, but I VE GOT THE PROOF! :). This passion probably came from my previous passions: drawing and writing. It’s kind of the natural union of them.
Photography means to you?
A natural way to express myself…a great universal medium for ideas and visions.
What do you want to capture in your pictures?
What I really SEE when I see something. I know it sounds silly but it’s not.
Where does your big love for analog photography come from?
From the story, the past…from how my father used to portrait my family, I think.
You often like to capture sensual situations of friends and family. Is this what inspires you most?
I feel comfortable taking pictures of my family and friends…for me pictures become more real and deep. I like to try to include what I’m attracted to, portraiting other people´s intimacy.
What equipment do you use?
What I can afford :)
The spirit for your life is?
I’m afraid of death. I hate every kind of “end” meaning. I hate time. I really think life sometimes is too intense for humans…but I’m deeply excited to live.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I hope to have a child. And to be fucking rich and famous :)
all images © Anna Morosini