• Photo by Fabrizio Mingarelli




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  • Photo by Nicola Abraham

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  • Photo by Brent Trenholm

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  • Interview #3: Marisa Mouton

    Tell us a little about yourself and what do you do?

    I currently live in a suburb, Redmond, WA just across the lake from Seattle. Just before moving to Seattle I completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Texas where most of my family resides. My career background is in public relations/marketing and I currently volunteer at a local art center. Lately, I've been concentrating on photography as much as possible.

    Who or what inspires you to take photographs?

    I adore photographing people. You can photograph a place and it may look the same if you come back the next day, but a person will always have a different expression or nuanced pose.

    My favorite photographs are those in which one cannot tell immediately what it is or where it was taken.

    Do you have any particular influences when it comes to your photography?

    My environment drives my photography. Most things I photograph are situations, people or items I see almost daily; this stems from my comfort of capturing what I know best.

    What made you take up photography and why do you choose to use film?

    I took a black and white class as part of my major when in college and developed an infatuation with photography. It wasn't until almost a year ago that I picked up a film camera again, a Polaroid One Step, and played around with it a bit. I fell in love with Impossible's film, then decided to try a Polaroid 220 Land Camera. The peel apart films are amazing and I mostly shot with it all last summer/fall. I'm now back to using 35mm, learning 120 film photography and developing my own film at home.

    Depression and anxiety are something I deal with almost daily; photography has been a wonderful therapy tool. It's the process of shooting the film and pulling the film out, or developing the film that is so therapeutic.

    I shoot film because of its unpredictability and imperfections. I’ve had some lovely mistakes happen.

    What do you hope to do with your photography in the future? Any projects planned?

    My only real plan for my photography is to save it all in one place and hand it to my son one day. I've captured some really fun memories using film.

    I'm currently working on a series of photographs that have a domestic thread running through it. They'll be more snapshot in style and taken mostly in 35mm and 120 format.

    Do you have a favourite camera/film?

    I have two favorite cameras and both were given to me as gifts: my Polaroid 250 and my dad's Mamiya C330 which was just given to me last month. I've been shooting the Mamiya lately and absolutely love it. It also feels special knowing my dad used it to take photos of my brother and me when we were kids.

    My favorite film is Fuji’s FP3000b instant film and Kodak (120) Tmax 400.

    If you could photograph anyone or any location what or who would it be?

    I would love to photograph Kyle Williams (@keelayjams) doing his work in NYC. Kyle is an incredible artist. He's been an inspiration for me in some of my photography projects since I found his work last summer.

    You can see more of Marisa's work here



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