is a California based photographer born and raised in the South of France.
For the most part she’s a self-taught, relying largely on instinct, the plant world and listening to Brian Eno. She often makes pictures foraged from nature in order to document its encounter in every day modern life. Whether it’s people, spaces or stills, she aims to experience the beauty of impermanence.
More about Nastassia Brückin and her works here.