Welcome to episode 257 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen!
This week on the podcast, I was joined by a lens-based artist named Serena Dzenis who is originally from Australia but now lives in Iceland.
Serena's photography work has shifted considerably over the past couple of years so it was great to chat with her on that transformation.
On this week's episode we discuss:
Serena's transition from the mental health world into photography,
Why Serena has chosen to call herself a lens-based artist,
Using digital editing tools to instill greater purpose into our photography,
The collective effort to increase awareness of women in the photography space,
And a lot more!
Here's who Serena recommended for the podcast this week:
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