Follow your Passion! Lead your Passion!
Im Interview mit Fotografin Marta Bevacqua

Ihre erste Kamera bekam Marta Bevacqua mit 16 und ließ sie seitdem nicht mehr los, so war es nur ein sinnvoller nächster Schritt, die Passion zum Beruf zu machen. Die italienische 25-jährige Fotografin Marta Bevacqua lebt und arbeitet in Paris als Freelance Fotografin in den Bereichen Fashion, Beauty und Advertising. Ihre Bilder haben einen surrealen, leicht düsteren und magischen Touch.

Tell us about Marta Bevacqua the photographer? Is she different than Marta the individual?

Marta Bevacqua:

If you had asked this question some years ago, probably i wouldn’t had an answer. But during the years, i noticed i’m quite different.

The photographer is quite shy; she knows exactly what she wants, always, but always listens to her collaborators‘ suggestions. She doesn’t speak so much, and gives not confidence. She’s just in her world, watching and creating at the same time, in a bubble where sometimes she allows someone to enter with her.

The individual is quite more „rumourous“. The Marta individual speaks a lot, when she starts to; she’s not exactly „sweet“, as i’ve been defined in my „photographer life“, but i think i’m a good friend in most of the cases. I’m impulsive, very much impulsive. The photographer is quite, she’s rational, she waits for the things to be ready before shooting, she thinks a lot before talking. In my life, i really don’t think so much. ^^‘


Please tell us more about your background and what made you become an photographer?

Marta Bevacqua:

I grew up in a red house in the country, near Rome, Italy. I grew up with my mother and my sisters, always in contact with nature. I started by chance, just because i noticed i loved watching at lots of photos, browsing around the web on websites such as DeviantArt or Flickr. I just thought i could do the same, i could try to take some photos. I started with trees and flowers. Then with my sisters, and year after year, i became what i’m today. I’m self-taught the most, i just always followed my instinct. With the time, it became more rational, a thoughtful project.

I always had something to do with art and, especially, with images. Once i got my first camera in my hands, i immediately understood it was forever and i was right.


Describe a real-life situation that inspired you?

Marta Bevacqua:

In real, i don’t get really inspired by real-life situations. I love inventing stories, and atmospheres. I can get really impressed by real expressions, real emotions, and i transform that in imaginary worlds. I thought a lot about this question, asking myself if it’s really life this; how’s possible i don’t get inspired by real-life situations?! I don’t know; i’m inspired by nature and our world, and i think that our world is the most extraordinary thing we have in our hands. And that’s it. It’s what i want to imagine, our world and other worlds, inventing stories and atmospheres.


How do you keep yourself motivated and your photography creative, inspiring and fresh?

Marta Bevacqua:

I think i’m quite ambitious. I want to arrive at some points, i have big things i want to do. I always think about that, i have big projects in mind, big ideas i really can’t wait to realize. I just continue because i know that everything i do right now, just composes little steps to my final thing. Maybe it doens’t make really sense, but it’s like this. I have a constant flow of ideas in my mind, i have a constant urgency of creating something. That’s it.


Professionally, what’s your goal?

Marta Bevacqua:

Be able to tell in a great way a beautiful story. A big story. If i have to say it „professionally“, i would love starting to work for important magazines and having the possibility to create and give life to all my biggest ideas. So, in a few words, having the possiblity to have the means to create quite everything, and mix art and fashion in doing this.


Where do you see yourself five years from now?

Marta Bevacqua:

I really don’t know. It’s quite strange. I moved to Paris last year, and many things happened, things i couldn’t imagine one year ago, when i was just arrived in France. So many things happened, that i cannot describe or remember all. I just think it will be a surprise, or, at least, i hope it will be.


What can we expect from you next?

Marta Bevacqua:

I’m starting to work on a big big serie in this period. It’s a long time i’m preparing it. Can’t wait to show you something :)


Salut, je m'apelle Elle, Visionärin. Ich bin "full of energy", freaky und selbstkritisch. Ich lasse immer mein Herz sprechen, versäume aber nie auch den power-button für's Hirn zu pushen. Ich bin kompromissbereit in wichtigen Dingen und denke oftmals in vielen Dimensionen, was aber für Innovationen und spannende Projekte hilfreich ist. Das World Wide Web mit dem unendlichen Informationsfluss von Neuem fasziniert mich immer wieder. Als meine Passion sehe ich Kunst, Design, Fotografie und Musik. Ich bin genauso unkonventionell wie mein Humor. coultique is my wonderland - frei nach Alice - "Das Unmögliche zu schaffen, gelingt einem nur, wenn man es für möglich befindet".

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