Maisie Marshall describes herself as a social documentary photographer, and in her work tells beautiful human stories. Sensitive and emotive, this young storyteller has already caught the attention of publications like Huck which featured her series about the British Rodeo Cowboy Association. We speak to her about finding her niche within the photography world and her future aspirations.
Creative Review: How did you decide to study photography at university? What drew you to the medium?
Maisie Marshall: I started taking photographs from a young age and fell in love with it as a visual medium. There was something more about it than making the work, it was the people I got to meet and the emotions that were attached to the images that made me become overwhelmed with passion for it.
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