How would you describe your photographic style?
"Everything I do with my photography is created. I plan, make mood boards, get a team together and create something. For me, perfection is being able to create what's in my mind – getting the model who suits the project and the right styling. If I can achieve the end result that was in my head, that is perfection."
What is the most exciting shoot you've ever done?
"Every shoot is so unique. When I graduated, I did a project influenced by fashion. It was very personal – about a relationship that had broken down – and I worked with a big team. I got closure during that project. It was so therapeutic for me. I conveyed my emotions and used my photography as therapy. My heart was 100% in it."
What advice would you give others who want to shoot fashion?
"Connect with people. Have a great time together because that comes across in the images you take. If you don't open yourself up, you don't get as much back. It's so important to have that connection."
What would you say are the biggest challenges with fashion photography?
"My boyfriend sometimes accompanies me to shoots and people assume that he is the photographer. When people see my images, they take me seriously, but when they only see me, they sometimes think, 'Oh, it's just a small girl taking pictures'. I sometimes enjoy this challenge of changing perceptions, though."