JACQUELINE TELEM UNRAVELING THE SCENE
Lens Magazine|September 2020
JACQUELINE TELEM UNRAVELING THE SCENE
For me, photography is a way to document the reality around me, tell a story, or evoke a feeling. My choices of subjects originate from my interest in an idea, beauty, or mood.

For me, photography is a way to document the reality around me, tell a story, or evoke a feeling. My choices of subjects originate from my interest in an idea, beauty, or mood.

As a photographer, I am a witness in time. It can be a sizable landscape, nature, more often, urban or street photography. I managed to see the light battle in the darkness, textures, contrasts, shapes, and colors during the years.

Mostly my images are part of series (pictographic urban narratives; state of mind). In many cases, they describe certain conditions in the urban landscape, where I am quite clear and create stories, revealing a structure or reflections in water pools or glass walls.

Sometimes I am unraveling the scene with the help of natural light.

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September 2020