Nadia Huggins: A Brief Interview with Repeating Islands

19 May

Repeating Islands

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Nadia Huggins is a self-taught photographer from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. She is a full-time freelance graphic designer (see the invisible creative) and co-founder of ARC Magazine. In her own words, her primary focus has been documentary and conceptual photography. For her latest work highlighted in our previous post Nadia Huggins’ “Circa no future”, Huggins has focused on the use of Instagram, capturing unexpected, astounding (and sometimes joyful) scenes of life by-on-in the Caribbean Sea. [Photo above: Reeling. Digital print in saltwater, 6lb fishing line. 2015. Image courtesy the artist.]

RI/IR: In your description of “Circa no future” you explain that you explore fearlessness, the present moment, and the camaraderie of the boys you have photographed. Could you speak about how you were inspired to choose this topic?

I returned to St Vincent & the Grenadines in 2013. I think in most cases when you are away from…

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