Trinidad Carrillo, “Naini and the Sea of Wolves”

The notion of fairy tales is well explored within photography. That being said, I find Trinidad Carrillo’s subtle approach to the idea refreshing. While I think all her work is wonderful, I never really got it until seeing the edit for her new book, Naini and the Sea Wolves. Her world is gentle and intimate. She seems to find the magic – and the awkwardness – in the common moment…isn’t that what photography is all about? For your viewing pleasure, here are some of my favorites.

Trinidad Carrillo

Trinidad Carrillo

Trinidad Carrillo

Trinidad Carrillo

“I recall myself attending a dance school for children. There was a door, always locked, with the word ‘photography’ on it. One day I knocked, I was let in and never came out.”

Trinidad Carrillo for 1000 Words Magazine

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