Katrine Worsøe is Communications Specialist and Photographer in the media lab at Design School Kolding in Southern Denmark. We have asked her about her craft profession and what inspires and drives the curiosity of her craft practice.
What craft do you work with?
My craft revolves around photography.
What inspires you to work with this craft?
I am inspired by the ability of photography to capture not just images but the underlying narratives within them. The idea of freezing moments in time and preserving emotions, moods, and tales through my photographs deeply motivates and inspires me.
How do you start your creative process?
I begin my creative process by observing the world around me with a keen eye for the interplay of light and shadow, seeking out the small, fleeting dramas that often go unnoticed. Each click of the shutter initiates a process of crafting a story, documenting the beauty that surrounds me, and conveying the essence of a moment.
How would you best describe your workspace and what tools could you not do without?
My workspace is versatile and adaptable, often extending to wherever my photographic journeys take me. However, my essential tools include my camera equipment – the camera body, various lenses suited for different purposes, and accessories such as tripods and filters. I thrive in spaces that offer a blend of natural settings and creativity-inspiring elements, allowing me to immerse myself in my craft while staying connected to the world around me.