Digital photographer Isabelle Menin studied in Brussels and explored painting while working in graphic design and illustration. She always worked using nature’s elements, particularly flowers.
"Going digital allowed me to push back my limits, to find a much wider sphere of activity where things tied up fluidly and were reversible. I call my work “inland photographs and disordered landscapes” in reference to nature’s strange complexity. I’m much more fascinated by “ancient art” than by contemporary, it’s not something I am in any way striving to, it just happens. I just want to put things together to rebuilt, to discover in what way I see the world and I happen to do it with a computer rather than with brushes. That’s all.