Vienna-trained photographer Nathalie Schueller is inspired by her first passion: people. Whether photographing a celebrity for a magazine, helping the camera shy feel comfortable in front of her lens, or visually telling the story of an event, Nathalie attempts to capture more than just her subjects’ faces but their unfiltered personality.
After working with several influential photographers in Paris, Vienna, and New York City, Nathalie settled in New York City where she continued to work for leading European and American magazines on a host of assignments. The first American publication to print her work was The New Yorker.
“I’ve worked in still life, fashion, advertising, journalism, and I always come back to my main interest: the person,” she says, reflecting upon her own work.
Nathalie’s approach toward photographing people – whether at a portrait session or during a big event – is non-intrusive, yet personalized: “I don’t distinguish between a kid without a C.V. and a President. What inspires me is always that personal connection.”