Danish photographer, Charlotte Oestervang, knows how to take a fantastic portrait. Several years ago, when she applied for the Berenice Abbott Award, I saw her beautiful silver gelatin prints from the series, Portraits from Eastern Kentucky and knew that she was a force to be reckoned with–her work in person was stunning and incredibly moving.
Charlotte recieved her BFA at F.A.M.U. in Prague, and then attended a one year program in Documentary Photography at ICP in New York. She has garnered numerous awards and exibitions. Heso Magazine had a great interview with Charlotte last year.
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