Lauren Engel says of her subject Nicoline Aagesen who also happens to be a photographer: "Her voice was the voice of thousands of smoked cigarettes, a grungy calm murmur. Every picture captured her soul, in the most innocent, raw way. She ran into the sea like a teenager chasing intimacy. Slowly by slowly her white top turned transparent as the water intertwined with her body. The moon began to dip and shed its few last glitters across the wide open sea like the end of love." The two worked incredibly well together, playing with the transition from day to night as Nicoline reveals herself.
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