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Kaisa shares examples of her stories which have all been created with using I.C.M. (Intentional Camera Movement) as the main technique.

She will demonstrate how you can put together a cohesive series, telling a strong story, even if the images are abstractions or non-representational.

Kaisa’s background as a photojournalist gives a strong experience in documentary storytelling, and now, as an artist, she uses it to tell stories with more abstract images.

She will go through what ties images together as a series, and how ICM images interpret a story.

Kaisa Sirén is a photographic artist who uses northern sceneries of Finland as her backdrop, focusing on themes related to the seasons of Lapland, and the sensitivity of nature.

Kaisa works as a freelance photographer and is widely published in various Finnish magazines and newspapers and has had several solo and group exhibitions.

She owns and runs her own gallery in Rovaniemi and is member of the quarterly ICMPhotomag publishing team. Teaches courses on ICM photography and does mentoring, both in person and on-line.

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