Visual Essay 06 by Alice Gao
We’ve invited Alice Gao for the 6th iteration of our Visual Essay Series. Our Visual Essay series is designed to engage and connect with creatives all over the world – giving them free reign to interpret Mud’s designs through their unique creative lens. Alice Gao is a NYC-based still life, interiors and travel photographer, see more of Gao’s work here. The stylist behind this shoot was Linden Elstran.
“Overall, my photography is driven by light. There is nothing worse to me than boring or flat light. It truly pains me when I don’t have control over that! And of course, balance in composition. It’s hard to explain exactly when an image is “done” but there is an instinctual and gut feeling that I’ve developed over the years that tells me when something is right. The Mud pieces are a dream to shoot because of their matte finish. They really take on light well and easily show dimension, which I love.”