Air Apparent

Many of Isabelle Lindbergh's photographs feel like air. Collections from St. Barts and those featuring pregnant women seem to embrace the zephyr within. Even her most commercial product shots feel as if the negative space is carefully packed with oxygen.

Her grandfather, Charles Lindbergh, was the man who first hopped the pond in 1927 and donated his name to countless avenues, schools and libraries. He also had more than a dozen kids on both sides of the Atlantic. The most famous was kidnapped and murdered in the crime of the century. Some of the others made their own marks in business and the arts.

Isabelle Lemoine Lindbergh is from the European wing of the family. Born in France, she is a much in demand photographer for luxury brands, such as Lancome and Swarovski.

Commercial photographers don't take pictures, they make pictures. Often the simplest looking shots require the most time and effort. With glistening objects such as jewelry or crystals, acheiving minimalism might actually require multiple composites to control and eliminate unwanted reflections.

Today you could fly from New York to Paris in the amount of time she takes to compose and light a perfect still life with zenlike swirls of moisturizer.

Her career is growing more diverse, and Isabelle has photographed album covers for singer Oboy and the French sould band Kimberose. She has been doing many portraits of mothers who have unique stories, and incredible life experiences. These can be viewed on her Instagram.

Isabelle is currently preparing an exhibition dedicated to her illustrious grandpa scheduled take place in New York during in 2021 (pandemic allowing).


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