Amateur Photographer

Megan Bendall

AP: When and why did you start taking photographs?

Megan Bendall: When I was 16. However my images had no purpose other than to document family holidays. At university I began to understand where I could take my imagery. In April 2018, I dove into narrative-based documentary work.

AP: What draws you towards documentary photography?

MB: It’s always been the link to other people’s stories and how my own experiences can be told through them. I think the use of empathy and relationships in documentary is incredibly important and I’m often drawn to things that I’ve experienced or been

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