Naomi Goggin’s experimentation with film and formats makes for a fresh photographic style that’s raw, cinematic and deeply nostalgic. All the while, she focuses on capturing the true intimacy and identity of the day. Goggin loves to experiment with different cameras—she has a Nikon F3, Holga, Hasselblad XPan and Plaubel Makina 670 for film, as well as Fuji cameras for digital. She has also shot editorial, advertising and news. Having started her photographic career at The Times (of London), various assignments have taken her to Pakistan, the Netherlands, Spain and Malta.