Micaela McLucas is a photographer native of Los Angeles, California. Having spent the past several years studying art and philosophy at The Sorbonne in Paris and traveling, she currently resides between London and Los Angeles.
“When I first came back to Earth after 128 days in space, I thought I had ruined my life … because gravity felt so heavy.‘(-Nasa astronaut David Wolfe)
Those words spun around and around my head upon hearing them one cold winter morning in London not too long ago. To be honest I am not sure how I even ended up in London, I am from Los Angeles, I was fortunate enough to grow up in paradise, and yet, here I am on the other side of the world, more dizzy and fascinated by it all than ever. I like to see my work as sorts of dreams I weave together from life that I capture obsessively around me, sans cesse.I am never without my camera, never without my mind half floating into outer space, even though gravity might be limiting me, or so it seems. My curiosity and fascination with life still lets me drift into the clouds and my photos reflect that.”