“When I started there were a lot of challenges. The biggest was to persuade myself how to step out of my safe zone. The courage to work, make mistakes and go on further, was my biggest challenge.”
“I hate to say this, as it sounds a bit cliché – but follow your dreams because anything is possible. It’s all on you to make things happen. If it doesn’t, there are no other excuses or reasons aside from yourself. You can control your destiny.”
– Natalie Amrossi
“I draw inspiration from other perspectives. At all times, every single day, I try and view life from the eyes of others. Whether that be my family, my friends, my co-workers, or strangers, I try to open my mind to how they see the world and how that is different from how I see things. I feel like doing this continually gives me fresh perspective and a new sense of understanding of the people around me, which I can then apply to my photography.”
“It is very hard! This world is not a dreamy place, and not to many dreamers survive, but it is something that can not be taken from me. Dreams come true only if the hard work goes right next to them.”
“We are limited only by our beliefs, trying hard to conceal the unlimited power that exists within each of us as a human being. We all bear this internal dialogue, a rivalry between our fear of failure and the desire to accomplish something greater than us.We need to observe ourselves in order to find out which power we nurture everyday, and then realize if the life we live daily is the one we were dreaming of as a child, before “taking a risk” became a pejorative term.”
Bojana Novakovic: “I’m trying to live my life by serving somehow, especially with the photographs that I do while working in Nepal. But I don’t have a message. Other people can create a message from it. I think people are looking for messages and people look for heroes and examples, but I’m not that person and there is nothing in me that says I need to bring this message. I live how I think humans should live”.