Nataša Segulin was born in 1948 in Koper, Slovenia and graduated in 1973 from the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. She worked as a member of the editorial staff, as a journalist and an editor, and for the last twelve years of her career as the editor-in-chief at the TV Koper-Capodistria, TV Slovenija. She became interested in photography while studying art history and, subsequently, working as an arts and culture journalist. Following current events with a camera, editing, contributing news items and news stories, shows and, obviously, attending various exhibitions provided Nataša with ample creative inspiration and it was crucial in shaping her artistic vision, which she was able to fully pursue only after her retirement in 2011. Her travels with her partner, archaeologist and photographer Slavko Ciglenečki, consisted of archaeological expeditions to remote and hidden Roman sites on three continents which have also been a great inspiration. A major influence on her approach to photography has also been the meeting with the internationally acclaimed artist and photographer Diana Lui in 2013 during the workshop at the Fotografija Gallery. Since then she has been regularly exhibiting at numerous solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad. Nataša Segulin is a member of the Slovenian Association of Fine Arts Societies.
Text courtesy Galerija Fotografija.