Teanna Jagdatt // Contributor
Muted, pastel colours and delicate figures define Emma Sato’s work. A student in the IDEA program, Sato wanted to challenge herself as an artist upon entering the program by experimenting with different mediums outside of illustration. About a year ago, she picked up a camera and found a love for photography—specifically, with portrait work. “[Photography] kind of felt like the missing piece in my experience in art and design,” Sato said. Her photographs concentrate on women and the detail in their movement, playing with a sort of tension that arises from the purity she depicts.