Nina Covington has always known that it was her job to tell stories. While working as a model, she told those stories in front of the camera. A pivotal moment came when Covington realized she can only tell half of the story as a model; the other half is always told by the photographer. She began wanting more control, so she began taking self-portraits which eventually led her to photograph other people. Covington’s work is cohesive, as each detail in the execution of her photographs adds to the story she’s telling.