Folio: Homegrown by Josh Tanasichuk

Josh Tanasichuk is a photographer living in British Columbia, Canada. After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Environmental Studies, Josh secured an internship as a production assistant. He has since focused on building a portfolio of documentary media exploring topics where culture and community intersect with social and environmental issues. “Much of…

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Folio: Kings & Thieves

Based in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, Australia, husband and wife team Benjamin and Carisse Urquhart are Kings & Thieves, specialists in elopement, wedding and paired-up humans photography. It has been a while since our last feature from Ben and Carisse and so we thought it time for a bit of a visual update.…

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Folio: Michael Stockton

Michael Stockton was born in Middlesbrough in the North-East of England, graduating from the University of Brighton with a degree in photography. Relocating to Germany, Michael became a member of Stattlab, a non-profit analogue photography collective located in the Wedding area of Berlin. In 2015, Michael held his first solo photography exhibition in Berlin-Mitte. For…

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Folio: Requiem Pour Pianos by Romain Thiery

Romain Thiery is a French professional photographer and pianist specialising in capturing portraits of forgotten pianos in abandoned buildings across Europe. Through his work, Romain is fortunate to be able to blend the two artistic worlds closest to his heart: photography and pianos. The locations that he looks for have to fulfill certain criteria that his…

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Folio: Jennifer Adler

Jennifer Adler came to photography relatively late, buying her first camera at the age of 20. Since moving to Berlin in 2014, Jennifer has been working freelance mainly for private clients in the field of family photography. For the last couple of years, topics such as gender roles, feminism, women’s empowerment, diversity and tolerance are…

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Folio: Omission by Ethan Lo

Ethan Lo was born in Hong Kong and is a recent graduate from the Savannah College of Art and Design majoring in photography. Many of Ethan’s projects are long term and revolve around land use and human-altered landscapes; his hope is that the photographs can raise questions and bring environmental awareness to the world. In…

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Folio: Intimate by Daniela Benzin

Photographer Daniela Benzin returns for her third feature in the magazine with a very intimate portrait series: “The following pictures aim to convey the intimacy, emotions and love that exist between two people. To me, it was essential that the two people were an actual couple, the interpersonal connection was indeed visible and the pictures…

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Folio: Seckin Sinan Isik

Montreal-based photographer Seckin Sinan Isik has always been on the move – initially, due to his mother’s work and then, later, studying abroad. It has only been in the last four years that he has become progressively more involved with photography. “I began to experiment more – and then I rediscovered film. It wasn’t long…

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Folio: Line 1 by Christina Hudson

Self-taught photographer Christina Hudson is a Pittsburgher by birth but has spent most of her life in Athens, the capital city of Greece. Christina earned her BA in English Language and Literature and has worked as a teacher and an editor. Line 1 is a series documenting the Greek electric railway line number 1 that…

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Folio: Jens Windolf

Jens Windolf trained as an architect before working as a graphic designer and has always had an interest in interiors and what they say about their inhabitants. Jens’ photography captures that something that remains long after the former occupants have gone – the ghosts. The nondescript furnishings add an ambiguity to the scene, sometimes quite…

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Folio: Agnieszka Pałuk

Agnieszka Pałuk is a photographer and student of design originally from Poland but now living and working in Rotterdam. Her love of photography started ten years ago when she found her parent’s Smena 8 camera and realised that the world as viewed through the lens looks completely different – magical. “I love minimalism, nature, art,…

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Folio: Simon King

Simon King is a London-based fine-arts photojournalist and street photographer. His work captures the everyday surreal through an emphasis on limited shape and colour, and interesting characters. He is inspired by the cinematic frame and the storytelling techniques of the great photographers such as Steve McCurry or Walter Rothwell. He takes a slow approach to…

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Folio: On the Waterfront by Wong Wei-him

Wong Wei-him is a street photographer and architect based in Hong Kong. Shooting on his Leica M6 using Kodak Portra 160 or 400, Ivan documents the scenes and candid moments that he encounters on his regular walks around the iconic harbourfront. Away from the bustling centres of Hong Kong and Kowloon, the waterfront provides a…

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Folio: Jerusalem Day by Gabriela Gleizer

Gabriela Gleizer is a documentary photographer in her fourth and final year of a photography degree at Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design in Jerusalem. Gabriela’s work is a documentation of the social matters that she encounters on a daily basis living in Jerusalem. For this, Gabriela’s second feature in the magazine, we are showcasing…

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Folio: The Climbers by Diego Rosman

Diego Rosman is a documentary photographer based in Givatayim, Israel. His strong documentary style and approach comes from his passion for adventure-seeking and climbing, mainly focusing on capturing real personalities, real emotions and real events in artistic and memorable ways. “Rock climbing – most people would associate it with danger, fear, adrenaline and outright foolishness.…

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Folio: Passing by Chesel Alexander

Chesel Alexander is a photographer based in Montreal, shooting mostly on a Canonet QL17 GIII loaded with B&W film over the winter and colour in the summer. ‘Passing’ is a series of images taken over this past winter in and around Montreal. “There wasn’t often a pre-meditated purpose in making this collection but, as I…

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Folio: Of Age In The End Times by Paul Kinsman

Paul Kinsman is a writer and photographer working in Columbus, Ohio. Titled ‘Of Age In The End Times’, this photoessay details scenes from the Midwestern and Eastern United States – the mythical and the mundane; Friday nights and Monday mornings; oceans, lakes, guns, cities and fields. Enjoy… See more of Paul’s work at: Instagram All…

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Folio: Debla by Curro Rodriguez

Curro Rodriguez is a visual artist originally from Spain currently living and working in Iceland. His work captures the interactions and interventions between nature and the body – Man vs. Nature – how humans have changed the natural landscape and how the wild recovers those lost spaces. “In my work, I use performance, installation and…

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Folio: Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah

Akosua Viktoria Adu-Sanyah was born in Bonn, Germany and now lives and works in Switzerland. Being of German-Ghanaian descent, she has always been concerned with the question of belonging and identity. Originally influenced by painting, Akosua developed an independent practice between performance and photography, using film as her canvas. Her work focuses on self-portraiture and…

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Folio: Mads Emil Smed Kjær

Mads Emil Smed Kjær is a photographer based in Aarhus, Denmark. His artistic work centres around portraying emotion without the need to tell a story. By rarely shooting headshots and often avoiding having the subject fully in frame, his goal is that the viewer will first sense the emotion in the scene rather than creating…

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Folio: Olivier Longre

Olivier Longre’s profession is music but his oldest passion is photography. He has always practiced these two disciplines in the same way and his approach to both is exactly the same: colour, texture, silence and brightness being his main inspirations. He has always enjoyed the close association between music and an image, be it a…

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Folio: Egle Ellerman

Anastasia (Egle) Ellerman is a photographer originally from Russia, now based in Denmark. She studied graphic design at Moscow University and photography in Denmark. Her portrait work reflects self-identification, her pictures tending towards minimalism, eroticism, pure colour and the game of shadows. Enjoy… See more of Egle’s work at: Instagram All images copyright Egle Ellerman.

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Folio: Makis Makris

Photographer Makis Makris was born and now lives in the city of Kavala, Greece. Makis’ first contact with photography was through a seminar on artistic photography organized by the Photoclub of Kavala, one of the longest-standing cultural associations in the country. Makis is a member of the B.U.L.B. Photo Collective (Bucharest Urban League of photographers…

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Interview with: Matt Peers

By Tom Sebastiano Birmingham-based photographer Matt Peers’ series, ‘Portraits of Employees, Deceased, Left, Retired’ portrays the shared spaces of a working factory in North Birmingham. In it, he explores what it means ‘to go to work’ in a post-industrial North Birmingham and the fast disappearing traditional workplaces that are being replaced by an ever-expanding service…

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Folio: Hong Kong Colors by Douce d’Ivry

Douce d’Ivry is a French photographer based in Hong Kong. She specialises in street and fashion photography. Douce’s style is inspired by artists such as Fred Herzog, Joel Meyerowitz and William Eggleston but also by the poetic and coloured world of one of her favourite directors Wong Far Wai. Her photography is characterized by its…

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Folio: Martin Cannon

This featured folio comes fom Martin Cannon, a filmmaker based in Wales who, in the last year, was taken by the process of still photography. His current approach is somewhat documentary in its style, keeping a distance from his subject and giving the viewer a glimpse into the environment in which the person is in.…

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Folio: Masked by Alexander Kafka

Masked is a new series from Washington D.C.-based photographer Alexander Kafka and features model Theresa Manchester. Alexander is art director for SmokeLong Quarterly and studied fine-art figure photography with Missy Loewe at the Washington School of Photography and portrait photography with Sora DeVore at Glen Echo Photoworks. Enjoy… See more of Alexander’s work at: LensCulture…

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Editorial: Fallin’ in Love by Jessica Robles

Fallin’ in Love is our third editorial from Los Angeles based photographer Jessica Robles and features the beautiful Kellee Moran at Wilhelmina Models. This story was shot entirely on 35mm and instant film at the Ragdoll Pink Palace in LA. Enjoy… Credits Photographer: Jessica Robles | jessicaarobles.com / Instagram Model: Kellee Moran at Wilhelmina Models |…

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Folio: Running from the Sun by Parker Reinecker

Parker Reinecker is a documentary and street photographer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. He is currently working in North Georgia, North-eastern Pennsylvania, and the American Southwest. Growing up in coal country, Scranton Pennsylvania, with a bar and a church on every corner, his work touches on the experience and struggle of growing up in the…

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Folio: Vintage Lifestyle by Carissa Dorson

Carissa Dorson is a photographer and cinematographer living in Los Angeles, California. She earned her degree in cinematography from Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts. In addition to her work in film and television, Dorson works as a fine art photographer, specializing in portraiture. Carissa enjoys using the camera to tell real, character-driven and…

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Folio: Flow By Nature by Lean Lui

Lean Lui is a 19 year old self-taught photographer from Hong Kong. She sees photography as a way to build her own Utopia. Her works are sensitive, metaphoric, emotional and dreamy. Flow By Nature is Lean’s first solo exhibition. She acknowledges this exhibition as the starting point of her journey of self-discovery; as she said:…

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Editorial: Fall in to Summer 2018 by Brittany Borders

Fall in to Summer 2018 is our second feature from Florida-based photographer Brittany Borders. We really don’t get enough editorials or folios coming through featuring guys (hint) and so when Brittany sent through this beautiful sunny editorial featuring David and Madeleine, I jumped at the chance. Enjoy… Credits Photographer: Brittany Borders | Facebook / Instagram Models:…

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Folio: Yves Bariuan

Yves Bariuan is a photographer based in San Francisco. He has been shooting film for the past four years focusing on street photography and scenes that are both typical of the Bay Area and that also capture a little something of the unusual. “Being a photographer in San Francisco is such a bliss, each neighborhood…

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Folio: Speak Back by Zeno Gill

Speak Back is our new featured folio from New York City photographer Zeno Gill featuring model and actress Sabrina Dandridge. Enjoy… Credits Photographer: Zeno Gill | zenogillphotography.com / Instagram Model: Sabrina Dandridge | sabrinadandridge.com / Instagram All images copyright Zeno Gill.

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Folio: Military Logic by Sophie Barbasch

Sophie Barbasch is a photographer based in New York. She earned her MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design and her BA in Art and Art History from Brown University. Sophie has been the recipient of a number of grants and residencies including a Fulbright Fellowship to Brazil. “I went to photograph…

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Folio: Death in Venice by Sara Musashi

Sara Musashi is an emerging fine-art photographer originally from Milan now based in Los Angeles. “My approach to photography is very instinctive; I am not backed by a strong technical or theoretical education. Since I was little, I’ve always felt safe behind a camera; I could observe people without interaction and engagement, I could catch…

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Folio: Homesick Bahia by Caio Leme Gonçalves

Caio Leme Gonçalves is a landscape and fine art photographer based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Caio had his first introduction to photography while studying as a Biologist; after graduating he chose to undertake further study in commercial photography. Lately his work has seen him moving away from natural landscapes to human-made or human-influenced landscapes, documenting…

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Interview with: Karoliina Kase

Estonian photographer Karoliina Kase uses photography to explore the interplay of people, environment, and light. She combines personal experience and fiction to communicate a psychological narrative and investigate the personalities and moods of her subjects. Karoliina shot the series Bruno while completing her BA in Visual Arts at Brown University (Bruno is the name of…

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Interview with: Walter Bakowski

Walter Bakowski is a Melbourne-based artist specialising in photography, video and written word. We chat about Walter’s background, creativity and motivations and about the new book Manières D’être, images from which accompany this interview. Enjoy… Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you first got started in photography. I was born and raised…

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Folio: White and Wood by Anna Breit

Anna Breit is an emerging photographer from Vienna whose work focuses on personal portraits and relationships and is shot primarily on 35mm film. Anna shot this portrait series White and Wood while in Venice with good friend Elena. Enjoy… See more of Anna’s work at: annabreit.com | Instagram All images copyright Anna Breit.

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Folio: Polaroids by Joachim Zimmermann

Joachim Zimmermann is a German photographer who spent a number of years in Berlin building a truly impressive portfolio photographing musicians before moving south to the Black Forest for a change of pace as well as a change of photographic style and focus. For this featured folio we are showcasing a vibrant new series of…

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Folio: Bad Egg by Sakis Dazanis

Sakis Dazanis is a high school teacher and contemporary photographer living and working in Kozani, a small town in Northern Greece. The series Bad Egg is drawn from childhood memories driving through the Greek countryside, being told to quickly close the car windows as they approached the fertilizer factory on the outskirts of Ptolemaida, the…

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Folio: Adrian Wojtas

Adrian Wojtas is a Polish photographer and filmmaker living and working in Dublin, Ireland. After graduating with first class honours from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dún Laoghaire, Adrian began working as a commercial photographer specialising in portrait, food, and advertising photography. Adrian’s personal work focuses on themes such as ideology, human…

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