SOMEJETTE is the pseudonym of 23 year old Italian photographer Martina Cavinato. Currently studying visual arts at IUAV University in Venice, a life-long love of photography is now expanding in to video art and performance. “In this series entitled ‘Youth’, I wanted to question the struggles of growing up, the feeling of not being right […]Read more "Youth by SOMEJETTE"
New Dividers of the Purple Rage is a new analogue street photography series from NYC photographer Zeno Gill. The series saw Zeno take his Canon AE-1 to the streets of Manhattan and the Westchester suburbs north of the city. The film stock used was Lomography’s Lomochrome Purple – the look of the film modeled on […]Read more "New Dividers of the Purple Rage by Zeno Gill"
By day, Alessandro Marongiu is a literary critic and agent living on the Mediterranean coastline of Italy. He does not describe himself as a photographer, simply saying that photography is a medium which allows him to express himself in a way that he cannot with words alone. My Mind Is Dangerous is a new series […]Read more "My Mind Is Dangerous by Alessandro Marongiu"
Clare Steele is a photographer born in Australia. Her work is concerned with how place affects the emotional and physical connections to what we hold dear. Those innate feelings to adapt and survive while creating space and meaning for ourselves within our surroundings. Descendants is inspired by the connections between Spain and Ireland, through the tales […]Read more "Descendants by Clare Steele"
Elin aka Stories of Light and Shadows is a Swiss photographer specialising in natural light self-portraiture. Entirely self-taught, Elin only started shooting a few years ago, initially photographing details found in nature and, more recently, focusing on self-portraiture. Enjoy… You can see more of Elin’s photography at: Instagram All images copyright the artist (Stories of […]Read more "Stories of Light and Shadows"
Federica Bernardi is an Italian photographer whose passion for the medium began while photographing concerts in which her boyfriend was performing. Photography became a way for her to build relationships with other girls, something that she had previously found difficult and that had always felt superficial. This process evolved in to a new way of […]Read more "Freaks by Federica Bernardi"
Rodrigo Márquez is a photographer and filmmaker from Valencia in Spain. With a background in computer engineering, Rodrigo’s interest in photography started as just a hobby, something that he had taught himself. Over the years, this has become much more serious and, in 2017, Rodrigo opened his own studio, Bebokeh, which pulls together all of […]Read more "VIDAS by Rodrigo Márquez"
Our newest interview is with UK-based photographer Clare Marie Bailey who specialises in analogue self-portraiture. Working predominantly with instant and 35mm films, Clare creates cinematic tableaux in which she is both photographer and star of the show. Enjoy… Tell us a bit about yourself and who or what got you first interested in photography. I […]Read more "Clare Marie Bailey"
Sergey Berezyuk is a 26 year old analogue photographer and artist from Minsk, Belarus. His film work uses multiple exposure techniques to create dreamlike portraits and landscapes. “It’s something about dreams and music, about youth and the beauty around, about sincerity and space, about loneliness and self-flagellation, about love and passion, about insecurity and invisible […]Read more "Sergey Berezyuk"
This ever-so-slightly surreal series comes from French photographer Benjamin Le Brun. With a background in Urban Planning, it is no surprise that the ever-expanding shopping mall is a source of fascination for Benjamin. They are no longer just a collection of shops, but now aim to attract and cling on to their customers with all […]Read more "The Centre of Spare-time Activities by Benjamin Le Brun"
Interview by Tom Sebastiano Jeff Rothstein is a native Brooklynite who has been living in Manhattan for many years. He has been shooting on the streets of New York City since the beginning of the 1970s. Jeff considers himself an urban observer trying to capture the city’s environment – structures, signs and, most of all, […]Read more "Interview with: Jeff Rothstein – Part II"
Interview by Tom Sebastiano Jeff Rothstein is a native Brooklynite who has been living in Manhattan for many years. He has been shooting on the streets of New York City since the beginning of the 1970s. Jeff considers himself an urban observer trying to capture the city’s environment – structures, signs and, most of all, […]Read more "Interview with: Jeff Rothstein – Part I"