Folio: Ashley by Marshall Harvey

Finding yourself stuck in a job that is less than fulfilling is a common tale but having the courage to actually do something about it is altogether more rare – but this is exactly what Oregon-based photographer Marshall Harvey has done. Since quitting his day job last year, Marshall has dedicated his time to building…

Folio: Argyle Street Square by Al Simmons

Argyle Street Square is an ongoing project from London photographer and videographer Al Simmons. The project is a portrait of life on the Argyle Street basketball courts in London’s Kings Cross. Enjoy… See more of Al’s work at: Website / Instagram All images copyright Al Simmons.

Folio: An Autumn Tale by Judy Hudson

Judy Hudson is a Melbourne photographer who, after many years teaching art, has now turned a passion for photography in to a successful career. This series, An Autumn Tale, is from an ongoing folio of work celebrating the seasons and is borne from Judy’s love of nature, antique costumes and historical paintings. Enjoy… Credits: Photography:…

Folio: Olivia Adams

Olivia Adams is an emerging photographer from Indiana with a style that is strikingly cinematic as you will see in the folio below. Olivia describes her art as “framing little pictures that unsettle me. A little bit of a shiver is what intrigues and excites me.” Yeah, I think she has got that vibe nailed!…

Folio: Yannis Davy Guibinga

Yannis Davy Guibinga is a 21 year old portrait photographer originally from Libreville, Gabon and currently based in Toronto, Canada. Yannis’ portraiture presents a genuine perspective of African culture and identity with particular focus on gender, socio-economic status and sexual orientation. Through his work, Yannis hopes to help shift the way in which people think…

Folio: Daniela Benzin

For our second feature from German photographer Daniela Benzin, we are heading in to the woods with model Chuchu Esah. Be sure to check out the video at the end of this featured folio to get a great behind-the-scenes look at Daniela in action! Enjoy… Credits Photographer: Daniela Benzin | Website / Instagram Model: Chuchu…

Folio: Christian Dirks

Christian Dirks is a portrait photographer based in Berlin who recently discovered a passion for photographing dancers. We are really happy to be showcasing a recent folio of Criz’s work featuring dancer and model Victoire Douwes. Enjoy… Credits Photographer: Christian Dirks | Facebook / Instagram Model: Victoire Douwes | Instagram All images copyright Christian Dirks.

Folio: Мой Родной Город by Ramiro Gómez

Мой Родной Город, Russian for ‘My Hometown’, is the title of this series from Argentine photographer Ramiro Gómez. These minimalist urban landscapes were all shot in Ramiro’s province of Córdoba and, by showing only part of the building, Ramiro seeks to give a unique point of view, a new way of seeing everything around us….

Folio: De Braços Verdes e Olhos Cheios de Asas by Elsa Leydier

Elsa Leydier is a French photographer currently living in Rio de Janeiro. De Braços Verdes e Olhos Cheios de Asas is a folio of work that takes the stereotypical image of the Amazon as seen in brochures and press-releases and challenges the audience to see it as just that – a constructed fantasy. By breaking…

Folio: Kevin Michael Klipfel

Based in Los Angeles, photographer Kevin Michael Klipfel has an endless supply of subjects for his street photography. Some people look at LA and only see a concrete jungle but I genuinely think they are short-sighted. In this series of images, shot mostly on the streets of Hollywood, Kevin looks through the rangefinder of his…

Folio: 70-75 by Tom Sebastiano

’70-75′ is our latest folio from London-based photographer Tom Sebastiano. Tom specialises in portraiture and landscape photography but has a life-long passion for cars – particularly those built between 1970 and 1975 – an era of automotive design that resonates with Tom, him being a child of the ’70s himself. Tom describes his approach to…

Folio: It’s 11:00am And I’m Still In My Dressing Gown by Jarred Mullenger

Jarred Mullenger is a Melbourne photographer whose art gives us an insight into his personal life, exploring the ideas of family and the domestic. Mullenger photographs the relations with his family and the surrounding space with an emotive aesthetic. ‘Its 11:00am and I’m still in my dressing gown’ focuses on the dynamics in Jarred’s family…