Interview with: Andrew Babarczy

Andrew Babarczy is a Melbourne photographer with a client and publication list that sits somewhere between a luxury shopping list and the entire contents of a magazine store – all testament to his dedication to his art. We chat to Andrew about his work, his inspirations and his love of Polaroid. Enjoy… How did you…

Interview with: Manon Villemonteil

Manon Villemonteil is a French photographer who has a quirky and really refreshing outlook on fashion photography. Enjoy… How long have you been shooting and what was it that first got you interested in fashion photography? I first started photography in high school; I was studying applied arts and I quickly realised that I wasn’t…

Interview with: Sarah Oden

We are excited to share our latest interview with Arkansas photographer Sarah Oden. We recently featured one of Sarah’s editorials, Old School, and it left us wanting to know more about Sarah and her work. Enjoy the interview with Sarah below and an amazing portrait series, Chemistry, starring the stunning couple Hart Denton and Sunny…

Interview with: Sandra Singh

Sandra Singh is a conceptual portrait photographer living and working in Munich. We chat to Sandra about how she first got started in photography and how she loves using medium format to slow down her work and make it a more considered process.  Why do you photograph? What first got you interested in photography? Photography,…

Interview with: Dave Leane and Amy Heather

Adelaide-based photographer Dave Leane and model Amy Heather have been collaborating prolifically for the past four years – creating some amazing work together. We talk to Dave and Amy about their creative process and feature a selection of images from their substantial back catalogue. Enjoy… You have worked together a lot over the past couple…

Interview with: Chuck Espinoza

Chuck Espinoza is a freelance portrait and lifestyle photographer living and working in Los Angeles. We chat with Chuck about ditching a job in investment banking for a more rewarding career in photography and get some great advice for anyone considering shooting underwater. Enjoy… Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you first…

Interview with: Helena Christensen

Helena Christensen needs little introduction being the face of so many of our most iconic fashion images. Still very much in demand as a model, Helena is also an accomplished photographer regularly shooting fashion editorials for publications including Vs, Harpers, Rika and Vogue. We talk to Helena about how working with the leading fashion photographers…

Interview with: Perri Cassie

If you have checked out Melbourne-based photographer Perri Cassie’s Instagram feed, you will know that he typically adds a song lyric as a caption to the images he posts (we talk more about that below). Following in that spirit, I thought I would do the same and add a song lyric as a way of…

Interview with: Little Lamb

Little Lamb is the creative brainchild of model Ryan Lagasse and photographer Giovanni Jance. Their works are shared via social media in short series aimed at showing that, in a digital content-driven era, a woman can own her image. Tell us a little bit about the Little Lamb creative collaboration and how the idea first…

Interview with: Andy Hardy

Andy Hardy is an Australian photographer and filmmaker specialising in wedding and adventure photography. We are featuring an amazing selection of images from Andy’s portfolio showcasing how he builds his love of photographing people in to both of these quite distinct genres. Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you first got started…

Interview with: Bobby León

Bobby León is a photographer and videographer based in Montreal, Canada whose fashion photography has an added depth to it that tells you as much about the personality of the model as it does about the garments themselves. Enjoy… Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you first got started in photography. I’m…

Interview with: Rich Woodson

Elliot Erwitt said “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them”. This clearly resonates with NYC photographer Rich Woodson whose work puts a different…