New Dividers of the Purple Rage by Zeno Gill

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…

Sergey Berezyuk

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…

Folio: Budding by Emel Karakozak

Emel Karakozak is a Turkish photographer who has been exploring the medium since high school. Emel is the only female Turkish photographer to be awarded the title of EFIAP/g by the Federation Internationale de L’Art Photographique (FIAP) and her work has been exhibited in shows across the globe. Budding is a recent series that depicts…

Folio: Untitled by Alexander Binder

Stuttgart-based Alexander Binder was born in Germany’s Black Forest area. A self-taught photographer without a formal art education, Alexander stares at creation through vintage lenses, prisms and optical toys; he invites the viewer on a psychedelic trip in a universe full of contrasts: dense black and white, life and death, beauty and ugliness all collide….

Folio: Sabine Woudenberg

Sabine Woudenberg is a 21-year-old Dutch contemporary photographer. Sabine’s images tend to depict stories or a specific atmosphere through (self)portraiture, surrealism and conceptual images. “At around 12 years old, I picked up my first camera, initially only as a way to capture fun times and the world around me. It took a couple of years…

Folio: Yai Deng

Yai Deng is a nineteen year old emerging photographer and filmmaker whose family fled from civil war in South Sudan and emigrated to Texas where he was born. He is currently studying filmmaking at college in Connecticut, the influences of which definitely lend a very cinematic and surreal style to his photography. “I come from…

Folio: One Side Will Have To Go by David Mondedeu

David Mondedeu was born in Houston, Texas and now lives and works in Madrid, Spain. David specialises in creating polymer photogravures, a beautiful technique that we talk about in David’s featured folio from earlier this year. David’s recent project, One Side Will Have To Go, is an artist book, consisting of fifteen polymer photogravures printed…

Folio: Behind, between, below, against, in front of me by Asta Cink

Asta Cink is an artist from Vienna, Austria. For this featured folio, I am running images from Asta’s recent series ‘Behind, between, below, against, in front of me’. “Coming from a performing arts background, I use my body as a tool, constantly questioning myself and my own self-perception. This process in turn throws the question…

Folio: Cameraless Photography by Jeremy Blair

Jeremy Blair is an emerging alternative process cameraless photographer, his medium of choice is the Silver Gelatin Photogram. Jeremy utilizes a similar method to Rayographs where he places objects and materials directly on to photosensitive papers or surfaces, exposes them to light, and develops them with a traditional chemical process. Blair constructs temporary pop-darkroom setups…

Folio: New York, You’re Bringing Me Down by Nick Tauro Jr.

New York City… it can inspire you or it can break your heart. It’s a sad place when you’re alone, it’s a dangerous place when you’re angry and it’s a horrible place if you’re poor. It can be the most exciting place in the world, or the most alienating and the loneliest. It can lift…

Folio: RGB Nights in São Paulo by Antoine Séguin

Antoine Séguin grew up in a typical french suburban landscape of the 1980s – individual housing lots on the edge of a small semi-rural village. The agricultural surroundings were the backdrop to his childhood, between the concrete grain silos and the cooling tower of the nearby nuclear power plant, standing up proudly in the countryside…

Folio: Memory is our past and future by Melissa Stewart

Melissa Stewart is an Australian photographer who created this folio as part of a surrealism exercise while studying at Photography Studies College in Melbourne. The series was created as a visual reminder of a home that once existed in Melissa’s life. “Spanish-born Surrealist and filmmaker, Luis Bunuel, wrote: “Our memory is our coherence, our reason,…