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: 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: 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: 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: 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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