Descendants by Clare Steele

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…

VIDAS by Rodrigo Márquez

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…

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,…

Interview with: Jeff Rothstein – Part I

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,…

Folio: Pickett Creek by Anthony Wyborny

Anthony Wyborny is an art director and photographer working in Portland, Oregon. His imagery aims to capture and share the human condition; even abstracted or landscape images contain clues of the human impact that has shaped them into their current form. While maintaining a documentary viewpoint, Anthony uses evocative moments of light, intimate still lives…

Folio: Silent Moscow by Hermes Pichon

Despite having been introduced to photography as a teenager, it wasn’t until the age of 21 while studying political science and economy, that Hermes Pichon realised that his passion for photography could be much more than just a hobby. “I am, among many things, a documentary and street photographer. My practice of photography basically involves…

Folio: Kala Barba-Court

Kala Barba-Court was born in the Philippines and now lives and works in Moscow, Russia. A freelance interior photographer by profession, Kala enjoys the process of slowing things down for her personal projects, preferring to shoot in analogue format. Kala is editor of PlainMagazine.com and Shopikon.com and regularly contributes to Fubiz.net. “I move countries a…

Folio: A New America by Robert LeBlanc

A New America is the title of the upcoming book from US documentary photographer Robert LeBlanc. The book is the culmination of a four year, 35 state roadtrip around the US – seeing Robert frequently venturing in to those parts of a city less traveled with the goal to capture the grittiness and authenticity of…

Folio: Izzy Trott

Izzy Trott is a photographer and writer based in Manchester in the UK. Izzy grew up in the rural south west of England before moving to the industrial city of Manchester in the north west. Shifting between these two extremes and observing their opposing paces of life has greatly informed her photography. I am featuring…

Folio: Oscar Langburne by Fabien Voileau

French photographer Fabien Voileau splits his time between Paris and Auckland, New Zealand. A passion for portraits and the great outdoors, Fabien combines the two for this amazing portrait series featuring 15 year old surfing prodigy Oscar Langburne. Shot entirely on film, this is the perfect antidote to the Winter blues. Enjoy… See more of…

Folio: Sueña by Wara Vargas Lara

Wara Vargas Lara is a Bolivian photographer based in La Paz. She studied Communications Sciences and majored in Press Photography at the José Martí International Journalism Institute in Cuba. For the last 15 years, Wara has worked as a photojournalist for various media outlets in Bolivia. She has exhibited in her homeland and taken place…

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…