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…

The Centre of Spare-time Activities by Benjamin Le Brun

This ever-so-slightly surreal series comes from French photographer Benjamin Le Brun. With a background in Urban Planning, it is no surprise that the ever-expanding shopping mall is a source of fascination for Benjamin. They are no longer just a collection of shops, but now aim to attract and cling on to their customers with all…

Folio: Divine Light by Ruby Steele

Ruby Steele is an emerging photographer living and working in London. Her work focuses on the complexities of the portrait and of human relationships. A recent graduate from the London College of Communication, Ruby likes to work with 35mm  and 6×7 formats in both analogue and digital. We are featuring images from Ruby’s current project,…

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: 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: Huis Clos by Kathleen Meier

Kathleen Meier is a photographic artist living in France. Her work is a study of human psychology – how do we react when faced with given situations? How does our education, our experiences and our culture shape our feelings and emotions? The series Huis Clos puts the viewer in a somewhat uncomfortable position – these…

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: Hello, I Love You by Ludwig Nikulski

Hello, I Love You is a new series from German photographer Ludwig Nikulski. The series was shot in response to a love letter received from a girl in Japan. Using only the information in the letter, Ludwig set out to find the sender, documenting his journey along the way. This became the subject matter for…

Folio: Disperazione by Luisa Mazzanti

Luisa Mazzanti is a portrait photographer based in Italy with a deepening fascination with nude photography: “Even though I am only 20 years old, I find in photography the way to express myself completely. The portraits communicate the message you want to express very effectively because the viewer feels a personal connection with the portrayed…

Folio: The Beauty of Decay by Michael Schwan

Michael Schwan is a photographer working in Freiberg, Germany. Michael has been involved with photography for many years and, today, specialises in fine-art landscape photography and urban exploration. A particular passion is to visit and document abandoned places – the search for suitable locations leading him across the length and breadth of Europe. Enjoy… See…

Folio: Alice Zilberberg

Alice Zilberberg is a photographer and digital artist born in Estonia, raised in Israel and currently residing in Toronto, Canada. A graduate of Ryerson University’s photography program, she began her artistic practice by painting; a verve which remains very much present in her digital works. For over a decade, Alice developed her own distinctive technique…