Folio: Inland Morocco by Nuno Serrão

Nuno Serrão is a Portuguese photographer, cinematographer and creative director. For Nuno’s Photo/Foto debut, we are featuring images from one of his recent series, Inland Morocco. “In Morocco, the dichotomy between civilizations is not as visible on the surface as in other mixed-race countries, but it’s there. It’s interior and it’s people, are an ode…

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Folio: Passages by Naohiro Maeda

Naohiro Maeda was born and raised in Japan, moving to the US in 2016 and is currently living in Salem, MA. After completing his Bachelor of Arts at Keio University, Japan, Naohiro studied fine-art photography at the New England School of Photography in Boston. The series Passages is an exploration of the mourning process. The…

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Folio: Homesick Bahia by Caio Leme Gonçalves

Caio Leme Gonçalves is a landscape and fine art photographer based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Caio had his first introduction to photography while studying as a Biologist; after graduating he chose to undertake further study in commercial photography. Lately his work has seen him moving away from natural landscapes to human-made or human-influenced landscapes, documenting…

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Folio: Adrian Wojtas

Adrian Wojtas is a Polish photographer and filmmaker living and working in Dublin, Ireland. After graduating with first class honours from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dún Laoghaire, Adrian began working as a commercial photographer specialising in portrait, food, and advertising photography. Adrian’s personal work focuses on themes such as ideology, human…

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Folio: Francesco Romero

Francesco Romero is a former musician based in Italy whose current artistic output is photography. His work focuses on themes of absence, decay and isolationism from a graphical and geometric point of view. Given his background, it is understandable that music inspires the majority of his photography, citing influences such as northern electronica, drone music…

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Folio: Decoy by Peter Spurgeon

Peter Spurgeon is a documentary photographer based in Bristol, UK. His work has been exhibited internationally and he was recently nominated for the PhotogrVphy Grant and shortlisted for the ESPY Photography Award. Decoy is a series documenting a secret British Air Ministry project that took place during the Second World War. Sound City film studios…

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Folio: Walking Home by Lucy Jarvis

British photographer Lucy Jarvis is recent graduate of photography from The University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. Her photographic practice explores psychogeography and the landscape through the predominant use of large format photography that continues to contextually influence her work through its inherently slow process. “In order to reconnect with the unknown places surrounding a 90 mile driving route,…

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Folio: Collin Pollard

Collin Pollard is an artist and photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Taking inspiration from painters such as David Hockney and Piet Mondrian, his work is heavily focused on emphasising and reorganising the colours, compositions, lines, shapes and textures of our everyday surroundings. Some are found landscapes and some are constructed from multiple…

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Folio: Infrared New Zealand by Kasia Sykus

Late last year, we featured the first documentary folio from Australian photographer Kasia Sykus. Kasia is back with her second documentary piece, ‘Infrared New Zealand’. Armed with her trusty Pentax K1000 and rolls of discontinued colour infrared film, Kasia spent two weeks traveling New Zealand, capturing a very different perspective of the beautiful and rugged…

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Folio: Beside the Water by Eduardo Mazzeo

Eduardo Mazzeo is an architect and photographer from Montevideo, Uruguay. He enjoys the interaction between his two passions, architecture and photography; the photographic records used in construction often helping him resolve design and architecture-related issues and, in turn, the construction site providing him with an endless source of photo essays. For this featured folio, Eduardo…

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