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: Seckin Sinan Isik

Montreal-based photographer Seckin Sinan Isik has always been on the move – initially, due to his mother’s work and then, later, studying abroad. It has only been in the last four years that he has become progressively more involved with photography. “I began to experiment more – and then I rediscovered film. It wasn’t long…

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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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Interview with: Karoliina Kase

Estonian photographer Karoliina Kase uses photography to explore the interplay of people, environment, and light. She combines personal experience and fiction to communicate a psychological narrative and investigate the personalities and moods of her subjects. Karoliina shot the series Bruno while completing her BA in Visual Arts at Brown University (Bruno is the name of…

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Folio: Augusto De Luca

Italian photographer and artist Augusto De Luca originally graduated in law becoming a professional photographer in the mid-1970s, walking the line between traditional and experimental photography. “I feel like a sailor, or better, like an explorer of the immense universe of art. The artist is an explorer in search of the keys that open the…

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Folio: Auguste Chocianaite

UK photographer Auguste Chocianaite has a background in journalism but is currently exploring her love of photography working at a commercial studio in Bristol and building her photography portfolio in preparation for a move to London later this year. The series that we are featuring here is one of Auguste’s recent portrait shoots with model…

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Folio: Sabrina Dalbesio

Sabrina Dalbesio is an emerging photographer living and working in Santa Cruz, California.  Preferring an analogue process over digital, Sabrina develops and prints all her own work in her darkroom. “I have a manual 35mm Nikon F3 camera. I used to dabble, and now I find I can’t put the camera down. I have started…

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Interview with: Domenika Spexard

Domenika Spexard is a portrait photographer based in Berlin. We chat to Domenika about her work, her influences and what it is that makes a good portrait. Enjoy… Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you first got started in photography. The first thing that comes to mind about myself is that I’m…

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Interview with: Max Miechowski

Max Miechowski is a street portrait photographer based in London. Approaching a total stranger in the street and asking to take their photograph is a scary proposition for both parties. To gain their confidence and create a striking and soulful image is a skill that we chat about in this interview with Max. Enjoy… Tell…

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Folio: Mersey Paradise by Saesha Blue Ward

Saesha Blue Ward is a photography graduate from Manchester, England specialising in documentary portraiture. Mersey Paradise is the title of Saesha’s graduating folio: “Through exploring a subjective sense of identity and image, Mersey Paradise questions whether portraiture can reflect the intimacy of a friendship between photographer and subject. Shooting my peers at home in Manchester, I…

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Exhibition: Irving Penn Centennial at C/O Berlin

C/O Berlin is presenting the exhibition Irving Penn . Centennial from March 24 to July 01, 2018. Irving Penn (1917–2009) studied at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art, where Alexei Brodovitch, Art Director at Harper’s Bazaar, taught up to 1934. In 1943 Penn photographed his first cover photo for Vogue followed by many more.…

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