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: 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: Something About The Southeast by Oliver Poulter

Oliver Poulter is a 24 year old photographer now living in London but who spent most of his childhood living on a rural farm in the South of England. “I’ve always loved the work of Saul Leiter, Joel Meyerowitz and Stephen Shore and photography has been a big part of my life in the sense…

Folio: Olivia Chaber

Olivia Chaber is a 22 year old photographer and multimedia artist originally from Nice, now living in Mexico City. She recently graduated from Emily Carr University, Vancouver with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. There, Olivia majored in photography and also worked on video, sculpture and installation projects. “I would define my practice as situated on…

Folio: India by Yasser Alaa Mobarak

Yasser Alaa Mobarak is a 24-year-old, Egyptian award-winning photographer based in Delhi, India. His work has been featured in numerous international publications and has gained him multiple disctinctions and awards from prestigious international photographic organisations including National Geographic Traveler India, National Geographic Egypt, International Federation of Photographic Art, Photographic Society of America and Prix De…

Folio: New York, You’re Bringing Me Down by Nick Tauro Jr.

New York City… it can inspire you or it can break your heart. It’s a sad place when you’re alone, it’s a dangerous place when you’re angry and it’s a horrible place if you’re poor. It can be the most exciting place in the world, or the most alienating and the loneliest. It can lift…

Folio: Ian Robert Wallace

Ian Robert Wallace is a New York City-based editor and cinematographer who has been shooting B&W film for the past two years. He was drawn to the medium after becoming enamored with the work of the masters of New York street photography including Saul Leiter, Helen Levitt and William Klein. His high contrast images of…

Folio: Tokyo by Max Rempe

Born in the small Bavarian lakeside town of Tegernsee, Max Rempe moved to Munich to study photography and began building his photography career working across the globe as a photo assistant. In 2017, Max established himself in Munich and is now working as an advertising and documentary photographer. The fascinating interaction between Japanese minimalist architecture…

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…