New Dividers of the Purple Rage by Zeno Gill

New Dividers of the Purple Rage is a new analogue street photography series from NYC photographer Zeno Gill. The series saw Zeno take his Canon AE-1 to the streets of Manhattan and the Westchester suburbs north of the city. The film stock used was Lomography’s Lomochrome Purple – the look of the film modeled on…

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,…

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: 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: Post Encounters by Tal Ben Avi

Tal Ben Avi discovered photography as a teenager, studying studio photography and B&W darkroom courses in Tel Aviv. He continued his professional education at Camera Obscura School of Art, later graduating from the Hamidrasha Faculty of Fine Arts, Beit Berl. “I choose the city entrances. The no-man’s-land areas, the city’s outskirts, the edges of the…

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: Before Your Very Eyes by John Trifonopoulos

John Trifonopoulos is a graphic designer and fine-art photographer based in Kavala, Greece. He is currently completing his MSc in Cultural Informatics and Communication, focusing on Museology. He is also a member of Photoclub of Kavala. John’s project ‘Before Your Very Eyes’, aims to bring out details of daily life, small corners and objects which…

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: 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: RGB Nights in São Paulo by Antoine Séguin

Antoine Séguin grew up in a typical french suburban landscape of the 1980s – individual housing lots on the edge of a small semi-rural village. The agricultural surroundings were the backdrop to his childhood, between the concrete grain silos and the cooling tower of the nearby nuclear power plant, standing up proudly in the countryside…