Dan Mariner Traces the History of Edwin Drake

Dan Mariner is a 33 year-old British photographer based in Bodø, Northern Norway. After studying documentary photography, he started to work as a freelancer on editorial and magazine commissions, as well as developing his own research based projects. His main interest lies in anthropology, his work explores the coexistence of humans within the natural world, as his series […]

Dorothée Nowak Investigates the Concept of Migration

Originally from Poland, her family migrated to France before WWI and WWII, but Dorothée Nowak also lived in Italy, Spain, Australia, Japan and now Canada, in Montreal where she graduated with a BFA in Photography. Dorothée works as a freelance photographer, and is developing several personals projects. Her series Tell Me Her Story Because War Is Only the […]

In the Wilderness with Doug’s Cabin by Karianne Bueno

Karianne Bueno is a 38 years old Dutch artist based in Amsterdam, where she also teaches photography at the FotoAcademie. Her work explores the relationship of photography with reality/fiction and time. Among the richness of her photographs, we decided to give you a pick of Doug’s Cabin, a series that should be available in a book form this year. Karianne first discovered photography when […]