Exploring man-nature relationship with Mitch Epstein

Mitchell “Mitch” Epstein (born 1952 in Holyoke, Massachusetts) is an American contemporary documentary photographer, and among others, the first to make significant use of color. He has a particular interest in the link between man and land, as well as the human condition. After a first period influenced by street photography, Mitch Epstein started to work with […]

Ding Ren

Ding Ren is a Chinese-American photographer and writer currently based in Amsterdam… She is also the co-founder of google sheep view, an avid knitter, and member of the White Light Collective (alongside Isa Gelb & Oliver Liria). She photographs only with analog because it “preserves the tangibility of the medium” while in digital photography, the elimination of the photographic process […]

Nick Prideaux

Nick Prideaux is an Australian photographer recently living in Bangkok after being based in Tokyo for 5 years. He started doing photography in high school after picking up his father’s old Nikomat camera. He shot on and off over the course of high school and university (where he majored in film) but really committed to it full time […]

Mon Levchenkova

Mon Levchenkova is a photographer from London based in a quaint little place called Hampstead. She is in her third and final year of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at University of the Arts London. She can’t pinpoint when and how her interest in photography grew but one thing is sure, no other medium has clicked with her as […]

Andy Feltham

Andy Feltham is a UK photographer originally from the beautiful county of Devon living in Northampton, and works as a nurse in the NHS. He had a hook with photography after his wife offered him a panasonic point and shoot six years ago. Andy describes his work as surrealistic urban landscape. His modus operandi is […]

Mankichi Shinshi

Born and raised in Japan, Mankichi Shinshi doesn’t miss an occasion to travel out of the island to take photographs. He started in 2013 capturing the atmosphere of quiet mid-night streets. He gradually started to work in a more conscious approach, interpreting the world by affirming something in the frame and by leaving other elements out. “For […]