‘You are Masters of the Fish and Birds and All the Animals’ by Shane Rocheleau

Shane Rocheleau was born in Falmouth, Massachusetts. He received a BA in Psychology and English from St. Michael’s College in Vermont, a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Fine Art from Maryland Institute College of Art, and an MFA in Photography and Film from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). His first monograph, You Are Masters Of The Fish And Birds And […]

‘Canyon Diary’ by Ekaterina Vasilyeva

Ekaterina Vasilyeva is a Russian photographer from St. Petersburg, working at the intersection of the genre, documentary and art photography. In most of her projects she explores the theme of a particular place (space, territory), it changes in the context of time and historical landmarks, environmental problems, interaction with human activity, personal relationships and myths of the place. How did you get to […]

‘Szevasz Lujzi’ by Adrienn Józan

Adrienn Józan is a photographer born and based in Hungury. Szevasz is a Hungarian informal, slightly old-fashioned greeting to express “hello” and “goodbye.” Lujzi is Adrienn’s childhood nickname, sometimes her mom still calls her that. In the opening words of our conversation, she mentions something that really reflects her project : “I did not want to […]

‘The Blindest Man’ by Emily Graham

Emily Graham lives in London, she works primarily with color photography and her practice often deals with elusive subject matters; a search for the unknown, a psychological state, the act of communication and interpretation. At first sight, Emily’s latest work The Blindest Man seems to be a documentary project, but gradually adds puzzling conceptual elements which […]