Through the light of Montana with Patrick Warner

It was an honor for us to have this exchange with Patrick Warner, a 28 year old photographer, GIS Analyst and an Emergency Medical Technician. He’s originally from Missoula, Montana but he’s now based in a town called Florence just south of Missoula. His interests in photography vary from the surreal (like David Lynch and Gregory Crewdson),  to the […]

Jordane Prestrot

Jordane Prestrot is a French photographer born and raised in Paris, but currently based near the town of Guebwiller in the region of Alsace. He was initiated into photography as a child when he found some old cameras from his family and started taking pictures here and there. What he loves about it though, is […]


With its irresistible richness, its color and warmth, Pedro Almodóvar’s Volver (2006) is set to capture your eyes. “Volver” is Spanish for “to return,” or to “come back”. It is said that it represents the director’s return to his childhood, magnifying the women in his life and the “small village” beliefs that shaped his imagination. […]

Oliver Liria

Oliver Liria is a Spanish photographer based in the UK whose pictures intend to document the life around him. His interest for photography started when he moved to the UK six years ago, and coming from the Canary Islands, he was astonished by the different things surrounding his new day-to-day life. It was then when […]

Patryk Karbowski

Born in 1989, Patryk Karbowski is a Polish photographer whose work focuses on documenting social and economic changes in his country. He is also a teacher in a photography school in Warsow. This selection features work from his series Halfway & The New Poles. Patryk has released a beautiful handmade book from the serie Halfway that you can […]

Emilia Cocking

Emilia Cocking is a young photographer from Kent, South East England, we’ve come across her work via submissions. What drew her to pick photography as a medium of expression was its accessibility: “A photograph has this ability to simplify what’s around us and make you see something purely as form and light. I really want […]

Kevin Michael Klipfel

Kevin Michael Klipfel is an American photographer whose spontaneous and straightforward photos, feel like an honest contemplation of life. Not looking for the most beautiful subjects, but for the most authentic moments, he transmits the life that surrounds him through colorful and contrasted photographs. Visit his website, or flickr.