Jeanette Spicer (b. 1988) is a photographer from Baltimore, MD, currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Besides her personal projects using photography and video, she teaches photography at The International Center of Photography, School of Visual Arts and Pratt Institute. Her series Sea(see) is a documentation of her relationship at the time, reflecting on the queer female gaze […]
Jamie Hladky is a photographer who grew up in Manchester, UK, and lived in London and Singapore. 5 years ago, he moved to Canberra, Australia where he works as a Consultant Acoustic Engineer for a living. His series 457 I & II is the results of his road trips in these Australian surroundings. Can you give us some background […]
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 […]
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 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.
The work of Serbian photographer Marija Kovač is all about the game of light and shade. She captures both nostalgic and vivid moments of life in a genuine and effortless way that lead us to wonder what’s the story behind every shot… Discover more of her work on Flickr and Tumblr.
Shuji lives in Tokyo, Japan. His pictures are an invitation to a delightful journey through sublime and immaculate places. On his flickr we can read the following phrase taken from The Book of Tea by Kakuzo Okakura: “It is essentially a worship of the imperfect, as it is a tender attempt to accomplish something possible in this […]
Laura: “I don’t know if you are a detective or a pervert!” Jeff: “That’s for me to know and you to find out. This dialog defines the role game that has to be played by characters and audience in order to understand David Lynch’s masterpiece “Blue Velvet” (1986). The film is all about contrasting the […]