‘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 […]

Seeking Inner Peace in ‘Jasper’ by Matthew Genitempo

Matthew Genitempo is an North American photographer and book publisher currently living and making work in Marfa, Texas. His first book, Jasper, published by Twin Palms, was photographed in the Ozark Mountains and is inspired by the poet and land surveyor, Frank Stanford. The poetic, caption-free sequencing, bounces between fact and fiction and suggests a […]

The Invisible Work of Gardeners by Amanda Harman in ‘Garden Stories’

Amanda Harman is a photographer born in Sussex, UK, now based in the south west of England. She is currently a Senior Lecturer in Photography at UWE Bristol and continues to work on personal projects. She has used her photographic skills to work on a range of commissions, residencies and projects for galleries, museums, and commercial […]

Landon Speers Portrays Nature and Accompanies It with a Soundtrack in ‘Wild Rose’

Landon Speers is a 31 year-old artist born in the Rocky Mountains of Canada and grew up in Alberta. Now based in Brooklyn, USA, he makes music alongside his freelance photography job. His last series Wild Rose combines nature portraits and ambient soundtracks together. How did you get interested in photography and why did you pick photography as […]