Bailey Quinlan: ‘A Day at The Lake’

Bailey Quinlan is a 27 year-old fine art & commercial photographer from New England, currently based in Boston, USA. After accomplishing artistic studies at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) & Tufts University, she eventually focused on photography. Several years later, she attempted to pursue wedding photography in order to make a living doing something creative, and to […]

Panos & Mary Investigate the Identity of the Lassithi Plateau in ‘Cornucopia’

Panos Charalampidis and Mary Chairetaki are a Greek photographic duo, living in Crete. They use photography as a research tool that integrates the evidential nature of the medium, with the human perspective and emotions. In Cornucopia, their latest completed long-term series, they have created an intimate body of work that is simultaneously wondrous and familiar. In […]

Body Intimacy in ‘Sea(see)’ by Jeanette Spicer

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 […]

Alex Ingram Portrays the Warden Way of Life in ‘The Gatekeepers’

Alex Ingram is a 24 year-old freelance photographer from Pembrokeshire, UK, currently based in London, working on commercial and personal projects. His photographs document the beauty of the world around him, and provide him opportunities to meet with people and communities across the country. As such, his series The Gatekeepers documents the lives of wardens on the remote islands of […]

The Well Preserved Role of Shame in Greek Society by Ioanna Sakellaraki

Ioanna Sakellaraki is a 28 year-old freelance photographer born in Athens, Greece, currently based in Brussels. Working with major global media, she is a graduate of photography, journalism and culture. Her personal projects explores the fine line between isolation and obsession looking at the connection of humans with places. In her series Aidos, Ioanna uses […]

At the Heart of Kyrgyzstan with Elliott Verdier

Elliott Verdier is a 25 year-old photographer from Paris, where he studied at Ecole de Condé while starting documentary projects during summer holidays. Working on long term projects with his 4×5 large format camera, his photographs focus on human condition from different parts of the world and has been recompensed with few awards. His series A Shaded Path is a […]