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 […]

Olivia Becchio Evokes the Trauma of Islander in ‘It’s a Shame for Ray’

Olivia Becchio is 24 year-old photographer from Martha’s Vineyard, an island off the coast of Massachusetts, USA. She received a BFA in Photography in 2017, and currently works as a waitress during the winter and as a landscaper in summer, alongside her personal projects. Shot on the island, her series It’s a Shame About Ray deals with the experience of living […]

The Role of Wide-Angle Shooting in The Killing of a Sacred Deer

The Κilling of a Sacred Deer is the fifth full-length film of Yorgos Lanthimos (after The Lobster) and was released in in 2017. It received the Best Screenplay Award at the 70th Cannes Film Festival for its creative writing. The cinematography was conducted by Thimios Bakatakis, with whom the director maintains a long-lasting collaboration. The […]