“I’m not really a photographer, I’m a filmmaker. I make music videos, commercials and short films, but throughout my career I’ve always loved taking pictures.” Chris Turner
Emma Masciotti is an Italian artist based in London, currently studying at the University of Arts of London (LCC). The photographs [from this series] are telling the story of Bella and Darek, living in the flat 97a.
At first glance Adam’s photographs can act as silent meditation on simple things and moments in life, but in reality it is an endless chain of restless disturbances.
Roeg Cohen is a Canadian photographer currently based in New York. Model: Emily Jane Davis
Vanesa Lu is an actress and photographer based in Sofia, Bulgaria. We asked her some questions about her work and creative process.
Kelia Ideishi is a freelance photographer from Philadelphia, PA. She uses the medium of film photography as a means of study; a quiet examination of beauty.
Unretouched film editorial shot in Brooklyn, NY, with Suliya Gisele
John Brian King – Writer, director, photographer, designer, curator, talking about the Los Angeles punk scene in the late 70’s
Yuliia Stepanok is a 23 y.o photographer from Lviv, Ukraine, where she studies History of Arts.
I’ve started exploring photography with models a few years after I graduated from Central Saint Martins. It allowed me to develop a part of my environment / universe that painting did not capture as well.
Looking for Myself by Eva Selesin Paris I had to shoot models there but they cancelled and suddenly I was very alone with myself, so it’s a kind of very spontaneous series. I work with very minimal edition and a raw perspective. When I do self portraiture and when I develop my films, I discover
4 hours, 17 rolls of film, 5th of May 2017 – EMERGENCY ALERT / NEW YORK short visual story from parts of NY The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a national warning system in the United States put into place on January 1, 1997 (approved by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in November 1994).
objects. sometimes i pass by stores with no one in them the objects sit in place for days, weeks, months left there collecting dust they’re just like you and me wanting to be seen wanting to be used wanting to be wanted but as the people move along oblivious to their existence the objects are
Trusting that being “in the moment” and reacting to what happens is enough, Dominic Clarke effortlessly captures lively, genuine and spontaneous frames. Dominic Clarke is a British director and photographer based in London. Follow his work: dominicclarke.com, Instagram, Tumblr, Vimeo, Flickr or Facebook