Josefina Bonavia (Koko) is a freelance film photographer and graphic designer based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“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
John Kilar is a nomadic analog photographer based in the US. His work will stay with you forever (or let’s say, will haunt you) and that’s one of the best things that could happen to you.
Carianne Older is back with a new series titled “Housewife Blues”. This series explores the positive and negative sides of being left home alone with nothing to do.
Vanessa Tan is the photographer behind vxnium.art: “As a nocturnal animal myself, I love to explore the streets of big cities after dark, taking photos of places or people that reveal an “electric-ness” about the night.”
Michele Baron is an Italian photographer who documents the underground scene of Berlin, London and Madrid.
Blue Devils by Marco Helena – On the Original Road: “A trip on a soundtrack. From Tennessee to Louisiana, passing through the Mississippi, here is my crazy crossing in all its states”
Kyle Waszkelewicz is a Brooklyn based film photographer. His emotionally honest work feels more like a memory than a documentary of reality, and will stay with you long after seeing it.
Poppy Barnett is a photographer from Devon, England exploring film as a medium
“I’m a student at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and this series deals with the space, or non-space, of the elevator and how people interact with it and perceive it.”
Victoria Luzuriaga is an analog photographer and multimedia artist from Ecuador, currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
Johanna Blond: “I was born and raised in Western France. Art and Literature have been my passion since I was a child but I choose photography as my medium recently”
Colin Aherne is an Irish photographer based in Berlin, Germany. This collection of photographs is titled ‘Two Blue Skies’ and was made on a road trip through Montenegro in October.
Khrystyna Voitkiv: “Sometimes I like to take photos of people standing by the wall. I love the truth of these photos – you don’t have to fake or hide anything.”
“Neon Melancholy” is the latest project of photographer Louis F. Cota for Cananea Creative Studio, a creative studio in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico