“The different ways of seeing the world of many film directors, have helped me to recognize myself in their perception of life and that’s why I would love to make films some day.” – Joanna Sassen
Carlos Darder is a photographer from Palma de Mallorca, Spain, who captures everything that’s around him, his friends, intimacy and the meaning of the youth as he sees it.
Agustín Armanino Méndez is a photographer and filmmaker from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who studies the human body while shooting different models and flowers
“I wanted to represent the contrast between true intimacy of self versus the stark reality of more anatomical representations of your being.” Regan Brantley
“[…] as I was playing with compositions, this account became the place for me to share things I always wanted to express but I couldn’t do in the real life because of my position and my way of living”
Josh Kern is a photography student currently based in Dortmund, Germany
Leannes work is very personal and deals with themes of loneliness, nostalgia, anxiety & light. The main focus of photography over the last 8 years has been self-portraiture.
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
In this series I tried to look at the body closely in an abstract way, searching for the geometry of lines and curves formed by skin, color, shadow and light. Celeste Ortiz is a photographer based in Chile dedicated mostly to self portraiture. You can follow her work on Instagram, Facebook or Cargocollective
The series is about interconnectedness. There are no faces, as faces are loaded with information and context. Only parts of bodies are shown. We all have things and pieces that make up our bodies, and we are all connected in that way and many others. Jeffrey Mckee is a photographer and graphic designer
For me, to photograph is to keep reflections of moments that I lived, as reminders of the way I felt then. I think film is very truthful when it comes to this, and that’s why in the past year and a half my photography has been mostly on film. I think it helps me capture
48h in Berlin First encounters This time I felt closer to the neighborhood and the apartment rather than the city itself so instinctively I focused more on documenting the proximity. There was this strange mix between familiarity, comfort and anxiety. Irina Munteanu is a film photographer based in Bucharest and the curator of the