Documentary

Interview with Documentary photographer Jack Ronnel

Interview with Documentary photographer Jack Ronnel

– How and when did you become interested in photography? Photography for me started more than 40 years ago, as a teenager, with a Canonet rangefinder. Soon after I started using the rangefinder, I accidently dropped the camera and the light-meter was damaged. I had no choice but to better understand light and exposure and manage without a meter. I…
Interview with Documentary photographer Paulo Monteiro

Interview with Documentary photographer Paulo Monteiro

Paulo Monteiro was born in 1963, in São Miguel, Azores, where he currently live and work. He’s a self taught photographer. He has developed long term projects about various subjects, such as popular religiosity, profane festivities, architecture, landscape, Nature, or the world of work. He’s very focused about documenting the Azorean culture. His work has been displayed in the Azores…
Interview with Black and White Documentary photographer Jo Farrell

Interview with Black and White Documentary photographer Jo Farrell

Jo Farrell is an award-winning black and white photographer and cultural anthropologist. Born in London, England she has been based in Hong Kong for the past seven years. Her photography work focuses on traditions and cultures that are dying out, including the project “Living History: Bound Feet Women of China.” She has been the recipient of numerous awards for her…