Miscellaneous

Interview: with photographer Madeleine Kukic

Interview: with photographer Madeleine Kukic

Ever since graduating from the School of Fine Art and Design, St. Joost, The Netherlands in 1994, I’ve worked as a photographer and visual artist. After spending a few years devoting my time to my young family, I started photographing again in 2014. I see this period as a new beginning, which is why I’ve chosen to show only new…
Interview: with photographer Michael Jolliffe

Interview: with photographer Michael Jolliffe

Photography is a part of my daily life, I’m always carrying a camera for “visual note-taking”. I shoot for my own satisfaction, to create and capture memories with my family and friends, expressing thoughts, feelings and concepts. As photography is not my primary source of income it allows me the freedom to try whatever I want, having the pleasure of…
Interview with photographer Lewis Bush

Interview with photographer Lewis Bush

– How and when did you become interested in photography? When I was about 14 or 15 my father gave me his old film camera, the technician at school showed me how to develop and print the films and I was basically hooked from there. Like many others I discovered that photography made it possible to access places I might…
Interview with Black and White photographer Brian Arnold

Interview with Black and White photographer Brian Arnold

I am a photographer, writer, musician and educator based out of Ithaca, NY. After completing undergraduate degrees in English and ethnomusicology from Colorado College, I spent several years teaching myself photography before enrolling in an MFA program at the Massachusetts College of Art, where I studied with Abe Morell, Doug Dubois, Laura McPhee, Frank Gohlke, and Barbara Bosworth. I have…
Interview with Black and White photographer Ra Friedman

Interview with Black and White photographer Ra Friedman

RA Friedman is the son of four generations of Brooklynites and has been involved with photography since elementary school. He studied drawing at Harpur College, Binghamton NY, and earned an MFA from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge in 1994. While continuing to photograph in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn, he is working on a five city book project that contrasts…
Interview with Black and White photographer Roberto Spotti

Interview with Black and White photographer Roberto Spotti

My name is Roberto Spotti, I was born in Milan on November 16 ,1955 and lived mainly in this great city where I have done my job as an advertising photographer. Initially, in the eighties, I turned to art galleries as a natural continuation of my great interest in photography started as a hobby a few years earlier. I could…
Interview with Black and White photographer Bobby Chitrakar

Interview with Black and White photographer Bobby Chitrakar

I was born in 1965 in Kathmandu, Nepal to an artist caste(* In lieu of the recent massive earthquake in Nepal, please donate what you can. I was in Kathmandu when the earthquake hit and the whole country and it’s people are devastated). My last name, ‘Chitrakar’ means image-maker in Sanskrit. Although my immediate family stopped being artists, I had/have…
Interview with Black and White photographer Osamu Jinguji

Interview with Black and White photographer Osamu Jinguji

I’m a photo artist and a creator in Japan. My career by them has re-started since my first poetry-photo book has been published in 2009. After that, I’ve been ever participating in many group exhibitions, art fairs in New York (SCOPE), in Miami (SPECTRUM), in Spain (ARTEANDO) and in Germany (BERLINER LISTE), etc. Also, my works, for the last several…
Interview with Black and White photographer Jan Smith

Interview with Black and White photographer Jan Smith

Jan is a photographer-artist. Born in Mexico City in 1974, Jan’s childhood was a constant series of moves that has continued to this day. Jan has lived and worked 20 countries. Originally a graduate of business, he is self-taught in photography. “Jan explores the realm of the overlooked. His images invite query because they do not immediately show themselves; they…
Interview with Black and White photographer Aji Susanto Anom

Interview with Black and White photographer Aji Susanto Anom

Aji Susanto Anom is a photobook maker, street photography enthusiats and forever visual wanderer.  1. How and when did you become interested in photography? I started my interest in photography when I go to college 4 years ago, simply i’m fallin in love with the power of photography that able to transform and compromise something banal to become interesting, see…