Interview

Interview with Martin Ogolter

Interview with Martin Ogolter

Martin Ogolter was born in Austria. In 1990 he moved to New York, where he graduated with a BFA from the School of Visual Arts. In New York he worked as an Art Director in publishing and music for companies such as Penguin Books and Atlantic Records. In parallel had his first photograph published in 1994 and his work has…
Interview with Fine Art photographer John Herdman

Interview with Fine Art photographer John Herdman

– How and when did you become interested in photography? When I was younger we would go on family holidays to Scotland; I would take my parents camera and explore. I would take pictures of the sea, the hills and wildlife which was everywhere! Later on, (when I started working in IT) digital cameras were becoming a lot more mainstream…
Interview with Street photographer Michele Rieri

Interview with Street photographer Michele Rieri

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I think I was 20 years old. I found an old Kodak camera at my grandma’s House, preserved between books and objects of the seventies. I asked permission to use it and so i started shooting just for fun. Then, some time later, I bought the book by Robert Frank’s…
Interview with Abstract Architecture photographer Steve Geer

Interview with Abstract Architecture photographer Steve Geer

In early 2014 I began to photograph Chicago cityscapes reflected in various shiny surfaces. I thought of Lewis Carol’s famous children’s book “Alice through the Looking Glass,” and to get a little inspiration I decided to reread his wonderful text. On the other side of the looking glass, Alice finds a world that is familiar and yet not quite right.…
Interview with Fine Art photographer Linus Bergman

Interview with Fine Art photographer Linus Bergman

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I picked up my first camera in a darkroom class about 10 years ago, it was a surreal feeling to feel this handcraft, and go out in our little town to create. Still it wasn’t until I turned 19, I started get interested in the art form. I went out…
Interview with Abstract photographer Taylor Jorjorian

Interview with Abstract photographer Taylor Jorjorian

– How and when did you become interested in photography? The way in which I seriously took up photography was really odd. To this day it still baffles me as it happened in one instant. Born the son of a professional fine art nature photographer I was introduced to the camera almost at birth. Some of my earliest memories are…
Interview with Tintype photographer Christine Eadie

Interview with Tintype photographer Christine Eadie

1. How and when did you become interested in photography? When I was around 11 I pulled apart my mother’s Kodak instamatic to see how the shutter worked. I ended up breaking the camera in the process. A friend then gave us an old Canon 35mm rangefinder but mum didn’t understand the manual settings. So I went to the library…
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 Nude/Portrait photographer Gregory Prescott

Interview with Nude/Portrait photographer Gregory Prescott

How and when did you become interested in photography? I have always been interested in all forms of art and I use to draw and was interested in illustration but with the interest in fashion, I tried out photography and discovered its a much faster process and I enjoy working and creating with other people. Is there any artist/photographer who…
Interview with Fine Art photographer David Johndrow

Interview with Fine Art photographer David Johndrow

David Johndrow is a fine art photographer living in Austin, Texas. After studying photography the University of Texas, he began shooting commercial work as well as pursuing his more personal fine art photography. David’s continuing series, Terrestrials, combines his passion for gardening and photography and features macro nature photographs of animals and plants that inhabit his Hill Country, Texas garden.…
Interview with Nude photographer Igor Amelkovich

Interview with Nude photographer Igor Amelkovich

How and when did you become interested in photography? As a child I dabbled a bit with a photo and I was close to it. After graduation and some construction of my life, I wanted to do something for self-realization in art. Moreover, I have always been close to art. About 10 years I played in a rock band. My…
Interview with Black and White photographer Ivan Pinkava

Interview with Black and White photographer Ivan Pinkava

Since graduating from the Film and Television School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague, Ivan Pinkava (b. 1961) has devoted himself to non-commercial photography. In this time, he has created his own distinctive visual language, which has secured him a prominent place in the arts scene. The figures and still lifes in his works intertwine. The upright…
Interview with Black and White Fine Art photographer Jib Peter

Interview with Black and White Fine Art photographer Jib Peter

1. How and when did you become interested in photography? During a day of introduction to photography (shooting and processing) at primary school it became a dream and then an obsession, I was only 7. Maybe only because the photographer told me my photos were good. But I only started photography when I was 21. 2. Is there any artist/photographer…
Interview with Nude photographer Arthur Meehan

Interview with Nude photographer Arthur Meehan

Arthur Meehan was born in New Jersey in 1968 and studied at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in Manhattan, New York City – widely considered to be one of the leading art schools in the United States. His artistic heroes are the sculptor Rodin and photographer Edward Weston. Arthur is inspired by natural beauty – pure and unadorned as…
Interview with Architecture photographer Wolfgang Mothes

Interview with Architecture photographer Wolfgang Mothes

Wolfgang Mothes is a self-taught photographer living in Frankfurt/Germany. Architecture photography has always been his favorite subject, but he is much interested in other genres of photography as well, especially panorama, technology and infrared. Wolfgang Mothes work has been exhibited in Germany, GB, Netherlands, Switzerland, Hungary and Russia. He works for magazines, published three books and many calendars. He still…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer David Fokos

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer David Fokos

David Fokos was born in 1960 in Baltimore, MD and currently lives in San Diego, CA. Using an 85-year old 8×10 view camera, world-renowned artist David Fokos has been photographing the landscape for over 30 years. Often working 100 hours or more to craft a single image, his elegant black and white images have been lauded as masterpieces of minimalism.…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Håkan Strand

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Håkan Strand

Håkan Strand, born in 1959, lives in Stockholm, Sweden. Strand is an award winning Fine Art Photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. He brings his Scandinavian influences into his photography to create a style which is characterized by sophisticated simplicity of form, beauty and lines. By making use of low light environments, between dusk and dawn, bad weather and gray cloudy…
Interview with Ferrotype/Portrait photographer Hans de Kort

Interview with Ferrotype/Portrait photographer Hans de Kort

Hans de Kort was born in 1963 in the Netherlands. At the age of 4 he had his first encounter with photography, witnessing the development of pictures in the dark room: the start of a lifetime fascination for ‘writing with light’. In 1986 he graduated from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. With more than 25 years experience in…