Interviews

Interview with photographer Florin Firimita

Interview with photographer Florin Firimita

– How and when did you become interested in photography? My father allowed me to use one of his cameras when I was three years old. By the time I was six I was helping him develop film and print photographs in his improvised lab in one of our bathrooms in Bucharest. He took pictures of our family first, but…
Interview with photographer Allen Schill

Interview with photographer Allen Schill

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I became fascinated with photography while still a child, when I procured a simple plastic camera for 50 cents and 30 Bazooka Joe bubble gum comics. On my first roll of B&W film, I photographed the grass at my feet, filling the frame with a homogeneous texture, which I continued…
Interview with photographer Agata Cardoso

Interview with photographer Agata Cardoso

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I have always been a visual person, but I was finishing my gcse’s at the age of 16 when I really became interested in photography and my parents bought me a 1962 pentax ashai completely manual camera.After my exams, I took a 10 week starter course at Lambeth college where…
Interview with Architecture photographer Naoki Fujihara

Interview with Architecture photographer Naoki Fujihara

– How and when did you become interested in photography? The cause of me becoming interested in photography was lots of beautiful landscape photographs all over the world. I started photography in 2016, but I had lots of chance to appreciate photography before 2016. I wanted to shoot landscapes and express the beauty of the landscapes. – Is there any…
Interview with Alicja Brodowicz

Interview with Alicja Brodowicz

I combine the two images, looking for converging lines, textures, similarities in layout and analogies in composition between the microcosm and the macrocosm. I look for unity between the human body and the nature. The series of photos is the visual re-enactment of my ever-increasing desire of being close to nature. The older I grow, the more intense this desire…
Interview with Leanne Surfleet

Interview with Leanne Surfleet

– How and when did you become interested in photography? When I was around 18 I was gifted a little digital camera and started to shoot anything and everything. After some time I received a 35mm SLR and encouraged to experiment with different films & processes, my obsession and passion grew from there. I studied photography at college and was…
Interview with Lucie Nechanicka

Interview with Lucie Nechanicka

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I have been admiring human bodies as far as I can remember. I used to express my visions by painting. Then I realized that I can do a better job with a camera. It happened in 2015 when I started photographing nude. – Is there any artist/photographer who inspired your…
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 Architecture photographer Joshua Sarinana

Interview with Architecture photographer Joshua Sarinana

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I was 19 when I started to become interested in photography, which was precipitated by studying abroad in Paris. I don’t recall ever having taken a photo beforehand and for some reason I thought I should be bring a few disposable cameras. After burning through the disposables in a day…
Interview with Panos Kasimis

Interview with Panos Kasimis

– How and when did you become interested in photography? Come to think of it, seems like I was interested in photography from a very young age. I used to “borrow” my father’s camera to do a few clicks when I was 8 years old, and later in high school, I used to be the “school photographer”. Of course, I…
Interview with Landscape photographer Guillaume Tomasi

Interview with Landscape photographer Guillaume Tomasi

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I discovered photography during the fall of 2012. I was (and I’m still) in Montreal and I stumbled upon the work of Julien Coquentin called “Tôt un dimanche matin”. I was really attracted by his pictures and I figured out that photography could be something else than just a visually…
Grandfather’s Pictures by Michael M Stockton

Grandfather’s Pictures by Michael M Stockton

When my Grandmother died we found a tin full of negatives, contact prints and diaries. My Grandfather took these pictures in Johannesburg, Palestine and Cairo whilst serving in the Royal Air Force during World War Two. His name was James Smith (1st photograph), he was an armourer and it was his job to load ammunition and bombs onto the aircrafts.…
Interview with Abstract Landscape photographer Ole Brodersen

Interview with Abstract Landscape photographer Ole Brodersen

The forces of nature are natural phenomena always present in a landscape, beyond human control. Ole Brodersen‘s work is dedicated to unveiling this presence by exploring encounters between manmade objects and untouched nature. Brodersen grew up in Lyngør, a car-free archipelago in Norway with 100 inhabitants. His family has been living here for 12 generations. Ole‘s father is a sail…
Interview: with Fine Art Landscape photographer Ross Nicholson

Interview: with Fine Art Landscape photographer Ross Nicholson

I have been involved in photography for four years. While I have matured in age, my style is also maturing into a confident monochromatic medium. ‘Subliminal Tones’ is a term I have adopted and tagged to black and white images I’ve created from traveling in and around Scotland and I’m actively working to expand this portfolio as much as possible.…
Interview: with Street/Travel photographer Oly Steel

Interview: with Street/Travel photographer Oly Steel

Growing up on the North Coast of NSW, I was surrounded by a surf culture. This was the at the forefront of my social networks that drove the transition from school to adulthood. Never really entrenching myself into a certain craft when it came to surfing I started to develop an interest in the ocean and the land that surrounds…
Interview with photographer of Nudes: Kristian Liebrand

Interview with photographer of Nudes: Kristian Liebrand

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I started photography in 2005 with wedding photography. Since 2008 I have specialised on fine nude art photography of women. A bride asked me to shoot fine nude art with her. So this was the beginning of my profession and passion: NUDE ART PHOTOGRAPHY. – Is there any artist/photographer who…
Interview: Human Rights photographer Josh McDonald

Interview: Human Rights photographer Josh McDonald

Having grown up in a very small town on the east coast of Australia, one of the primary influences of my youth was party culture. Fortunately, while I was still young I began to notice the ways these surroundings were detrimental to my overall development, and at the age of fifteen I decided to move away from home. While this…
Interview with Carmelita Iezzi

Interview with Carmelita Iezzi

Carmelita Iezzi is a conceptual photographer and professional graphic designer from Italy. She started being passionate about photography on early age, with film and print on darkroom. She loved always to experiment creativity with different types of film and paper, she got a degree as a Photographer and Graphic Designer on Fine Arts School. Specialized in creative photography both in…
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…