Interviews

Interview with photographer Nicholas Brewer

Interview with photographer Nicholas Brewer

Nicholas is a photographer and educator based in London. Starting his career in the analogue age working as an assistant to many established photographers, he progressed to making work for editorial clients and record companies. After completing his MA at Falmouth College of Art, Nicholas started teaching. With a full-time teaching role Nicholas concentrates his photographic practice on areas that…
Interview with photographer Gregory Kramer

Interview with photographer Gregory Kramer

Gregory Kramer is a photographer based in New York City. He published his first book DRAGS in 2017. DRAGS documents NYC drag king and queen scene in classic black and white photographs. His follow-up project DOWNTOWN is a self published project documenting New York City’s downtown scene. Gregory draws his inspiration from the the people that make up New York…
Interview with photographer John R. Pepper

Interview with photographer John R. Pepper

John Randolph Pepper (1958), is an American/Italian photographer. He was born and raised in Rome; lives in Palermo and works worldwide. Pepper started his career in Black & White analogical photography with an apprenticeship to Ugo Mulas at 14. He published his first photograph at 15 and had his first show at 17. He studied History of Art at Princeton…
Interview with photographer Troy Colby

Interview with photographer Troy Colby

Troy Colby was born in rural Kansas in 1975 and currently lives in Lawrence, Kansas. His work and research explores the delicate balance of family, fatherhood and the outcome of the family photo album. Motivated by intellectual and psychological inquiry of these intimate topics, Troy photographs his own family as a means of understanding the emotional qualities that come along…
Interview with photographer William Mark Sommer

Interview with photographer William Mark Sommer

William Mark Sommer (b. 1990) is a film photographer from Sacramento, California. Traveling the many back roads through the Western United States for 10 years has let him explore the idea of American Dream. His travels brought him a closer understanding this nostalgic idea of America by seeing history in person and understanding its progressive nature in forgetting the past.…
Interview with photographer Gary Beeber

Interview with photographer Gary Beeber

Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe. Solo exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery NYC and “Personalities” (summer, 2017) at Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA. Beeber’s work has also been included in juried exhibitions throughout the country. Among Fortune 500 companies who collect his work…
Interview with photographer Genesis Cabrera

Interview with photographer Genesis Cabrera

Genesis Cabrera is an Artist – Photographer born in Venezuela and living in New York City. Her work emphasizes her passion for portrait and fashion where through portraits she reflects personality, moods, natural and raw imagery. Genesis deconstructs her own images adding different elements to create multiple artworks collages and to show different perspectives of the same person. Her inspirations…
Interview with photographer Leon W Syfrit

Interview with photographer Leon W Syfrit

How and when did you become interested in photography? I discovered photography, in the summer of 2008, while I was an art student at the Delaware College of Art and Design in Wilmington, DE. I was actually studying painting, but I was curious about photography. When an introductory photography course was offered at school, I couldn’t resist. The moment I…
Interview with Landscape photographer Martin Henson

Interview with Landscape photographer Martin Henson

My name is Martin Henson, was born in 1952 in West Yorkshire. I now live in a place called Otley a small market town in Wharfedale also in West Yorkshire. The Start My first camera was bought for me when I was 12 years old and was a Kodak 120 roll film, which I still have, it was a baker…
Interview with photographer Michael Chaiken

Interview with photographer Michael Chaiken

– How and when did you become interested in photography? Photography wasn’t supposed to be my thing. My younger brother was the photographer. He took some high school classes. He had his own darkroom to develop film and make prints. And he was given a scholarship to attend art school and perfect his photography. Along the way, however, he fell…
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…