Interview

Interview with photographers Deb Young and Francisco Diaz

Interview with photographers Deb Young and Francisco Diaz

“While a photo montage isn’t a new concept, most modern artists use the form to create surreal or fantastic images. What is different about this collaboration is an eerie sense of reality, which itself is an ironic refutation of photography as truth.” – Writer Teresa Politano – Inside Jersey Magazine The idea that two artist photographers — one male, the…
Interview with Conceptual/Portrait photographer Rosita Delfino

Interview with Conceptual/Portrait photographer Rosita Delfino

Rosita Delfino was born in Italy in 1965. Her first approach to the photo dates back to 2009 and since then she has been emotionally involved by the great power of images in communicating and amazingly evoking words, alongside with the innermost expressions of the soul.  Only images can transform objective reality into a new creation giving voice to the…
Interview with Street photographer Alex Coghe

Interview with Street photographer Alex Coghe

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I was 10 years old when I received my first camera, a cheap point & shoot called Fujica. I had this great Kodak’s encyclopedia of photography. I still remember a photo of girls with umbrella under the rain and running around a fountain. I can not remember the author but…
Interview with Fashion photographer Lisa Jureczko

Interview with Fashion photographer Lisa Jureczko

How and when did you become interested in photography? I’ve always been interested in photography, above all in early photography of the late 19th and early 20th century. What first has been a theoretical process, became my greatest passion when I started to take pictures in 2012. Is there any artist/photographer who inspired your art? Fashion photography in general has…
Interview with Landscape photographer Roger Hansson

Interview with Landscape photographer Roger Hansson

– How and when did you become interested in photography? My interest in photography started pretty early, my dad photographed pretty much and had his own darkroom. I was often there, fascinated to see the pictures appear on the photo paper. But I was not that interested that I began to shoot immediately. It took a while… film was expensive…
Interview with Conceptual/Nude photographer Alva Bernadine

Interview with Conceptual/Nude photographer Alva Bernadine

I was born in Grenada, West Indies and moved to Britain at the age of 6 to London. At the age of 10 I bought a toy camera that took blurred pictures, some of which my mother still has in the family album. I became seriously interested in photography at the age of 21. My first pictures were of London…
Interview with Landscape photographer Jan Faul

Interview with Landscape photographer Jan Faul

Now living in Maryland, but born in New York, renowned photographer Jan W. Faul has traveled across the United States and Europe to portray vibrant landscapes and distinctly human creations on our land. He has traced the footsteps of his great-grandfather who both graduated at the top of his class from Yale and fought in the Civil War. Mr. Faul…
Interview with Nude photographer Riccardo Arriola

Interview with Nude photographer Riccardo Arriola

– How much preparation do you put into taking a photograph/series of photographs? Normally a huge amount of thoughts cross my head all the time. From creative thoughts to existential questions. My creative process is based on a drive or difficult feeling to explain and define, I think that only one who has experienced it will interpret in their own…
Interview with photographer Nicola Davison Reed

Interview with photographer Nicola Davison Reed

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I became interested in photography on that long hot summer in Blackpool 1976. – Is there any artist/photographer who inspired your art? So many, my early teen years was inspired by Andre Kertesz, Brassai, Henri Cartier Bresson, Ansel Adams, Atget, Anton Corbin, Eugene Smith, Bill Brandt, Robert Franks, Alfred Stieglitz,…
Interview with Portrait photographer Loredana Denicola

Interview with Portrait photographer Loredana Denicola

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I have been interested in Photography 7 years ago while I was in London. One of my friend, photographer, gave me a compact camera and told me to shoot images randomly. He liked them and pushed me to go deeper. After the first week I enrolled to a short basic…
Interview with Landscape photographer Souvik Maitra

Interview with Landscape photographer Souvik Maitra

Souvik Maitra was born in 1984 in Kharagpur, a small town in West Bengal, India. He was graduated in medicine in 2008 from Medical College, Kolkata, the oldest medical school in India. He was interested to photography during his graduation. After that he moved to New Delhi in 2012. Since then he is active in searching the hidden treasure of…
Interview with City Life photographer Cyrille Druart

Interview with City Life photographer Cyrille Druart

1. How and when did you become interested in photography? I got into Photography in 2001, at my Design school (ESAG-Penninghen in Paris), where i had access to a darkroom. My father then gave me a Nikon FM2, film camera, and I fell in love with making images. 2. Is there any artist/photographer who inspired your art? When you start…
Interview with Landscape photographer Daniel Tjongari

Interview with Landscape photographer Daniel Tjongari

Daniel Tjongari was born in Surabaya, Indonesia, on January 8, 1977. Daniel learn photography at Malaysia from one of fine art Master from Brooks Institute of Photography USA who concern about Ansel Adams’s Black & White zone systems. For Daniel photography is about imagination, emotion and trying to put a little of your soul into every picture you take. It…
Interview with photographer Joel Koczwarski

Interview with photographer Joel Koczwarski

– How and when did you become interested in photography? I first became interested in photography when I saw the conceptual and documentary photographs of an old friend during university. His work was gorgeous, full of emotion. A few of his photos stuck with me for several years before I knew I had to create photography of my own. I…
Interview with Fine Art photographer Mindaugas Gabrenas

Interview with Fine Art photographer Mindaugas Gabrenas

How and when did you became interested in photography? My background has nothing to do with photography but I was always attracted by art in general. In Lithuania we have an old enough and specifically strong school of photography, so it was always somewhere near by me. But the practical interest of photography I have found late enough – some…
Interview with City Life photographer Olivier Jean Joseph Leroy

Interview with City Life photographer Olivier Jean Joseph Leroy

How and when did you become interested in photography? Both my grand fathers were collecting family portraits carefuly in photobooks. I used to enjoy looking at those albums loaded with unknown dead people portraits mostly and it fascinated me. Probably because of the story I was trying to imagine towards those people. Then I discovered an old camera sleeping in…
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.…