Interview

Interview with Large Format / Collodion photographer Jim Sincock

Interview with Large Format / Collodion photographer Jim Sincock

Wisconsin fine art photographer Jim Sincock, focuses on large format black and white landscape and fine art still life photography. In his processes he uses traditional film, silver gelatin dry plate (glass negatives) wet plate collodion (aka tintype), digital, and photo encaustic. With his landscape photography, he seeks to provide intimate views of wild and natural places in the American…
Interview with Architecture photographer Frank Machalowski

Interview with Architecture photographer Frank Machalowski

My name is Frank Machalowski, I was born in Berlin, Germany. I live and work here. After studying economy in Berlin I worked for 14 years as a business consultant, almost 3 years ago I started my own business as a freelance photographer and artist. How and when did you become interested in photography? When I was a little child,…
Interview with Nude photographer Neil Craver

Interview with Nude photographer Neil Craver

As a youth in North Carolina; I begun my path as an abstract painter and figurative sculptor; motivations grew from my interest of the psychophysical effects of chroma. Photography holds all the intrinsic values of all the other arts; but differers in the fact the it’s the foundation of existence. My creations are the exploration of my inner facilities; in…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Philippe Mougin

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Philippe Mougin

How and when did you become interested in photography? A long time ago i discovered a photographic book from the great Jean-Loup Sieff… it was a revelation for me, not for his nude but for his black and white landscapes in Normandy, Scotland… so Dark and so Timeless…. Is there any artist/photographer who inspired your art? I’m really fascinating also…
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 Nude photographer Stefano Brunesci

Interview with Nude photographer Stefano Brunesci

First inspired by the timeless portraits of Hollywood greats such as Rita Hayworth, Greta Garbo and Marilyn Monroe, Stefano first began photographing women at the age of 13. After a short diversion into travel and landscape photography in his late teens Stefano returned to his first passion, editorial fashion, in 2007. Although a convert to digital and a strong supporter…
Interview with Alternative Process photographer Miho Kajioka

Interview with Alternative Process photographer Miho Kajioka

I was born in 1973 in Okayama, Japan, and at 18 moved to California, where I studied at the San Francisco Art Institute. I began there as a painting major, but little by little turned to photography. I finished by fine arts degree at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Upon graduation, I returned to Japan and became a journalist, producing TV…
Interview with Wet-Plate Collodion / Landscape photographer Ben Nixon

Interview with Wet-Plate Collodion / Landscape photographer Ben Nixon

Ben Nixon creates landscapes of extraordinary beauty through the unwieldy nineteenth-century wet-plate collodion process, a hands-on photographic technique that offers the artist tight control of materials and yet invites serendipitous visual irregularities influenced by conditions in the field. Nixon avoids photographing recognizable landscapes, transforming non-iconic terrain into mysterious, intriguing worlds. Nixon prefers older technologies so that he can slow down…
Interview with Black and White Documentary photographer Jo Farrell

Interview with Black and White Documentary photographer Jo Farrell

Jo Farrell is an award-winning black and white photographer and cultural anthropologist. Born in London, England she has been based in Hong Kong for the past seven years. Her photography work focuses on traditions and cultures that are dying out, including the project “Living History: Bound Feet Women of China.” She has been the recipient of numerous awards for her…
Interview with Black and White photographer Camille Renée Devid

Interview with Black and White photographer Camille Renée Devid

Camille’s work is influenced by her international background and experience, having lived in Curacao, France and Spain. Currently she is based in Amsterdam. In September 2014, her first book My Other Side (Grey Matters 5) was published by Schilt Publishing. In November she got selected as one of the New Dutch talents of 2015. 1. How and when did you…
Interview with Fine Art photographer Michael Massaia

Interview with Fine Art photographer Michael Massaia

Michael Massaia (born in New Jersey, 1978) is a fine art Photographer and Printmaker who has spent the past nine years documenting areas and objects that never extend to far from his front door. Isolation, disconnection, and an attempt to put a spotlight on the ordinary is the constant in all of his work. Michael specializes in large format black…
Interview with Black and White Fine Art photographer Pia Elizondo

Interview with Black and White Fine Art photographer Pia Elizondo

Pia Elizondo was born in Mexico city in 1963. As from 1985, she has made photography her profession. Her work has been exhibited in Latin America, the United States and Europe. In 1994, she is the recipient of the grant “Young creators” (Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes) to develop a project about Mexico City that will be…
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 Surreal Black and White photographer Coralie Fournier-Moris

Interview with Surreal Black and White photographer Coralie Fournier-Moris

Coralie Fournier-Moris is a photographer and an applied arts teacher. She makes film and digital photography. Her work has been showing since 2008. In 2013 and in 2014, her self-published photobook “Autodafé” and the series “Caprices” were greatly appreciated.   1. How and when did you become interested in photography ? I became interested in photography, because my aunt liked…
Interview with Black and White photographer Bill Allen

Interview with Black and White photographer Bill Allen

1. How and when did you become interested in photography? My love of photography started in March 1982 when I purchased my first camera, a Pentax M E Super, 35mm film camera and assorted lenses. In May 1995 I move to Cannon and purchase an EOS5, and later that year enrol in a city & guilds photography course at Brighton…
Interview with Black and White Fine Art photographer Konstans Zafeiri

Interview with Black and White Fine Art photographer Konstans Zafeiri

1. How and when did you become interested in photography? My sister is an artist, my mother an amateur painter, while my father was a civil engineer who spent most of his time drawing architectural drawings with his pens; therefore I was deeply involved in arts since I was a child and I feel that concepts like perspective, balanced composition,…
Interview with Surreal / Nude photographer Mark Hamilton

Interview with Surreal / Nude photographer Mark Hamilton

Born 1957 in Brooklyn, New York, Mark Hamilton’s interest in photography began with hours looking at the great picture magazines of the sixties: Bazaar, Life, Look, and Vogue. The first camera he owned was Canon rangefinder purchased with Christmas money from his parents at Camera Barn on Broadway in NYC. A family vacation to Germany in the seventies started with…
Interview with Black and White photographer Brandán Gómez

Interview with Black and White photographer Brandán Gómez

1. How and when did you become interested in photography? Since I can remember my father used to take pictures and develop them in a small laboratory at home. I understood the relation between sensitivity – depth of field – diaphragm at a very early age. I think that in my twenties is when I understood the concept of essay…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Leon Leijdekkers

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Leon Leijdekkers

Born 1962, Zierikzee, The Netherlands. In my undoubtedly colourful memory, I mainly spent my youth wandering through nature on the beautiful island Schouwen-Duiveland. It’s then that I started taking pictures and got my own darkroom. My professional career as a classical musician and later in orchestra management forced me to move and live elsewhere and at the same time I…