Category: Interview

Meet our Editor: Elliot Linden

Elliot Linden (b.1997) was raised in Glasgow, Scotland. He began with a passion for Acting which he would later go on to study and would, just last year, graduate from…

Meet our Editor: Naequa Petermon

NaeQua Petermon fourth of six children, born in Chicago, Illinois, of the biological parents of both which were drug addicts. NaeQua early arrival was adversarial, but she was not defeated.…

Meet our Editor: Barry Daly

Hi, my name is Barry. I am the oldest of six, born and raised in Orlando, Fl. I’ve lived in six states, I moved to southern California at the age…

Meet our Writer: Natalia Perez

Natalia Perez is a writer, a recent journalism graduate, and an empath currently residing in the Boston area. A native New Englander, she’s fond of seltzer, autumns in Boston, and…

In Conversation: Peter Watkins

Peter Watkins (born in 1984, UK) is an artist based in London. His autobiographical work begins with photography, but incorporates sculptural and spatial elements. His work is above all a…

In Conversation: Patty Carroll on “Domestic Demise”

Patty Carroll has been known for her use of highly intense, saturated color photographs since the 1970’s. After teaching photography for many years, she delights viewers with her playful critique…

In conversation: Olga Bushkova

Olga Bushkova (1988) was born and grew up in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, now is a Zurich-based artist. Graduated from Rostov State University with a Master degree in Applied Math, she began…

In Conversation: Evan Allan on “The Tiger Beetle”

Evan Allan is a Brooklyn based photographer working primarily with the constructed American landscape. He grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina and received his BA from UNC…

In Conversation: Molly Matalon on “When a Man Loves a Woman”

Molly Matalon is a photographer born and raised in South Florida. She received her BFA in photography from The School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her work deals…

In Conversation: Christopher E Manning on “Everything, As Perfect As It Seems”

Christopher E. Manning has an MFA from SUNY New Paltz and BFA from Manhattanville College. He is currently the Exhibitions Manager at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, as well as…

In Conversation: Daniel Hojnacki

Originally from Chicago, IL, Daniel Hojnacki’s practice relies on chance encounters with the domestic and natural landscape. Through the alteration and manipulations of the mechanical apparatus of photography, using its…

In Conversation: Kyler Zeleny

Today we are excited to share an in-depth look at Kyler Zeleny’s latest project, The Crown Ditch & The Prairie Castle. This new book is now available for pre-order via…

In Conversation: Juli Lowe on “New Formations”

Juli Lowe is the Director at Catherine Edelman Gallery located in Chicago, IL. During her nine years at the gallery, she has helped implement new initiatives including, Ctrl+P: Photography Taken…

In Conversation: Kata Geibl

Kata Geibl (1989, Budapest) is a photographer living and working in The Hague. Her work is mainly focused on global issues, capitalism, collective memory and the ambiguities of the photographic…

In Conversation: Caroline Turner on Solarsteading in Marielandia

Caroline Turner (b. 1993) currently lives and works in Eugene, OR where she is a Graduate Teaching Fellow at the University of Oregon School of Art and Design. She received…

In Conversation: Craig Atkinson (Cafe Royal Books)

Café Royal Books is a publisher of limited edition photographic titles focussing on British documentary photography. As well as work made in the British Isles (by home and international photographers),…

In Conversation: Leah Frances

Leah Frances is the eye behind American Squares, an Instagram photography project that documents American cultural relics and iconography. Frances’ work has been featured in numerous print and online platforms…

Climate Change and the Photographic Narrative: Kaleigh Rusgrove on “now was too late”

Kaleigh Rusgrove was born in Connecticut and spent her formative years photographing her younger sister against a leaf-patterned bed sheet with a Kodak disposable camera. Moving on to a point-and-shoot…

In Conversation: Parker Hill

In Conversation with Parker Hill Parker is an NYC based writer/director who graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her thesis film, ONE GOOD PITCH, premiered at the 2016…

In Conversation: JM Ramirez-Suassi

JM Ramírez-Suassi (1970) was born in Mallorca (Spain) and now lives and works in Madrid. His photographs, which at first sight appear to fit seamlessly into the great nowhere, involve…

In Conversation: Jen Ervin on her book “The Arc (of Summer)”

Jen Ervin (b.1971) is an American artist currently working in the medium of photography. She currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband, Francis and their three daughters. Jen’s…

In Conversation: Elena Helfrecht

Elena Helfrecht was born in Bavaria, Germany and is now based in London. In 2014 she graduated in Art History and Book Science at Friedrich-Alexander-University in Erlangen and completed her…

In Conversation: Jennifer Bacon

Jennifer Bacon was born in Bellevue, Washington in 1987. She received a BFA in Photography from Seattle University in 2017 after transferring from Bellevue College. She currently lives and works…

In Conversation: Shoshannah White on Photographic Experience and Environmental Impact

Shoshannah White is an interdisciplinary artist based in Portland, Maine, though currently spending the year in Roswell, New Mexico. Shoshannah’s practice includes photography, painting, sculpture and public art installation. Her…