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SHOWING POSTS IN May 2015

29 May 2015

The Poetry of Life by Jo Magrean

In his latest personal series, ‘The Poetry of Life,’ Jo Magrean expresses his view on life. He is more interested in exploring how he feels about things rather than what he thinks about them - appealing more to the emotional than the rational. The images in this series, inspired by Kate Tempest and her poem Renegade: (watch at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NRYLzWovtk), are full of atmosphere and emotionally evocative, and are typical of his work. Read more...
28 May 2015

Opportunity by Mauricio Alejo

For Mauricio Alejo, one of the key elements in photography remains chance. According to him, “No matter how controlled a shooting is, as a photographer, you always welcome the unexpected into your images. I think this novelty is what keeps us curious and interested; we are just as amused with our own photographs as the art director is who comes to the studio with an idea. I can confidently say that a photographer who has lost this wondering feeling has lost the joy of their work. Read more...
27 May 2015

Dianas by Frieke Janssens

In her latest work Dianas, Frieke Janssens creates a photo series centered around single women and their literal hunt for mates. Inspired by the Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt, moon, and childbirth, Janssens presents a modern, yet timeless, vision. Her Dianas are distinctly feminine yet rugged and mysterious - inaccessible as the goddess herself. Read more...
09 May 2015

Young love by Laura Pannack

For Laura Pannack, the idea of young love and relationships are more important than they are often considered. She says, “The complications of discovering a new found territory of love brings into question many issues that surround shaping who we grow up to become.The oft perceived naivety can be viewed as a brave invincibility and produces a bond of unsheltered shared emotions, truly revealing oneself to another individual. Read more...