Author archives: Sophie Greenidge

Photographer Interview: Nuno Moreira

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Nuno Moriera is a photographer and visual artist from Portugal. His project ZONA is a black and white photographic exploration of the human form. His images are like vivid dreams, which explore the invisible space between the body and the mind. Describe your photographic journey so far - how did you get to the stage you are at now? I'm a very visual pers[...]

Photographer Interview: Tereza Červeňová

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Tereza Červeňová is a Slovakian photographer, based in London. Her intimate photographs focus on the narrative of an image and how the layout of the photograph can help to pull together or invent meanings. What is your working process? During my editing process I work with many images and their layout. I try to see how they work together and how they r[...]

Photographer Interview: Marco Fava

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Marco Fava's photographs document the human traces left behind on Italy's natural and industrial landscape. Tell us a little about yourself and your work. I live in Piacenza, a small city in north Italy and I work as a freelance architect. I became interested in photography many years ago, but it wasn't until my university studies that my approach to ph[...]

Photographer Interview: Ioana Cîrlig

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Ioana Cîrlig is a twenty seven year-old Romanian photographer, whose images document the country's landscape and its people; haunted by the remnants of industrialisation. Firstly, tell us a little about yourself and what you do. I studied Cinematography in Bucharest and worked for a few years as a staff photographer for a newspaper before deciding to ded[...]

Film Review: Dreams of a Life (2011)

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Whilst making the Dreams of a Life, Morely spent years collecting and piecing together testimonials recounted by Joyce's now guilt-ridden friends and ex-lovers. These stories describe her as being a drifter. She is portrayed as enigmatic; both the life and soul of the party, and mysterious, almost secretive all at once. Those telling the stories seemed to ha[...]

Photographer Interview: Jordanna Kalman

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Tell us a bit about yourself and your work. I live in upstate NY with my husband and two young girls. I consider my work to be diaristic but not so much in a literal way; I take photos and then look back and try to make sense of them. Sometimes I'll have an idea while I'm shooting but too much direction in creating a series has never worked for me. I like [...]

Artist Interview: Sander Steins

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What's your story? Describe your practise in a nutshell. Ever since I was young I have always been drawing. In the past twelve years I started taking my creative outlet more seriously, and after spending five years focusing mainly on photography, I found myself combining photography with painted elements and collage style. For that reason I started to paint[...]

Photographer Interview: Francesca Beltran

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What’s your story?  Describe your practise in a nutshell. In a nutshell, I have always been obsessed with music and traveling, and my work is the result of my attempt to incorporate these two passions into my professional life. Photography has always been my way to capture the world around me and to express myself creatively but it took me a while to look a[...]

Photographer Interview: Brett Henrikson

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Firstly, tell us a bit about yourself and what it is you do. ​ I’m an Artist-Photographer - artist being the most important part. Photographic processes are my hammer and chisel, as I approach the world and use visual language to understand and reinterpret being. My bodies of work vary from work about intersection of life and death, classical portraiture [...]

Photographer Interview: Feiyi Wen

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Firstly, tell us a bit about yourself and what it is you do. I'm currently finishing my MA programme in photography at Royal College of Art. Before I l moved to London, I was studying in a film academy in Beijing, where I was born. How did you first get into photography? I was suffering from a very deep depression when I was in secondary school, during wh[...]

Photographer Interview: William Lakin

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Your work is a mixture of different styles. How do you define your work in a nutshell? Documentary, with a lot of artistic license. What is your working process; how do you develop your ideas? With Florida Club I just kept shooting and constantly making edits to see what was working so it just came about from trial and error really. With the pro[...]

Photographer Interview: Simon Martin

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Tell us a little about yourself and your work. I live in a small town called Sittingbourne and work as a freelance photographer. What I'm interested in photographically are people's passions, I like to meet people who enjoy what they do for one reason or another, I think I feed off their interests and it satisfies my need to learn. What drew you to mini go[...]

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