Fashion photographer Shae DeTar is an EK-favorite of ours. Her photos are original, hand colored, and beautifully composed scenes out of a daydream. Using an age old practice of hand painting negatives that dates back to the early 1900, she resurrects this traditional technique in her photography.
Nuno Moreira is a talented photographer from Portugal currently residing in Tokyo. His most recent work, a book titled “State of Mind.” is a superb collection of private moments with the human condition. With well calculated shadows, focal points and composition, each image touches on a unique intimacy of the moment it’s capturing. His book is…
Photographer Mikael Aldo was born in 1996 in Jakarta, Indonesia and currently still residing in his motherland. Aldo’s conceptual aspect through photo-manipulation is immaculate and his rich theatrical approach portrays a beautiful twist on reality. At such a young age, it’s quite astonishing where his vision travels.
Kyle Thompson is a photographer with an entirely unique approach to his art. With himself as the main subject, he depict scenes that are diligently constructed and fantastically executed. He is surely doing awesome and novel things. Check out his interview:
Adrien Lacheré has traveled the world as a photographer. His work focuses on the human condition, and much of it, though not all, addresses the violence in parts of our culture with a sort of nonchalance that brings it to a very human level, that makes it relatable. Originally from France, here we present you his…
Chris Sisarich is a phenomenal photographer. All of his work haunting, it has a quiet mystery to it. I want to see it in person. No, I want to stare at in person. I think I might fall in. Which I wouldn’t really mind. Read his interview:
Ashlie Chavez is a photographer currently based out of Los Angeles, California who is the twin sister of Amber Marie Chavez (coincidentally previously featured back in July 2011). The Chavez twins collaborate regularly on projects where their individual styles stand apart from each other.
Vikas Vasudev is a phenomenal photographer, though I’m sure you can see that for himself. His work is gripping, captivating the dignity and beauty of human life, and as vibrant in its depiction of the human condition as in the rich land the subjects inhabit.
How do you view the feminine versus the masculine form, what qualities do they share and what qualities are unique to each? How are those qualities reflected in the stigmas society attributes to feminine and masculine form? As artists you are both curators and commentators, your work takes into account as well as addresses the…
Maciek Jasik is half philosopher, half photographer. Ethereal and unreal, his work is as much a question as it is art. His interview delves deep into his philosophy as a person and artist. Check it out.
Matthew Brandt has done some incredibly innovative and inventive things with photography. By developing his photos with different substances he has achieved something different, something deeper and more meaningful than an image, he has made his very subjects a part of the physical photograph. But enough talking, read his interview: