Category: Photographers

  • EELI COLLECTIONE

    EELI COLLECTIONE

    In the southern expanse of Persia, lies an island known as Hengam, where the women adorn themselves in traditional garments. Amongst them is a remarkable figure named Eli, a widow and mother to two daughters. Despite her hardships, she maintains a sense of grace and resilience. Through the intricate art of weaving handicrafts, she sustains…

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  • Edward Neumann

    Edward Neumann

    My name is Edward Neumann and I’m a self taught photographer and artist from London. I grew up on the edges of South East, London until the age of 11 before moving to inner North West, London My entire body of work has been shot exclusively in the city I grew up in over a…

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  • Hollywoodland

    Hollywoodland

    Hollywoodland started life as an antidote. A direct and contrary response to social media. As a photographer I was constantly being encouraged to market and brand myself. I have always disliked being sold-to, and I never enjoy feeling manipulated by the market, this work was my response. No agenda, no end- game, no artifice, just…

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  • NIGHT TIME REFLECTIONS ON FOOD

    NIGHT TIME REFLECTIONS ON FOOD

    There’s a rhythm to the night. A vibe. A beat. Senses are heightened. Appetites raised. Risks are taken. People on the look out. Different rules apply. The same is true throughout the world. By Harvey Jones

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  • fortified against all destructive influences

    fortified against all destructive influences

    This collection of images is inspired by a sermon given by former LDS prophet Spencer W. Kimball titled “Fortify Your Homes Against Evil” from April of 1969. I was born a 5th-generation Latter-day Saint (commonly known as Mormon) and I am the first person in generations of my family to denounce this belief system. Mormonism…

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  • Marionettes and Other Ghosts of Vision

    Marionettes and Other Ghosts of Vision

    Marionettes and Other Ghosts of Vision explores the inherent performance exchanged between my Self as an observer and my Subject, an imagined Persona. These staged photographs celebrate the genius of collaboration emboldened by the intensity of the environment and the energy of each moment.  My love for film scenes and gritty cinema inspire these character portrayals and reflect the…

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  • Jerome Paressant

    Jerome Paressant

    I am a multi-disciplinary artist. First an author and musician, I became a professional photographer over 15 years ago. I believe in the power of imagination and contemplation. For me, Art is a path, a search towards oneself, towards our reality. Personally, I am looking for something of the order of vision, in an almost…

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  • NYC ’81

    NYC ’81

    In 1981, I was given the golden opportunity to explore New York City. The moment I set foot in the bustling streets, I knew a love affair had begun. Little did I know, those initial impressions would shape my life significantly. Several years later, I found myself unexpectedly living in Manhattan, immersed in its vibrant…

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  • Yalda Eskandari

    Yalda Eskandari

    Yalda is an Iranian artist, who has been working as an interdisciplinary artist since 2011. Her work particularly focuses on definition of reality, on how our definition of the word could impact the way we define placement and femininity. Her research-base work references psychological and sociological perspectives to challenge established mindsets on the viewer’s mind.…

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  • Different Places, Different Lives

    Different Places, Different Lives

    By Yavuz Sariyildiz In this collection, I try to describe the natural states of people and their daily lives. Sometimes I try to capture how they relate to the space they are in. Through the portraits, I try to convey a part of their everyday lives. As much as I like to establish the relationship…

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