Photography + Women = Alchemy by Honey J Walker, ARPS. Honey J Walker, ARPS is a London based abstract and aerial photographer, exploring colour, metaphor and emotional intelligence throughout her work. Her process involves in-camera multiple exposure and hand-finishing with encaustic or gold leaf.
Tokyo Hustle By Gigi Chung. Gigi Chung is a California based fine art photographer specialising in abstract architecture. She distills complex scenes into bold sculptural forms; emphasising lines, shapes and contrast with conscious inclusion of aesthetically pleasing elements. She is a contributor to Tagree, Jaamzin and Medium Format Magazine.
Hey! Be. See. By Alice Chapman. When I was a kid, we had a frieze on the playroom wall; Margaret Tempest’s An ABC for You and Me. We had the book too; a perfect little square of pictures. Each showed a watercolour animal with an object that began with the same letter as their name. There’s something so magical in childhood about anthropomorphic characters and I spent hours looking at the pictures.
Discovering a Passion for Architecture by Candia Peterson, ARPS. Candia Peterson was born and brought up in London. After attending Oxford University she worked in investment banking for some 18 years whilst simultaneously working with her American architect husband...
Since I watched Born Free at five years old I have had a fascination for Africa, especially its cats. I dreamed of having my own lion cub but, living in Essex, that proved a little difficult.
An interview with Julie Derbyshire. I have enjoyed taking photographs since childhood and my interest continued for a long time alongside other career paths. About ten years ago I decided I wanted to focus on my passion for photography and I studied for a BA and subsequently an MA.
An interview with Frankie McAllister. "I think the main thing (and the hardest thing) is to work out what it is you are really trying to say or do with your work, what your direction is. Once you have done that, then stand by it, be confident about it."
An interview with Jayne Odell. "Take photographs that you want to take. Develop your style. Listen to others and take on board constructive comments but don’t let negatives influence your work."
Seoul Architecture: Right Place Right Time by Gigi Chung. Gigi Chung is a California-based fine-art photographer specialising in abstract architecture. She distills complex scenes into bold sculptural forms; emphasising lines, shapes and contrast with conscious inclusion of aesthetically pleasing elements.
Give us Features, not Flowers by Helene Jelenc and Sandra Potisek. Examining gender bias in the photography industry and digital landscape. Women have contributed to the history of photography as much as any man, but many people probably struggle to name a few.
Documentary Family Photography: art of the ordinary by Alice Chapman. I still remember the moment years ago, when I realised documentary family photography was a “thing” . I’d been photographing families for a few years and had been drawn to outtakes or behind the scenes style images.
Flawed Beauty by Paloma Tandero. My first projects started with the exploration of somatising, the subconscious transformation of psychological conflicts into organic symptoms.
Kathy Anne Lim (b.1991) is a photographer & visual artist with roots along the eastern shores of Singapore. Her poetic documentary work focuses on themes of memory, technology and displacement— contents of which mix absolute certainty and misty ephemerality.
What MADRE Taught Me. Marisol Mendez was born in Bolivia and received a BA in Audio visual communication in Buenos Aires and a Masters in Fashion Photography at the University of the Arts London.
Take me to Live With You, an interview with Sonia Lenzi. Sonia is a photographer and visual artist. Her artistic practice adopts an interdisciplinary approach and revolves around interrelated themes concerning identity, memories of people and places, mortality and gender.
Island Tales. Mhairi Law is an award winning photographer based on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. She uses medium-format film to capture island landscapes and evidence of human interactions within it.
An interview with Ceebe Loomis. "If you can just take the time to stop, listen and watch, there is so much to learn from and be inspired by right in front of your own eyes."
An interview with Marianne van Loo. "I am inspired by current affair issues when working on a documentary project. I love travelling and am inspired, through my travels, to photograph different cultures."
In interview with Heather Agyepong. "With such a huge amount of time on our hands it’s really important to check in with yourself and really pay attention to your mental health. Joining online collectives/network can be a great way of getting support, inspiration and advice too."