A COLLECTION OF STORIES AND INTERVIEWS
Anya Kholina *coming soon*
She photographs and videos her daily life without expectation. Snapping shots of herself, her family friends, ex-partners for the past 10 years, Lost Transmission is a documentation of life, love, hopes, dreams and the connections she builds through her photographic works.
Inspired by urban spaces and architecture, Australian photographer, James Sarantos who is now based in Berlin has been photographing the underbellies of subway stations for the past couple of year. Aptly titled 'Our Babylon' this photographic project captures the gritty yet alluring landscapes of the various underground metro stations he had visited.
Fred Lahache's Finding Hamza is a personal project
shot from the eyes of his 12 years old self, thinking
about a trip he never had with his childhood friend.
Sandra Monvoisin looks at inanimate objects differently. It is as if she is speaking to them, talking to them, asking questions about their life, their pains and their love. She has the special force to take regular looking inanimate objects and make them feel alive.
Shot entirely on 120mm film, Louis Bever’s “Men-tal Health” isn’t just a photography series encouraging more men to be more open to talking about their mental Health. This series was born out of Bever’s principle of wanting to document something that is both purposeful and meaningful to him, both as a photographer and a man.
We spoke to Becca Menichetti on how she works
as a commercial photographer, her move to Los Angeles and what she has been up to!
Stephen Goldstein grew up in the desert in Central Arizona. Both a photographer and rock climber and a fan of the big road, being in the outdoors became an integral part of his photography. ‘Approaching Garland’ is a blend of Goldstein’s love for the open road and a look into the lives of those living off the land.
For the past 3 years, Belgium photographer Wouter Vanhees have been photographing Hanoi in the dark. His three part photography series, Hanoi Skin, Under the Skin and Hanoi Reflection seeks to discover the essence of Hanoi’s spirit in the midst of modernism.
After spending 10 years in the music industry as a music producer and DJ, Clément Douillet wanted to reexamine the psytrance scene that he grew up with. Shot during the major French Psytrance festival in summer 2019, Psychedelic: Dreams of Mutation is an ongoing photography project exploring the need for change of its regular festival goers and the people’s aspirations to redefine their identity.
Italian photographer, Tommaso Rada has been working as a professional photographer for the past 10 years. His latest work, “Domestic Borders of Europe”, a project that took 5 years to complete aims to document the past and the present of Europe with the aim to stimulate in the viewer an idea of future. ⠀
Tired with life in the city, Iranian photographer, Mehrdad Kanani quit his job and moved into the mountainous areas of northern Iran where he spent a year documenting and finding truth in the Hyrcanian forests - an 800 kilometres long of ancient natural broad-leaved forests.