Talking to Ahmad Kaddourah

Ahmad Kaddourah is a photographer from Palestine, based in Abu Dhabi, UAE. His interest has fundamentally emerged from an architectural background since he studied for a Bachelor degree in architectural design. 2020 he won the first prize at the IPA International Photo Awards in Fine Art / Collage.

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Talking to Fran Forman

Fran Forman is an American Fine Art photographer. She loves making pictures. All her life, it has been her hobby, her obsession. Now she takes photographs, combine and manipulate, paint and alter, fuse photographs with painting, reality with fiction – whatever it takes to tell a story.

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Talking to Francis Lacorte

Francis Lacorte is a Filipino photographer born, raised and living in the Philippines. Fashion photography may have some influence on him. However, what Franc really wanted is to express himself, his feelings and state of mind. That’s why he diverted to conceptual, contemporary photography and fell in love with it ever since.

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Talking to Guda Koster

Guda Koster is a visual artist from The Netherlands. She likes to play with illusion and contrast between the visible and the invisible. Invisible faces, hidden behind small houses, geometric shapes or certain social or religious signs, erase the boundaries between people and context, create mystery and feed the desire to know more.

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Talking to Seunggu Kim

Seunggu Kim is a professional photographer based in Seoul. He has won 2020 the First Prize in the Life Framer Open Call and is the Grand Prix Winner 2019 at TIPC, Tokyo International Photography Competition. He is teaching photography at Korea National University of Arts.

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Talking to Vicky Martin

Vicky Martin is a Fine Art Photographer from the UK. Studying photography in the 1990s it was not until 2008 after being awarded a prestigious bursary that she was able to pursue photography professionally. She is Portrait Photographer of The Year 2020 at the Minimalist Photography Awards.

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Talking to Gus

Gus, the Spanish photographer combines a variety of photographic techniques, especially multiple and long exposures, and takes us on a magical journey into the depths of his imagination. Gus won the 1st price in Fine Art /Collage at the International Photography Awards 2019 (IPA).

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Talking to Hajime Art

Hajime Art is a straight couple living in France. Both build up their photography projects three years ago. All creations are realized exclusively in their house (cellar, garage, bedroom). All utensils they us for their art they get from recycling yards, from charities, or they collect them in nature.

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Talking to Gigi Chung

Gigi Chung is a a San Francisco-based fine-art photographer who mainly works in medium-format digital photography. Her artwork has been exhibited in multiple galleries and museums in Athens, Chania, Cormons, Glasgow, Greenville, London, Portland, Minneapolis, Taipei, Trieste, Tokyo, San Francisco and Vermont. 

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Talking to Fadwa Rouhana

Fadwa Rouhana is a Palestinian photographer. Photography gives her the opportunity to look at life and its meaning, to explore human living conditions, people's hopes and sufferings. In 2019 she was awarded the 1st prize and the Gold Star Prize of the ND Awards in the category Fine Art - Conceptual.

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Talking to Alice de Kruijs

Alice de Kruijs is a fine-art photographer based in The Netherlands. She grew up in an artistic family. Nevertheless, her true artistic passion in photography started in her late twenties. In 2017, she's been named New Dutch Photography talent. Her work has been exhibited in different galleries around the world.

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Talking to Sarah Bultitude

Sarah Bultitude is a photographer living in New Zealand. 2020 she won the 1st place in the "B&W Child Photo Competition". Sarah use photography to communicate how she respond to nature and the world around her. She creates emotive portraits that convey a story, and a fragility/strength, embracing a variety of techniques.

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Talking to Jack Savage

Jack Savage was born in 1980 in Northampton. His interest in photography began with his fascination with cinema from an early age. Before He actually started in photography, he was an amateur filmmaker. Today he is an award-winning internationally recognised photographer.

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Talking to Kaushik Dolui

Kaushik Dolui is a photographer from Kolkata. His first international acceptance came from the FIAP salon / Hongkong in the year 2005. Later he participated in different photographic salons, won many awards over the time and received the Excellence FIAP Honors from the Federation de l’Art Photographique in 2009.

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Talking to Hardijanto Budiman

Hardijanto Budiman is a professional photographer based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Budiman's work is mainly about how imagination and emotion are represented in pictures. In 2020 Budiman won the ‘Pangea Prize’  and is titled Photographer of the Year by the Siena Photo Awards.

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Talking to Donell Gumiran

Donell Gumiran is known for his evocative portraits and travel photography. His favorite subjects are those that capture human conditions and emotions in everyday life. His knack for sharing his stories, captured through the lens, has won him international recognitions: Photographer of the Year 2019 / Spider Awards.

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Talking to Stefan Zimmermann

Stefan Zimmermann lives in the Rhine-Main area in Germany. While studying architectur he discovered his even greater passion for photography. His topics such as color compositions, structures and the procedure in photo series he also applies in the field of infrared photography from pure black and white to color.

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