Tom Stoddart began his photographic career on a local newspaper in his native North-East of England. In 1978 he moved to London and began working freelance for publications such as the Sunday Times and Time Magazine. During a long and varied career he has witnessed such international events as the war in Lebanon, the fall […]Read more "Tom Stoddart"
Jurij Treskow was born in 1984 in Polozk (Belarus) and grew up in Brest (Belarus). At the age of 17 he moved to Germany. In 2008 Jurij started doing photography in Berlin. In 2009 he settled in Paris to become a professional photographer. Treskow’s work is characterised by an intuitive sense of sexuality and attention […]Read more "JURIJ TRESKOW"
Of German origin, Diekgerdes started his professional career in paris before moving to London. He is currently based between London and Paris. His editorial work can regularly be seen in International publications such as Dazed & Confused, Arena Homme+, Self Service, Another Magazine, Anotherman, British Vogue, Numero, Japenese Vogue, Numero Homme, Harpers Bazzar, Teen Vogue […]Read more "Horst Diekgerdes"
Fashion photographer Sharif Hamza began his career in 2010, shooting the October cover for British magazine Dazed & Confused, quickly gaining recognition for his vibrant compositions and innovative use of light. The young photographer has since collaborated on numerous editorial and cover shoots for publications such as Vogue Japan, V, AnOther, Interview, Industrie and Love and […]Read more "Sharif Hamza"
»Mostly large-scale thematic projects, often dealing with societal taboos. Since the end of the 1980`s one of Germany’s most widely discussed photographers.« Lexicon of Photographers 1900 – today, Munich 2002 »One of her largest projects was “Jüdische Portraits” (Jewish Portraits). Here she did not limit herself to photographic portraits of world-renowned Jewish personalities of German […]Read more "Herlinde Koelbl"
Carmelo was raised in a traditional Italian household in Montreal. He first became interested in photography while snowboarding and skateboarding. His fascination with the photographic styles of these sports led him to study photography at Dawson College in Montreal and later at Ryerson University in Toronto. From Canada, he traveled to Thailand where he practiced […]Read more "Carmelo Donato"
The photographic career of Roger Fenton (1819-1869) lasted only eleven years, but during that time he became the most famous photographer in Britain. Part of the second generation of photographers who came to maturity in the 1850s—only a decade after the process was invented—Fenton strove to elevate the new medium to the status […]Read more "Roger Fenton"
Sergey Belov is a photographer born in Russia in 1976 based in the city of Osa, Perm, and performs these evocative works. A series of photographs in black and white and sepia highly theatrical and with a painstaking work with the negative to create images sometimes dark, but very powerful. Forlab BlogRead more "Sergey Belov"
Working with a host of agencies and clients over the last ten years has set Jules up with the expertise and creative nous to shoot whatever crosses his desk: from Orica and Pacific Brands to Delfin Lendlease and Whirlpool. He has a strong editorial bent too, shooting for ACP Publications and Fairfax Media. […]Read more "Jules Tahan"
Advertising obsesses with the surface of things. Products and people are primped and primed, manipulated to the point of perfection. It’s all about facades. What happens then, when a practitioner of the trade is motivated not by a brief, but by curiosity and creative drive? Scott Newett is an advertising photographer, best known for […]Read more "Scott Newett"