Yes, I finally got around to doing another interview. I’m just lazy ok. Plus I’ve been in a rut lately and I don’t think forcing an interview is the best way to treat my guests. That’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it. This one took way too long to finish up, sorry Blake! Anyway, […]
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A Conversation With Kyle Myles
Time for another interview! Kyle Myles is a photographer I’ve been following for a while now. I have particularly been impressed with his style of personal documentary and his playful compositions are often complex, layered and dynamic. I talked to him about his approach to photography, his favourite photo books, documenting his family, and how […]
A Conversation With Sean Lotman
I recently took some time out to speak with someone I’ve been wanting to interview for a long time. Sean Lotman is a California-born photographer now based in his adopted home of Kyoto, Japan. He is one of the most unique photographers I know. It is rare to call a photographer unique these days, but […]
A Conversation With Jack Simon
Time for another interview, this time with the surrealistic guru Jack Simon (San Francisco, California) who took some time out to speak with me and talk about the production of his latest zine entitled ‘People of Earth’.
A Conversation With Matt Gomes
It’s interview time again! This time I catch up with Matt Gomes (San Jose, California). Matt keeps a photo diary over on his blog that I’ve followed for a while. The majority of my work forms a personal diary so Matt is someone I’ve been wanting to talk to for a while. I’ve been sharing […]
A Conversation With Kevin Samuels
This is the second in the series of my ‘a conversation with…’ series. This time I talked to street photographer Kevin Samuels (Instagram: @ashnolo), who I was surprised to find out is relatively new to street photography.
Video: Street Photography with a Disposable Camera
In case you missed me talking about it on Instagram, I was recently challenged by Pablo Strong to spend some time using a disposable camera. I kind of liked the idea of having to work within the limitations of a disposable camera so I agreed and Pablo sent me a Kodak Funsaver. And that’s when […]
A Conversation With Phoebe Lee
First off I should apologise for not posting for a while. With the stress of moving house, being overworked and a generally busy social calendar I just haven’t found the time! Hopefully that’ll change from here on in, especially as winter approaches and shooting gets harder – you already know I’m a fair weather photographer! […]