Name: Shafqat Nabi Submission Title: Living Landscapes Country: India Photographer Bio: I am a freelance documentary and commercial photographer based in Delhi and Kashmir. I belong to a middle-class Muslim family where choosing photography was a stigma at some point in time, but I chose it against the will of my parents. Now that times […]
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The internet is saturated with one article after another that requires our undivided attention, attention that is few and far between in the digital age. This article and interview will contribute to such saturation, but it is well worth the time to read for the stories photographer Gerry Yaum provides and the work he does […]
About: Dr. Azadeh Fatehrad is an artist and curator based in London, working in the context of historical representation. Fatehrad’s research, artistic and curatorial practice are intertwined around a process of gathering information and generating new imagery in response to archival material she discovers. Her practice ranges from still and moving images to fictional stories, […]
Name: Thien-Ty Ly Submission Title: Hongkongers’ Daily Country: Hong Kong Photographer Bio: French photographer, a Chinese descendant, Thien-Ty Ly was born in Hà Tiên, Kiên Giang which is a small town neighboring the banks of Mekong. His family immigrated to Thailand before settling in Paris, France were he was raised for a large part of […]
About: Josh Lin, a philosophy student in Taiwan, has been shooting film photography since 2010. Photographing landscapes and everyday life. It was only recently did he start creating scenes within his photographs, creating from his imagination as oppose to capturing what he saw in front of him. From a young age, he knew he was […]
Name: OLEG TOLSTOY Submission Title: Silicon Beach Country: China Photographer Bio: Oleg Tolstoy’s work is firmly grounded in the real world. An intense curiosity for social interaction and human behaviour shapes his unique visual commentary. His imagery dives deep into raw human emotion, often singling out his subjects from densely populated scenes; whether that’s disillusioned […]
Name: Philip Arneill Submission Title: TOKYO JAZZ JOINTS Country: Japan Photographer Bio: I am documentary photographer who has lived and worked in Asia, spending 20 years in Tokyo, Japan, and am now living in Dublin, Ireland. My website is www.philiparneill.com. I began experimenting with a camera in college, and I am interested in documenting the […]
In this interview, Hon Hoang interviewed Muhammad Fadli on his recent photo-book Rebel Riders and his work as a photographer. For more details on Muhammad Fadli and his photobook, please go to: dienacht-magazine Perhaps the desire to build stems from a need to be creative or wanting to possess what can not be bought. Inquisitions arise when looking at […]
Originally interviewed for EnFlight.Design An Interview with Ken Shin. This is the part where I in-eloquently introduce the artist that I interviewed. The part where I give brief details on who they are and what they’ve done, but I’m not going to. I’ve opted to take Ken Shin’s introduction of himself from his GoFundMe. Only Ken Shin […]
Over the years I’ve had the privilege of meeting and interviewing talented photographers from around the world. In these interviews, I would always ask questions that are a reflection the photographer and their work. With few repeating questions from one interview to the next, there were usually two questions I would end the interview with: […]