Fine art & portrait photographer Seanen Middleton talks about how to overcome creative slumps, what inspires him to create his brooding fine art photos, and tells us about the dream come true of having his art used for a band’s album.
Matilda Temperley was born on a cider farm in Somerset, England in 1981. After pursuing a career in tropical infectious diseases she happened upon photography. She claims to be naturally unobservant, and as result uses her camera as a tool for opening up the world and looking.
Maja Topcagic was born in Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina and now lives in Sarajevo. She began taking photos when she was 19 years old. When she is not working as a computer science teacher in Bihac, she freelances for Trevillion Images, 500px.com, Art+Commerce/Vogue Italia, and WIN New York.
Lizzy started her venture into photography in 2007 when she became intrigued by taking photos of nature and animals (still a big part of her life). She grew more passionate about photography in 2010 when she decided to step out of her comfort zone and take a self-portrait everyday for a year.
In our interview with Conner Allen, a conceptual portrait photographer based out of the Inland Northwest, USA, he shares his knowledge learned through trial and error in photography, through his experiences shooting weddings, portraiture, and fashion.
Photographer Rob Woodcox tells us about his launch of a brand new project called Stories Worth Telling, which is raising money for local foster children to attend a week of summer camp and year-round mentoring.
This is a story presented by Angelo Merendino about his wife’s fight with breast cancer and how he decided to document the battle by taking and sharing intimate and beautiful photos of his wife, Jen while she underwent treatment.