Philadelphia, USA. “Breakfast is my favorite meal, my favorite tv show is the wayans bros, and I love smoking weed. Before i came to the university i was homeless and i’ll probably be homeless after i graduate. Anyways i hope you like my shit, i spend a lot of time working on it, probably too much time. i dont know”-his website. q: Humorous subversion and recycled images, do...
Santiago, Chile. 1984. q: Your series “nomade” shows some places you’ve traveled to. What’s your favorite place and why? a: My favorite place is San Francisco, is an incredible city with lots of nice places, unique architecture, parks, bicycles, dogs, the pacific ocean, sun is (almost) always shining and I have lots of amazing friends, I wish I could live there. q: I...
London, UK. q: What does photography mean to you? a: It’s my way of remembering but its also my way of seeing. I’ve always been like it, always looking, always feeling so much in some moments. When I found photography, I guess all of that looking before just made sense and all of it was able to be stored and saved for others to see too. Other photographers and photographs that I...
Carpi, Italy. q: You shoot a lot of portraits, any tips? a: Yes, choose intresting subject and shoot slowly, with calm and patience. Personally I prefer to photograph subjects fascinating and interesting rather than professional models. q: Why analog photography? a: Why not? Chemistry, physics, mechanics, art. Mixed in a single solution. For this reason I prefer the analog...
Porto, Portugal. q: Many of your works feature girls, is there a certain feminine aesthetic that you look for in your photographs? Or what do you want to capture? a: Well, I try to capture small gestures, simple moments, mostly I do this photographing girls, but more important, is capture the light in a special way, always trying to give a frame felling that people can identify me. q:...
Falun, Sweden. Born 1991. q: You shoot a lot of portraits, any advice on how to photograph people? a: um… experiment a lot, look for interesting details and search for emotions. Have fun with it to make the photo look natural. For me, the surroundings are also very important. And also, like my colorblind photograph-teacher always said ”Its extremely important to always search for the...
Truro, Cornwall. Born 1993. q: If your photography could speak for itself, what would it say? a: I’d love it if the viewer just interpreted my work as he/she wanted, whether or not that correlates with my own personal interpretation. Ideally, I would like my photographs to create different feelings and reactions for each individual person, not people as a whole. q: What are some of...
USA. Otherworldly pictures, like snapshots from a dream. q: Your works create a certain mood, how do you go about achieving this? a: I didn’t know they carried a certain mood, and I’m not sure how I’m doing it. I wish my answer was not so disappointing. I always drink real fruit juice the morning I take pictures. Maybe that’s the ticket! q: Do you edit your...
Tbilisi, Georgia, 1990. Founder and a curator of CZE magazine. An online photography magazine. q: How do you think photography has changed or affected you? a: Being closer to photography made me think about life like never before, but I’d say I’m into that from my very early age so no big changes, I was kinda born this way.. q: You have a theme for each issue of CZE...