Browsing All posts tagged under »Narrative«

Simply Black & White – Benoit Courti

September 1, 2014


Fascinating results, simple subjects, the black and white photography of Benoit Courti

Hungry Planet – Peter Menzel & Faith D’Aluisio

July 22, 2014


What people eat around the world

21:21, The Photo-Marathon

February 11, 2014


Please Note: This article is my response to the Challenge I previously featured and discussed on my blog, click here to see it for more information on the photo marathon and it’s cause, intentions and aims. (Some of the team and myself) Yesterday morning, we met at 9am to group together at base camp where […]

Social Documentary – Vivian Maier

October 24, 2012


“The story of the nanny who wowed the world with her photography, and who incidentally recorded some of the most interesting marvels and peculiarities of urban America in the second half of the 20th Century is seemingly beyond belief.” I came across Vivian Maiers work within my university work to establish a clearer idea of […]

EXHIBITION – Jem Southam

October 16, 2012


I went to a exhibition today to see the truly enticing and inspirational works of Jem Southam, a Lecturer at the University of Plymouth. Looking at his photography his works use both the medium & large format camera  masterfully. Arranging his composition and formal elements so wonderfully, in using these formats he has made the […]


October 9, 2012


Firstly I would like to thank you for taking the time to answer these questions, What inspired you to do Photography? I was a ‘nerdy, artsy type’ in high school and fell in love with picture making since getting my first 35mm camera in 1974. After High School I went to the Technical College in […]

Documentary – Guillaume Megevand

October 7, 2012


I came across Guillaume Megevand whilst searching for interesting documentary photographers, but this time I was searching for something different, I was looking for someone that was a documentary photographer that did not take photographs like one, I wanted to find a more inventive one, and I feel that with Guillaume, I had. I find […]